Mary is a Manufacturer’s Sales Representative and lives in Quincy. She and her husband enjoy traveling, the beach, and family time with their three daughters and three grandchildren (and grand-dog!) when they aren’t busy working and volunteering.
Board Vice President
President & CEO, The Commonwealth Corporation
Christine Abrams has served as VP of DOVE's BOD since 2019, passionately supporting the mission and all those served. She is currently President and Chief Executive Officer, of the Commonwealth Corporation. The Commonwealth Corporation is a quasi-public workforce development agency that strengthens the skills of Massachusetts youth and adults by investing in innovative partnerships with industry, education and workforce organizations.
In addition, Christine has served as board member for the Boston Garden of Peace and was recently elected to the Garden’s advisory committee. She was appointed to the Governor's Council to Address Sexual Violence and Domestic Violence in 2020. Abrams earned a bachelor’s of science degree in marketing from Boston College’s Carroll School of Management.
Retired, Former Vice President, Investor Relations, Haemonetics Corp.
Gerry Gould is a Senior Finance executive with experience in Finance, strategy, investor relations and communications. He completed a professional career as a Finance / Investor Relations executive in multiple industries, all following nine years practicing as a CPA with a Big 4 public accounting firm. He is a non-practicing CPA with an MS Accounting degree from the Leonard N. Stern Graduate Business School at NYU and a BS degree in Business Administration from St. Michael's College. Gerry has been a DOVE, Inc. Board of Directors member for five years, serving on the Executive Committee as Treasurer and chairing the Finance & Audi Committee.
New Board Member
Founder and Proprietor, Pure Motion Barre
AVP & Branch Manager, Bank of Canton
Elaine is an Assistant Vice President at the Bank of Canton with 43 years of experience in the banking industry. Outside of the banking world, Elaine is actively involved in the Quincy Community, serving as the Quincy Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Chair, a member of the Quincy Lions Club, and a Paul Harris Fellow for the Rotary Club of Quincy. She has been a DOVE Board Member for 3 years, serving on the Events Committee.
President, Fowler Printing & Graphics
Jessica Brennan is President and Owner of Fowler Printing & Graphics, responsible for strategic vision, sales growth and overall performance of this third generation family-owned business. Jessica was inspired to join the DOVE board after attending the DIVA Dance and realizing how important the work is that the members of the DOVE Community do. Closest to Jessica's heart is DOVE's Youth Domestic Violence Prevention Program. A proud mother to one son, Jessica wants every child to know what it feels like to grow up in a safe and loving home. Jessica is proud to be a member of the board and looks forward to all that she and her colleagues will be doing together as they remain laser-focused on ending domestic violence.
Director of Lean Management Office, State Street Corporation
Loren Bishop is the Managing Director of the Lean Management Office and Client Quality Analytics at State Street Corporation where he has worked for 25 years. He was introduced to DOVE when his team volunteered to help improve the Holiday Assistance Program in order to enhance its impact and effectiveness in the community. His continued volunteerism and support of DOVE led him to join the board in 2017. Loren is also a Pastor at New Hope Chapel in Norwell and has been serving as a pastor on the South Shore for 23 years. He and his wife Jean have three children: Kevin, Matthew and Angela.
Kadesh Simms Conroy
New Board Member
AVP Human Resources, IvyGate International
Senior VP & CFO, Health Alliance Plan
Laurie is the Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Health Alliance Plan and previously served as CFO and Chief Customer Officer of BMC HealthNet Plan and the Director of Medical Economics for Harvard Pilgrim Health Care. Laurie holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Management and Policy from the University of New Hampshire and a Master of Public Health degree from Yale University.
New Board Member
Executive Director of Value Based Operations, South Shore Health
Adrienne Gerlach is the Executive Director of Value Based Operations at South Shore Health. She is responsible for managing the day-to-day oversight and operations of the system’s accountable care organizations and other risk-based contracts.
Prior to working at South Shore Health, Adrienne spent many years working in local and state government in New York City and Boston. She most recently served the Commonwealth of Massachusetts under both Governors Patrick and Baker.
Adrienne has volunteered for over 10 years as an advocate for domestic violence and sexual assault survivors and is thrilled to have the opportunity to work with DOVE.
Adrienne holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Michigan and a Master of Public Administration in Health Policy and Management from New York University. She lives in Hingham with her husband and two children.
Scottie Gordon, Esq.
VP of Licensing & Regulatory Affairs, Curaleaf, Inc.
Scottie Gordon is Vice President of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs at Curaleaf, Inc., a leading vertically integrated multi-state cannabis operator with a mission to improve lives by providing clarity around cannabis and confidence around consumption. Previously, she was Chief Operating Officer of a medical marijuana facility in Massachusetts. A graduate of Michigan State University and New England School of Law, Scottie worked at a Boston law firm where she primarily advised clients on corporate, licensing, regulatory and compliance matters.
Quincy Police Department
Lieutenant Det. Patrick Glynn is a thirty-five-year veteran of the Quincy Police Department and a member of the Norfolk County High Risk Domestic Violence Assessment Team. In addition, a member of the Governor’s Council to Address Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence which developed the current Toolkit and assisted in developing the new 2017 state-wide Domestic Violence guidelines.
VP & Senior Regional Community Banking Officer, MountainOne Bank
Kelly Grant has over 30 years of financial experience in retail and commercial banking. Her past roles include Retail Bank Branch Manager, Assistant Vice President of a multi- department Call Center, and Assistant Vice President of Collections, focusing on real estate collection. Currently, Kelly is the Vice President and Senior Regional Community Banking Officer overseeing all six of MountainOne's Massachusetts branches, from the South Shore to the Berkshires. Outside of her work at MountainOne and as a DOVE Board Member, Kelly is also a member of Quincy Community Action Program Financial REACH Advisory Council. This team is focused on helping inform and guide QCAP's work to build financial capability for low and moderate-income residents.
New Board Member
Deals Manager, Price Waterhouse Coopers
Senior Consultant, Varden Technologies
Professionally, Nunzio has 30 years of experience in the investment management industry and housing management. He is a lifelong resident of the South Shore. He enjoys spending time with his family and pursuing his favorite hobby of woodworking. Nunzio has a B.S. in Finance from UMass Lowell.
VP of Management Liability,
Teresa Milano is a Vice President of Management Liability at Woodruff Sawyer, one of the largest insurance brokerages in the U.S. Before her over a decade of experience in the insurance industry, Teresa was a management consultant and is also a lawyer by training. Teresa has been a Quincy resident for several years. After learning more about DOVE, Teresa knew she had to get involved with helping survivors of domestic violence begin a new chapter of their lives, free from abuse and fear. As a Board member, she hopes she can help to make a difference.
Olivia Moorehead-Slaughter, Ph.D.
New Board Member
Psychologist, The Park School
Dr. Moorehead-Slaughter is a clinical licensed Psychologist with over 30 years of experience working with children, adolescents, families and adults across a range of settings including outpatient mental health clinics, schools, child care centers, juvenile and probate courts, community health centers, and social service agencies.
For the past 22 years, she has been the Psychologist at The Park School in Brookline where she is known as “Dr. O.” She is also a faculty member at the Center for Multicultural Training in Psychology, a predoctoral internship program at Boston University School of Medicine and Boston Medical Center. She has a private consulting practice which includes working with community based organizations, health care entities, and independent schools throughout the country on issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion; clinical consultation; coaching/mentoring; presentations, retreats, trainings, and workshops.
Dr. Moorehead-Slaughter is the former Chair of the Massachusetts Board of Registration of Psychologists and the American Psychological Association (APA) Ethics Committee. In 2014, she received the APA’s Division 35 Bonnie A. Strickland and Jessica Henderson Daniel Distinguished Mentoring Award. In 2019, she was the recipient of the APA’s Division 35 Foremothers Mentorship Career Excellence Award. Her pronouns are she, her and hers.
Vice President, Small Business Banker; Bank of America
New Board Member
CEO, The Truth Group
Stephanie D. Neal-Johnson is an accomplished senior executive with sharp business acumen and vast knowledge of public policy. Backed by over 20 years of success in the development, restructuring, and negotiation of business ventures in academics, government, civil rights, public, not-for-profit and faith sectors. She has proven success in risk reduction, policy and program development, solving complex business issues, and regulatory compliance that she has shared with non-profit and faith-based organizations to reorganize, support and retool.
She has served on several Boards and Committees to support community fundraising, endowment growth, expansion strategies, and recruitment initiatives.
Throughout her career, practicing law, ministry and in academia, she has developed and participated in programs designed to improve reputation, service, and engagement with leaders and the community and the constituents and students served by them. She has served two gubernatorial administrations as a highly ranked state government official, where she oversaw the daily operations of the Department of Labor and Workforce Development, the agency that is responsible for issues related to workforce development, labor relations, worker safety, and jobless benefits. Prior to that, Stephanie served in a series of positions with increasing levels of responsibility at the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, including Assistant Secretary/Chief of Staff and Undersecretary and Interim Chief of Civil Rights. In the latter position, she was credited with reorganizing the Diversity and Civil Rights Department and leading it to a national leadership position among transportation departments.
She accepted her call to the ministry nearly 20 years ago, understanding that her work centered around “ministry without walls” a ministry calling her to service wherever she may be. Among her many pursuits and passions is that of Women’s Ministry inside and outside of the church. She is currently the pastor of OneLove Christian Ministry.
Stephanie is a graduate of Columbia University in the City of New York, Boston University School of Law and Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary.
Stephanie attributes her success to God’s favor and to her strong home base. She has been married to Frederich L. Johnson for nearly 27 years. She has two wonderful and productive sons holding their positions as honor students; Jabari, a rising Junior at Syracuse University and Jonah, a Swarthmore-bound recent graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy.
Owner, Christine Nielsen Photography
Christine is a professional photographer, community volunteer, parent and aspiring 5k runner living in Hingham, MA. Her work with DOVE not only marks a return to the human services realm of her early career in vocational rehabilitation, but it presents a unique way to greet the many challenges of today. The work of ending domestic violence cuts across so many other issues that confront us daily.
New Board Member
Retail Market Manager, Boston South West Region
Prior to his position, Antonio was the Regional Operations Officer in Boston leading a team of 150 branch teammates to reduce risk by creating and execution strategies for safe and sound bank-branch operations. Previously, Antonio was the Store Manager in Langhorne and Warwick (Philadelphia Metro) from 2002 to 2014. He has partnered with many non-profit organizations in Greater Boston and Philadelphia including NOVA (Network of Victims Assistance), Ted Lindeman Outreach Foundation and Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Currently Antonio is a cabinet member of the Southern New England GenNext for TD Bank with a sharp focus on partnering with internal and external business resource groups including Women in Leadership, LGBTQ+, Individuals with Diverse Abilities and Veterans.
He enjoys traveling, hiking, and spending time with friends and family. Antonio grew up in Italy and moved to the USA in 2002. He lives with his partner Anthony in Braintree and they both enjoy traveling!
Natalene serves as legal counsel at NGOsource, a project of the Council of Foundations and TechSoup, which is a nonprofit helping build capacity for charities. In her role, she manages applications for equivalency determination (ED) by private foundations wishing to make international grants. She reviews certifications provided by potential grantees and analyzes their legal and financial documents and the application of relevant law to NGOs.
Prior to joining NGOsource, Natalene practiced as an estate planning attorney, drafting documents and administering trusts and estates with a focus on international and charitable planning. She also prepared tax returns and corporate and formation documents for charities and foundations as well as applications with the IRS for tax-exempt status and program approval.
Her prior charitable work includes pro bono applications for asylum and fundraising and advocacy for homeless families living in motels in Boston's South Shore.
New Board Member
Relationship Development Manager,
AnneMarie is a single mother of four amazing children and have lived in the South Shore for most of her life. Currently she has one child in college, one joining the Navy, a Senior in high school, and a fifth grader. AnneMarie holds a Master’s Degree from Eastern Nazarene College and a BA from UMass Boston.
As a former client of DOVE, AnneMarie full heartedly believes in DOVE’s mission for all people to live without the fear of abuse. As a board member, her intentions are to touch and empower as many survivors that she can by sharing her story, assisting in spreading the benefits of DOVE, and working with the board to advocate and promote support within the communities that DOVE reaches.
As a Relationship Development Manager at Granite Telecommunications in Quincy, AnneMarie belongs to several groups within Granite that aim to empower and create equal opportunities for woman, minorities as well as a mentorship program to develop new employees.
Matson, Driscoll, & Damico LLP
Glenn is a senior partner with over 35-years of experience with MDD Forensic Accountants, and international forensic accounting firm with over 40 offices on 5 continents. His experience spans the firm’s insurance and litigation practice areas, including testifying as an expert witness in depositions, arbitrations, and in federal and state court.