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Board of Directors
Mr. Sanders serves as a portfolio manager at Woodstock Corporation for individuals and families. He has more than 30 years of investment, analytical, and financial management experience, and serves as Chair of the Board for Helping Hands.
Mr. Skehan is the financial controller at Keyes North Atlantic, Inc., an electrical and mechanical contractor specializing in the installation and servicing of environmental and safety related systems in eastern Massachusetts and serves as Treasurer for Helping Hands.
Ms. Keyes is President and CEO of Keyes North Atlantic, Inc., a leading provider of green technology and electro-mechanical systems design, installation, repair and maintenance in eastern Massachusetts.
Ms. Brown is the Vice President of Creative at NNE Marketing, an agency that produces fundraising packages exclusively for non-profit organizations. Over the last decade, she has written and developed winning creative for some of the most renowned nonprofits in the nation, including Alzheimer’s Association, Habitat for Humanity International, Mercy Corps, Guiding Eyes for the Blind, and many others.
Ms. Carroll is the Executive Vice President - Commercial Operations for AdvanSource Biomaterials Corporation, a materials technology company focused on the development, synthesis and distribution of engineered materials and solutions to support innovations within the medical device and pharmaceutical industries.
Ms. Cunneen is the founder and president of Animal Research Consulting LLC., a life sciences consulting firm specializing in animal care programs.
Dr. Davis has been providing direct patient care as a dentist in Lexington for over 20 years and is a member of the ADA and the MDS. She also serves as an elected town representative in Chelmsford.
As co-founder and Chief Operating Officer at Hereva Consultants, Inc., Ms. Dorogusker handles all aspects of the day-to-day operations. She is a proven leader and has fostered a culture of excellence and continual improvement while also stressing the need to give back to the community.
Ms. Hindman comes to the Board after 20 years of involvement with Helping Hands, including fourteen years as a foster care family for ‘Katie’.