Allston, MA –Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers announced the appointment of Robin Dorogusker to its Board of Directors, effective April 16, 2020.
Joining the board is Robin Dorogusker. Dorogusker will serve on the Strategic Planning Committee. This appointment brings the Helping Hands board membership to 11. The Helping Hands board of directors is comprised of volunteers from different business sectors and areas of expertise. Together, the board ensures that the mission and work of the organization are carried out successfully. “We are thrilled that Robin has joined our board of directors. She brings valuable skills and experience to our team, and we expect Robin to make strong contributions to Helping Hands over the coming years,” said Robert Sanders, Board Chair.
With more than 30 years of experience in facilities, capital projects, and project management, Robin brings a thorough knowledge of the design and construction industry and has proven herself to be a creative and able leader. Robin has a background in commercial real estate project management and planning, having served in that role for a number of organizations, including JLL, Fidelity Real Estate Company, and FOX Relocation Management. She also has experience working with a variety of organizations in transition, including life science, institutional, and non-profit. Always one to get involved in volunteer activities, Robin most recently participated on the Building Committee for Helping Hands. In her role as Chief Operating Officer at Hereva Consultants, Inc., Robin handles all aspects of the day-to-day operations. As co-founder of the firm, Robin 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.
“After having volunteered on the Building Committee for the past two years, I have personally witnessed the passion, joy, and sense of responsibility the staff at Helping Hands has for the monkeys. I am an animal lover myself so I understand the dedication it takes to care for an animal, and these animals deserve our care and our love. I am thrilled to be on the Board of Directors and hope that my involvement will help to support the staff and board prepare for the future,” said Dorogusker.