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Susan Davidoff   Susan Davidoff - Ms. Davidoff joined the board in August of 2015. She has been a resident of Newton for fourteen years and lives in Nonantum with her husband David, a structural engineer. They are the parents of 3 children who attended Newton schools. Her professional background includes eleven years working with special needs students in the Newton Public schools.

Susan is the daughter of an urban planner and she was influenced by what she learned from him and became interested in issues of economic and social justice at a very early age. That interest has continued throughout her life. She is on the board of Progressive Massachusetts. She has been an active participant in local affordable housing matters in Newton.
Ana Bonilla   Ana Bonilla - She, her husband and 3 teenage children have resided in Newton for five year. She is originally from Peru; her parents immigrated to South Florida when she was 13 years old. She has a degree in Elementary Education and has a certificate of Interior Design from a school in Paris. She currently owns and operates a small interior design business and works with clients on various design projects. She has always been passionate about issues concerning minority groups. She worked with migrant workers in Virginia where she and her husband founded a Hispanic ministry in their church.
Richard Hassinger   Richard Hassinger - Mr. Hassinger has worked professionally as a clinical social worker for over 30 years providing mental health services to all ages as a therapist and as an administrator and clinical supervisor. He currently works part-time as a therapist at Jewish Family and Children's Services in Waltham, MA. Prior to this he had been director of an outpatient mental health clinic in Lowell, MA for 13 years. Rich and his wife and have lived in Newton since 1976. Rich joined the Board in July of 2013. Rich is the Acting Clerk of the board.
Donald  Kondub   Donald Kondub - Mr. Kondub joined the Board in February of 2014. He is the Executive Director of the Nutter McClennen and Fish Law firm. Don has resided in Newton for twenty years.
W. Bart Lloyd   W. Bart Lloyd - Mr. Lloyd joined the board in January of 2015. He and his wife are longtime residents of Newton. His children attended the Newton Schools. He serves as General Counsel to the Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH) a national nonprofit housing development organization.
Tammy McKenna   Tammy McKenna - Ms. McKenna grew up in Newton. She was a small business owner of a nail salon in West Newton before starting her career in the special event industry where she has worked for the last 20 years. For the past ten years, she has worked as the Facility Manager of the Commander's Mansion in Watertown where she manages the property and special events. Tammy recently returned to Newton and lives in one of CAN-DO's residences with her son. In addition to her day job, Tammy loves to volunteer for a variety of organizations - health, human services, and children's groups. She strongly feels it is vital to give back and pay it forward. She enjoys cooking and road trips where the end location is a sandy beach!


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