Our Board of Directors
is a partner of Ropes & Gray, in the firm’s Private Client Group. She serves as trustee of numerous trusts, represents fiduciaries in the settlement of estates, and prepares estate plans for individuals.
is a manager at Deloitte, overseeing the technical implementation of the Affordable Care Act’s mandated changes to the State’s Integrated Eligibility system.
Aaron J. Kleiman
is a HillVets Congressional Fellow and a United States Air Force Veteran. Aaron serves as a Fellow in the US Capitol working to empower, educate, and train America’s Veterans to work in government and run for public office.
is an immigration litigator with extensive experience in citizenship and naturalization claims, visa petitions, removal defense, and appeals. Laura has advised hundreds of immigrants and criminal attorneys on the interplay between criminal and immigration law.
is a partner in Goodwin Procter’s Consumer Financial Services Litigation Group who specializes in complex commercial litigation, with an emphasis on the defense of financial institutions in consumer class actions, enforcement actions and complex business litigation.
is Vice President of Institutional Engagement for the Rhode Island School of Design. He has more than 20 years of fundraising and leadership experience from some of the world’s leading public and private research universities.
is an associate in Goodwin Procter’s Business Litigation Group.
is a partner in Latham & Watkins Litigation Department. Charles has market-leading, first chair intellectual property litigation experience. Formerly with Goodwin Procter’s Intellectual Property Litigation Group, Charles focused on intellectual property matters with emphasis on patent litigation.
is Starbucks’s Director of Coffee Sustainability and general manager of the Starbucks Coffee Agronomy Company. He is responsible for this multinational’s coffee sustainability programs including its Coffee and Farmer Equity Practices and other third party coffee certification schemes, including Fair Trade.
Amy M. Wax
has been exclusively practicing immigration law since 2000 and has been an adjunct clinical faculty for the Immigration Clinic at Boston College Law School since September 2005.
serves as of-counsel to Pathway Law, working in the areas of estate planning and nonprofit law.
has focused her career on general management and strategy in the consumer and retail sector, with most of the last decade primarily in the digital space.
is president and CEO of EDB, and drives the development and execution of EDB’s strategic vision and growth strategy in the database industry.
is a senior researcher with the New York University Stern School of Business, Center for Sustainable Business.