Meet YNPN Boston Ambassador Aleya Martin, who recently made a transition into a new job.
Labor Day may be the unofficial end of summer, but here at YNPN Boston, we prefer to go by the official calendar that tells us we still have a few more weeks left.
Food brings people together. Whether it’s Thanksgiving dinner with family or power lunches at conferences, food breaks the ice and allows bonds to form in a casual atmosphere. That’s why YNPN Boston is centering our August 18th “Networking with a Twist” on the mouth-watering sensation known as the taco. We’re heading to Simpli Bar & Bites in Jamaica Plain to help you get into the networking mood while devouring taco goodness.Read more
The weather in Boston is heating up and so are the summer playlists of the YNPN Boston ambassadors and board members! At this month’s YNPN Boston meeting we asked our team “What’s your summer jam?” The answers were so great that we had to share them with you!Read more
Meghan Trombly, Director of Programming, sets the national program strategy and oversees the development of program content and evaluation at Generation Citizen (GC). Meghan also supervises local staff in four locations to ensure programmatic success.Read more
Stephen Chan joined the Boston Foundation in September 2010 as Chief of Staff where he oversees strategy and operations, performance evaluation, and human resources. As a member of the Senior Management Team, Stephen partners with department heads to ensure alignment across mission, strategy, and execution at all levels of the organization, and to monitor organizational performance and effectiveness. Stephen also provides strategic advice and support to the President in his interactions with the Foundation’s board of directors and as a liaison to external audiences. He previously worked as Special Assistant to the President at the Boston Foundation from 2004 to 2006.Read more
Nakia Navarro, New England Regional Director, manages the Boston office of Let’s Get Ready (LGR),which provides low-income high school students with support services to gain college admission. She is responsible for supporting and creating LGR programs in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and soon Vermont. Prior to joining the organization, Nakia was Director of Development at Elizabeth Seton Academy in Dorchester, serving a large number of first generation college bound students. She has also held development positions with the American Red Cross, Community Food Rescue in Charlotte, N.C. and was the CEO of IsReal Imagination, a business development and consulting firm. Nakia originally hails from Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. She received her Bachelor's degree in Public Administration with a minor in Spanish from Winthrop University; a Certificate in Global Communications from the University of Salamanca; has completed her first novel, the Everdeen, SC series; and is currently working on her Master's in Public Administration.Read more