The Foundation for MetroWest announced this week that it has elected three new members to its Board of Trustees including Dover resident David Perini.
Perini, Tom Crotty and Kyle Schaffer were voted onto the board at a recent Foundation for MetroWest board meeting. The new slate of trustees joins fourteen additional members currently serving on the board. Each member will serve a three year term.
“The Foundation for MetroWest is honored to welcome these three distinguished members of the community to our Board of Directors,” said Foundation for MetroWest executive director Judith Salerno. “Each board member brings a set of skills and experiences to the Foundation that helps guide us as we serve the residents of this dynamic region and we thank Tom, David, and Kyle for their willingness to contribute.”
Perini was named to the board of trustees of the Foundation for MetroWest this week. Prior to his retirement 2011, David was the Commissioner of the Division of Capital Asset Management for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He retired from Perini Corporation in 1999 as Chairman Emeritus after a 37 year career. David is a former board member of the Boston College Law School Board of Advisors, a Trustee of College of the Holy Cross, Trustee of St. John’s Prep and The Boston Architectural College. He also served as Chairman, Massachusetts Alliance for Small Contractors from 1996 to 1998. He currently is a Trustee of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and a Director of North Hill (CCRC), Needham, MA.
The Foundation for MetroWest raises money to support local nonprofits, who focus on family support, environment, youth development and arts and culture.
For more information go to www.FoundationforMetroWest.org.