Note: The following is a release provided by The Home for Little Wanderers.
The Home for Little Wanderers, the nation’s oldest and one of New England’s largest child and family service agencies, announced Wednesday the appointment of several new members to its Board of Directors:
• Tim Miner – Executive Vice President/Merchandising- Men’s/Home, MarMaxx Group
• Tushara Canekeratne – Co-founder and Advisor, Virtusa Corporation, Founder and CEO, Nadastra, Inc.
• Anjali Chitre – Senior Associate, Real Estate Practice Group, Wilmer, Culter, Pickering, Hale & Dorr LLP
• Mary Beth Gordon, M.D. – former pediatrician with Children’s Hospital Boston
• Geoffrey Ide – former Vice President, Millipore International of Millipore Corporation
• Beverly A. Brown, Ph.D. – Director of Development for the Center for Global Health & Development
“These new board members bring talents that help further The Home’s promise to ensure that families and children throughout the Commonwealth thrive and succeed,” said Joan Wallace-Benjamin, President and CEO, The Home for Little Wanderers. “Each new member has demonstrated a commitment – through professional and personal pursuits – to supporting youth and families who are living in at-risk circumstances. I’m excited to partner with this very skilled group and am certain each member will make valuable contributions to our work.”
About The Home for Little Wanderers
The Home for Little Wanderers is the nation’s oldest and one of New England’s largest, non-profit child and family service agencies. The mission of The Home for Little Wanderers is to ensure the healthy behavioral, emotional, social and educational development and physical well-being of children and families living in at-risk circumstances. We do this through a series of integrated programs that include early childhood services, special education, therapeutic residential treatment, adoption, intensive foster care, clinical and family support in homes, schools, hospitals and clinics, and college and independent living preparation for youth who have aged out of state care. For more information, visit www.thehome.org.