Who We Are

Vigorous Advocacy of
Free Market Principles

The New England Legal Foundation (NELF) is the only non-profit public interest law firm in the region dedicated to addressing policy and constitutional concerns related to free enterprise. NELF’s ongoing mission is to champion individual economic liberties, traditional property rights, properly limited government, and inclusive economic growth.

NELF challenges actions by governments and private litigants which would unreasonably intrude on the economic freedoms of individuals and business enterprises in New England and the nation. We believe that free enterprise is a linchpin of a democratic society and offers the most sustainable path to advance the American ideals of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, including freedom from material want.

We believe strongly in due process and the contract provisions of the United States Constitution. The ability to innovate, earn a living, create jobs and grow businesses usually provides the greatest opportunity for the greatest number when left free from unwarranted intrusion. We oppose laws and regulations which are a usurpation of governmental authority, which unconstitutionally interfere with economic liberty, or which constitute a taking without just compensation. We also oppose laws and regulations which have no rational likelihood of achieving their stated purpose.

We believe that sunlight is the best disinfectant for policy disputes. Whether through the filing of litigation, amicus briefs, regulatory comment, educational conferences, op-ed pieces or other public advocacy, we believe that a free society will reach the best decision if an issue is discussed thoroughly and for sufficient duration.

NELF selects cases for their likelihood of creating precedent that will have policy or constitutional impact for the business community and society as a whole. We select cases in which we can make policy, legislative history, textual, or empirical arguments which are not featured, or at least not emphasized, in the parties’ own briefs. NELF does not file “me too” pleadings.

The Foundation has a national reputation of excellence for appellate advocacy. We support large and small corporations, as well as individuals, by filing amicus briefs. We also have a tradition of pursuing cases in which NELF directly represents a party from the ground up, beginning at the trial court or agency level. This often involves an individual or small business that has exhausted its resources in a struggle to resist unfair or inappropriate governmental action.

Contributions to NELF are tax-deductible. We rely on donations from individuals, foundations, law firms, and corporations that support our mission. Other than court-ordered fee awards for successful litigation to be paid by opposing parties, NELF does not charge any fees for our legal services.

Making a Difference
for 50 Years

Since our founding in 1977, NELF has challenged intrusions by governments and special interest groups which would interfere with the economic freedoms of citizens and business enterprises in New England and the nation. Our ongoing mission is to champion individual economic liberties, traditional property rights, properly limited government, and inclusive economic growth throughout our six state region.

“Administrative agencies at all levels of government face an uphill battle… NELF, whose stated mission is to ‘challenge[] actions by governments and private litigants which would unreasonably intrude on the economic freedoms of individuals and business enterprises in New England and the nation,’ plays an outsized role in this battle… arguing for limited government.”

– People’s Parity Project, Demand Progress, American Economic Liberties Project, Freedom BLOC, Kent Street Coalition, National Employment Law Project, Revolving Door Project, Strong Economy for All Coalition, May 17, 2023

Our People

Daniel B. Winslow

President

Dan Winslow joined the New England Legal Foundation in October 2021 after serving as a law partner or counsel in small and large law firms, as Chief Legal Officer of a publicly-traded software support company, and at a senior level in all three branches of state government.

Dan served as Chief Legal Counsel to then-Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, overseeing a team of more than 800 in-house and outside counsel. He also was elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives, where he served on the Joint Committee on the Judiciary, the House Ethics Committee, and the House Rules Committee, among other assignments. Previously, he served eight years as a judge in the Massachusetts Trial Court. Dan’s extensive private sector experience include partnerships at Sherin and Lodgen and Duane Morris and, during his term of office in the Massachusetts House, as senior counsel to Proskauer Rose. Most recently, Dan built and managed a global legal team of nearly 70 lawyers and legal professionals for Rimini Street, Inc. (Nasdaq: RMNI) during the company’s transition from private to public company status. Dan has been cited by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly newspaper as one of the 35 most influential lawyers in Massachusetts in the past 35 years. He has an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell. Mr. Winslow is a member of the Association of Corporate Counsel, among several other organizations. He received his B.A. from Tufts University magna cum laude with special honors, and graduated from Boston College Law School cum laude. Dan is available to speak with law firms, corporate legal departments, digital and print media, businesses and business associations about NELF’s mission to champion free enterprise, protect individual property rights, challenge government overreach and promote balanced economic growth.

Legal

Ben Robbins

Senior Staff Attorney

Ben Robbins has been an attorney at NELF since September of 2002. He has filed several amicus briefs in cases before the United States Supreme Court, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, and in other state and federal appellate courts, addressing a wide range of legal issues that determine the rights of businesses and property owners.

Ben’s diverse caseload has involved such disparate legal arenas as the Federal Arbitration Act, the Massachusetts Wage Act, the First Amendment, the limits of personal jurisdiction under the Due Process Clause, and the common law of corporate separateness.

Ben approaches each brief for NELF as a new legal adventure, which requires equal measures of intellectual rigor, imagination, and stamina in order to develop novel and persuasive arguments that will hopefully command the attention of the court. Ben attributes his fondness for the demanding legal genre of the amicus brief to his passion for the endurance sports, in which he must draw upon similar skills to complete a demanding trail run or an open water swim. Ben has also written articles for the legal press, such as the Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, and has been interviewed and quoted many times in that publication, along with other legal publications at both the local and national levels.

After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Ben was a judicial law clerk for Justice Herbert P. Wilkins of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. He then worked for several years as an Assistant Attorney General for the Commonwealth, within the Administrative Law Division of the Government Bureau, where he defended state agencies in challenges to agency decisions, regulations and statutes. Ben also worked in private practice at a litigation boutique, in order to gain experience and familiarity with the array of issues that are unique to commercial litigation.

John Pagliaro

Staff Attorney

John Pagliaro is a Staff Attorney at New England Legal Foundation and has twenty-five years of experience in civil litigation. Before joining NELF in 2008, John had been an associate at Nixon Peabody and at several Boston boutique law firms.

As a trial lawyer, he represented corporations and individuals in all phases of civil litigation and dealt with a wide range of legal disputes, including breach of contract, business torts, securities law, trade secrets, noncompetes, close corporation law, construction law, and consumer class actions.

At NELF John has filed amicus briefs in the courts of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. His federal practice includes the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. Courts of Appeal for the First, Second, and District of Columbia Circuits. His briefs have dealt with such issues as Fifth Amendment takings of private property, federal preemption of state law, federal and state employment law, and insurance law. He frequently focuses on statutory interpretation, especially the significance of statutory silence and the Chevron deference courts grant to agency interpretations of federal statutes.

John served in US. Army military intelligence and later received his B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, an A.M. and Ph.D. from Harvard University, where he was a lecturer in the History and Literature Program for three years, and his J.D. from Boston College Law School.

Dusty Hecker

Legal Fellow

Dusty Hecker is a firm believer in free markets and free expression, both of which provide tremendous benefits for everyone in New England (and elsewhere).

Dusty Hecker is a firm believer in free markets and free expression, both of which provide tremendous benefits for everyone in New England (and elsewhere). He therefore is delighted to be a part of NELF’s mission. Before retiring from the active practice of law in 2023, he was a trial lawyer for 40 years. Dusty remains active as a commercial arbitrator and mediator and member of NELF’s Massachusetts Advisory Council.

Mike Jean-Louis, Faberman Fellow

Law Clerk

Mike Jean-Louis is a second-year law student on the rise at Boston College Law School. He currently serves as the Community Chair Director for the Black Law Student Association, actively participates in the school’s Immigration Clinic, and holds memberships in various other school organizations.

Mike Jean-Louis is a second-year law student on the rise at Boston College Law School. He currently serves as the Community Chair Director for the Black Law Student Association, actively participates in the school’s Immigration Clinic, and holds memberships in various other school organizations. During the summer of 2023, he served as a fellow for the Office of Black Male Advancement at Boston City Hall, and earlier in the year, he interned for O’Neill and Associates. Mike graduated from Emmanuel College in 2023, having spent his undergraduate years as a dedicated student-athlete and resident assistant.

Operations

Maria Karatalidis

Director, Finance and Operations

Maria Karatalidis is the Finance and Operations Director at the New England Legal Foundation. She has been a member of the NELF team since 1992. While she wears many “hats” at NELF, she takes pride in making sure the accounts are balanced and the office runs smoothly.

Maria Karatalidis is the Finance and Operations Manager at the New England Legal Foundation. She has been a member of the NELF team since 1992. While she wears many “hats” at NELF, she takes pride in making sure the accounts are balanced and the office runs smoothly. She likes to think ahead and avoid any issues that might arise, but when they do, she is NELF’s chief trouble-shooter. Prior to NELF, she had multiple years of experience working in CPA firms as an auditor and tax accountant.

Camaryn Sapienza

Executive Assistant to the President
Development Associate

Camaryn serves as Executive Assistant to the President and as administrative support to other senior staff in our downtown Boston headquarters.

Camaryn serves as Executive Assistant to the President and as administrative support to other senior staff in our downtown Boston headquarters. Before joining NELF, Camaryn worked as Executive Assistant to the CEO of No Limit Enterprises Inc., a technology start-up based in Chicago, IL. Camaryn holds a B.S in Strategic Communications from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Chenelle Brown

VLO Project Director, Equalizer Institute

Chenelle Brown heads the Equalizer Institute’s Virtual Law Office (VLO) project to develop the AI-powered platform that will serve as the principal operating tool for potential clients, clients, pro bono counsel, staff counsel, referring partners, and law student interns and business education partners involved in the Equalizer Institute. When completed, the VLO will be available to any region of the United States where people hunger for a fair shot at the American Dream.

Chenelle Brown heads the Equalizer Institute’s Virtual Law Office (VLO) project to develop the AI-powered platform that will serve as the principal operating tool for potential clients, clients, pro bono counsel, staff counsel, referring partners, and law student interns and business education partners involved in the Equalizer Institute. When completed, the VLO will be available to any region of the United States where people hunger for a fair shot at the American Dream.

Chenelle has more than a decade of experience in politics, public relations, corporate social responsibility and communications. She has held roles in the public, private and non-profit sectors, and accrued significant experience launching, leading and managing programs, coalitions, departments and campaigns. Chenelle first gained experience partnering with attorneys while working at non-profit organizations focused on combatting poverty. To better assist clients experiencing housing emergencies, Chenelle developed strategic partnerships with legal aid entities such as Greater Boston Legal Services, Massachusetts Law Reform Institute and Harvard Legal Aid Bureau.

Chenelle held multiple leadership roles in the corporate office of one of the nation’s largest managers of multifamily housing. While there, she helped develop and manage the firm’s Corporate Social Responsibility Program and annual report. The program also established a Day of Service employee benefit, which enables approximately 3000 employees across 23 states, to spend 8 hours annually volunteering in their local community.

Chenelle studied Philosophy and Public Policy at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Chenelle also completed the Semester in Washington Politics Program at George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management. While in DC, Chenelle worked on Capitol Hill for a Member of Congress and participated in the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Emerging Leaders Program.

Development

Tara DeSisto

Development Director

Tara DeSisto is a fourth-generation Bostonian who graduated from the University of Massachusetts – Boston where she was the elected student representative to the Board of Trustees.

Tara DeSisto is a fourth generation Bostonian who graduated from the University of Massachusetts – Boston where she was the elected student representative to the Board of Trustees. She comes to NELF after serving as the Director of Development for a national public policy organization based out of Alexandria, VA as well as building up a strong client base around the country in her own consultancy High Wire Strategies. Tara has worked on a wide array of fundraising and event management projects housed in universities across the greater Boston Area. Some of these successful projects include: The Forum for Cities in Transition and the Center for Rebuilding Sustainable Communities After Disaster, both housed at the McCormack Graduate School at UMass Boston; The Center for Women and Business at Bentley University and The Future of Diplomacy Project out of Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Tara lives with her family in Newton and her greatest passion is being a football mom.

Elizabeth Miner

Director, Membership & Events

Elizabeth has a varied career as a paralegal from Supreme Court litigation under Laurence Tribe, to working with boutique law firms for entrepreneurs and ultimately with enterprise organizations including Thermo Fisher Scientific and Apple, Inc.

Elizabeth has a varied career as a paralegal from Supreme Court litigation under Laurence Tribe, to working with boutique law firms for entrepreneurs and ultimately with enterprise organizations including Thermo Fisher Scientific and Apple, Inc. Leaving the corporate arena to work directly with startups, she has become a strong community facilitator for entrepreneurs across the globe.

She joins NELF bringing her community building skills and legal background to focus on the members who serve the greater legal community advocating for inclusive economic growth and economic liberties.

Christina Knowles

COO, Equalizer Institute
Executive Director, Beantown Beanfest

Christina M. Knowles has over fifteen years of experience in high level fundraising, legislative advocacy, electoral work, and public sector executive management, including serving at the helm of several organizations.

Christina M. Knowles has over fifteen years of experience in high level fundraising, legislative advocacy, electoral work, and public sector executive management, including serving at the helm of several organizations. Christina has worked extensively with businesses to fund and support social and economic justice initiatives and has subject matter expertise on a variety of gender equality and workforce development issues. Christina is a past and present board member at a number of nonprofits and is a proud and active alumna of Umass Amherst, where she received her undergraduate education, and UMass Boston, where she received her graduate education.

Officers

Tim Parilla

Chair

Chief Legal Officer
LinkSquares
Massachusetts

Daniel B. Winslow

President

New England Legal Foundation
Massachusetts

Natalie Logan

Vice Chair

Chief Legal Officer
Risk Strategies
Massachusetts

Dan Lipton

Treasurer

Tax Partner/Principal
EY
Massachusetts

Nelson G. Apjohn

Clerk

Partner
Nutter, McClennen & Fish, LLP
Massachusetts

Mark W. Freel

Executive & Legal Review Committee

Partner
Locke Lord LLP
Rhode Island

Directors

John P. Bueker

Partner

Ropes & Gray LLP

Massachusetts

John J. Butts

Partner
WilmerHale
Massachusetts

James R. Carroll

Partner

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP

Massachusetts

Eileen Casal

Vice President, General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer
RxAnte, Inc.
Massachusetts

Paul G. Cushing

Executive Committee 

Office of the General Counsel
Section Head, Litigation, Compliance and Contracts
Mass General Brigham
Massachusetts

Paul T. Dacier

Executive Committee 

Partner
Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP
Massachusetts

Michael A. Delaney

Director, Litigation Department
McLane Middleton P.A.
New Hampshire

Chris DiPentima

President and Chief Executive Officer
Connecticut Business & Industry Association
Connecticut

Edmund DiSanto

Executive VP, Chief Administrative Officer, General Counsel and Secretary
American Tower Corporation
Massachusetts

Elisabeth Ditomassi

Former Chief Compliance Officer for the Americas
AXA XL
Massachusetts

Scott Ford

Chair-Litigation Practice
Mintz
Massachusetts

Lana Graf

Founder
NextEra Robotics, International Finance Corporation, subsidiary of World Bank
Massachusetts

John M. Griffin

General Counsel
Hologic, Inc.
Massachusetts

Jonathan Handler

Partner
Day Pitney
Massachusetts

R. Scott Henderson

Massachusetts

Chad Higgins

Partner
Dentons LLP
Maine

Herbert Holtz

Executive Vice President and General Counsel
Steward Healthcare System
Massachusetts

Sandra L. Jesse

Retired-Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer
Haemonetics Corporation
Massachusetts

Daryl Joseffer

Executive Vice President & Chief Legal Counsel
U.S. Chamber Litigation Center

Brian G. Leary

Partner
Holland & Knight LLP
Massachusetts

Grace Lee

Executive Committee 

Regional President, Eastern Massachusetts
M&T Bank
Massachusetts

Sienna Leis

Venture Development Manager
Mass Ventures
Massachusetts

Brooks R. Magratten

Partner
Pierce Atwood LLP
Rhode Island

Michael T. Marcucci

Partner
Jones Day
Massachusetts

Kevin Martin

Executive Committee 

Partner
Goodwin Procter LLP
Massachusetts

Eileen McAnneny

Senior Fellow
Pioneer Institute
Massachusetts

Sean McSweeney

Executive Vice President, Deputy General Counselor
Liberty Mutual Group
Massachusetts

James L. Messenger

Partner
Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani, LLP
Massachusetts

Christopher D. Moore

General Counsel
Angelo, Gordon & Co., L.P.
New York

Carol Palmer-Winig, CPA

Partner, Assurance Services
Ernst & Young LLP
Massachusetts

Don Savery

Senior VP & General Counsel
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc.
Massachusetts

John A. Shope

Partner
Foley Hoag LLP
Massachusetts

Sarayu Srinivasan

Venture Capitalist, Entrepreneur
and Executive
Massachusetts

Jay B. Stephens

Executive Committee 

Senior Vice President, General Counsel,
and Secretary, Raytheon (Ret) Of Counsel
Kirkland & Ellis LLP
Florida

John A. Sten

Partner
Byrd Campbell, P.A.
Massachusetts

Yufan Stephanie Wang

Chief Legal Officer and Secretary
Progress Software

Connecticut Advisory Council

Richard W. Brown

Saxe Doernberger & Vita

John W. Cerreta

Day Pitney LLP

Donald E. Frechette

Locke Lord LLP

Eric Gjede

Connecticut Business & Industry Association

Janet M. Helmke

Eversource Energy

Brian T. Henebry

Carmody & Torrance LLP

Erick M. Sandler

Day Pitney LLP

Douglas R. Steinmetz

Halloran Sage

Kirk Tavtigian

Law Offices of Kirk D. Tavtigian LLC

Massachusetts Advisory Council

Matthew C. Baltay

Foley Hoag LLP

Robert Berluti

Berluti, McLaughlin & Kutchin LLP

Matthew C. Bernsten

Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner

Beth I.Z. Boland

Foley & Lardner, LLP

Gerard Caron

Cabot Corporation

James R. Carroll

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP

Felicia H. Ellsworth

WilmerHale

Elissa Flynn-Poppey

Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky & Popeo PC

Tom Greene

Wagner Law Group

Jonathan I. Handler

Day Pitney LLP

Dustin F. Hecker

ArentFox Schiff

Steven W. Kasten

Looney Cohen & Aisenberg LLP

James F. Kavanaugh, Jr.

Conn Kavanaugh Rosenthal Peisch & Ford, LLP

Christopher A. Kenney

Kenney & Sams, P.C.

Scott Lashway

Mintz

Jennifer L. Lauro

Hanover Insurance Group

Frank Licata

Licata Risk Advisors

 

Eric Magnuson

Nutter McClennen & Fish

David Mahoney

ABIOMED, inc.

Michael McCormack

McCormack Suny LLC

Terence P. McCourt 

Greenberg Traurig

Denzil McKenzie

McKenzie & Associates

Kevin O’Connor

ChemGenes Corp

Eugene O’Flaherty

Sullivan & Worcester LLP

James O’Shaughnessy

CIRCOR International, Inc.

Steve Pacini

Latham & Watkins LLP

Jack Pirozzolo

Sidley Austin LLP

Diane M. Saunders

Ogletree Deakins

Sara Jane Shanahan

Sherin and Lodgen LLP

Lisa Sinclair

Northeastern University

Peter Stahl

Great Gray Trust Company

Henry A. Sullivan

Mintz

Doug Troyer

Pierce Atwood LLP

Nick Unkovic

EG America

Craig J. Ziady

Cummings Properties, LLC

Maine Advisory Council

Anne B. Cunningham

Ahold Delhaize USA Services, LLC

Daniel Gayer, CPA, JD

Baker Newman Noyes

Aimee B. Parsons

Ogletree Deakins

Hilary A. Rapkin

Wex, Inc

Sara Trickett

Wex, Inc

John Van Lonkhuyzen

Verrill Dana LLP

Eric J. Wycoff

Pierce Atwood LLP

New Hampshire Advisory Council

Sally Baraka

Redwood Software

Robert A. Bresak

Eversource Energy

Michael A. Delaney

McLane Middleton P.A.

Alexander Henlin

McAngus Goudelock & Courie LLC

Rhode Island Advisory Council

Nicole J. Benjamin

Adler Pollock & Sheehan P.C.

Mitchell R. Edwards

Hinckley Allen & Snyder LLP

Mark W. Freel

Locke Lord LLP

Glenn R. Friedemann

Lifespan Corporation

Paul Kessimian

Partridge, Snow & Hahn

George W. Watson III

Robinson & Cole LLP

Meghan Lapp

Seafreeze Ltd.

Lawrence J. LaSala

Textron, Inc.

Stephen J. MacGillivray

Pierce Atwood LLP

Winfield W. Major

Honeywell Safety Products

Mark A. Perry

Weil Gotshal

Vermont Advisory Council

Scott Barrett

Critical Process Systems Group

Matthew B. Byrne

Gravel & Shea

William J. Cahill, CPCU

Vermont Mutual Insurance Company

F. David Harlow

Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC

Jaimesen Heins

Impel

John H. Hollar

Montpelier
Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC

Keith Jones

National Life Group

Walter E. Judge

Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC

Donald J. Rendall, Jr.

Vermont Gas Systems Inc.

New England GC Roundtable

The New England General Counsel Roundtable was founded in 2024 exclusively for GCs and CLOs of companies located in or doing business in New England to harness the power of bringing a select group of colleagues together to network, form new connections, and discuss challenges and complexities of this unique role.

These salon-style dinner events encourage collegial sharing of general best practices and methods to manage this role. Attendees are invited to Roundtables based on industry, company size or geographic location.

Invitations to the dinners are curated to create a guest list to insure maximum benefit for attendees.

Those wishing to be considered for an upcoming dinner may submit their details for consideration to eminer@newenglandlegal.org.

Richard W. Blackburn

Retired – Executive Vice President, General Counsel, and Chief Administrative Officer
Duke Energy Corporation
New Hampshire

John G. L. Cabot

Massachusetts

Stephen B. Middlebrook

Retired- Senior Vice President and General Counsel
Aetna Life and Casualty
Virginia

Martin J. Newhouse

New England Legal Foundation
Massachusetts

 

Gerald E. Rudman

Rudman & Winchell LLC
Maine

Edward A. Schwartz

Massachusetts

Gary A. Spiess

Retired – Executive Vice President and General Counsel
Fleet Boston Financial Corporation
Massachusetts

Joseph Blute

Retired – Chair,

Edward I. Masterman

Retired – Of Counsel
Masterman, Culbert & Tully LLP
Florida

Frances H. Miller

Professor of Law
Boston University School of Law
Massachusetts

Lynda Harbold Schwartz, CPA CFF CGMA

Founder
Upland Advisory LLC
Massachusetts

Thomas C. Siekman

North Carolina

Richard S. Scipione

Retired – General Counsel
John Hancock Financial Services, Inc.
Massachusetts

Morrison DeS. Webb

Maine

NELF is profoundly grateful to its supporters.

These contributors provided the income NELF needs to accomplish its mission.

2021-2022 Corporate Contributors & Foundations

2023 Corporate Contributors & Foundations

2024 Corporate Contributors & Foundations

2021-2022 Individual Contributors

Anthony Alexis
Nelson Apjohn
Elizabeth Ayer
Mark Beaudouin
Dudley Blanchard
Joseph G. Blute
Andrew Botti
Cliff Boyle
John G. L. Cabot
William Carnes
James R. Carroll
Elizabeth Clifford
Paul Cushing
Paul T. Dacier
Yolanda DeDominicis
Stephen Faberman
Elissa Flynn-Poppey
Mark Freel
Brian Gilmore
Joseph Gratta
the Hon John Gray II
Dustin Hecker
C. Bruce Johnstone
Cinda Jones
Robert Kester
Brian Leary
Stephanie S. Lovell
Kevin Martin
Francis J. McNamara, III
Jack W. Pirozzolo
Emily Poulin
Joseph Reardon
Lawrence J. Reilly
Sidney Rose
Lynda Schwartz
Jay B. Stephens
Campbell Steward
Stanley A. Twardy, Jr.
Joanne Vannah
Lawrence Weiss
Daniel Winslow

2023 Individual Contributors

Anonymous
Rick Bendetson
Jesse Bless
Andrew Botti
Nidia Cardoso
Mark Cianci
Brian Fairbank
Sally Ferbert
Scott Ford
David Hutchins
Jennifer Lauro
Brian Leary
Andrew Levine
Natalie Logan
Sandra Jesse
Michael McCormack
Martin Newhouse
Scott Noyce
James Ruder
Melissa A. Simpson
Jay B. Stephens
Campbell Steward
John Ventola
Craig Ziady

2024 Individual Contributors

Nelson Apjohn
Wayne Capolupo
Leah DePolo
The Faberman Family
Rick Green
John Hanify
John Kalas
David Mahoney
Brendan Moquin
Brian Shortsleeve
Charlie Tevnan

Faberman Fellowship Supporters