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- The Boston Globe Magazine and The Commonwealth Institute Name Top 100 Women-Led Businesses In Massachusetts October 24, 2014
- TCI Board Member Reflects on Top 100 Takeaways – Innovation: More than Just Change October 24, 2014
- TCI S. Florida Offers Monthly Business Books & Coffee Program October 3, 2014
- TCI and The Boston Globe Magazine’s Top 100 Women-Led Businesses Award Breakfast: October 24th September 18, 2014
Dr. Beverly "Bev" Edgehill
The TJX Companies, Inc.
Dr. Edgehill is an accomplished organizational development (OD) consultant who guides leaders and their teams in managing complex and large-scale organizational change to support existing and emerging business priorities. For the past 25 years Bev has enjoyed partnering with leaders and co-designing organizational change solutions inside retail and financial services companies, as well as serving in the position of President and CEO of a Massachusetts based non-profit leadership development organization -The Partnership.
Grace K. Fey
Grace Fey Advisors
Grace Fey, CFA, is President of Grace Fey Advisors. For 20 years, Ms. Fey was a partner at Frontier Capital Management Co., LLC, serving as Executive Vice President and Director of the $7 billion investment management firm located in Boston, Massachusetts.
The Partnership Inc.
Carol Fulp is chief executive of The Partnership, a group founded 25 years ago to raise the profile of African-Americans in the Boston business community. Prior to her appointment to The Partnership, Fulp was the Senior Vice President of Corporate Responsibility and Brand Initiatives at John Hancock Financial. Previously, Fulp was the Director of Community Programming and Human Resources for WCVB-TV and she also served as the Corporate Employee Relations Manager for the Gillette Company.
Linda Kanner is a serial entrepreneur and advisor to CEOs of early-stage, high-growth companies. She is a founding partner of The Orchard Group, which operates as a turnkey advisory board to early-stage technology companies. Most recently she was CEO of HBN Shoe, a venture-funded footwear technology company. Prior to that, she was involved in two venture-funded Internet companies, first as CEO of First Business Financial (now OneCore.com) and then as COO of edu.com, which she co-founded in 1998 with her son, raising $40 million and growing the company to 125 people before it was sold.
Rosabeth Moss Kanter
Harvard Business School
Rosabeth Moss Kanter holds the Ernest L. Arbuckle Professorship at Harvard Business School, where she specializes in strategy, innovation, and leadership for change. Her strategic and practical insights have guided leaders of large and small organizations worldwide for over 25 years, through teaching, writing, and direct consultation to major corporations and governments.
Lois L. Lindauer Searches
Lois L. Lindauer is the Director of Lois L. Lindauer Searches, a retained executive search firm with an exclusive focus on positions in the nonprofit sector. LLLS serves large entities and small mission-driven organizations in the education, healthcare, social service and arts sectors.
Founding TCI Board Member
Linda Paresky is an entrepreneur, educator and leader of women’s initiatives. A pioneer in the travel industry, Linda Paresky has profoundly impacted the business of travel. In 1965 she co-founded Crimson Travel in Cambridge, MA and, through internal growth and mergers, became co-chairman and owner of Thomas Cook Travel, USA, the third largest travel agency in the country.
Colette Phillips Communications, Inc.
Ms. Phillips is President and CEO of Colette Phillips Communications, Inc.; one of Boston’s leading public relations and marketing communications firms. She pioneered inclusion and multicultural marketing in the Boston/New England region.
First Light Capital, LLC
Jean C. Tempel is Managing General Partner of First Light Capital, LLC (a venture capital group). Jean’s extensive background includes 15 years in executive technology and operating roles at major New England banks, ten years in venture capital portfolio management, and several private investment and/or directorships in New England-based early stage technology companies.
Ms. Terrell is the former President & CEO of Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC). Ms. Terrell’s career also includes leadership roles in three premier technology firms, most recently NMS Communications. Formerly Natural Microsystems Inc., NMS is a pioneer in the delivery of innovative voice, video, and data services for wireless and wireline networks.
The Wiley Group
For 14 years, Bennie Wiley served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of The Partnership. The Partnership’s unique mission is to develop professionals of color in Boston, increase their representation in Boston area businesses and institutions and enhance opportunities for their leadership potential.