Members of the EAC

 

EAC Members WebsiteMembers of the External Advisory Committee include:

  • Dean Hardin Coleman, Co-Chair, Boston University School of Education
  • Helen Dájer, Co-Chair, Former Boston School Committee member, and BPS parent
  • Angie Auguste, BPS Student
  • Kelly BatesLawyer, Foundation Representative, and BPS parent
  • Kathleen Colby, BPS Ambassador and former BPS parent
  • Ian Deason, Business leader and parent
  • Rahn Dorsey, Evaluation Director, the Barr Foundation
  • Paul Francisco, Business leader and BPS parent
  • Robert Gittens, Vice President of Public Affairs, Northeastern University, and former BPS parent
  • Carolyn Kain, Chair, Boston SpedPac, and BPS parent
  • Craig Lankhorst, Former BPS principal
  • Ruthzee Louijeune, JD and MPP candidate, Harvard University, and 2004 BPS graduate
  • Brendan McDonough, Business and community leader, and BPS parent
  • John Nucci, VP for Government and Community Affairs, Suffolk University, and former BPS parent
  • Imari Paris Jeffries, Partner, Boston Rising
  • Laura Perille, Exec. Director, EdVestors, and BPS parent
  • Heaven Reda, BPS Student
  • Israel Ruiz,  BPS parent
  • Andrea Swain, Exec. Director, Yawkey Club of Roxbury, Boys and Girls Club of Boston
  • Tammy Tai, Nonprofit Executive Director, and BPS parent
  • Mary Tamer, Member, Boston School Committee, and BPS parent
  • Josephine Tavares, BPS Teacher and parent
  • Miren Uriarte, Prof., College of Public and Community Service, Sr. Research Associate, Mauricio Gastón Institute for Latino Community Development and Public Policy UMass/ Boston, and former BPS parent
  • William Walczak, former BPS parent
  • Rev. Liz Walker, Interim Pastor of Roxbury Presbyterian Church
  • Vernee Wilkerson, Roslindale parent
  • Bak Fun Wong, Former Headmaster, Quincy Upper School/ BPS Central

*Each member’s affiliation is listed for identification purposes only. All members serve as volunteer, private citizens of the City of Boston and not as representatives of their affiliated organizations.