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NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts Board of Directors

Trina Moore, Chair
Hillary Schwab, Vice Chair
Susan Webber, Treasurer
Lisa Reilly, Secretary

Jo Blum
Kimberly Haskins
Talia Herman, MD
Karen Charles Peterson
Emily Polak
June Rowe
Erica Scott-Pacheco
Alyssa Vangeli

Pro-Choice Massachusetts Foundation Board of Directors

Hillary Schwab, Chair
Jan Levinson, Vice Chair
Evan Rauch, Treasurer
Kimberly Haskins, Clerk

Andy Langowitz
Lisa Pedulla
Jane Piercy


 

Trina Moore ‘10
Board Chair
Executive, Development, Strategic Planning and Finance Committees

Trina Moore joined the board of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts in 2010 and has served as Board Chair since 2012 and has served on the Board since 2010. She is a passionate advocate of women’s rights and believes that reproductive freedom is at their very foundation. She is proud to work with NARAL as the organization provides leadership and legislative change for reproductive rights in Massachusetts. Trina balances her passion with her long-held career as an IT software sales professional to Fortune 100 companies in the healthcare payer and financial services industries.

Hillary Schwab ‘13
Vice-Chair and Foundation Board Chair
Executive and Nominating Committee

Hillary Schwab joined the board of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts in 2013. She has always been dedicated to reproductive freedom issues through various work including a job as a fellowship attorney at the Center for Reproductive Rights in New York and a position with the Board of NARAL Pro-Choice Wisconsin. Currently Hillary works as an attorney representing employees in claims against their employers relating to unpaid wages, discrimination, etc. and is a founding partner at the law firm Fair Work, P.C.

Susan Webber ‘14
Treasurer
Executive, Development (Chair), Nominating, and Finance Committees

Susan Webber joined the Board of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts in 2014. Prior to joining the board Susan worked in the field of reproductive rights in the position as the Vice President for External Affairs at the Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts with her involvement in the reproductive rights movement has spanned 35 years. Currently she serves as NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts Treasurer, Development Committee Chair, and a member of the Nominating Committee. Susan is currently retired.

Lisa Reilly ‘17
Secretary

Lisa Reilly joined the Board of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts since 2017. She has been passionate about reproductive rights her entire life and became an active member of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts in 2003 where she served on multiple committees. Lisa’s career includes work at Planned Parenthood-Great Boston and marketing positions in leading biotechnology and medical device companies. Currently she is a small business owner.

Jo Blum ‘17

Jo Blum joined the Board of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts in 2017. Her history with advocating for reproductive health rights started before Roe v. Wade. Jo was a part of an informal referral network that helped women obtain safe abortions in Iowa and North Carolina and held various jobs including positions at Planned Parenthood of Greater Charlotte, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, and NARAL Pro-Choice America. Jo is currently retired.

Kimberly Haskins ‘16

Kimberly joined the Board of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts in 2016. In addition to her role with NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts she is a member of the Board of Pro-Choice Massachusetts Foundation. Kimberly is a senior program officer at the Barr Foundation, a private foundation that works to elevate the arts and creative expression, to advance solutions for climate change, and connects all students to success in high school and beyond.

Dr. Talia Herman ‘18

Talia Nunes Herman, MD joined the Board of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts in 2018. She practiced Primary Care Internal Medicine in Boston for over 30 years. Her practice was focused on the care of women with an emphasis on reproductive health. She has also had a special interest in broadening the availability of sexual health education to students at all levels. She is now retired.

Karen Charles Peterson ‘18

Karen Charles Peterson joined the Board of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts in 2018. She is Commissioner of the Department of Telecommunications and Cable, where she serves as the principal communications regulator for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. She is a graduate of Suffolk University and the Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy at the University of Massachusetts, Boston.

Emily Polak ‘13

Emily Polak joined the Board of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts in 2013. Before joining the board, Emily was the Deputy Director at NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia where she supported political efforts to increase reproductive rights and exposed crisis pregnancy centers. Now, Emily serves as the Director for the State Consumer Health Advocacy Program at Community Catalyst.

June Rowe ‘16

June Rowe joined the Board of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts in 2016. Since retiring from her career focused on services for individuals with developmental disabilities, June has been involved in pro-choice activism. Through volunteering with NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts and other organizations, June has spent time canvassing, lobbying and advocating for pro-choice candidates.

Erica Scott-Pacheco ‘17

Erica Scott-Pacheco joined the Board of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts in 2017. She has vast experience as an advocate for reproductive justice as well as anti-sexual and domestic violence and pro-migrant movements. Erica was recently appointed to the Bristol County Commission on the Status of Women.

Alyssa Vangeli ‘14

Alyssa Vangeli joined the Board of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts in 2014. Prior to attending law school Alyssa worked for a number of years in the field of reproductive health advocacy at Pathfinder International. Currently Alyssa is the Associate Director of Policy and Government Relations at Health Care for All.

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