The Rev. John Finley is the co-founder and head of Epiphany School. Mr. Finley has also helped launch 19 other schools across the country inspired by Epiphany’s example and has also been involved in other initiatives in education including the Nativity Preparatory School in Boston, the Nativity Schools Educational Network, Codman Academy Public Charter School, Esperanza Academy in Lawrence, MA, Urban Achievers, Bridge Boston Public Charter School, and Boston Scholars.
He serves on several boards including the Harvard College Overseers’ Visiting Committee for the Memorial Church, Harvard’s Open Gate Foundation, the Harvard Episcopal Chaplaincy, and the Signet Society, as well as on the Advisory Board of Forward Movement. He is a judge for the Caplan Children’s Prize and is also a trustee of the Stephen Phillips Scholarship Fund, a last-dollar scholarship program in Salem, MA. In his vocation as an Episcopal priest, he serves the parish of St. Mary’s in Dorchester, MA and is affiliated as well with the Church of the Redeemer in Chestnut Hill, MA. He lives in downtown Boston with his husband, Stan McGee.
Michelle joined Epiphany in 1998 as a founding Math and Science teacher. After serving as Vice Principal and Director of Epiphany’s Summer Intensive Program, she became Epiphany’s Principal in 2003. In addition to her work at Epiphany, she has been involved with several community agencies, such as CVC Unido, La Alianza, Urban Achievers and most recently helped with the chartering of Bridge Boston Charter School. Dr. Sanchez earned her B.A., M.Ed. and Ed.D. at Boston College. While at Boston College, she was in the Donovan Scholars Program (1998) for teachers committed to urban education. She recently completed her doctorate in Educational Administration (2010) with a focus on strengthening the family and school partnership. Dr. Sanchez is married and lives with her husband, Lino Sanchez, and two sons Lino, Jr. and Jaylin on Epiphany’s campus in Dorchester.
Mr. Penney earned his B.A. at Merrimack College in North Andover, MA, and went on to earn his M.A. in leadership studies with a focus on educational leadership from the University of San Diego. Originally from north of Boston, Mr. Penney spent six years teaching at Nativity Prep Academy in San Diego, CA, where he had the opportunity to teach a variety of subjects, coach numerous sports teams, and serve as dean of students and assistant principal.
Pro Curriculum and Instruction
History, Religion, and Reading Enrichment Departments
Mr. Simon is in his tenth year at Epiphany. He teaches reading enrichment, works with Mrs. Sanchez and Ms. A on curriculum and instruction, and leads the history, religion, and reading enrichment departments. He also organizes the 8th grade’s trip to Washington DC.
Ms. Centeio Bautista graduated from Epiphany’s class of 2002. After high school Ms. Bautista went on to attain a B.A. in Economics and Psychology at Smith College. She returned to Epiphany as a Teaching Fellow in 2012 and is now the Student Support Team Director. During her time as a Teaching Fellow she was inspired to attain her master’s degree in School Counseling at Boston College with hopes to address the social emotional development of our students.
Frannie Abernethy Armstrong
Co-Director of Curriculum and Instruction
7th & 8th grade Reading and Writing Department Head
After earning her B.A. in English Literature from Davidson College, Ms. Abernethy taught for three years at a public high school in Charlotte, North Carolina before moving to Boston in 1998 to become one of Epiphany’s founding teachers. She earned her master's in Language and Literacy at Harvard University, and is currently working on earning a Ph.D. She lives in Medfield, MA with her husband, and her two children.
Lino Sanchez is the Director of Physical Education at Epiphany and founder of Urban Achievers, a program at Epiphany committed to significantly improving the outcomes of children and families living in under-resourced and underserved Boston communities by providing learning experiences and opportunities that foster physical, social, and intellectual development. After earning his GED, Lino completed his bachelor’s degree in human services. He worked in youth development and gang/drug prevention for the city of Somerville and the Roxbury YMCA before becoming first director of graduate support and now the dean of students at Epiphany. He is married and lives with his wife, Michelle Sanchez, and two sons, Lino, Jr. and Jaylin, on Epiphany’s campus in Dorchester.
Mr. Brown came to Epiphany in 2002 after graduating from Bowdoin College. He was an intern teacher for three years and then moved on to spend four years in the Graduate Support and High School Placement departments. He received his master’s in Educational Leadership at Boston College in 2012. He could not be more excited about being back at Epiphany and to be working once again with Epiphany’s students and families.
Ms. Aybar graduated from Amherst College with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and French. Tutoring students in K-12 settings, working for literacy nonprofits and reflecting on her own experiences as a student in Boston sparked her interest in teaching at Epiphany. In her second year as a Teaching Fellow, Ms. Aybar graduated from the Donovan Scholars Program with a degree in Secondary English at Boston College (Go Eagles!). This year she teaches 8th grade Reading & Writing.
Ms. Brice graduated from Simmons College with a bachelor's degree in History. This is Jackie’s second year as a Lead Teacher and she is an Epiphany graduate. Ms. Brice teaches 5th grade. Her work as a Teaching Fellow at Epiphany inspired her to pursue her master's degree in Elementary Education at Boston College. In addition, she started a Natural Hair Project with Samantha Rodrigues where they empower students through their natural beauty and work with students to build their self-esteem. Their Instagram is @EpiphanyProjectNatural.
Ms. Celius is the homeroom teacher in 5A. She also teaches 5th grade math, reading, and writing. Her undergraduate studies were completed at Temple University in Philadelphia, P.A. She went on to receive her master's degree in Elementary Education at Boston College.
Mr. Deleveaux is incredibly excited to return to Epiphany School as a third year lead teacher and second year Arts Director! This year, Mr. Deleveaux is teaching 7th Grade History and Drama to the entire school. Mr. Deleveaux is originally from Roxbury, MA and graduated from Boston College with an M.A. in Secondary Education. In partnership with Mr. Wilson and Mr. Brayboy, Mr. Deleveaux launched the Brotherhood, a group to support life skills and leadership development of the young middle school boys at Epiphany. Outside of Epiphany, Mr. Deleveaux can be found enjoying music with friends, sipping coffee from his favorite travel mug, or hanging out with the other teachers from Epiphany. Make sure to follow Mrs. Deleveaux on Instagram @mr_deleveaux for more stories of Epiphany.
Mr. Joazard is a 2004 graduate of Epiphany in his third year teaching at the school. After graduating in 2004, Mr. Joazard attended Archbishop Williams, and then earned his B.A. in English at Umass Boston. He is considered a legend at all three schools. He recently completed his master's degree in Secondary Education at Boston College. Mr. Joazard returned to Epiphany because of his love for the school and the students it serves. He believes that each student has a small paragraph to write in this world. He strives to help them write those paragraphs well.
Mr. Jones is going into his thirteenth year at the Epiphany School. He is originally from Ohio where he graduated from the University of Dayton with a B.A. in Sociology. He then completed his master's degree in Elementary Education at Boston College. Mr. Jones started as a teaching fellow, but is now a Lead Teacher in the 6th Grade. His homeroom is 6B, and he teaches reading and writing for both 6A and 6B.
Ms. Lee graduated from Boston University with a B.A. in biology then proceeded to work in medical labs for three years. Wanting to help others directly, she started her teaching career by enrolling in Lesley University to earn her M.Ed. in middle school math and science education. At the same time, she completed her student teaching at the Shady Hill School and Brookline Public Schools. After teaching math in the Newton Public School system, she is excited to be in the midst of her second year at Epiphany School!
Mr. Wilson, a Dorchester native, graduated from Epiphany School in 2004 and then attended Boston College High School. After high school, Mr. Wilson was admitted into the MKTYP program at Brandeis University where he double majored in Women and Gender Studies and Health Policy. Johnny returned as a Teaching Fellow right after graduating from Brandeis in 2013. In 2016, he left Epiphany to pursue a career in the Department of Student Activities at Brandeis University but little did he know, he could not leave Epiphany for long. Now he is back as the Director of High School Placement/Transition and is excited to take on this new role.
Mrs. Forrest graduated from the University of Dayton with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, with a focus on Child and Adolescent Development. Prior to joining the Epiphany staff in 2010, she served as the Events and Alumni Engagement Project Leader for City Year Boston. Here is Mrs. Forrest in her own words: “The opportunity to be a part of Epiphany in this role, with my love and respect for the school and working with urban youth, was an aspiration fulfilled. My personal goal is to provide a supportive, family-like atmosphere that keeps our graduates eager to succeed in school and in life. I attribute my work ethic and accomplishments to being a member of a program in high school very similar to Epiphany’s Graduate Support Program and therefore recognize the validity of programs like ours.
Mrs. Guilfoile worked for many years in Corporate Human Resources and Consulting. She has since come back around to her college training in counseling which she has put to use helping Epiphany graduates navigate the process of finding the best academic and financial choices for college, or directing students towards skill based training options. This is her fourth year at Epiphany and she is passionate about offering grads the support services they need to gain acceptance and succeed at the college level. She and her husband enjoy any time they can spend visiting their children in New Orleans.
Sabrina graduated from Epiphany in the class of 2008. After graduating, she attended Miss Hall's School, an all-girls boarding school in Western Massachusetts. From there she attended Curry College, then transferred to the University of New England in Biddeford, ME, graduating with a B.S. degree in Health, Wellness, and Occupational Studies. There she developed a passion for public health, a career she looks forward to pursuing in her graduate studies. She sees her work in this sector as important to helping decrease the disparities of low-income families, especially women and children. After taking a year to work as a home health aide and volunteer at Epiphany, she accepted a position on the graduate support team to work as the Evening Program Coordinator. In her spare time, she loves to travel, try new recipes, and help out friends in the Epiphany community.
First Year Teaching Fellow
Ms. Bell hails from Brookline, Massachusetts. She has recently completed her bachelor’s degree in philosophy and English literature at the University of Vermont, where she graduated as part of the honors society. Her time in Vermont nurtured her love for nature, good food, and teaching. Whether in front of students or locked in debate with a friend, Ms. Bell is passionate about building knowledge through experiences with others. Her experiences as a teaching assistant in college and a student teacher in surrounding schools have given her the tools to succeed in any environment. Ms. Bell hopes to eventually pursue a doctorate in philosophy and commit herself to her lifelong passion for teaching.
Mr. Brayboy is a 2007 graduate of the Epiphany School. Upon graduating Epiphany he attended Fenway High School, and matriculated to the distinguished Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA. While miraculously balancing Track and Field and Rugby at Morehouse, Mr. Brayboy decided Philosophy was the major to help him develop innovative tools to uplift the minds of oppressed minorities in America. Originally from Roxbury, MA, Mr. Brayboy knew it was imperative to return home and share life skills learned with the urban youth in Boston’s communities. He has several years of experience with mentoring and teaching, and hopes to build a bridge to allow his students access to the same wealth most privileged Americans are afforded. Mr. Brayboy is very adventurous and loves trying new things including sports and arts. Ideally, he'd paint, and read, and play violin. Also, climb the mountains, and sing the songs that he likes to sing. But he doesn’t have that kind of time.
Mr. Brewster graduated from Union College, in Schenectady, New York, with a Bachelor’s degree in History and Africana Studies. He attended Boston Public Schools from Kindergarten through High School and was inspired to enter the field of education so that he could use it as an avenue to create change in Boston’s inner city communities and empower those who are less fortunate. Mr. Brewster began working with youth at the age of 14 and has now worked with youth ranging from ages 4 to 22, in various capacities, both inside and outside of the classroom. Most recently, he spent two years working at Codman Academy Charter Public School as an Inclusion Associate in the Special Education Department. He returns to West Newton every summer to teach international students from all over the world the English Language. Mr. Brewster currently teaches 7th Grade Reading Enrichment and supports in the 7th and 8th Grade Math classes.
Ms. Crossfield earned her B.A. in Sociology with a minor in Urban Affairs at Boston University. At the Epiphany School, Ms. Crossfield is a teaching fellow. She teaches 6th and 7th grade Reading Enrichment, co-coaches Soccer, and assists in 6th grade Reading and Writing, and ceramics. Outside of Epiphany, Ms. Crossfield is actively involved in her church community.
Mr. Currelley majored in Sociology and African and African Diaspora Studies at Boston College as an undergraduate. As a master's degree student in the Donovan Program, Mr. Currelley majored in Elementary Education. Mr. Currelley has worked at numerous before and after school programs. He also spent a semester at Epiphany School in the Spring of 2015 during his practicum. He cherishes his ability to connect with diverse learners.
Ms. Destrade is a New York native who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Pace University. While in attendance at Pace, she majored in History and Secondary Education. Aside from her academic endeavors, she discovered a love for her Caribbean heritage and later became the president of Pace’s “Students of Caribbean Awareness” club. Through her work with the Teacher Opportunity Core, she was equipped with the skills, resources, and passion to be an effective advocate for children in the urban education community. Upon graduating, she dove into teaching, servicing students with social and behavioral issues. This culmination of experiences led Ms. Destrade to Epiphany, where she looks forward to applying her knowledge and love for education with a group of wonderful students.
Mr. Figueroa is a second year teaching fellow. He graduated from Fairfield University this past Spring with a B.A. in Psychology. Since the sixth grade he has been working with children in the hopes to one day become a Clinical Psychologist. During the summer he works at our brother school, Bridge Boston, as a lead teacher. At Epiphany he assists in sixth grade math. Aside from his work at Epiphany, Kevin enjoys traveling and hopes to one day travel the whole world.
Ms. Z is a graduate of Haverford College in Pennsylvania. With a degree in religion, psychology, and dance she brought together her love of understanding people through their beliefs, thoughts and movements in her thesis Revelations: Alvin Ailey and Black Church Traditions. She has always been passionate about creating spaces that allow for black people to be at the center and at the forefront of their own narratives through artistic expression. As such, she has been a part of organizations like the Kuumba Singers of Harvard College- the oldest black organization on Harvard's campus dedicated to providing a space where Black spirituality and creativity can be celebrated. Having been inspired by the Kuumba Singers of Harvard college, Ms. Z went on to construct spaces such as body positivity workshops for women of color, jam sessions for musicians in Boston to collaborate their writing and production efforts, music and poetry nights for local artists to have a safe-space, etc. She most recently has felt called to Epiphany and sees this community as an extension of her love affair with empowering black and brown people to take up space and to believe that they are more than enough and more than able to take the world by storm.
Mr. Harvey graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a B.S in Secondary Education with a focus in mathematics and a minor in music. He is currently at Emmanuel college seeking a master's degree in teaching. At the Epiphany School, Mr. Harvey is a teaching fellow, teaching 8th grade Pre-Algebra and supporting 7th grade science. Outside of Epiphany, Mr. Harvey plays classical music (double bass) with the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra and is interested in yoga and Italian.
Ms. Hollingsworth graduated from Northeastern University with a Bachelor of Science. As a Psychology major, she quickly developed a fascination regarding the link between developmental psychology and how children learn. After two years of working in Roxbury’s urban education community, she learned about Epiphany and was elated when offered a position as a 5th grade teaching fellow. In the short time she’s been working at Epiphany she has fallen in love with the community, students, and incredible magic that make this school what it is.
Ms. Inglis graduated from Harvard College with a degree in History and Literature (focusing on Latin America and the United States). Having wanted to be a teacher for her whole life, she has been working with children since middle school. During college, she ran a mentoring program that paired Harvard students with youth in a nearby affordable housing community. After spending a summer teaching sixth grade English in Austin, TX, she knew she wanted to teach middle school. At Epiphany, she teaches 5th grade Reading Enrichment, 5th grade science, 8th grade Religion, ceramics, gardening and leads a cooking club.
Ms. Louiny is a 2017 graduate of Boston University. While completing a Psychology Degree, Ms. Louiny also worked with high school students with SAT preparation and college planning. Originally from Massachusetts, Ms. Louiny was interested in working with local students from urban communities and teaching vital life and emotional skills that will continue to support students throughout their academic careers and their lives. She has taught at various schools and has several years of experience with teaching and college planning, and hopes to one day work with a wide range of students on learning about positive mental health skills and growth mindset. Ms. Louiny enjoys volunteer work and loves to cook and bake in her spare time. She loves working with students in and out of the classroom, especially in creative ways such as music and drama.
Mr. Parker graduated from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon with a degree in Music Education. He has experience working with kids at summer camp, on sports teams, and with a homeless youth outreach team while he was on the west coast. He has a diverse set of interests and is energized to be reunited with his family and old friends. He volunteered with Epiphany for six months last year, and feels blessed to be back working with the kids and community.
Ms. Rodrigues earned her Bachelor's degree at Bay State College in 2017. She is looking to work towards her master's degree at Boston College in Secondary Education in the following year. Her interest in teaching lies within language arts, which began with her love for reading and writing at an early age. Being an avid writer was imperative to how she navigated through her years and she hopes to equip her students with the same power. In addition, she started a Natural Hair Project with Ms. Brice where they empower students through their natural beauty and work with students to build their self-esteem. Their Instagram is @EpiphanyProjectNatural. Ms. Rodrigues hopes to become a high school English teacher in the future. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking and listening to music.
Mr. Sadie is from Cambridge, MA and is a recent graduate of Adrian College in Michigan. At Adrian, he studied History and Psychology while serving as Class President during his junior and senior year. Prior to attending Adrian, Mr. Sadie attended Middlesex School, a boarding school in Concord, MA where he enjoyed developing athletic, musical, and theatrical skills outside of the classroom. Mr. Sadie spends his summers working at Camp Lanakila in Vermont, a residential boys' camp devoted to creating fine people. Aside from leading hiking trips throughout New Hanpshire, Maine, and Vermont, Mr. Sadies's favorite aspect of Lanakila is the devotion to character education, something he knows Epiphany cares deeply about. As a new teaching fellow, you can find Mr. Sadie assisting Ms. Brice in 5th grade, teaching 7th and 8th grade Reading Enrichment, coaching soccer, teaching music, and walking through the halls with a constant smile on his face.
Ms. Ventricelli is a first year Teaching Fellow at Epiphany. She comes to us after serving as a City Year Americorps member in Boston last year. Originally from Connecticut, Ms. Ventricelli moved to Boston after graduating from the University of Connecticut. Passionate about our nation’s history and the effects of such a history on the development of our nation’s children and families, Ms. Ventricelli majored in both History and Human Development & Family Psychology. While at UCONN she was an academic tutor for the university’s athletes as we all a mentor to students at a local middle school. She comes to us prepared and eager to push each Epiphany student to reach his/her academic and social potential. When she is not here in the classrooms at Epiphany, she enjoys being active and being outdoors.
Lori joins Epiphany School with more than two decades of development and nonprofit experience, most recently as Founder and Principal of Community Resource Consulting, LLC (CRC), a consulting practice that provides strategic counsel and tactile fundraising support for a variety of non-profit clients.
Lori, a native of Dorchester, Massachusetts, and a graduate of Boston Latin School, holds a Bachelor's Degree from Syracuse University and a Master's Degree in Urban Affairs from Boston University. She lives in Dorchester with her husband and two teenage daughters.
Kara has over fifteen years of nonprofit development experience, including time spent at the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, Chicago Foundation for Women, and Storycorps. Prior to recently settling in Massachusetts, Kara spent five years as the Executive Director for the Women’s Fund of Greater Chattanooga, Tennessee and served on the Vestry for Thankful Memorial Episcopal Church. Originally from the northeast, Kara is thrilled to be back and working as a part of Epiphany’s mighty development team.
She has an undergraduate degree in Fiction Writing from Columbia College Chicago and a master's degree in Nonprofit Administration from North Park University.
Kara lives in Braintree with her wife, daughter, host daughter, and their dog and cat.
Associate Director of Corporations and Foundations
Esinam joined Epiphany in 2017 as the Associate Director of Corporation and Foundation Relations. Born and raised in Boston, she earned her B.A. from Wesleyan University and is a graduate of the Temple University School of Law. Esinam is also a member of the New York Bar, having practiced as part of the litigation group of a Manhattan law firm for several years. Deeply committed to using her education and skills to create access and opportunity for others, Esinam has worked for the Bessie Tartt Wilson Initiative for Children, the Massachusetts House of Representatives and the Honorable Senator Linda Dorcena Forry, as a legislative drafting consultant in Ghana, West Africa, and as a Guardian Ad Litem for the Civil Court of the City of New York. Esinam enjoys travel, cooking and spending time with family, especially her young son who is the light of her life.
Claire Whitehouse works in the Development Department at Epiphany, where she manages the gift entry process and interfaces with all other Development projects. Outside of Epiphany, Claire is a theatre producer and artist, currently serving as the Managing Director of Fresh Ink Theatre, which produces new works by New England playwrights. In the past, Claire has worked with SpeakEasy Stage Company and the NEMPAC Opera Project in Boston, and IATI Theater and Signature Theatre in New York, her hometown. Claire also works in house management for Blue Man Group. Claire received her B.A. from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, and lives in Somerville, Massachusetts.
Marilisa Rita Gabresi-Deleveaux
Development Associate: Marketing/Communication and Events
Marilisa received her bachelor’s degree in political communication. She worked at United Way Worldwide, African and Caribbean Region in Alexandria, VA, where she created a workplace campaign guidebook to assist the local United Ways in the different regions. She has also worked for Origin Water Factory in Ethiopia; she was in charge of promotion through building long-term relationships. Marilisa is currently working in the development office at Epiphany as the Development Associate: Marketing, Communications and Events. In her spare time, Marilisa enjoys taking pictures, cooking and spending time with her husband, A.B. Deleveaux.
This is the fifth year as the Kitchen Director for Sue Bielamowicz. She joined the Epiphany team in the fall of 2012 after spending years working in restaurant kitchens in and around Boston. Sue has also spent time working on an organic farm and volunteering with Cooking Matters, teaching adults and teens how to cook and create healthy eating habits. Before working in the food industry, Sue served as a Program Manager for MetroLacrosse where she worked with young people in Boston to achieve personal success through a team sport. She loves being able to draw on all of her work experience in her role at Epiphany, and strives to improve the health and wellness of the students and adults in this community each day through food.
This is Adotey's first year at Epiphany and he is thrilled to be a part of the community. Adotey graduated from Johnson and Wales University with a degree in Culinary Arts and Food Service Management. He has work at Emerson College as the head manager, where he cooked 3 meals per day for 1900 students. He is also a personal chef when he is not at Epiphany. Adotey enjoys playing with his one year old daughter, playing chess and reading.
Grace Clark RN
Grace is our part-time school nurse. Arriving in November 2009, she quickly realized that it was impossible to only be here “part-time.” Her nursing experiences range from working at Dana Farber Cancer Institute as an Oncology Nurse and Case-manager, to their initial Coordinator of Diversity Initiatives. She was also a Neuroscience Nurse at Mass General Hospital, a Rehab Nurse at University Hospital, which is now a part of Boston Medical Center, and most recently worked in Urgent Care at Codman Square Health Center. She received her nursing education from Northeastern and currently resides in Dorchester.
Patrick graduated from Epiphany in 2007. He served as a corps member in Boston with City Year in 2011-2012. He also worked at different YMCA after school programs for four years. Patrick came back to Epiphany in January 2016 in search of a position to support the community. He now is the Athletic Director. Patrick lives at the Teaching Fellow house in Dorchester.
Mr. Fletcher is currently the Chief Financial Officer for Epiphany School and the Director of Finance & Operations for the Tenacre Country Day School, splitting his time between the two schools. In addition he is the part time CFO for two start-up companies Jennus Innovation and MVP LLC. He was previously the Chief Financial Officer for Mulberry Childcare and Preschools, a national chain of 75 preschools as well as the CFO and a Director of City Sports, a chain of specialty retail stores in the Northeast for five years. He also spent nine years in the investment banking business with Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette in New York and State Street Bank & Trust in Boston, working with growing companies. He has an MBA from the Tuck School at Dartmouth and a BA from Stanford. Rod lives in Wayland, MA with his wife and four children.
Ms. Fletcher worked for seven years at Fidelity Investments in their Retail Marketing department. Prior to Fidelity, she spent five years in the Corporate Finance department at Morgan Stanley in NY. Barb also volunteered for an organization, Community Consulting Teams, which provides pro-bono consulting services to local non-profit organizations. With CCT, she worked with a charter school affiliated with the NE Conservatory in South Boston and with Hale Reservation in Westwood. Barb has an M.B.A. from the Tuck School at Dartmouth and a B.A. from Princeton University. She lives in Wayland, MA with her husband and four children and serves on Wayland’s School Committee.
Ms. Mega worked at Mulberry Childcare and Preschools for three years as a senior accounting manager, with responsibilities for financial reporting, budgeting, managing the accounting staff, and human resources. Susan also worked at The Boston Consulting Group for 10 years as a senior analyst and staff accountant. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts with a B.A. in Business Administration, majoring in accounting. Sue lives in Natick with her husband and three children.