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The Greenway Conservancy is excited to announce the recent election of two new members to our volunteer Board of Directors beginning March 26, 2019: Rebecca Lee, Chair of Real Estate Development Practice at Mintz and David Wilkinson, Senior Director at Tishman Speyer.

They join four additional new members, who were began terms on January 1, 2019: Rosalind Gorin, President and CEO of HN Gorin; Carmine Guarino, Senior Vice President of Retail Banking for Brookline Bank; Deniz Johnson, Founder and Principal at Pera-Partners; and Brad Snyder, Executive Manager Director for the Tiger Capital Group.

We are thrilled to welcome such a talented group to serve on our Greenway Conservancy’s Board. Their diverse knowledge and experience, passion for The Greenway, and commitment to service will help us continue to make The Greenway a place for millions to gather, play, unwind, and explore.

At its March 26, 2019 meeting, the Greenway Conservancy Board of Directors welcomed:

Rebecca Lee, Chair, Real Estate Development Practice, Mintz

Ms. Lee, nominated by the Chinatown Neighborhood Council, is a preeminent commercial real estate lawyer who represents corporations, developers, lenders and nonprofit organizations in a range of real estate matters, including financing, leasing, the procurement of entitlements, property dispositions, condominium creation, site acquisitions and assemblages, and related tax incentive transactions. Ms. Lee is an avid baseball fan and regularly participates as a pianist in the Chamber Music Conference of the East at Bennington College. Ms. Lee was nominated by the Chinatown Neighborhood Council.

David Wilkinson, Senior Director, Tishman Speyer

Mr. Wilkerson, nominated by the Greenway Business Improvement District,  joined Tishman Speyer in 2012 and currently oversees asset management, property management, and development for the Boston regional portfolio. In this role, he is also closely involved in acquisitions efforts for the Boston region, providing partner support across the portfolio with key investors. He is a member of NAIOP’s Developing Leaders group, a board member of A Better City, the President of the 100 Acres Association, a board member of the Channel Center Owners Association, and the Vice Chair of the Greenway BID.

At its December 11, 2018 meeting, the Greenway Conservancy Board of Directors welcomed:

Rosalind Gorin, President & CEO, HN Gorin

Rosalind is the third generation to lead her family’s 100-year-old real estate development company with holdings that include business, industrial, and residential holdings. She serves on the board of the Jewish Arts Collaborative, Harvard University Hillel, and as a Trustee of the Urban Land Institute. Rosalind was nominated by the Governor’s Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs.

Carmine Guarino, Senior Vice President of Retail Banking, Brookline Bank

Carmine is a lifelong resident of Boston’s North End and very active in the Boston community. He is an elected member of the North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council and COMITES,  a board member of Operation ABLE, UMass ELP/Center for Collaborative Leadership, the Dante Alighieri Cultural Center in Cambridge, and St. Leonard Parish Finance Council. He has been in banking for 35 years and is currently Senior Vice President of Retail Banking for Brookline Bank. Carmine was nominated by the North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council.

Deniz Johnson, Founder and Principal at Pera-Partners

Deniz is the founder and principal at Pera-Partners, a management consulting company specializing in FinTech startup advisory, strategy implementation, FinTech adoption, business transformation and product/program/project management in financial services and software. Previously, Johnson was a Managing Director at State Street Corporation’s Alternative Investment Solutions (AIS) group. As an active resident of the Leather District, Deniz was nominated by the Leather District Neighborhood Association.

Bradley W Snyder, Executive Manager Director, Tiger Capital Group

Brad is a member of the senior leadership team at Tiger Capital Group where he negotiates complex asset management and capital solutions transactions – with a focus on consumer goods and intellectual property. He has served on the Board of Directors of The Sharper Image and Board of Advisors of Linens ‘n Things and has also been a Director for the Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Boston, Big Brothers of Greater Boston, Jewish Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Greater Boston, and is a member of good standing of the Massachusetts Bar. Brad was nominated by the Wharf District Council.