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Artist GoFive painted this mural behind Madison Park High School last week in tribute to legendary musician Prince, who died recently at 57.
As a part of The Partnership’s C-Suite Program, Carol Fulp, President and CEO of The Partnership, led a contingent of local black and Latino business executives to New York City for a meeting at the Urban League with Charles Tribbett III, managing director of Russell Reynolds, an executive search firm. They were there to learn more about the board recruiting process — and to try to get their names at the top of national recruitment lists. The meeting was hosted by Marian Heard, CEO of Oxen Hill Partners and former CEO of United Way. (l-r) Patrick Vatel of BNY Mellon, Donna Levin of MIT’s Sloan School, Carol Fulp of The Partnership, Paul Alexander of Eastern Bank,Marian Heard of Oxen Hill Partners, Juliette Mayers of Inspiration Zone LLC, Dr. Charles Anderson of Exaltare Capital Partners, and Peter Pedro of Marsh & McLennan.
Members of the Middlesex County Chapter of The Links gathered to celebrate the installation of the painting “Links and Lineage,” by artist Paul Goodnight, into its permanent home, the arts department inside of the newly built University Hall at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Front row (l-r) J.Keith Motley, Chancellor UMass Boston; Jackie Jenkins-Scott, President, Wheelock College; Paula Wright, President Middlesex County Chapter, The Links Incorporated; Latoyia Edwards, NECN Anchor. Back row (l-r) Patricia Long, Founding Member Middlesex County (MA) Chapter The Links Incorporated, artist Paul Goodnight.
Gerard Georges, Project Manager at Shepley Bulfinch, and Thalia Lewis enjoy a moment during the Boston Architectural College’s second annual Spring Into Design Gala at the Seaport District’s Innovation and Design Building. The event, which was completely sold out in March, exceeded all expectations and raised a record-breaking $350,000 for the College.
Mayor Marty Walsh, USES President & CEO Maicharia Weir Lytle, and USES parent and participant Tammy Pena at the United South End Settlements (USES) second annual Neighborhood Gala at the Harriet Tubman House in Boston’s South End. The evening raised over $285,000 to-date and celebrated USES’ programs, services, and impact over the past year. Over 250 supporters came together to celebrate the work that USES does each and every day to strengthen families and build community.
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