Board of Directors
Gregg Andonian, Chairperson - Gregg is Managing Partner/COO of Baystate Fiduciary Advisors, a boutique accredited investment fiduciary advisory firm with national expertise in helping plan fiduciaries meet their fiduciary obligations in the 401k and higher education/nonprofit 403b space.
Rev. Dr. J. Anthony Lloyd, Vice Chair – Rev. Lloyd has served as the pastor of the Greater Framingham Community Church for the past 20 years. Prior to coming to the church he served for 20 years as the associate dean of students at Gordon College in Wenham Mass., where he continues to serve as an adjunct faculty member of the Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. Rev. Lloyd serves on numerous boards and committees throughout MetroWest and the United States. Rev. Lloyd serves as the Chair of the Board Communications and Development Committee.
Dr. Edward A. Cohen, Clerk – Ed is a Framingham resident and has served on the Board of Directors since 2001. Ed is the Executive Director of Reed Academy in Framingham, a school for learning disabled youth. Ed received his doctorate in education from Nova University and is a Mental Health Counselor and Marriage and Family Counselor.
Gregory J. Aceto, Treasurer – Gregory is a Natick resident. He is a a founding partner of Aceto, Bonner & Prager, PC, formerly Johnson & Aceto, PC. As an attorney, Gregory has significant experience in corporate governance, government relations, and legal issues. Gregory served on the Board for the Italian Home for Children, a residential and outpatient treatment center for emotionally disturbed children, for 7 years.
Cheryl Aglio-Girelli - Cheryl has a nursing background with experience in adolescent mental health, teen pregnancy prevention and support, as well as childbirth education. Currently, Cheryl is the co-director of Strengthening Youth in a United Way, a program that provides adolescent health care within Framingham Public Schools to address pregnancy prevention, sexual health, and safe and healthy relationships.
Kimberly McClure – Kimberly is an educator, foster/adoptive parent and mentor with over 20 years experience working with children and families. She is passionate about advocating for children and at risk youth. Kimberly has a background in special education and is currently a teacher at the Sudbury LEAP School where she puts her strong Arts-based training to use as the coordinator of LEAP’s Afternoon Arts Program. Kimberly and her family live in Framingham.
Steven McKay - Steven is Regional Director for Defined Contribution Sales at Putnam Investments. A graduate of Salem State College, his career includes 15 years spent at MFS Investment Management, where he held various sales and management-level positions in the retirement services company. In his current role at Putnam Investments, he is responsible for sales of full service corporate retirement plans and defined contribution investment only sales while maintaining key relationships with consultants, registered investment advisors, and financial advisors. He and his family reside in North Andover.
James Mitrano – Jim is a Principal of WaypointKLA (formerly Waypoint Construction Consultants), a real estate development consulting firm serving private developers and businesses since 2001 throughout the United States. His background as a civil engineer, construction manager, general contractor and consultant since 1987 includes a wide variety of Not-for-Profit, child care, healthcare, academic, commercial, industrial, multifamily housing, adaptive reuse and retail projects. Jim has been involved with Wayside since 2008.
Gonzalo J. Puigbo - Gonzalo brings years of experience in the banking and mortgage industry. He is a member of the Board of Directors at Compass Working Capital and MetroWest Adult ESL. A native of Venezuela, Gonzalo brings a deep personal commitment to his extensive volunteer work on behalf of low-income families, especially in Latino communities. Gonzalo and his wife Vera live in Natick with their two children.
Susan Yi-Millette – Susan is a Boylston resident. As a first generational Korean-American immigrant social work educator and a faculty member at Clark University, Susan brings valuable experience to the Board. She serves on a National Committee on Ethnic and Racial Diversity of NASW and was the co-chair of the state wide NASW committee on Ethnic and Racial Affairs. Susan also serves on the Board of Trustees in Bancroft School in Worcester.