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Susan Ifill
Alumni Spotlight
NeighborWorks America President and CEO Marietta Rodriguez today announced the appointment of Susan M. Ifill [MM '97] to serve as the organization's executive vice president and chief operating officer. "I am excited to welcome Susan Ifill to NeighborWorks America as our incoming chief operating officer. Susan brings an unmatched set of skills, experiences and energy. She has a tremendous combination of nonprofit and private-sector experience that will be invaluable to NeighborWorks," said Rodriguez. "In our search for a COO, we wanted someone who has great understanding and appreciation for the work of our network organizations and the business acumen to help ensure our organization continues to be seen as a thought leader and innovator in our profession. I'm looking forward to what we will accomplish together in leading this amazing organization."
Women in Business Conference
Event Spotlight
Cambridge College’s Melissa Sue Padilla was on the discussion panel for the annual Women in Business Conference offered by the Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce on October 25. Padilla, Director of Cambridge College Lawrence, was joined by four other panelists: Gerry Lynn Darcy, senior vice president for development of the Lupoli Companies; Karen Frederick, chief executive officer of Community Teamwork; Kathleen Donovan, human resource business partner for National Grid; and Cheryl Goodwin, chief of staff, office of the president, Northern Essex Community College. Congresswoman Lori Trahan, D-Lowell, was the main speaker at the conference. Trahan, who represents the 3rd Congressional District, was elected last November. Before she was sworn in to her current position, she co-founded a consulting firm, Concire, where she advised various companies on business strategy and how to create the right conditions for employees, especially women, to thrive.