Ms. Licea-Mailloux has been a strong advocate for our families for more than ten years, as a volunteer, a Wilderness Heals pledge hiker and leader, and as a Board Member. Rosa is currently the Director of Corporate Compliance at MFS Investment Management, where she also Co-Chairs MFS’ Women Everywhere Employee Resource Group. She is also an Adjunct Professor of Financial Sector Compliance at New England School of Law. Rosa is a graduate of Boston University with a B.A. in Biology and a B.A. in Economics and of Northeastern University School of Law. She is currently admitted to the bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Ms. Licea-Mailloux is currently pursuing her MBA at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School and lives in Grafton, MA with her extended family, including her parents, husband and wonderful daughters.
Maryann Civitello is a retired partner of the law firm of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C. Her practice area was commercial real estate in which she represented a large national drugstore chain in the acquisition of property throughout the United States. She has been a member of the Stone House board since 1994 and became the president of the board in January 2008. Maryann previously served as a board member of the Girl Scouts, Patriots Trail Council for seven years. She is also a founding member and a member of the board of the Friends of St. Bernard’s, Inc., a non-profit organization in Newton. Currently, she is a Fellow in the Access to Justice program, a project allowing senior lawyers and retired judges to partner with nonprofit organizations, courts and other entities to increase equal justice for all.
Ms. Civitello graduated with a B.A. degree from Albertus Magnus College and received an M.A. and Ph.D. in American History from Fordham University. She then taught history and served as the Dean of Continuing Education and the Chairperson of the Department of History, Political Science and Paralegal Studies at Rivier College in Nashua, New Hampshire. In 1991, she graduated from Boston College Law School. Maryann lives in Newton and has an adult daughter.
Since 2004, Charleen Tyson has been Chief Financial and Administrative Officer for the Massachusetts Housing Partnership, a quasi-public, non-profit lender whose primary business includes real estate lending for affordable housing, first-time homebuyer programs and providing technical assistance to cities and towns on affordable housing development. In her position, Ms. Tyson manages total assets of more than $550 million, $1.2 billion in lines of credit with Massachusetts banks, a loan portfolio of $500 million, cash and investments of $110 million, and gross annual revenue of $15 million.
Prior to joining MHP, she served for three years as Executive Vice President and CFO for MassDevelopment, where she managed finance and accounting, human resources, administration and technology. She has also served as Director of Finance at the New England Aquarium and Controller at the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals/Angell Memorial Hospital.
In addition to her work as Treasurer of Stone House, she also serves on the South Shore Charter School Board of Trustees, and on the finance committee for the Town of Hull. She received her MBA from Simmons College School of Management and did her undergraduate work in business management and science at Bridgewater State.
David S. Dlugasch is a partner at New England Insurance Group, specializing in the insurance placement for real estate owners and developers. Mr. Dlugasch has been on the board of Stone House for over 5 years. Prior to his involvement with ESH, Mr. Dlugasch volunteered with the Best Buddies organization as well as the Boys and Girls Club of Lawrence.
Prior to joining New England Insurance Group, Mr. Dlugasch worked at USI New England. Mr. Dlugasch graduated with a degree in Accounting from Merrimack College. He resides in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts with his wife, Paige.
Mr. Gabovitch is an accomplished attorney with decades of volunteer experience. Currently, Mr. Gabovitch is General Counsel – US for Primark Stores Limited, a Dublin based fast fashion retailer.
Since 1989, Mr. Gabovitch has volunteered for Combined Jewish Philanthropies in a number of roles, earning several awards. For nearly 20 years he has also volunteered with the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston where he served as President from 2010-2013. He is also a board member at JOIN for Justice. He graduated from Indiana University and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
Jasmine Jean-Louis is an associate in Weiner Brodsky Kider’s litigation practice group, where she focuses on complex litigation and class action defense involving state and federal laws, including the False Claims Act and RESPA. Jasmine also assists in internal corporate investigations. Prior to joining Weiner Brodsky Kider, she was an Assistant Attorney General at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, where her practice included litigation and appeals in state and federal courts, and insurance and securities enforcement.
Jasmine chose the Stone House board because she believes in our approach to working with survivors of domestic violence and related trauma.
Jasmine also co-chairs the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Steering Committee of the Boston Bar Association, and chairs the Community Service Committee of the Massachusetts Black Women Attorneys. She was named a Rising Star as part of Get Konnected’s 50 Most Influential Attorneys of Color in 2019.
Jasmine is a graduate of Boston College and Suffolk University Law School.
Maria Katsileros is the Investment Strategist for multi-asset class, global fixed income and tax managed strategies. She works with the investment teams at Natixis Investment Managers Solutions – US and Active Index Advisors, as well as affiliate Loomis, Sayles and Co., to support client service and business development efforts in the US. She helps clients and prospects understand the investment process and positioning, capital market implications, and the role the strategies can play in portfolio construction.
Prior to joining the ﬁrm in 2000, Ms. Katsileros worked at Funds Distributor, and began her career in the investment industry in 1998 with State Street Research. She holds a BS in psychology and a BA in modern Greek language and literature from Boston University. Ms. Katsileros also holds the Chartered SRI Counselor designation, the Certiﬁed Investment Management Consultant designation along with Series 7 and 63 licenses with FINRA. She currently serves on the Editorial Advisory Board for Investments & Wealth Institute’s Monitor publication and is a sitting board member for the Stone House.
Eric Peterson is an architect with SMMA | Symmes Maini and McKee Associates, a multi-disciplinary design firm in Cambridge, Providence, and Chapel Hill. Eric has over 35 years of experience in the profession and over 30 years with Massachusetts architectural registration. He specializes in office, high-technology, institutional and multi-family residential facilities.
Eric and his wife Laura have been consistent supporters of Stone House for over twenty-five years. As an architect,he brings a valuable perspective to the board as it confronts the challenge of designing, funding and constructing a new building.
Mr. Peterson has a Master of Architecture (1984) and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture (1982), both from the University of Michigan, College of Architecture and Urban Planning.
Susan Phillips is a partner in the Environmental Law Section of Mintz Levin, where she advises developers, lenders, purchasers and sellers of property with contamination or environmental permitting issues. Her particular emphasis is working with national retail chain stores on the acquisition, development and financing of Brownfield sites throughout the country.
Ms. Phillips received her B.A. in Biology from Cornell University and her J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School. She is listed in “Best Lawyers in America” and has been selected by “Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business” as a leader in environmental law, was named to the 2011 inaugural edition of the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Woman Lawyers, and has been named a “Massachusetts Super Lawyer” every year since 2006. She is a member of The International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), the national organization Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW), New England Women in Energy and the Environment, and a member of ASTM International, where she participates in various standard-setting committees relating to the real estate industry. She joined the board of Stone House in February 2007.
Rebecca Raphaelson is a litigator at Mintz, where she advises property owners, developers, and general contractors in construction disputes in the public and private sector. Rebecca counsels clients on contract formation, project delays, terminations, mechanics’ liens, and defective work, and has extensive experience drafting and negotiating various construction and design contract forms.
Rebecca received her B.A. in International relations from Tufts University, and her J.D. from American University Washington College of Law. She currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Women’s Bar Foundation and the Leadership Council for Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She joined the board of Stone House in May 2021.
Amanda Roe is a Senior Loan Officer at the Massachusetts Housing Partnership, a public non-profit, where she markets MHP’s $1.2 billion loan fund’s lending products, and underwrites and closes permanent loans with developers of affordable rental housing across the state. Prior to joining MHP she was at the City of Boston’s Department of Neighborhood Development for 15 years where she worked on a range of affordable housing programs including homeowner and rental rehabilitation initiatives, supportive service housing development and contract management, neighborhood planning for city-owned vacant land, and financial analysis and project management of rental and homeownership units developed across the neighborhoods of Boston.
Ms. Roe received her B.A. in History and Art History from McDaniel College, and her M.A. in Public Policy from Tufts University. She has served on the Board of the Association for Resident Control of Housing (ARCH), and is on the Housing and Community Development Committee of New England Women in Real Estate (NEWIRE). She joined the board of Stone House in September 2012.
Alison Smith is copywriter at Reebok International Ltd. in Canton, Massachusetts where she plays a key role in the company’s marketing, communications and branding. She previously worked for New England Sports Network and for FOX Sports Net and WREX-TV, both in Illinois. She has ten years of athletic coaching and training experience in the community, as well as youth mentoring and tutoring experience.
According to Alison, “I joined the Board of Directors of [Stone House] to make a positive and long-lasting contribution to the cause of providing support to victims of abuse and domestic violence. As a member of the Board, I hope to advance the level of care and assistance offered to victims, and further develop transitional programming to ensure that all residents have the opportunity to achieve success and stability in the future.”
Randall E. Whittle
Mr. Whittle came to the board of Stone House after nearly four decades of endeavor in the field of Child Welfare with the Department of Children and Families. Now retired, he began his career in social welfare and social justice in 1972 as a community organizer for the anti-poverty agency in New Bedford, Massachusetts in the waning days of the Office of Economic Opportunity and the War on Poverty. This seminal experience was formative to the values and interests that have guided and shaped his career in social service over the ensuing 37 years.
His work in child welfare was further informed and broadened by 20 years as an adjunct professor of Social Welfare Policy and Techniques of Interviewing and Counseling at Bristol Community College in Fall River, Massachusetts. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth and a Master of Arts degree in Social Rehabilitation from Assumption College, Worcester. He is a Licensed Certified Social Worker.
These complementary beliefs that government has a responsibility to its most vulnerable citizens and that public education plays a central role in the development of the skills and knowledge necessary to individual success in life have compelled his involvement in such voluntary advisory activities as the Headstart Program, Community Connections, Bridgewater State College School of Social Work, and now Stone House.
He is married and the father of four grown children.