New FairTest Board Members

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FairTest Examiner - July 2007

 

FairTest is pleased to announce the addition of three highly qualified professionals to its Board of Directors. These new members - MarieLou Catalano, Deborah Goldberg and Betty Rauch -- will help strengthen and expand the work of FairTest.

MarieLou Catalano, New York, NY. MarieLou comes to FairTest with more than 25 years experience in non-profit management and development with both US and international based organizations including the World Conference on Religion and Peace. She currently serves as the Director of Institutional Advancement for the Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center, a healthcare organization providing specialized nursing/rehabilitation care to "medically fragile" children with differing levels of abilities.

Deborah Goldberg, Brookline, MA. Deborah Goldberg, has worked as an attorney, retail executive and consultant, and has spent the last 20 years focused on public service and the non-profit world. Deb was a candidate for lieutenant governor of Massachusetts in 2006. For six years, she was a member of the Brookline Board of Selectman, including several as Chairman, and was responsible for the $190 million budget.

Deb is Chair of Adoptions With Love and sits on the Advisory Boards of the Taubman Center for State and Local Government at the Kennedy School and the Brookline Music School. She is an incoming board member at Harvard Hillel and incoming Trustee at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital. Deb has also been actively involved with numerous philanthropic activities including the Grow Clinic, the 100 Club, Planned Parenthood, and the Combined Jewish Philanthropies.

Betty Rauch, New York, NY. Betty specializes in marketing and communications in both the nonprofit and corporate sectors and has spent the past 14 years managing her own firm. She has done extensive work in the areas of branding and positioning, strategic planning, development and execution of advertising and PR programs, consumer and competitive research, and project management.

Betty currently serves as Board Chair for The Fortune Society; is a member of the Development and Marketing Committees of The New York Foundling, and the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts. She is a former member of Board or committee chair at Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, the Contemporary Arts Council of the Museum of Modern Art, The Parks Council, Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, Archives of American Art, and the International Theatre Institute.