BCC Board Chair's Letter to the Editor Published by Boston Globe
The following letter to the editor was sent to The Boston Globe by our Board Chair, Charles Clark, and published today on page A16. This letter is in response to The Globe's recent article about MA Attorney General Martha Coakley and Boston Community Capital CEO Elyse Cherry.
Elisabeth Davis is the Salesforce Project Manager/Operations Manager at Boston Community Capital, where she leads system implementation and administration.
Over the past decade, Elisabeth has endeavored to improve capacity at mission-driven organizations. Previously, Elisabeth worked as a database administrator for youth program at the Boston Redevelopment Authority.
She earned her bachelors with honors from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Currently, she attends Boston University School of Management in pursuit of her MBA.
Lauren joined Boston Community Capital as a mortgage underwriter in October 2014. In this role, she reviews loan applications and works closely with clients to ensure that their loans are structured to be appropriate and sustainable.
George Mandell joined SUN and Boston Community Capital in 2014. He brings a wealth of underwriting and lending experience, as well as special projects experience.
George has worked for RADIAN/CMAC, Washington Mutual Bank and others previous to joining BCC. George has served as a volunteer on The Town of Milton Warrant (Budget) Committee for FY2009 and FY2010.
George is pursuing a Master of Public Policy degree with P/T studies at Northeastern University. “I like to help people, as much as I can.”
Meg joined BCC in October 2014 as a Mortgage Loan Originator and Negotiator. In this dual role, Meg assesses SUN Initiative applications and negotiates short sales and purchases.
Before joining BCC, Meg originated home improvement loans at Worcester Community Housing Resources Inc. Meg has served on the Central Massachusetts Housing Alliance's Board of Directors as Clerk and was a member of the United Way of Central Massachusetts Women's Initiative, on which she served on the Community Investment and Financial Literacy Committees.
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Mei See Law-Sandson brings extensive experience in commercial banking to her role at Boston Community Capital. As Senior Portfolio Analyst, she works closely with borrowers, ensuring compliance with BCLF’s requirements after closing and assisting Loan Fund staff in portfolio management. She conducts site visits and annual status reviews. Mei See also brings strong experience in credit analysis to the Loan Fund.
Jason Zhang joined Boston Community Capital in July 2014. He is responsible for accounting operations such as A/P, A/R, loan portfolio management, financial reporting and forecasting. Jason has more than ten years’ experiences in corporate accounting, financial analysis, fund operation and loan portfolio management.
Prior to joining Boston Community Capital, Jason worked at GL Capital Partner and Sachems Financial LLC as an Assistant Vice President in Finance.
Jason received his Bachelor’s degree from Worcester State University and holds an MBA from Clark University.