Daryl Wright will replace Elrette Marion as president of the Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation’s Board.
A resident since 1991, Wright is the vice president of YouthBuild USA and has a master’s degree in urban and environmental policy and planning from Tufts University, said a statement from Dorchester Bay.
Below is a list of the 2012 Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation Board submitted by the non-profit:
MARIA ANDRADE: Maria is the financial officer for Mujeres Unidas Avanzando.
WARREN BACON: Warren is the director of the US Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency’s Boston Office.
**BRIAN BIGLER: Vice President of the board, Bigler is employed by E Ink Corporation in Cambridge as a senior brand manager for global marketing.
PAUL BLACK: A 2012 Nominee, Paul is a commercial lending officer with Citizens Bank.
BETSY DRINAN: Betsy is one of the founding lead teachers of the Boston Teachers Union School, an innovative new pilot school highlighting teacher expertise and focused on student achievement.
AN H. DUONG: An Duong is an attorney and the community health and outreach manager at Quincy Medical Center and Steward Health Care.
CHRISTINE GREEN: Christine is the president of the Trefler Foundation.
**SHERINA HENDRIX: Vice president of the Small Business Committee, Sherina is currently a consultant for family Independence Initiative in Jamaica Plain.
**PHILIP HILLMAN: Board Ccerk, Phil is director of IndustrialaAccidents for the Commonwealth.
ROSALYN JOHNSON: Rosalyn is a Dorchester resident and member of the Cottage Brook Apartments Tenant Association.
EILEEN KENNER: Eileen is a resident of Dorchester Bay EDC's Cottage Brook Apartments and was formerly employed with the American Red Cross.
**ELRETTE MARION: Elrette is principal consultant/manager of the Ambulatory & Network Services at Children’s Hospital Boston.
RICHARD OLSON, JR: Richard was the consumer market executive for the Metro Boston Consumer Market and held several senior positions at Fleet Bank. He is involved with Community Servings, Fenway Community Health Center and the Greater Boston Business Council.
**DONALD WALSH: Board Treasurer, Don was director of community relations and economic development at NSTAR for 25 years. He oversaw Dorchester Bay’s Green Community Outreach Initiative and also chaired the City’s Columbia Point Master Plan Task Force.
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