“We are so excited to have these four individuals join the AFC Family, and we know that their diverse skills and talents will be of great benefit to our organization,” said Colby Swettberg, AFC’s Executive Director. The four new Board Members are: Terry Dalton, of Citizens Bank, Jennifer Gugliotti of John Hancock Financial Services, Monica Neuman of McDermott Will & Emery LLP and Anna Vouros of Mass General Hospital.
Senior Vice President/Director at Citizens Bank
Terry is a Senior Vice President/Director at Citizens Bank, Boston, managing foreign exchange payments services for corporations and Wealth Management customers. In addition, he is responsible for international financial institution banking services. Prior to his current role, Terry held positions in foreign exchange and global trade banking with Fleet Financial Group, State Street Bank, BayBank Boston and Deak-Perera, New York and Boston.
Terry holds a B.A. in Modern Languages from Trinity College, Hartford, CT and is a graduate of the LeadBoston 2011 Social Justice Leadership Development program with a focus on LGBTQ health issues. He is trained in southern Italian cooking, resides outside Boston and enjoys exploring Boston’s cultural diversity and architectural history.
Jennifer Gugliotti, J.D.
AVP & Counsel, Corporate Law, Governance and Intellectual Property at John Hancock Financial Services
Jennifer has been with John Hancock Financial Services since 2005, and in her current role, she is responsible for the global protection of one of America’s oldest and most recognized brands. She manages and enforces all of John Hancock’s intellectual property including trademarks, copyrights and patents. She oversees John Hancock’s social media presence, including corporate and third party use.
Additionally, Jennifer provides legal support to all John Hancock marketing teams, Brand Communications, Sponsorship and The Office of Social Responsibility for the promotion of the John Hancock brand. This support includes advertisement, promotion and contract review and collaboration on sponsorship initiatives such as the Boston Marathon, Pan Mass Challenge, Best Buddies and John Hancock Fenway Fantasy Day. Jennifer received an LL.M in Taxation from Boston University School of Law, a J.D. from Suffolk Law School and a BA in Political Science and Legal Studies from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Jennifer also currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Women’s Leadership Council for the United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley.
Monica Neuman, J.D.
Partner at McDermott Will & Emery LLP
Monica Neuman is a partner in the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery LLP and a member of the firm’s Health Industry Practice Group. Monica represents a wide range of clients, including private equity firms (in their health care transactions), and life sciences companies, academic medical centers, hospitals, physician group practices, health insurers, and a variety of other health care organizations in their corporate transactions and regulatory matters. Monica enjoys serving as a member of McDermott’s Diversity/Inclusion Committee. She previously served on the Firm’s national coordinating Committee for pro bono activities, and her own pro bono practice focuses on advocating on behalf of children with special education needs. For her pro bono efforts she was among four nominees for the 2014 Pro Bono Private Practice Attorney of the Year award offered by Chambers USA Women in Law, and has received the American Health Lawyers Association Pro Bono Champion Award twice, as well the John Edward Smith Child Advocacy Award. Monica also enjoys her appointment to the Boston Children’s Hospital Trust Latino Advisory Council, a Latino initiative at Boston Children’s Hospital with a mission to improve the health of children in New England by raising funds for underserved children, with a focus on Latino patients and families. She received her J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law, and her B.A. from Brandeis University.
Anna Vouros, M.D.
Primary Care at Massachusetts General Hospital
Anna graduated from Dartmouth College and Dartmouth Medical School and subsequently trained at Boston University and Boston City Hospitals before joining Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School in 1995. She currently sees patients in the Bulfinch Medical Group and teaches residents and medical students. She is on the board of the National Charity League and a member of The Philanthropy Connection. She is an active member of the Concord, MA community, where she lives with her husband and three children.