The GreenLight Fund operates in Boston, where it was founded, and in Philadelphia and the San Francisco Bay Area. Led by a local Executive Director and guided by a local Selection Advisory Council, each region runs its own process to identify local needs and select portfolio organizations that can meet these needs.

GreenLight envisions a growing national network of local GreenLight Funds that find and spread nonprofit solutions that can make the greatest, most needed impact in cities and regions around the country.


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About Family Independence Initiative
About Youth Villages' Transitional Living Program
About Peer Health Exchange
About Raising A Reader Massachusetts
About Friends of the Children-Boston

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GreenLight Fund Boston

200 Clarendon Street, 29th Floor
Boston, MA 02116
Margaret Hall, Executive Director
(617) 912-8981

Selection Advisory Council

Melissa Anquilla, Bank of America Charitable Foundation
Judi Bohn, Facing History and Ourselves
Chuck Brizius, Thomas H. Lee Partners
Bithiah Carter, New England Blacks in Philanthropy
Maureen Curley, Campus Compact
Melanie Damsker Camp, Combined Jewish Philanthropies
Michael Danziger, The Steppingstone Foundation
Marc Dohan, Twin Cities Community Development Corporation
Barry Dym, Institute for Nonprofit Management and Leadership, Boston University School of Management
Mark Elefante, Hemenway & Barnes LLP
Nancy Gardiner, Hemenway & Barnes LLP
Pete Giorgio, Monitor Group
Andy Hahn, Heller School, Brandeis University
Margaret Hall, GreenLight Fund
Vanessa Kirsch, New Profit Inc.
Steve Koppel, Community Volunteer
Jon Lemelman, Riverside Partners
Christy Mach Dube, Eos Foundation
Melinda Marble, Barr Foundation
Kristin McSwain, Boston Opportunity Agenda
Jim Pallotta, Raptor Capital Management LP
Michael Pappone, Goodwin Procter LLP
Charley Polachi, Polachi Access Executive Search
Geeta Pradhan, The Boston Foundation
Kim Prendergast, MetroWest Free Medical Program
Deborah Re, Big Sister Association of Greater Boston
Casey Recupero, Year Up
Marjorie Ringrose, Social Venture Partners - Boston
Mark Rosen, Charlesbank Capital Partners
Bill Schnoor, Goodwin Procter
David Shapiro, MENTOR
John Simon, Sigma Prime Ventures
Jon Skinner, William Blair & Company
Gary Smith, Youth Development Advocate
Linda Whitlock, Community Volunteer

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