Bruce Henderson is President of Matrix USA, Inc., an international consulting firm of 30+ years building bridges between information-technology markets in the U.S. and Japan. He is chair and co-founder of NewtonSTEM and previously has served as chair of the Newton Community Education Commission, trustee of the First Unitarian Society in Newton, and president of two parent-teacher organizations. He has an MBA from Harvard Business School and an AB in Economics from Princeton University.
Alex Schultz is an Associate for a Boston-based real estate private equity firm focused on acquisitions and asset management of multifamily properties. He is co-founder of Rocky Beach Ventures, a real estate investment firm based in Maine. Prior to working in real estate, he started a backpack and luggage company manufacturing and selling luggage and accessories online and through local retailers. Alex grew up outside of Boston and has a BA in US History from Vanderbilt University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Tamirirashe (Tami) Gambiza, CPA, CGMA, is a Senior Audit Manager at CohnReznick, a national accounting, tax and advisory firm, with over 12 years in the public accounting industry. His work spans financial services of not-for-profits, state colleges, universities, and state agencies and authorities. His focus is on the real estate industry, including affordable housing, commercial, developers, management agents, low-income housing and historic tax credits, asset management, and due diligence. His work also includes operational and integrated audits and internal controls over financial reporting. He has a BS in Accounting from Bellevue University in Nebraska. He is an active member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants (MSCPA), where he is an active member of the MSCPA Accounting and Audit Committee.
David Hale has been a partner at Omni Properties, LLC since 2002 and focuses solely on Omni development projects. David has developed expertise permitting projects using Chapter 40B and has been responsible for the acquisition, development strategy, permitting, and financing of Omni’s multifamily and retail projects. Over the years, Omni has assembled land and entitled 660 residential units mostly using Chapter 40B, the state’s affordable housing law. Of the 660 units, 124 have affordability restrictions. David is a current board member of Partakers, an organization that provides mentors to incarcerated people as they try to achieve a college education. David was also a past board member (2008-2014) and chair of the Concord Housing Development Corporation (CHDC), the town of Concord’s affordable housing development entity. Before joining Omni, David was President and CEO of Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi (BTM) Capital Corporation, which specialized in investment banking and large-ticket secured lending/leasing. David received a master’s degree in Business Administration from Harvard Business School and a BS/BA from Babson College.
President & CEO
The President & CEO of CLT serves in an ex officio capacity on the CLT Board.
Alberto Chang, LCSW, is a bilingual outpatient clinician providing psychotherapy at Lahey Health Behavioral Services in Lawrence, MA. Prior to his current role, Alberto spent 20 years in the business world, including 15 years as a CPA at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he provided management consulting and litigation support services. He has a MSW from Simmons College, an MBA from Columbia University, and a BSE in Accounting and Decision Sciences from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Atyia Martin
Dr. Atyia Martin is the CEO and Founder of All Aces, Inc., an alternative to traditional diversity, equity, and inclusion consulting and professional development. Their online learning community, IntentionallyAct.com, supports their mission to activate consciousness, catalyze critical thinking, and transform capabilities that advance racial equity and build resilience. Dr. Martin is also a Distinguished Senior Fellow at Northeastern University’s Global Resilience Institute. She has over 20 years of experience in public service and mission-driven organizations.
As a certified emergency manager, her previous professional roles include Chief Resilience Officer for the City of Boston, director of the Office of Public Health Preparedness at the Boston Public Health Commission, and adjunct faculty in the Master of Homeland Security and Public Policy programs at Northeastern University. Dr. Martin has also held positions at the Boston Police Department’s Boston Regional Intelligence Center; City of Boston’s Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management; the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI); the Air Force as active duty assigned to the National Security Agency; and the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City.
David Rosenblatt is a partner in the Boston-based law firm, Burns & Levinson. He served as Managing Partner of the firm for 24 years, stepping down in April, 2023. David practices in the area of environmental law where he specializes in assisting clients in cleaning up contaminating property and complying with environment laws, regulations and permitting requirements. Outside the office, David has focused on lawyer mental health issues. In 2018-2019, he served on the Supreme Judicial Court’s Steering Committee on Lawyer Well-Being, which was formed to explore and make recommendations regarding the state of well-being in the legal profession. He currently serves as a Board member and Treasurer of Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, a nonprofit that promotes well-being, resilience and mental health for lawyers in Massachusetts.
Alexandra Schweitzer is a Senior Fellow at the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government at the Harvard Kennedy School, focusing on programs to address social determinants of health like unstable housing.
Alexandra specializes in leading complex new ventures and transformation initiatives from strategy through successful execution, including integrated systems of medical, behavioral, and social care for vulnerable populations. She has held several board leadership positions and is currently Board Chair at Goddard House, a not-for-profit assisted living and memory care residence in Brookline MA known for its creative aging programs.
Alexandra has a Master’s in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School and a B.A. in English and American Literature from Brandeis University. A lifelong learner, she has completed an executive MBA at Columbia University and other post-graduate programs.
Marva Serotkin spent 35 years as a healthcare executive leading organizations that serve under-resourced populations across the continuum of care. Marva has applied this experience and passion to serve and lead the boards of directors of several not-for-profit organizations. Currently she is the co-chair of the board of directors of Social Venture Partners Boston, where she consults with emerging not-for-profits in Boston and chairs the board of directors of Harmon Apartments LLC, an affordable supportive housing development for people with disabilities, that was planned and constructed by The Boston Home while she was President for 20 years. Marva is the Treasurer of the board for Codman Square Health Center and is a member of the Newton Housing Partnership. She is a former President of the Mass Public Health Association and Mass Senior Care Association and Director of the Shattuck Hospital. She has been honored by the Mass Health Council for outstanding contribution in promoting and protecting the health of residents of Massachusetts. Marva has a Master in Public Health from Yale University and a BA from Boston University.
Amanda Wall is Deputy General Counsel for MassDevelopment, having served previously as the Deputy General Counsel and later the General Counsel for the Edward Davis Company, responsible for all legal matters and assisting the company’s Chief Operating Officer. Earlier Amanda served as the Director of Support Services for the Lawrence Police Department, where she managed the Department’s operating budget, maintained oversight and management of all Department grants, and advised the Police Chief on legal and budgetary matters. Prior to her work in Lawrence, Amanda served as a staff attorney for the Boston Police Department, where she advised the Police Commissioner on legal issues and represented the Department in legal and administrative proceedings. Amanda holds a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the College of the Holy Cross.