Our Board 2016-12-08T14:22:39+00:00

Our Board

Carolyn Dalgliesh
Board President
Carolyn Dalgliesh is a professional organizer & space planner working to help children, families, and individuals get organized. She founded Systems for Sensory Kids, LLC, a leading edge organizing model that bridges the gap between clinical support and practical in-home solutions for rigid, anxious, and distracted kids. Carolyn has published numerous articles and presents regularly at conferences for parents, caregivers, and educators. Her book, “The Sensory Child Gets Organized” (Touchstone, 2013), teaches parents and educators how to tap into systems, routines, and visual aids to organize and empower their kids. In addition to her Sensory Organizing work, Carolyn does general organizing work for homes and small businesses as well as custom closet designs and installations as an Independent Representative of The Container Store’s professional in-home organization service, Contained Home. She lives in Rhode Island with her husband and two children.
Jim Scanlan
Board VP & Treasurer
Jim is an Independent Financial Advisor with more than 30 years’ experience in the financial services industry. Previously he was a Senior Planning Officer with Weston Financial Group, where he specialized in estate and business succession planning as well as, financial planning and asset management for owners of closely held companies, high net worth individuals and other professionals. Jim is a graduate of Stonehill College with a B.S. in Business Administration and is a CFP® practitioner. He has three grown children, and recently moved from North Kingstown, RI to Boston, MA. Other Appointments: Board member, Foundation Fighting Blindness of Massachusetts Board Member, Providence Rotary Charities Foundation Stonehill College Alumni Council – Past Wannamoisett Country Club Board of Governors 2012-2014 Providence Athenaeum – Investment Committee
Lesley Bogad
Board Secretary
Dr. Lesley Bogad is a professor of Educational Studies at Rhode Island College. She received her undergraduate degree in English and Education from Barnard College at Columbia University, and her Master’s and Ph.D. in Cultural Foundations of Education from Syracuse University. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in foundations of education, multiculturalism, qualitative research methods, and women’s studies. She also is the co-director of the Youth Development BA Program, and founder of the A.L.L.I.E.D. mentoring initiative. Her research interests include schooling for social justice, critical pedagogy, and using media and digital technologies as educational tools with youth. Lesley tries to work everyday to contribute to a more socially-just world, but sometimes she gets distracted by working in her garden, discovering toddler-centric Rhode Island with her son, surfing Facebook, or watching old episodes of Friday Night Lights on Netflix.
Martha Hultzman
Past President
Martha Hultzman is an audit director in Citrin Cooperman’s Rhode Island office with over 30 years of experience. Her special focus is serving not-for-profit organizations, commercial real estate entities, closely held, privately owned, and women-owned businesses. Previously, Martha was an audit principal at LGC+D, which joined Citrin Cooperman in 2016. At LGC+D, Martha helped to found the firm’s ‘Women Count’ Initiative, designed to support female staff members with mentoring and leadership training, as well as provide professional services specially tailored for the needs of women-owned and operated businesses. She specializes in not-for-profit tax consulting and employee benefit plans, where she directs limited and full scope ERISA retirement plan audits. Education & Licenses Martha earned a B.S. in Business Administration from Providence College. She is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Rhode Island and a Certified Global Management Accountant (CGMA).
Lee Beliveau
Leo (Lee) A. Beliveau III is Vice President of Development & Corporate Affairs with Comprehensive Community Action Program (CCAP), Rhode Island’s largest community action program and is responsible for CCAP’s strategic communications, marketing, fundraising and corporate outreach. He is an award-winning marketing, communications and philanthropy professional with over 30 years of experience in the public, private and non-profit sector having worked in New York City, Washington, D.C. and Rhode Island. Mr. Beliveau is a Rhode Island Commodore, a Trustee at The Community College of Rhode Island Foundation and is a member of the University Club of Providence, Rotary Club of Warwick and the Varnum Continentals. He serves on various community boards and commissions including: WaterFire Providence, Opportunities Unlimited and the RI General Assembly Joint Commission Studying the Education of Children with Autism in Rhode Island. Lee is a Past President of The Rhode Island Service Alliance, Past President of the Advertising Club of Southeastern New England, Past Vice President of AIDS Project Rhode Island and a 2001 graduate of Leadership Rhode Island. He holds a B.A. in Communications and Political Science from Iona College, New Rochelle.
Colleen Coggins
Colleen Coggins has interests in both education and real estate, and has been fortunate enough over her years in Rhode Island to indulge in both. After graduating Harvard she began working at the Boston Five Cent Savings Bank mostly in the mortgage department. She also worked for a law firm assisting with real estate closings. She has also bought, renovated and sold property. Her other passion for education led her to a Masters in Education from Lesley University, and teaching career in the Smithfield public schools. She also served on the board of Volunteers in Providence Schools, now called Inspiring Minds. Colleen was thrilled to indulge her real estate passion again recently when an historic home overlooking Narragansett Bay became available in Edgewood. She and her husband left Rumford after 20 years for this new perspective on our beautiful state. They have a daughter at Skidmore College.
Donna D'Aloia
Donna D’Aloia has been in private practice as a Marriage and Family Therapist since 1976. She is the President of Counseling and Psychological Services a multidisciplinary psychotherapy practice in Providence and Bristol RI. Along with her work with couples and families, Donna specializes in treating people with depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, PTSD and medical issues. She is a Fellow in the Academy of Pain Management and a Certified Integrative Health Coach through Duke University’s Program in Integrative Medicine. During the past two years she founded Whole Person Health, a program that partners with individuals and corporations to improve wellness through long-term behavioral changes.
Bill Devereaux
William P. Devereaux is a Partner with Pannone Lopes Devereaux & West LLC and leads the firm’s Criminal Defense and Health Care Teams. Mr. Devereaux represents individuals and corporations in the public, private, not-for-profit and nonprofit sectors, including hospitals, health care systems, clinical facilities and physicians. His experience includes white-collar criminal defense and complex litigation at the state and federal level. A prominent and highly respected member of the legal community, he was honored by his peers and judges with the AV Preeminent rating from Martindale Hubbell, which is the highest rating based on both legal ability and ethics. He has also been selected annually by his peers as a Best Lawyers in America®, and is recognized as a Civil Litigation and Criminal Defense Super Lawyer®. Attorney Devereaux earned his J.D. from Suffolk University School of Law and his undergraduate degree from Wesleyan University. He is admitted to practice law in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, U.S. District Court, First Circuit and the U.S. Court of Military Appeals for the Armed Forces. He has been a U.S. Navy Reservist since 1979.
Jennifer Jordan
Jennifer is the Communications Director/Writer for the national headquarters of City Year, a nonprofit fueled by national service that is dedicated to helping schools and students succeed. Jennifer graduated cum laude from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and has master’s degrees in history and journalism from San Francisco State University and Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, respectively. She has practiced yoga and mindfulness since 2000.
John Metz
John is currently Sr. Business Systems Analyst for IGT Corporation and is a practicing Project Management Professional with a PMP Certification from the Project Management Institute. He has over 25 years of international business experience which includes conducting business in more than 20 countries worldwide. He’s earned his MBA in International Business from Thunderbird Graduate School of Global Management and his BS in Industrial Management from Purdue University. John loves studying languages and can speak Japanese proficiently and has a knowledge of the German language. In addition to his professional career, John’s personal interests vary widely. From attending the opera at The Met in NYC, to participating in Tough Mudder and Spartan obstacle course mud races within the region; from traveling the world with loved ones, to dining out locally with good friends; John is up for just about anything and looks forward to contributing his knowledge and experience to the success of Center for Resilience