Frances K. Moseley, Principal of State Street Global Advisors and former President and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston, and Dr. Frederick C. Cabot, Emeritus Professor of English at Pine Manor College, have been named to the Board of Trustees of Pine Manor College.
"The College is fortunate to have the addition of these two prominent members of the Boston community to the Board of Trustees," said Gloria Nemerowicz, President of the College. "Ms. Moseley's contributions and dedication to Boston's youth will play an invaluable role in Pine Manor College's increasing involvement with the Boston community. Dr. Cabot's extensive academic background and commitment to women¹s education make him an excellent selection."
Prior to joining State Street Global Advisors, a division of State Street Bank Corp., Ms. Moseley served as President and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston from 1992-1998, and was the first woman of color to head the organization. Ms. Moseley has 20 years of experience in Boston's corporate sector, including service as a senior manager at John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company, consumer affairs manager with Boston Edison and as associate director of promotions at WGBH-TV. Ms. Moseley is currently a Trustee of the Belmont Hill School, the Massachusetts Sports Partnership, the New England Aquarium and the Wang Center for the Performing Arts. She is also a Director of Tufts Associated Health Plans, Inc. A graduate of the University of Denver, Ms. Moseley was recently named one of the 100 most influential people in Boston by Boston magazine.
Dr. Cabot was a member of the Pine Manor College's faculty for 23 years and chaired the College's Humanities Division. He is currently the President of the Board of the Longy School of Music in Cambridge. Before beginning his career at Pine Manor, Professor Cabot served on the faculty of Middlebury College. Dr. Cabot is a graduate of Harvard College and received his Ph.D. from the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
Thu, June 24, 1999
by Pine Manor College