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Karen E. Kelleher brings more than 20 years of experience driving housing affordability and building strong, inclusive communities to her role as Executive Director of LISC Boston.
Margaret Keaveny is responsible for LISC lending and investment to foster equitable and inclusive housing and comunity development initiatives, and technical assistance to support real estate development and enhance community capacity.
Karleen Porcena manages the expansion of all income, asset building, entrepreneurship, and neighborhood economic development activities. In addition, as the Massachusetts Kiva Advisor, Karleen ensures that entrepreneurs with barriers to accessing loans through traditional financial institutions are able to access no-interest capital for business needs.
Emily Jones is responsible for helping affordable housing owners understand energy use in their buildings, implement energy-saving measures, and incorporate clean energy technologies and healthy housing measures.
Tia Vice serves as the Program Officer - Program Operations for LIS Boston. Tia is responsible for strategiec communications and the management of LISC Boston's AmeriCorps Program.
Marilyn Sanchez provides operational support to staff. She serves on the board of the Alliance (Advancing Community Development by Confronting Racism), a joint initiative launched by LISC Boston and MACDC.