Board of Trustees

Meet our Trustees

Scot Butcher: Chair of Board

Scot is a co-founder and principal of Tax Incentive Finance, LLC, located in Providence, Rhode Island and Boston, Massachusetts and Tax Incentives Consultants, LLC located in Providence, Rhode Island, Boston, Massachusetts and Charlotte, North Carolina. (Read more)

Katie Dolan, MBA: Treasurer

Katie graduated from Boston College as a marketing major and Rivier College with an MBA. Her mission has always been to be involved in service. Katie was a member of the Autism Speaks Development Committee for four years. (Read more)

Greg Furst: Trustee

Greg Furst helped establish the New England Bike to the Beach charity bike ride in 2012. This 100-mile bike ride from Boston to Newport has raised over $500K for Autism charities and organizations – including Crossroads – and continues to grow every year.  Greg initially got involved in the ride because of two incredible friends – one who is on the spectrum, and the other who has dedicated his career to supporting the cause. (Read more)

Catherine Wright: Trustee

Catherine Wright is the Director of Product Development at Definitive Healthcare, a healthcare data and analytics company based in Framingham, MA. Catherine joined Definitive Healthcare as an analyst in 2014 and since that time, the company has quickly grown from 20 employees to over 350 employees. Definitive Healthcare aims to facilitate better conversations and better results in the healthcare industry through the availability of accurate and innovative healthcare data. (Read more)

Albert Rex: Trustee

Albert Rex is Partner, Director of the Northeast Office of MacRostie Historic Advisors, a national historic tax credit consulting firm with offices in Washington, D.C., Chicago, and Boston.  The firm has been actively involved with developers, lenders, and investors on over $2 billion of historic projects in 39 states.  During his 20-year career, Albert has focused on the economic impact of historic rehabilitation. He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1992 from the University of Rhode Island.  He received his Master’s Degree in Historic Preservation from Boston University in 1994 and did MBA coursework at Babson College. (Read more)

Jim Lamb: Trustee

Jim is a retired pharmaceutical executive with extensive experience in senior management, marketing and sales. Following his retirement, he worked with several non-profit organizations in business development, employment services and building capacity. The past 12 years he worked with and organization which provided programs and services for individuals with intellectual and other disabilities. (Read More)

Cathy Kea: Trustee

In addition to raising 3 children, Cathy has dedicated herself to volunteering. She is currently an active member of several philanthropic boards including the Southborough Community Fund and Algonquin Regional School committee. Cathy spends several hours each week doing volunteer work in food pantries and delivering meals to the elderly. 

Robert Kea: Trustee

Bob is a Principal and Chief Investment Officer at Greenport Capital Advisors. Prior to GreenPort, he had a 28-year career in portfolio management where he was a founding member and Co-Head of Putnam’s Asset Allocation Group. Bob has been active in many charities including Hub Financial Charities.

Mark Dumas: President and CEO (Ex-Officio)

Dr. Dumas comes to the role of CEO and President of Crossroads as part of a 20+ year professional journey and career; a professional career that has embodied service to individuals and families with a wide range of behavioral health needs including individuals with ASD through academic experience, consultation, practice, executive management and public service.  Most recently, Dr. Dumas was in state government as a public servant working at the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) in the Policy, Planning and Children’s Services Unit.  There he was involved in a wide range of professional activities within the Autism Division including the Children’s Autism Waiver Program, the Autism Commission, in state-wide eligibility initiatives for the ASD population, and a member of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) special education advisory task force. (Read more)

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