Mike currently serves as Chief Executive Officer of the Telamon Insurance Network, and remains the sole owner of his agencies, other than Marketing Associates Financial Services where he has one partner. After graduating from college, Mike immediately entered the insurance industry. His first job was with the Travelers Insurance Company. Twenty-two years later, after holding such positions as Commercial Lines Manager, Marketing Manager, Claims Manager, President, COO, CFO, and CEO of a large local insurance agency, he decided to venture out on his own in order to establish a multi-dimensional insurance entity, one that would provide a full range of products to both brokers and insureds with an emphasis on customer service. Mike has been committed to the Charitable Foundation since inception and is a motivational factor for the board.
Greg M. Susco - Vice President
Henry W. Clark, ESQ.
Mr. Clark has advised numerous organizations providing special education and human services in Massachusetts and the Northeast. Prior to practicing law, Mr. Clark served for thirteen years as the Executive Director of the Massachusetts Association of Chapter 766 Approved Private Schools. This organization is comprised of over one hundred licensed private facilities providing services to mentally and physically challenged children in Massachusetts. Mr. Clark serves as a member of the board of directors for numerous human service and educational organizations in Massachusetts. A 1967, phi beta kappa, graduate of Illinois College and a Fulbright Scholar, Mr. Clark graduated from Harvard Divinity School in 1971. In 1984, Mr. Clark received his Ph.D. in Ethics from Boston College, and in 1989, graduated cum laude, from Suffolk University Law School. Mr. Clark was admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and to the United States District Court, District of Massachusetts.
As the Senior Vice President of Boston Private Bank & Trust Company, Nick is responsible for managing and developing the Bank’s strategic client relationships within the Deposit Management area, concentrating on the Bank’s private partnership efforts. Nick is the Co-Founder of The Association for Private Partnerships, an organization encompassing the venture capital, private equity and real estate investment industries. This organization includes the Venture Capital CFO Roundtable Discussion, the CFO Speaker Series, and the Private Partnership Forum. Prior to his current position, Nick served as Treasury Officer, where his responsibilities included managing the Bank’s balance sheet activity, including interest rate risk and capital adequacy. Nick is a former mathematics teacher at Trinity-Pawling School, a college preparatory school in Pawling, New York.
Nick holds a B.A. degree in Economics and Political Science from the University of Vermont, an M.Ed in Curriculum and Teaching from Boston University, and an MBA from the F.W. Olin School of Business at Babson College.
Nick is a founding board member and Treasurer of Phoenix Charter Academy, a charter school serving students ages 15-21 in Chelsea, Lynn and Revere. In 2009, Nick was recognized by the Boston Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” as one of the most promising leaders in Boston.
Tom is a Principal at WestView Capital Partners, a $200M private equity firm focused on lower-middle market companies. Prior to joining WestView Capital Partners, he was a Director at CIBC Capital Partners, a private equity group with $1.5 billion under management, where he invested in mid-market business services companies. Prior to entering the private equity industry, Tom was a Co-Founder and an Associate at Revolution Partners, a technology investment bank focused on mergers and acquisitions and private capital financings for small to medium-sized companies. Before starting Revolution Partners, he was an Analyst in investment banking at Robertson Stephens focused on the software industry. Before a career in finance, Tom spent time working for the Clinton Administration in the Office of Advance & Scheduling at the White House. Tom received his B.A. in History from Harvard College and his MBA from Harvard Business School.