Our Board & Advisors

The Natick Service Council Board of Directors is comprised of members who play an active and critical role in the organization's governance and are committed to the Natick community. NSC has a tradition of deep involvement by Board Members and Board Members are closely involved in many critical functions of the organization, including strategic direction, fundraising initiatives, and program design.


Andrew Meyer, President

Andy Meyer has resided in Natick with his family since 1999. He and his wife Betsy Rigby have raised three children: Anna, Katherine, and James. Andy has been a member, and a past president of the Rotary Club of Natick, and, as such, has served the Service Council in a number of ways, including holiday deliveries and volunteering in the food pantry.

Andy is a fifth term member of the Natick Planning Board. He owns and operates a local business called Medallion Healthcare Furnishings, Inc.

Donna Volpe Casey, Vice President

Donna joined NSC’s Board of Directors in December 2013. For many years, she has worked as a fundraiser and a Development Officer for nonprofit organizations. In addition, she is a Registered Health Information Administrator and has worked in various healthcare facilities in New England for over 25 years. Donna currently works for Emerson Hospital. She is a long-time Board member of the Massachusetts Health Information Management Association.

Donna is an active volunteer in the community and has been a Natick Town Meeting Member since 2000. She is a graduate of University of Massachusetts, Amherst and Northeastern University. Donna lives in Natick with her husband and children.

Kevin Chandley, Treasurer

Kevin has served on the NSC Board of Directors since 2009. He is a retired Vice President at MutualOne Bank. Prior to that he held the position of Treasurer of the former Natick Federal Savings Bank where he was employed for twenty-six years.

A long-time community volunteer, Kevin has served as a member of the Natick Rotary Club, the Sassamon Trace Golf Oversight Committee, Natick Downtown Associates and the Natick Basketball Association. He has also been a youth basketball coach and has taught Religious Education at his church. Kevin has lived in Natick for 29 years with his wife and their two sons.

Arthur Fair III, Clerk

Artie Fair served as President and Treasurer of Fair & Yeager Insurance Agency for over 43 years. He is active in the community, serving as President and Director: Natick Center Associates, Board of Directors and Trustees: Middlesex Savings Bank, Corporator Middlesex Savings Bank. He has been a member of Natick Rotary Club since 1983, serving as President and Director, and the recipient of Rotary International's prestigious Paul Harris Fellow award.

Artie's civic service includes: Director and Past President of the William Rizzo Community Foundation, President: Natick Basketball Association, Head Usher: St Patrick Church, TCAN board member, Natick Days Past Committee Member, Past Director: Mary Ann Morse Nursing Home & Heritage Assisted Living, Advisory Board: Natick Community Organic Farm, and Natick Historical Society, Sassamon Trace Golf Oversight Committee – Town of Natick.


Christine Ackerman

Christine Ackerman brings 15 plus years of experience in large nonprofit development operations to NSC. Her expertise fundraising and nonprofit development are assets to the organization's strategic plan.

Wade Blackman

Wade Blackman is the MetroWest district representative for Congresswoman Katherine Clark. In this role, Wade serves as the liaison for the MetroWest communities within the region. Prior to working for the Congresswoman Clark, Wade worked as an attorney in private practice for several years. Wade is a proud alum of City Year Boston, Northeastern University and Suffolk Law School.

In addition to joining the Natick Service Council Board in 2015, he remains an active volunteer with several different organizations including Voices Against Violence, United Way Tri-County and College For Every Student Brilliant Pathways.

Steeve Breton

Steeve Breton is the founder of Velocity Capital, a private equity real estate investment firm. Prior to launching Velocity Capital, Steeve built a successful career in IT Systems, responsible for multi-million dollar technology projects in the Biotech, Medical and Banking industries.

He holds an MBA from Babson College’s Olin School of Business where he is currently a guest lecturer. Steeve and his wife Marnie are long time Natick residents along with their three sons.

Michael Carr

Michael is a life-long Natick resident. He is an owner of a real estate development company and has served on NSC's Board of Directors since 2007.

Michael is active in the Natick community and a long-time benefactor of NSC.

Tim Dooling

Timothy V. Dooling serves as an Administrative Judge at the Massachusetts Industrial Accidents Board. Tim has previously served in various legal roles throughout state government, including as general counsel for State Auditor Suzanne Bump, as general counsel within the Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor & Workforce Development, as Massachusetts Parole Board’s chief legal counsel, as assistant general counsel for the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department, and as an assistant district attorney.

Tim is active in many civic activities in Natick including past service on the Zoning Board of Appeals, as well as the pastoral council at St. Patrick Church. Tim is a proud alum of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and New England Law Boston. For over a decade, Tim has taken part in the Best Buddies Challenge charity bike ride from Boston to Cape Cod.

Carol Gloff

Carol joined the NSC board in 2015 and was elected President in 2019. As the 1996 founder and principal of Carol Gloff & Associates, she has assisted the medical products industry in the areas of regulatory affairs, quality assurance and compliance, and drug and biologic product development.

Since moving to Natick in 1992, Carol has served the community in many ways, for example: former Selectman (2005-2014); former Finance Committee member (1997-2005 + 2015); current Town Meeting member; current Trustee of the Morse Institute Library and the MetroWest Health Foundation; and former member of Friends of the Morse Institute Library Steering Committee and the Natick Visiting Nurse Association Board of Directors. Other volunteer activities include President of the University at Buffalo Alumni Association (2013-2015), current member of the University at Buffalo Boldly Buffalo Campaign Steering Committee, and also sitting on the Board of Directors of the American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education. Carol received her education at the University at Buffalo (State University of New York) and University of California at San Francisco.

Steve Levinsky

Steve is a lecturer, team coach and glass artist all in one. After 16 years with Fidelity Investments, Steve retired and has launched his second set of careers.

Helping individuals, teams and businesses succeed has been a common thread throughout Steve’s 30-year career. Along with his day-to-day work, Steve regularly lectures with the Stockholm School of Economics and guest lectures at Boston University and with the Conference Board. Steve is a Partner of Wellesley Partners.

Involvement in the community is a core value with Steve. He is Chairman of Natick’s Personnel Board, Chairman of the MetroWest Visitor’s Bureau, Incorporator of Middlesex Saving Bank and serves on NSC's Investment Committee. Steve is a Trustee of Allegheny College serving on the Executive and Audit Committees and Chairs the Investment Committee.

Steve is a graduate of Allegheny College in Political Science and Economics. He holds a patent, several trademarks and copywrites and a first-place medal from the New York Film Festival.

Steve and Denise live in Natick, and have two lovely daughters. Sophie is an elementary school teacher in Washington, DC and Arabella works in the craft brewing industry in Vermont.

Ellen McKeon-Levine

Since moving to Natick in 1991, Ellen has served on a variety of town boards  including Memorial School PTO, The Natick Drama Workshop and Natick Little League. She is also a former Town Meeting member and member of Natick Women's softball. She also volunteers for Special Olympics of Massachusetts and for the Community Outreach Project of Roxbury.

Ellen served for 31 years as a career nurse at Brigham and Women's Hospital. Recently, she graduated as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner and started a new career at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston.

Patrick Moynihan, Immediate Past President

Pat Moynihan grew up in Natick, and attended Natick Public Schools and Marian High School. He and his wife Kathy raised their four children in Natick. Pat is a sole practitioner attorney and consultant. Prior to his current occupation, Pat served in government for over 22 years, both on the local level as Town Administrator for the Town of Northbridge, and on the state level as an Assistant Attorney General, Deputy Commissioner and Chief Counsel for the Massachusetts Highway Department, Undersecretary and General Counsel for the Executive Office of Transportation (now MassDOT), General Manager of the MBTA, Central Artery/Tunnel Project Director, and Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation. In addition to his government career, Pat spent seven years as chief operating officer and general counsel for a privately held commercial real estate development and property management firm in Natick.

Pat's community activities include service as an elected official in Natick, where he was a member of the Board of Selectmen and the Recreation and Parks Commission. Pat has also been a coach for the Natick Youth Football League and Natick Little League. He can also be seen volunteering weekly in the  NSC Heart Healthy Food Pantry.

Pat attended Northeastern University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. He subsequently received his law degree from New England School of Law in 1988 and in 1998 received an honorary doctor of laws degree, also from New England School of Law.

Jim Sculock

Prior to retiring, Jim was the Global V.P. for Financial Services at EDS and North American V.P. for Financial Services at HP. Jim served on the Natick Finance Committee for five years and is a member of Natick Rotary.

Jim and his wife Pat have lived in Natick since 1983. Jim and Pat have served the Natick Service Council for many years including multiple food drives, the holiday programs, the food pantry and the annual gala.

Randy Waters

Randy Waters has worked in the Public Housing Field for 36 years. He started his career as a Construction Advisor for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, traveling to communities throughout the state helping Local Housing Authorities (LHA) with construction and modernization projects.

For the last 10 years he served as an Assistant Director and Executive Director managing the operations and challenges of the Watertown and Natick Local Housing Authorities.

Eva Willens

Eva has worked in the public transportation sector for over 11 years. She is currently the Deputy Administrator of the MetroWest Regional Transit Authority (MWRTA). The MWRTA provides public transportation to 16 member communities, including Natick.

Eva's role focuses on daily management and decision making/resolution of administration, financial, staff and contractors.

Eva has spent her entire life in Natick. She and her husband have raised two daughters here and managed a family business in town for over 25 years. Eva has been a town meeting member and served on various committees throughout the years. She is especially honored and proud to have the opportunity to have a guiding role on the Natick Service Council Board of Directors.

David Zaltas

David established Sunrock Development Corp., a real estate development company focusing on residential construction and the acquisition of commercial investment property in the Metrowest area, in 1996. Prior to starting Sunrock, David practiced real estate law for ten years with a concentration in commercial and residential conveyancing. 

David has previously served as a Trustee for the MaryAnn Morse Nursing Home and currently serves on the Board of Directors for 2Life Communities. He is a Natick Public Schools alum, a graduate of Union College and the Boston University School of Law. David can be spotted helping NSC out with Food Pantry home deliveries and with our cardboard recycling efforts.


Violetta A. Tutuny

Vi was a life-long resident of Natick and teacher (retired) in the Natick Public School system for nearly forty years. Vi was affiliated with the Natick Service Council since 1991, serving as long time pantry volunteer and Board Member. The Vi Tutuny Food Pantry is named in her honor.

Vi is on Natick High School's Wall of Achievement and has served on numerous town committees, including the Johnson School Committee, the Natick Athletic Hall of Fame Committee, and the Natick Education Foundation -where she was awarded the Harriet F. Siegel Shining Light Award. Vi is a life-long member of Natick's Albanian Orthodox Church and currently serves as Vice Chairwoman of the Church's Parish Council and Vetetima Women's Society.

Natick Service Council is inspired by all of Vi's work and honors her legacy every day through the Vi Tutuny Heart Healthy Food Pantry.