Attendees at the Farewell to CEO Roz Rubin reception.
Past Board president Bob Clement, WCAC-TV Executive Director Maria Sheehan, WCAC-TV Board President Justin Barrett and Board Member Kelly Hill gather at the farewell reception for CEO Roz Rubin.
Opportunities for Inclusion staff members, along with current and future Board members, attend the Farewell to CEO Roz Rubin reception.
Staff members and consultants gather at the farewell reception for CEO Roz Rubin.
Board co-presidents John Peacock and Marcia MacClary present Roz with a bouquet of flowers at the Annual Meeting
Bud LaCava (center) with Kaitlyn Riley, volunteer and 2019 Board member, and Roz Rubin following the presentation of the Rags LaCava Community Service Award to Kaitlyn.
Erica Young (left) and Lisa Lincello (right) accept the 2018 Inaugural Inclusion Award from Roz Rubin.
Drew Echolson, Waltham Public Schools superintendent, and Kathy Horrigan, former Board member, with Dr. Nadene Stein, recipient of the Community Leadership Award for support of our School to Work Transitions program.
Justin Barrett (left), president of WCAC-TV's Board of Directors, Roz Rubin and Maria Sheehan, Executive Director of WCAC-TV and recipient of the Community Service Award.
Roz Rubin relates the many duties of a nonprofit CEO at her farewell reception.
Leah Cosby (left); Siobhan O'Connell, former McDevitt Middle School teacher; Maia Aucoin; and Julie Lamoly, Vice Principal of McDevitt Middle School following the presentation of the John L. Battaglino Award of Excellence to Siobhan and McDevitt Middle School.
Maia Aucoin (left), Leah Cosby, Cara Malone, Tracy Malone-Black and Adam Maher pose following the presentation of the John L. Battaglino Award of Excellence in memory of Russ Malone