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Trustee Biographies

Earl M.Collier, Jr. Mr. Collier has spent his career in healthcare, most recently as CEO of Arsenal Medical, from which he retired in 2015.  From 1997 to 2010, Mr. Collier was Executive Vice President at Genzyme Corporation, where he was responsible for building and overseeing several of Genzyme’s business units.  He also served as President of Vitas Healthcare, a partner at the Washington, DC-based law firm of Hogan and Hartson, and as Deputy Administrator of the Health Care Finance Administration (now CMS) in the Department of Health and Human Services. Mr. Collier sits on the boards of Tesaro, Capricor and Transmedics. He is Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Newton-Wellesley Hospital, and a member of the Board of Trustees of Partners HealthCare. He is member of the Grolier Club in New York and the Book Club of California in San Francisco and serves on the board of the Codex Foundation. He earned a BA at Yale University and a JD at the University of Virginia Law School.

Timothy W. Diggins. Tim Diggins, a Ropes & Gray partner since 1992, is a member of the firm's corporate department, and is the co-head of the firm’s sovereign investment and derivatives practice groups. Tim and his wife Debb live on Beacon Hill, and have two teen-age children. Tim is Co-Chair of the Board of Overseers of Brigham and Women’s Hospital and a Director of the Boston Celebrity Series, and was until recently a long-time trustee of the Boston Ballet. Tim received a BA (Latin and Greek Classics) from The College of the Holy Cross, and a JD from the University of Chicago. He studied in Germany under a grant from the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst. Tim has pursued his interests in the Classics since college, and has collected a substantial personal library of works in Latin and Greek.  It was the Athenæum’s collection of Latin and Greek works, and of ancient philosophy and commentaries, that initially drew Tim to the Athenæum.  Tim is a long-time member and is a Proprietor of the Athenæum.

J. Mark Enriquez. Mark Enriquez is currently Managing Director, Powerhouse Capital LLC. Previously, he served as chairman and founding manager of Pulse Trading, a brokerage firm he started in 2000 and sold to State Street in 2011. Mr. Enriquez was a Senior Vice President and Director of Electronic Trading at State Street Brokerage from 1997 until 2000, and before that was a partner and Manager of Business Development for the MacGregor Group where he was responsible for new product development in the areas of trading and management systems.  Prior to MacGregor, he was a Senior Systems Consultant for the Putnam Companies where he developed risk analysis and derivatives trading models. Mr. Enriquez received a BA from Boston University and an MBA from Babson College. Mr. Enriquez’s involvement at the Boston Athenæum has been strong, as he has been a member of the 10½ Circle, a donor to the Washington Encyclopedia project, and a frequent attendee at Athenæum programs. He loves and collects books and has become a Proprietor.  Mr. Enriquez is currently involved in private investing and philanthropy, and he is also an avid hockey fan and continues to play in an adult league.

Roger Haynes. A Virginian by birth and a Bostonian by choice, Roger Haynes has been a commercial insurance broker for over thirty years. He began his career at Johnson & Higgins in Boston, specializing in the risk management needs of financial services companies. He is coauthor of the authoritative manual, Bank Insurance and Risk Management, and has several times been a speaker the American Banking Association’s Insurance Risk Management Forum. He founded and ran the North American Management Liability Practice for the Sedgwick Group and today is Area Executive Vice President for Gallagher in Boston. Roger is a Vietnam veteran, serving with the Army Security Agency as a traffic analyst and French/Cambodian language specialist. For the last year of his service there, he provided the daily signal intelligence briefing to the command staff and was awarded the Bronze Star for his service. After graduating cum laude from Brandeis University, Roger entered graduate school at the University of Virginia, where he studied textual criticism and bibliography in the program founded by Fredson Bowers.  He and a team of graduate students and faculty built a working replica of an eighteenth-century wooden printing press that is still used today in the curriculum of the Rare Book School at UVA. He graduated with a master’s degree in English. Roger had his first guest card at the Athenæum in 1970 and today is a Proprietor and active discussion group participant. Besides the Boston Athenæum, Roger is also passionate about golf and his family. He and his wife, Adelaide, live in Milton and enjoy books, theatre, music, art, and holidays with their children and grandchildren.

Clarissa C. Hunnewell. Lila Hunnewell, a graduate of Princeton and the Harvard Business School, currently works as chief investment officer for Boston University. Prior to May 2011, for 20 years, she was a managing director of Cambridge Associates, a Boston-based consulting firm that specializes in working with nonprofit institutions. Earlier in her career, Ms. Hunnewell was an investment banker with Brown Brothers Harriman, First Boston Corporation, and BNE Associates. Ms. Hunnewell’s prior service as an Athenæum Trustee spanned the years 1998 to 2010, and included holding the office of vice president from 2002 until 2008. She lives in Wellesley with her husband and two children.

David P. Ingram. David Ingram retired after 20 years as an investment consultant and managing director at Cambridge Associates, LLC, a global investment consulting firm. His client work took him extensively to the U.K., continental Europe, and Asia. His earlier financial career was at Bank of Boston in a series of assignments which included specialized commercial lending and corporate finance. Between graduating from Harvard College and the Harvard Business School, Mr. Ingram spent eight years with the Peace Corps as both a volunteer in Malaysia and as a staff member based in Washington D.C. with oversight responsibilities for countries in East Asia and the Pacific. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Rockport, Maine.

Aimée Vincent Jamison. A Member of the Boston Athenæum since 2015 and a Proprietor since 2019, Aimée Vincent Jamison is a lifelong bibliophile and avid reader. She first joined the Athenæum while living in Woodside, California; when work resulted in a return to Boston in 2018, she was delighted to engage more actively with the library and its collections. Ms. Jamison holds a BA in English from Duke University and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.  She is an investor in early-stage technology companies, and has worked with a variety of nonprofit, education and community organizations in Seattle, Tokyo, and California. Ms. Jamison is a former President of the Las Lomitas Education Foundation, and served as a Trustee of the Eaglebrook School in Deerfield, MA. She and her husband are the parents of two teenage boys.

Darlene C. Jarrell. Darlene C. Jarrell, a native of New York City, came to Boston three years ago after seven years in Portland, Maine.  She has a lifetime of experience in a variety of positions related to education, history and culture.  A licensed Speech and Language Pathologist for 25 years, Darlene has practiced in hospitals, schools and university clinic settings with a focus on language disorders in young children. She also has a lengthy history of service to museums and historic sites having served as a volunteer in New York at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, in Maine at the Portland Museum of Art, and most recently in Boston at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Darlene earned her BA in Art History from Barnard College and her MS in Speech and Language Pathology from Teachers College, Columbia University. She is a proud member of the Athenæum and serves as an active docent. She lives in Wellesley with her husband and their three children.

Winston E. Langley. A Member of the Boston Athenæum since 2015 and a Proprietor since 2016, Winston E. Langley is an eminent scholar of international organization and global governance as well as a seasoned educational administrator. He has been involved with the University of Massachusetts Boston for 45 years, and is currently a professor emeritus of Political Science and International Relations and Senior Fellow at the McCormack Graduate School for Policy and Global Studies. Dr. Langley’s scholarly interests include human rights, alternative models of world order, religion, and politics. His research has focused on the inadequacy of the nation-state system, the weakness of intergovernmental organizations, nongovernmental organizations’ expanding power and influence, and the paucity of alternative models for global ordering. Dr. Langley is the author of Kazi Nazrul Islam: The Voice of Poetry and the Struggle for Human Wholeness and the Encyclopedia of Human Rights Issues Since 1945, which won the Choice Outstanding Academic Book Award. He is a member of the American Society of International Law and a reviewer of nine publications.

Terrance P. McGuire. Terry McGuire is a Partner and Portfolio Manager at Ridgewood Investments LLC, where he is responsible for the firm’s dividend related investment strategies.  Prior to joining Ridgewood, he was a Senior Vice President at The Capital Group Companies where he served as a Portfolio Counselor in The Growth Fund of America and the SMALLCAP World Fund.  Terry received his MBA, with distinction, from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Business Administration in 1998.  He received first and second year honors at Harvard Business School as well as a Distinguished Teaching Award for his work with undergraduates at Harvard University. Prior to business school, Terry worked as a lawyer at Testa, Hurwitz & Thibeault, LLP in Boston.  He received his JD from Harvard Law School in 1994 and was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar that same year (he has since retired).  Terry received a BA in Economics and Rhetoric, with honors, from the University of California at Berkeley in 1991.  Terry has been an Athenæum Proprietor since 2011, and has served as a Trustee since 2014.​

Carolyn M. Osteen. Carolyn Osteen is a recently retired partner with Ropes and Gray, LLP, where she practiced for over 40 years. The focus of her practice has been tax-exempt organizations, and she has extensive experience with issues of governance, charitable giving, and tax. She is the co-author of the Harvard Manual – Tax Aspects of Charitable Giving and other texts. She has served in a variety of posts with the Tax Section of the American Bar Association and Boston Bar Association. Ms. Osteen currently serves as a trustee of the Clowes Fund and Preparatory Foundation, supporting Boston Preparatory Charter School.  She has served as a long time director of Historic Boston, Incorporated, the New England Wildflower Society, and other New England non-profit organizations.  She serves in an advisory capacity to The Trustees of Reservations, Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts, among other organizations.  She is an alumna of Wellesley College and Duke Law School and resides in Boston with her husband, Robert T. Osteen.

Arthur B. Page. Arthur B. Page joined Hemenway & Barnes in September 2008, bringing with him 30 years’ experience and an outstanding reputation as a trusted advisor. Art joined the practice because of its client focus and the depth and strength of its attorneys. His practice includes estate and business planning for families and high net worth individuals. Art's particular focus is on counseling families with long-held vacation properties and private business owners with significant charitable goals. His team handles sophisticated estate administration issues, addressing tax, fiduciary and family issues. As co-chair of the Nonprofit Group, Art also provides general counsel for colleges, foundations, public charities, and other nonprofit tax-exempt organizations. His emphasis in this area is on planned giving services. In addition, he serves as a trustee, and provides financial management for individuals and charitable foundations through the firm's Trust Department.

Creelea H. Pangaro. Creelea H. Pangaro came to Boston from the West Coast via Moscow, Russia. While in Moscow, she worked as an editor and contributor to the Moscow Times newspaper, covering entertainment, culture, and commercial real estate in the Russian capital. In 2006, Ms. Pangaro moved to Boston and earned a Masters and law degree from Boston University. She has worked as an attorney and a law clerk at the Massachusetts Appeals Court. Ms. Pangaro majored in Russian literature as an undergraduate at U.C. Berkeley and remains an avid reader of A.S. Pushkin. Today, she heads the poetry discussion group at the Boston Athenæum.

John Palfrey assumed the role of Phillips Academy’s 15th Head of School on July 1, 2012. Prior to joining the Andover community, he was the Henry N. Ess III Professor of Law and Vice Dean for Library and Information Resources at Harvard Law School. He served as executive director of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society from 2002 to 2008. Palfrey has published extensively on how young people are learning in a digital era, as well as the effect of new technologies on society at large. He is the author or co-author of several books, including Safe Spaces, Brave Spaces: Diversity and Free Expression in Education, Born Digital: How Children Grow Up in a Digital Age, BiblioTech: Why Libraries Matter More Than Ever in the Age of Google, Interop: The Promise and Perils of Highly Interconnected Systems, Intellectual Property Strategy, and Access Denied: The Practice and Politics of Global Internet Filtering. Outside of his work at Andover, Palfrey is chair of the board of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and LRNG. He serves on the board of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University and School Year Abroad. He is a former board member and the founding chair of the Digital Public Library of America and has served on the board of the Mass2020 Foundation, the Ames Foundation, Open Knowledge Commons, and Data & Society, among others. Palfrey joined the Harvard Law School faculty after practicing law at the Boston law firm Ropes & Gray. He was a visiting professor at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland during the 2007-2008 academic year. He also served as a special assistant at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency during the Clinton administration. A teacher, author, and innovator, Palfrey has earned praise for his books and scholarly work, as well as his teaching. The Bok Center at Harvard recognized him in 2007 for Distinction in Teaching. In 2005, he earned a Dean’s Commendation for Excellence in Teaching from the Harvard Extension School. Palfrey holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School, an M.Phil. from the University of Cambridge, and an A.B. from Harvard College.

Catherine Powell. Catherine Powell is a principal at Abakas, a software consulting firm. Her focus is on helping clients effectively build and use their technology organizations to further their strategic goals. Prior to Abakas, she worked at a number of Boston-area software firms, and spoke and wrote extensively on software development methodologies. Catherine is a member of the Board of Governors of the Handel & Haydn Society, and is active in several other New England non-profit organizations. She can frequently be found in the history section at the Athenæum, parsing political science journals from the 1960s, or browsing 1930s detective novels. She holds a degree in Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley, and resides in Boston with her husband Dan (also a member). 

John S. Reed. John Reed spent thirty five years with Citibank/Citicorp and Citigroup, the last sixteen years as Chairman. He retired in April of 2000. He returned to work as Chairman of the New York Stock Exchange from September 2003 until April 2005 and served as Chairman of the Corporation of MIT until 2014. John graduated from Washington and Jefferson College and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1961 under a joint degree program, earning a BA and a BS degree. He served as a Lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers, US Army, from 1962 to 1964 and then returned to MIT for his MS. John is a Trustee of MDRC, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and the NBER, and he is an Overseer of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. He is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and of the American Philosophical Society. John joined the Athenæum as a Life Member in 2004 and became a Proprietor in 2013.

Gilbert M. Roddy, Jr. Gibbs Roddy is a Trustee at the Loring, Wolcott & Coolidge Office where he has worked since 1985. Prior to 1985, he served as a Senior Financial Analyst for Amoco Corporation where he was involved in mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Roddy holds an M.B.A. with high distinction from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration, graduated Magna Cum Laude from Bowdoin College with a degree in economics and graduated from the National Graduate Trust School with high honors. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and a Certified Trust and Financial Advisor. Mr. Roddy serves on the boards of the Hollingsworth & Vose Company and the Concord Museum, and he is the Assistant Treasurer of the Boston Athenæum.

Amy E. Ryan. A Member of the Boston Athenæum since 2008 and a Proprietor since 2018, Amy E. Ryan has over thirty-five years of library management experience, most recently as the Boston Athenæum’s Interim Stanford Calderwood Director from September 2019 until May 2020. During this time she also served an important role on the Search Committee for the next Director. Prior to her time at the Athenæum, she was President of the Boston Public Library, Director of the Hennepin County (Minnesota) Public Library and she served in leadership positions for 28 years with the Minneapolis Public Library. During her tenure in these roles, she earned national awards for programming, strategic planning, public service, and excellence in architectural initiatives. She earned her Masters in Library Science from the University of Minnesota and a BA from Mankato State University; she also studied at the Institute for European Studies in Freiburg, Germany, and the Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education Program. Ms. Ryan serves as an Advisor in Residence at Simmons University Graduate School of Library and Information Science, a member of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Libraries Visiting Committee, and former Chair of the Board of Directors of the Digital Public Library of America. She is a member of the Nichols House Museum Governing Board, serves on the Beacon Hill Village Council, and continues to be actively involved with the Boston Athenæum.

Austin V. Shapard. Mr. Shapard has been President & Chief Executive Officer of Fiduciary Trust Company since 2014. Prior to joining Fiduciary, he held several senior leadership positions at Rockefeller & Co., the global wealth management firm, including President & COO and Vice Chairman & Managing Director. Before Rockefeller & Co., Mr. Shapard was an Associate Principal at McKinsey & Co. within its financial institutions group. Mr. Shapard holds a BA in history from Yale College and a MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurial Management from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He serves on the boards of the Peabody Essex Museum, the Anthony Trust Association, and the Provident Loan Society.

Susan B. Weatherbie. Susan Bonneville Weatherbie, a native of South Hadley, Massachusetts, graduated magna cum laude from Mount Holyoke College in 1972 with a major in Sociology. She has worked for 23 years in the legal profession, first as an Estate and Trust Administrator for the Boston law firm of Herrick and Smith (1972-1977), and then as Manager of Estate and Trust Administration for the firm of Choate, Hall, and Stewart from 1978 to 1995. Since her retirement in 1995, Ms. Weatherbie has held a variety of volunteer positions. At Mount Holyoke College, she has served on the Alumnae Development Committee and on the Campaign Steering Committees for the Campaigns for 2003 and 2011. She also served for 10 years on the Mount Holyoke College Board of Trustees and was a member of the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum’s Art Advisory Board for 17 years, serving as Chair from 1997 to 2005. At the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Mrs. Weatherbie served on the Patron Committee for eight years, serving as Chairman during the last two years. She currently serves on the Visiting Committees for the Art of Europe and Conservation and Collections Management, and is Chair of the Planned Giving Committee. Mrs. Weatherbie is also a member of the American Friends of the Mauritshuis and an Overseer of the Handel and Haydn Society. She also served for eight years as a director of the New Hampshire Music Festival. Mrs. Weatherbie is married to Matt Weatherbie, who founded the firm Weatherbie Capital, LLC in 1995; the firm manages money for high-net-worth individuals and for institutions. The Weatherbies split their time between Boston (their primary residence), New Hampshire, and Florida; they share interests in art, travel, classical music, reading, and walking.

James Tracy. James “Jim” Tracy is both a Life Member and a Proprietor of the Boston Athenæum. He received a Ph.D. in American History from Stanford University as well as an M.B.A. and an Ed.M. from Boston University. Mr. Tracy has been a Board Member of the Bostonian Society, a Visiting Fellow at Yale University, and a Board member of Boston University’s Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future. He is currently a Fellow of the Massachusetts Historical Society and a Board member of the Massachusetts Association of Nonprofit Schools and Colleges. Mr. Tracy is a frequent speaker on the interplay among technology, education, and workforce development, most recently as a keynote speaker for Mass Technology Leadership Council’s annual “Transform” conference. This interest is also reflected in his roles as Co-Chair of the MassRobotics Work of the Future Committee and as a Board member of the Boston “edtech” convener and accelerator LearnLaunch. Mr. Tracy has published and edited several books and numerous articles. He is currently co-authoring a book for MIT Press on the implications of AI/robotics for the future of education. He has been Headmaster of several independent schools and President of the Woodrow Wilson Graduate School of Teaching and Learning, founded in collaboration with MIT.