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(Boston) – Boston Medical Center (BMC) recently appointed four new members to its board of trustees. The trustees will provide oversight, financial support and steer BMC’s mission to serve the residents of Boston and the surrounding communities, as well as patients from throughout New England and across the United States.
Downtown Boston resident Randi Cutler is an active member of BMC’s Friend’s of Women’s Health, Leadership Council and the Food for Thought Committee. She and her husband have hosted events in their home to expand BMC’s community of friends and supporters. Other community involvement includes Buckingham, Brown & Nichols, Children’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital for Children.
Beacon Hill resident Juan Carlos Morales joined Mellon Financial Corporation in 2004 as senior vice president and CFO of Mellon New England and Mellon’s Private Wealth Management business. Effective July 1, 2007 and upon completion of The Bank of New York (BNY) and Mellon merger, Morales will assume the role of CFO for BNY Mellon Wealth Management. He is a founding member of the Boston Chapter of the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting. He serves on the board of The Partnership, one of Boston’s oldest diversity talent management think tanks.
Concord resident Tim Barberich is executive chairman of Sepracor, Inc., a pharmaceutical company, which he founded in 1984. Earlier this year Barberich relinquished his CEO responsibilities and remains executive chairman of Sepracor. He is a former trustee of University Hospital and became re-engaged with BMC in 2001. Barberich is a member of BMC’s Leadership Council and also serves on the boards of BioSphere Medical, Point Therapeutics, PhRMA, the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, and Gemin.
Wellesley resident Steven Levy is CEO of a start-up Mears Technologies, which develops advanced CMOS solutions and associated manufacturing technology for leading-edge semiconductor chip producers. Levy sold Macgregor Inc. in 2005, a company he founded in 1991 to provide technology to companies in the financial industry. Previously, he served as vice president and quantitative analyst at Putnam Investments. Levy is a member of BMC’s Leadership Council. He is a chartered financial analyst and also a member of the Boston Securities Analyst Society.