New Boston Medical Center Trustees Announced
Contact: Michelle Roberts, 617-639-8491 | firstname.lastname@example.org
(Boston) – Boston Medical Center (BMC) recently appointed three new members to its board of trustees. The trustees provide oversight, financial support and steer BMC’s mission to serve the residents of Boston and surrounding communities, as well as patients from throughout New England and across the United States.
Boston resident Christine Dunn, is the owner and founder of Dunn Associates, a real estate firm. Her expertise includes permitting, community and government relations, and marketing and sales. She is a partner of the New England Fertilizer Company, and has been involved with the Boston Harbor Clean-up Project for the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority since 1988. Dunn is affiliated with several boards including the City of Boston Employment Commission; the City of Boston Compensation Advisory Commission; the Menino Committee; the Boston Harbor Association, Executive Committee; and the Quincy 2000 Board of Trustees. Dunn currently serves on the WGBH Board of Overseers and the Suffolk University Institutional Master Plan Committee.
Martha Samuelson of West Newton is the president and CEO of the Analysis Group, an organization that provides economic, financial, and business strategy consulting to law firms, corporations, and government agencies. She specializes in antitrust, finance, and damages analyses, combining training in finance and economics as well as five years of experience as a practicing trial attorney. Samuelson served as an expert in many phases of litigation, including development of economic and financial models, preparation of testimony, development, presentation and review of pretrial discovery.
The Rev. Dr. John Borders III of Stoughton has served as pastor for Morning Star Baptist Church in Mattapan since 1981. During his tenure the Church’s membership grew from 75 members to more than 2,500. Borders has received many accolades on local, national, and international levels. In April 2003, he was awarded the Martin Luther King, Jr. Preaching Fellowship from Morehouse College in Atlanta, Ga. He is a member of The Black Ministerial Alliance of Greater Boston, a board member of the Private Industry Council of Boston and serves on the advisory board of Tremont Credit Union.