Lauren earned her MBA at the MIT Sloan School of Management and her B.A. in English from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst (where she also minored in History, Economics and Anthropology). Lauren spent the first ten years of her professional career in senior marketing roles at scientific publishing houses Reed Elsevier and Wolters Kluwer, as well as Wellesley Information Services. During her marketing years, she successfully marketed the launch of two web sites, the US edition of New Scientist magazine and hundreds of scientific/academic books and journals.Lauren lives in Marshfield Hills with her family including her husband Charles, two children Charlie (16) and Madeleine (12), and their gray cat Sasha. In her spare time, Lauren enjoys gardening, cooking, hiking, traveling, camping, and collecting rare books.
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Senior Director of Development
Dianne is thrilled to be back at Hill House after a two-year absence. She originally joined Hill House's development office in July 2010. Dianne oversees Hill house's major fundraising events, including the Wine Dinner and Fall Fundraiser, as well as Annual Appeal and other strategic initiatives. Before joining Hill House, Dianne worked in the development departments of the College of the Holy Cross and Citi Performing Arts Center (now the Boch Center for the Performing Arts). She is a proud graduate of the College of the Holy Cross, where she earned her B.A. in Theatre with a Deaf Studies/American Sign Language with a concentration.
Dianne lives in Wakefield with her husband Mat and their three children: Harrison, Jackson and Cecilia. When not at Hill House, you can find Dianne spending time with her kids and teaching at a local dance school.
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Marshall was promoted to Program Director in May, 2021 after spending time as Hill House's Athletics Director and Athletics Manager. Marshall joined Hill House as a Day Camp counselor in the summer 2010, while he was attending the University of Maine to study English. From there, he began helping with our sports programs as a Program Assistant and then as an Athletics Instructor. After growing up in the North End and being a part of Hill House's Little League program when he was young, Marshall is more than excited to be giving back to the community that raised him and to pass on the valuable experience of youth sports in the inner city to the next generation.
Marshall is passionate about making Hill House as great as it can be and providing local area children the best opportunities to grow up through our programs. In his spare time, Marshall still plays recreation level softball and basketball and enjoys keeping up with the ever-entertaining sports teams of Boston.
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Elizabeth joined Hill House as Program Coordinator in July 2021. Elizabeth recently graduated from St. Johns University (NY) and earned a B.A. in English. She was introduced to the nonprofit industry during her internship at Symphony Space, where she discovered her passion for bringing people together through the arts. Elizabeth is passionate about maintaining an inclusive community at Hill House where individuals feel seen, heard, and inspired to create and grow.
In her leisure time, Elizabeth loves to express her creativity through card making, painting, and writing. If she is not browsing a bookstore or library, you can find her practicing yoga or surfing along the North Shore with her partner Nick.
Favorite Quote: “The desire to reach for the stars is ambitious. The desire to reach hearts is wise.” ― Maya Angelou
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Senior Instructor for Enrichment Programs, 2015 Instructor of the Year
Originally from Mexico, Adriana currently lives in the West End with her husband, son (Emilio) and dog (Bruin). She loves to cook, read and walk around the city and Charles River with Bruin.
Senior Athletics Coordinator
Jonny joined Hill House as Athletics Coordinator in September, 2021. He is no stranger to Hlll House, coaching for Hill House and helping with summer camp since 2016. He graduated from Emerson College in 2017 with a major in Sports Communication and a minor in Nonprofit Management. As a former Preschool Teacher and after school teacher at the Advent School, John has always been passionate about making a difference in the lives of young children. John first joined Hill House Athletics to help coach flag football, but he’s been involved with soccer, basketball, and even more since. He loves helping children in every program discover a lifelong passion for athletics.
Outside of Hill House, John enjoys reading, storytelling, and playing board games with friends far too competitively.
Favorite Quote: "We are what they grow beyond.”
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Favorite Quote: "If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else.”
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Patty joined Hill House in November 2014 and brings over 30 years of experience in the accounting field. While raising two daughters in Manchester-by-the-Sea, she was actively involved in several nonprofit organizations on the North Shore. She held the position of Treasurer in her daughters' co-operative pre-school Magic Years, Treasurer of The Manchester Mother's Club, The Manchester PTO and was instrumental in the start-up of The Parents of Manchester Essex Middle School. Now that her daughters are older, she has spent the past six years as an independent consultant of small business accounting management, specializing in QuickBooks.
In her leisure time, Patty enjoys quality time with her family, home renovation, traveling, skiing, boating, tennis and has recently taken up golf.Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or extension 120.
Program Office Assistant
Born and raised in Boston, Vonnika feels right at home at Hill House. Currently studying to become a Paralegal, Vonnika brings a wealth of experience working with kids. She comes from a big family and is a big kid at heart, which is why she loves working with the Hill House community. When she's not here, you can find her teaching CPR classes, or supporting our city's homeless population.
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**Many thanks to our friends and neighbors, Infinity Portrait Design for taking the headshots of our team.