Bill Webber, Chair
William Webber has served in executive and management roles at ACI Worldwide since 1996. His professional experience also includes work in the financial services industry. He holds a BS from Bentley College and served on the board of The Community Group from 1983-2017.
Massiel Munoz Deleon, Vice President and Parent Representative
Massiel has been a wonderful partner for our school, serving as head of Parent Advisory Board at CDCPS-Prospect (I think this is her third year), which two of her children attend (6th and 7th graders). She works at Lawrence General Hospital. She lives in Lawrence with her family. Massiel currently serves as the Clerk and Parent Representative for the CDCPS Board and has two children who attend CDCPS Prospect.
Mary Dyer, Treasurer
Mary Dyer has worked for Pingree School for more than 20 years, 14 of those in the Admissions Department where she currently serves as the Senior Associate Director of Admission and Director of Diversity Outreach. She graduated from Boston College with a degree in Special and Elementary Education and she has taught and tutored for 22 years. Mary and her husband Dennis have two daughters, both Pingree School alums, Beth and Kathleen who are practicing attorneys, one in Illinois and one in Boston.
Kate Carpenter Bernier, Secretary
Kate Bernier is an academic leader on equity, strategic design, resource allocation, curriculum and instruction. Most recently, she worked at Education Resource Strategies as the Director of School Design Engagements. In this role, she worked with Boston Public Schools, Baltimore City Schools, and Metro Nashville Public Schools. Prior to joining ERS, Kate was the founding principal of Match Community Day, where she worked closely with the CDCPS team who served as consultants. Before that, she served in teaching and administrator roles in Boston Public Schools. In her earlier nonprofit career, she directed the national network for Citizen Schools and worked with mission-driven community organizations. Kate holds a Master of Educational Administration from University of Massachusetts, a Master of Regional Planning from Cornell University, and a B.A. in political science from Syracuse University.
Trustees / Parent Representatives
Richard Davidson, Trustee
Since 2012 Richard Davidson has been the Director of the Teaching Fellow Program at The Community Group. Before taking on this role he served as the Elementary Supervising Principal for Reading Public Schools for twenty-five years. Richard was requesting by Merrimack College, Graduate School of Education and Sociology to serve on their academic advisory board. The was also a Peace Corps volunteer in the Philippines from 1968-1971.
JohnFredy Loaiza, Parent Representative
Johnfredy Loaiza is a Community Day Charter Public School alumnus (Class of 2003). Since graduating, he received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Brigham Young University in 2014 and is now pursuing a PhD in Mechanical Engineering at Boston University, researching spine mechanics, in preparation for a career in the medical device industry. In addition, he served as a volunteer representative for the LDS Church (2008-2010) in Chiapas and Tabasco, Mexico, where he strengthened families, helped individuals leave behind harmful habits and mastered Spanish, his parents’ native language.
David Samick, Trustee
Dave Samick, now retired, owned his own CPA firm, Samick and Boodman in Dedham, MA. In his retirement, he continues his financial consulting work. He was a longtime active board member at Wide Horizons For Children, Inc. and now serves as a consultant to the board. While serving in this capacity. Dave holds a graduate degree from Bentley University and lives in Andover and Florida.
Chief Executive Officer
Maria Gonzalez Moeller