Meet Our Staff
Rick received his Masters Degree in Public Administration from Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts; and he completed his undergraduate work at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Rick has worked and volunteered in a number of capacities at nonprofit organizations throughout Massachusetts and around the world.
Director of Development
Paula has a BA in Politics from St. Anselm College as well as considerable development and administration experience working with non-profit organizations including: the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Community Enterprises, Inc. and Citizens Energy Corporation.
New Directions Counseling Coordinator
Claire received a Master of Education in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Massachusetts; Certificate of Clinical Specialty in Mental Health Services to Infants and Families from New England Medical Center and a B.A. in Early Childhood and Family Intervention from Emmanuel College.
Business & Operations Manager
Beverly has over three decades of bookkeeping experience for large and midsized organizations throughout the South Shore region. Since 1995 she has overseen Interfaith’s business office and facility operations.
Food Pantry Manager
Eileen is responsible for the oversight of Interfaith’s food pantry. A passion for social justice issues permeates Eileen’s life. She has been involved with many different nonprofit organizations around such issues as: domestic violence, marriage equality, adoptee rights and mental health.
Jennifer manages Interfaith’s multiple communications channels. Additionally, she oversees internal databases and maintains the website. Her professional background is in digital journalism and she has worked at media outlets across the country.
Food Rescue Coordinator
Geoff was born and raised in Massachusetts and is trained as a professional chef. He met his wife while working at a theater in New York and moved to Quincy after graduating from the Culinary Academy of New York.
Family and Children Program Manager
Emily has a BA in psychology from Northeastern University and previously worked in the medical device industry as a clinical trial manager. Emily took few years off when her daughter was born and started volunteering at Interfaith Social Services’ food pantry in 2017.
Homelessness Prevention Coordinator
John has 30+ years of experience working in the fields of public health and social services. He has spent decades helping clients gain employment, find housing and navigating a path to recovery. The principles of social justice and health equity permeate his career.