Senior Management

Chris Duane

President & CEO

Email: chris.duane@bgcmetrowest.org

Phone: 508-485-4912 ext. 211

Fax: 508-229-7818

Chris has been working for the Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest since 1994 and has played a key role in the organization’s growth from a small non-profit to an organization serving over 3,200 youth in three communities. Chris has developed quality, sustainable operations that deliver the philosophy of the Boys & Girls Clubs – helping every child reach his or her full potential. Chris oversaw the nearly $1 Million renovation of the organization’s Framingham Clubhouse in 2008.

In addition to her unwavering commitment to the Boys & Girls Clubs mission, Chris continues to be involved with many groups throughout the community. She is on the Partnerships for a Skilled Workforce Young Adult Initiative Board, a member of the Framingham Community Partnership, Marlborough School Health Advisory Council, and the Framingham Youth Development Collaborative. Chris holds a B.S. in Physical Education and a M.ED. in Counseling Psychology.

 

Heather W. Feinberg

Director of Finance & Benefits Administration

Email: heather.feinberg@bgcmetrowest.org

Phone: 508-485-4912 ext. 205

Fax: 508-229-7818

Heather Feinberg joined the Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest in January 2015 as the Director of Finance & Benefits Administration. Heather works with the President & CEO and oversees all financial activity and employee benefits for our three Clubhouses located in Framingham, Hudson and Marlborough. Prior to joining the Boys & Girls Clubs, Heather was a professional in the financial industry for almost 20 years working with Arthur Anderson LLP, Tanager Financial Services and Wells Fargo Bank’s Abbot Downing Division. To stay connected with her accounting roots while with Wells Fargo, Heather managed bookkeeping, administrative and compliance functions for many of her client’s small businesses (5-18M) and private family foundations (1-25M) along with administrating their normal wealth management services. Heather, her husband Jeff and son Josh have been residents of Hudson since 1997.

 

Laura May

Director of Resource Development

Email: laura.may@bgcmetrowest.org

Phone: 508-485-4912 ext. 208

Fax: 508-229-7818

Laura May joined the Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest in October 2018 as the Director of Resource Development. Laura manages and builds strategic partnerships with community members to create sustainable funding sources for our organization. Laura works closely with the entire Resource Development team to oversee fundraising campaigns, events, and community relationships. Laura’s passion for the Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest stems from her stint as a summer camp staff member while she was in college. Prior to relocating back to Massachusetts, Laura worked for the American Heart Association as an event manager and fundraiser, as well as a program manager, in North Carolina.

Laura holds a B.A. in Nonprofit Management and Leadership from High Point University and a Masters in Public Administration, with a focus in nonprofit management, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

 

Steve Zepf

Director of Operations

Email: steve.zepf@bgcmetrowest.org

Phone: 508-485-4912 ext. 204

Fax: 508-229-7818

Steve Zepf has been working for the Boys and Girls Clubs of MetroWest since 1999. Growing up in Saratoga Springs, NY, Steve spent much of his high school and college years working part-time with youth. Steve relocated to the Boston area for graduate school in 1994, and after two years in the corporate world, he felt the need to return to his passion for working with children and families. Steve started his career with the clubs as the school-age coordinator overseeing the licensed child care programs. During his tenure, he has held many different titles at the Boys and Girls Clubs, including Education Coordinator and Unit Director for the Marlborough and Hudson Clubs.

In addition to his steadfast commitment to the Boys & Girls Clubs mission, Steve continues to be involved with many groups throughout the community. He is on the Hudson School Wellness Advisory Council, Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition, Caring Adults Action committee, and The Human Services Coalition Committee. Steve has a B.A. in Government from Skidmore College and a Masters in International Relations from Northeastern University.