Thank you for joining us for a memorable evening of inspiring personal stories of struggle and perseverance as told by well-known and rising leaders from the Greater Boston community. Celebrate the incredible work these brave leaders are doing to advance social, economic, and racial justice in our communities.

Untold Stories is available to watch via Youtube.

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The Storytellers

1. Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley
U.S. House of Representatives

2. Armand Coleman
Executive Director
Transformational Prison Project

3. Neyssa Franklin
Peer Leader
Chica Project

4. Tre’Andre Valentine
Executive Director
Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition

With Special Remarks By:

Suzi Kaitz and Tim James
Chair and Vice Chair
The Lenny Zakim Fund

and

Eric Esteves
Executive Director
The Lenny Zakim Fund

Musical Performance by Kaovanny

Hosted by:

Natanja Craig-Oquendo
Executive Director
Boston Women’s Fund

Founder

Lenny Zakim

Chair

Tim James

Vice-Chair

Michael Eckton

Treasurer

Rob Sherman

Secretary

Josh Zakim

Lilee Dethchan

Lisa Gordon

Felicia Heywood

Mark Irvings

 

Suzi Kaitz

Joe Rodio

Erika Rodriguez

Jill Snider

Loren Van Allen

Aprylle Wallace

Shari Zakim-Yacouby

Deena Zakim

Joyce Zakim

Love In Action

Suzi Kaitz & Jonathan Katz

Social Change Agent

Empire Loan

Bridge Builders

Arbella Insurance Foundation
The Boston Foundation
Michael and Manisha Eckton
Mark and Susan Irvings

 

Community Change Agents

Beth Dill & Eric Enge
Tim and Barbara James
Joe and Ciara Rodio
Rob Sherman & Joan Lenington
Mark and Ellie Winthrop
Josh and Grace Zakim
Joyce Zakim & Peter Greenspan

 

Mission Collaborators

Edward and Susan Benford
The Corbett-Helaire Family
Deborah Frieze
Johnson O’Connor Feron & Carucci LLP
Joseph Savage
Jill Tracy Snider
Deena Zakim & Jesse Chebot

Located in Boston, the Urban Grape is one of the most successful and award-winning wine stores in America. UG is a Black-owned and woman-owned small business dedicated to building community through beverage.

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Comfort Kitchen believes that food is a vital aspect of community building. They envision a place that is actively engaged in the celebration of art and history of our local community.

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