The Boston Public Library Fund (BPLF) announced two new board members joined the nonprofit’s work to support the Boston Public Library (BPL), ensuring that it remains a strong and vital resource for the residents of Greater Boston. The new board members began their three-year terms this fall:
- Cliff Cammock is an Ernst & Young partner, a seasoned business leader, and a financial services expert with more than 34 years of experience in the global financial services marketplace with expertise in financial reporting.
- Amelia McCarthy has worked in development at independent schools in both Boston and Washington, D.C. Over the last 23 years, she has dedicated her time and talents to nonprofits, focusing primarily on children and education.
“We’re excited to expand our Board of Directors with two new members who are passionate about the BPL’s ability to empower individuals to effect change in their lives and communities,” said BPLF Executive Director Paula Sakey.“They bring tremendous experience, and we’re delighted to have their expertise and insight.”
Private support of the BPL plays an essential role in providing bold and innovative programs that address the broad needs of Boston’s communities. “On behalf of the board, I want to express a warm welcome to our new members,” said BPLF Board Chair Jeff Hawkins. “Their work will help the library accelerate its ability to create new ways to drive social and economic equity.”
To learn more about the BPLF Board of Directors and read member bios, click here.