Gail Bork has more than 20 years’ business experience that encompasses increasing non-profit organizations profitability and mission awareness by developing fundraising programs, managing capital campaigns, and driving philanthropic efforts through strategic planning, tactical marketing, volunteer management and innovative leadership.
Before joining FCT, Ms. Bork has had extensive experience in cancer education, advocacy and donor relations as a Program Manager for the American Cancer Society, Director of Development and Communication at Bay State Community Services, Inc. and a Philanthropy Officer at South Shore Hospital and the Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center in clinical affiliation with South Shore Hospital. In addition, Ms. Bork is a Rotarian and served as the public relations liaison for her Rotary Club. Ms. Bork graduated from Brooklyn College with a M.A. in Communications.
Diane Menyuk has worked as a graphic designer since 1990. Beginning as a print designer, she took time in 2006 to attend and graduate from a full time program in interactive design through Boston University, College of Communications. She has worked at a number of area businesses as a designer for both print and web. She has been the principal of a freelance design company called BlackCat Design Studio since 1996. Like most people, she has been drawn into the struggle against cancer through the lives of both family and friends. She is very excited to be able to participate in the important mission of FCT.
Joyce Collier is a licensed clinical social worker with over 25 years’ experience in the Greater Boston area. She was a group facilitator at the former Wellness Community of Greater Boston. Prior to that, Joyce spent 15 years at Fenway Community Health as the Coordinator of The Violence Recovery Program and then as the Associate Director of Mental Health. She has a specialty in group therapy and remains actively involved in the Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy.
Susan Englander is a licensed clinical social worker with over 30 years of experience in the Boston area. She has worked in a variety of mental health settings. At The Wellness Community of Greater Boston she directed the Kids Count Too program supporting families in which a parent has cancer and consulted to a number of school systems around issues of loss and bereavement. She currently works part-time at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute as a part of the Gastrointestinal clinic.
Dr. Gaulin is a psychologist with a specialization in health psychology who has seven years of experience in the Greater Boston area. She has worked in hospital inpatient and outpatient settings, community mental health and school settings working with children and adults. Dr. Gaulin interned at The Wellness Community–Greater Boston during her training and then became a group facilitator there after graduation. She currently works as a staff clinician at McLean Hospital. Prior to entering the field of psychology, Dr. Gaulin pursued a 20-year career in business in the financial services sector in Boston and New York City.
Suzanne Cohen is a Licensed Psychologist, Certified Group Psychotherapist (CGP), and Licensed Nia Practitioner. She has over 30 years of experience as a therapist with individuals, couples, and groups. She is a Past President of the Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy. Suzanne has been teaching The Nia Technique, a sensory based expressive movement practice, for the past 15 years. She also has been leading workshops for psychotherapists and has published on the topic of somatic psychology during that time. Suzanne taught Nia at the Wellness Community, and now teaches Nia for Facing Cancer Together.
Claire Willis is a body/mind licensed clinical social worker with over 25 years experience in individual and group work and 18 years experience teaching yoga and meditation. She was a faculty member at the Family Institute of Cambridge and is the former Stress Management Consultant for the Dean Ornish Program in Boston. She is an adjunct faculty at Andover Newton Theology School. For the last l0 years, she was on the staff at The Wellness Community of Greater Boston where she facilitated groups, taught yoga, meditation and therapeutic writing.