Leadership 2018-04-06T11:48:16+00:00

Board of Directors

Joe Calomo, President
Christine L. McGrath, Vice President
Serena Low, President-Elect
Dean Murray, CFP(R), CTFA, CISP, Treasurer
John Bjorlie, Clerk
Marie Cahoon, Recording Secretary
June Landergren Steel, Past President

Kathleen Costa
Sarah Grow
Grace Numerosi
Anna O’Connor
Kathleen Purdy
Joe Rosa
John Sarrouf
Jochem Struppe
Kathy Clancy, School Committee Liaison
Christina M. Raimo, Executive Director

Community Council

Jennifer Goulart Amero
Jim Barker
Jan Bell
John Byrnes
Kathleen Clancy
Katherine Costa
Robert W. Cunningham
Martin Del Vecchio
Jim Destino
Peter Dolan
John Doyle
Mary Kay Dyer
Robert Gillis

Val Gilman
Dr. Robert Jedrey
Fred Johnson
Eric Kreilick
Marietta Lynch
David Marsh
Aria McElhenny
Paul McGeary
Erin McKay
Jeremy McKeen
Kristin Michel
Beth Morris
Stevie Neal

Beebe Nelson
Liisa Nogelo-Kerr
Grace Numerosi
Anna O’Connor
Ruth Pino
Ellen Preston
David Rhinelander
Maggie Rosa
Val Somers
Leora Ulrich
Richard Weiss
Dick Wilson
Sal Zerilli


Dr. Richard Safier – Superintendent, Gloucester Public School District
Sefatia Romeo Theken – Mayor, City of Gloucester
Paul Lundberg, President, City Council
Jonathan Pope – Chair, Gloucester School Committee


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Join GEF, and area nonprofits, as “Gloucester Counts Down to Kindergarten” Wednesday, August 22 from 5:30 – 7:30, beginning at City Hall. Help us welcome Gloucester’s children as they enter our schools for the first time. Watch a play about the first day of kindergarten, tour a school bus, participate in fun activities, meet your child's principals and kindergarten teachers and get special gifts from GEF and other participating organizations. If anyone you know has a child entering kindergarten at one of Gloucester’s elementary schools, please let them know about this fun event! It’s always one of our favorites! ... See MoreSee Less

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Gloucester Education Foundation

GEF is funding a Summer STEAM Camp at Beeman Memorial School to get our young students excited about science and technology! The six-week program, which started on July 8, focuses on various aspects of engineering and uses the Engineering is Elementary curriculum developed by the Boston Museum of Science. Each week, students look at a different aspect of this field and are given hands-on challenges where they create solutions to real-world problems (that IS, after all, what real engineers do!).

Check out these photos of Week Two: Shake Things Up--Engineering Earthquake-Resistant Buildings!

In addition to learning principles of engineering and taking part in engineering challenges, students are spending time learning how to write computer code using the kid-friendly Scratch program, developed by MIT.
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