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Board of Directors



Michel Bamani
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

“English efficiency opens up jobs for immigrants. And a lack of English skills can be
an impediment to jobs, to obtaining proper healthcare, or to fully participating in the American economy or civic duties."



Yongmei Chen
Eastern Bank

“As an immigrant, I have benefited greatly from programs like these. I have hired and managed immigrants that graduated from ENB funded programs. From personal and professional perspectives, supporting ENB makes sense to me.”

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Lori Yarvis 
Archstone Law Group

“English language literacy is a cornerstone to a successful livelihood, to understanding our political system and to advancing in our education system.”

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Julie Smith-Bartoloni

The Boston Foundation

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Aurora Castillo
Santander Bank, N.A.

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Mariangely Solis Cervera

City of Boston

"As a former ESL educator and in my current role as the Chief of Equity & Inclusion for the City of Boston, I strive to co-create a city that is welcoming of speakers of all languages. Our role is to build the conditions so that communities collectively push for resources that are responsive to our youth and immigrants"

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Diana Chiang
State Street Corporation

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John Galvin
Gordon Brothers

“Access to ESOL classes empowers immigrants to become active members of their communities by enabling them to seek new employment, pursue an education, become civically engaged, or launch an innovation. When we open doors for these individuals, we directly benefit our entire community.”


Myrna Guerrero-McCabe

Winsor School

“The ENB program
helps people who are very vulnerable and in need of
a compass to the path of success.”


Terry Kwan
Tai Tung Realty, Inc.

“ENB classes release the resources and talents of those for whom English is not the primary language to the benefit of our community and our economy.”


Lazaro Lopez (Laz)

VP Engineering & Construction
Tillman Fiber Co.

“English is the cornerstone of socio economic and educational success in the United States. ENB is at the forefront of Adult ESOL, giving immigrants the language skills needed to achieve economic prosperity for themselves and future generations.”

"Pa'Lante, pa'Lante, siempre pa'lante, para atrás, ni para impulso"

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Grace Martinez

iHeart Media

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Daphne Paulino Ramos

DPR Consulting

“As a first-generation
Filipino American, I grew up witnessing the importance
of educational opportunities for immigrants in the US… Promoting ESOL in the community will build opportunities… for immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers.” 


Corean Reynolds
City of Boston

“ESOL makes a significant impact on all aspects of life. Having English language skills can allow a family to build generational wealth, get an education and can insure you receive proper medical care. I feel ESOL
is a key tool to level the playing field in a city with
so much inequity.”


Daniel Sherman 
The Trefler Foundation

“Learning English is a
social justice right. We need to give people the tools to participate in the dream. ENB is widening the field
of adult ESOL, giving them the opportunity to become who they aspire to be.”

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