Hannah, together with Christie Jacobs, are resources for members seeking services from NAH. They work as liaisons between members, volunteers and vendors to ensure that services required are performed and meet expectations. Hannah previously volunteered for NAH, conducting the member satisfaction surveys. Hannah holds a BA in biopsychology from Pine Manor College, Chestnut Hill. Now a retired drug safety specialist, she also worked as a coordinator for cancer clinical trials at Tufts Medical Center. A Boston native, Hannah recently moved from Natick to nearby Watertown. She has four children, (three sons and a daughter) and eight grandchildren.
Amy manages our extensive program and event activities for NAH. She coordinates our Affinity Groups, collaborates with other organizations and speakers to arrange for additional events, and manages our event calendar. She will also work closely with the fundraising committee in planning fundraising events. She started her career as a social worker and also has additional work experience in youth programming, retail sales, office management, and tutoring. She holds an MSW from the University of Southern California and a Master’s in Jewish Non-Profit Management from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. She grew up in Wisconsin and now lives in Belmont with her husband Jonathan and her chocolate lab Bartlet. She has two adult children.