Daniel Bachiochi, President of the Board
Dan Bachiochi is the VP of Engineering at VideaHealth, a fast growing startup focused on improving Oral Healthcare by leveraging Machine Learning. Previously, Mr. Bachiochi has held Executive-level Technology leadership positions at several startups including Zilla Security (VP of Eng) and TempAlert/DIGI Smart Sense (CTO). Other professional endeavors include: leading a start-up with a revolutionary social/collaboration product to sale; providing technology consulting services with IBM; and serving as a Computer Scientist at the National Security Agency. Mr. Bachiochi earned his Masters of Business Administration from the Sloan School of Management at MIT in 2014 and undergraduate degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science from Boston College in 1997. Dan serves on the Board of Trustees (as a founding parent) of St. Benedict Classical Academy.
Tom Biggins is the CEO of Atlantis Technology, a Concord, MA-based software engineering consultancy he founded in 2001. He and his colleagues are privileged to accelerate software innovations for clients engaged in projects of consequence in education, healthcare, and finance. Tom holds a B.A. in Economics from Amherst College. Enthusiastic Catholics, he and his wife Gretchen recently welcomed the arrival of their ninth child, live in Natick, and are joyful parishioners at Ascension Parish in Sudbury.
Reverend Eric Cadin
Father Eric Cadin is a priest of the Archdiocese of Boston, who currently serves as Director of the Office of Vocations and Director of the Office of University Ministries. He was ordained in 2012, and first served as parochial vicar of St. Michael Parish in North Andover, Massachusetts. Fr. Cadin serves on the boards of Laboure College of Healthcare, Witness to Love, Collegia Catholic Boston, and St. Benedict’s Classical Academy, as well as providing spiritual care as the chaplain to the Boston chapter of Legatus. He received his B.A. from Harvard College, STL from Boston College, and MDiv from St. John’s Seminary. Before entering seminary, he spent a year living in a tent on the North Shore of Oahu to further his surfing passion. Co-founder of the Ivy League Surfing Championship he quickly recognized God’s capacity to unveil Himself in places and moments of awe and beauty. Fr. Eric is motivated in all his endeavors by Jesus’ promise to us in the 10th Chapter of John’s Gospel: “I came that they might have life and have it abundantly.”
Nathalie Calvo is a part-time sole practitioner focused on estate planning for young families. She earned her B.A. in politics from St. Anselm College and her J.D. from Boston College Law School. Nathalie received training as a Blackstone Legal Fellow with the Alliance Defending Freedom, a legal advocacy organization committed to protecting religious freedom, free speech, marriage and family, parental rights and the sanctity of life. She has also served as a judicial fellow for the U.S. District Court in Southern Florida and Massachusetts Superior Court. Nathalie and her husband reside in Framingham with their five children.
John DeMatteo II
John DeMatteo II is the president of Park Square Realty, a real estate investment company. He also serves on the boards of the Back Bay Association, the New England Parking Association, St. Sebastian’s School, the Massachusetts Family Institute, iCatholicMedia and on advisory boards for Christendom College and the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture. John earned a B.S.E. from Duke University and holds an M.B.A. from the Columbia School of Business. John, his wife and their seven children live in Wellesley.
Benjamin Finnegan is the President of Finnegan Development, a residential development company based in Lexington. Ben and his team have built over sixty custom homes in Greater Boston over the past decade, earning a strong reputation for quality construction and customer satisfaction. Prior to leading Finnegan Development, Ben worked in commercial real estate at Property Works Advisory Group, a lease administration firm, and Cushman & Wakefield, a global commercial real estate firm. Ben earned his B.S.B.A. from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. Ben, his wife and their seven children live in Lexington.
Chris Fisher is the Executive Director of the Portsmouth Institute for Faith and Culture and a teacher in the Department of Humanities at Portsmouth Abbey School, a Catholic, Benedictine boarding school in Rhode Island. Chris’s work focuses on advancing Catholic thought and the renewal of Catholic education. He has worked extensively with Catholic teachers, schools and dioceses on faculty formation and curriculum development. Chris has published in outlets including the Catholic Herald (UK), the University of Notre Dame’s Church Life Journal, Our Sunday Visitor, and edited Cluny Media’s collection of essays by John Henry Cardinal Newman, A Benedictine Education. He has spoken nationally, including at Yale, Benedictine College, University of Nebraska, and University of Notre Dame.
Mary Beth Klee
Mary Beth Klee is the author of Core Virtues: A Literature Based Program in Character Education, K-6, and President of the Core Virtues Foundation. She has had longstanding interests in the teaching of history and in character education. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, Mary Beth holds her Ed.M. from Boston University and a Ph.D. in the History of American Civilization from Brandeis University. She is the founder of Crossroads Academy in Lyme, New Hampshire (K-8) and served as its Head of School from 1991-1997. Dr. Klee is the co-editor of The Human Odyssey, a three-volume world history textbook series for middle school (Herndon, VA: K12, Inc. 2004, 2005, 2007) and of The American Odyssey (2009), a high school text in American History.
Mike Marcucci is a trial lawyer and Partner in the Boston office of Jones Day where he focuses on corporate, commercial, and financial litigation. He previously served on the SBCA Board of Trustees from 2014-2017 and rejoined the Board in 2023. Mike is a member of the Board of Directors of the Abigail Adams Institute and of the Legal Advisory Council for the Academic Freedom Alliance. He lives in Medfield where he serves as the Chairman of the Town’s Affordable Housing Trust. Mike and his wife Emily are the parents of 10 children, including 7 current or former SBCA students. Mike received a degree in Government and History from Harvard University and graduated from Boston College Law School.