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Board of Trustees

President of the Board: Daniel Bachiochi

Daniel J. Bachiochi is the Chief Technology Officer/Head of Engineering at TempAlert, a fast growing IoT (Internet of Things) company, which started out of MIT. TempAlert provides cloud-connected, private sensor networks in healthcare, supply chain management and various other industrial applications. They have deployed over 75,000 networks in 60 countries.  Previously, Mr. Bachiochi served as Vice President of Software Development at State Street Corporation.  His work there transformed global Foreign Exchange trading and settlement through an innovative, leading-edge, risk-reducing FX SaaS trading platform, technologically empowering the explosive growth in the global FX market. Other professional endeavors include: leading a start-up with a revolutionary social/collaboration product to sale; providing technology consulting services with IBM; and serving 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 and serves on the Advisory Board of the International Medical Research Collaborative (IMRCo).

Nathalie Calvo

Nathalie Calvo assists young families with trust and estate planning through her law firm established in 2010. Nathalie was born in Bordeaux, France and grew up in New Hampshire where she graduated from St. Anselm College. Before earning her law degree from Boston College Law School she spent a year abroad in France teaching English to high school students. She served as a judicial fellow for the U.S. District Court in Southern Florida and Massachusetts Superior Court and was selected to be a Blackstone Legal Fellow with the Alliance Defending Freedom. Nathalie chaired the St. Benedict Elementary Parent Guild for the 2017-18 school year. Nathalie and her husband and four children reside in Framingham.

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.

Martine Elie

Martine Elie is a Vice President and Portfolio Manager at Congress Asset Management, an investment management firm in Boston.  In her role as Portfolio Manager, she relies upon her 20 years of investment experience to advise institutional and high net worth clients.  Martine earned an M.B.A at Northeastern University in 1999 and a B.B.A at Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC Montreal) in 1994.  She is a CFA charterholder and a member of CFA Society Boston, CFA Montreal and the CFA Institute.  Martine and her family reside in Dover.

Benjamin Finnegan

Benjamin Finnegan is the President of Finnegan Development, a residential development company located in Lexington.  His real estate experience includes co-founding Property Works Advisory Group, which provides lease administration and advisory services to multi-unit retailers, and specializing in Suburban Boston office leasing at Cushman & Wakefield, a global commercial real estate firm. Ben grew up in Chelmsford, graduated from Belmont Hill School and then earned a B.S.B.A. from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business with majors in Finance and Management.  At Georgetown, Ben played varsity football. Ben and his family reside in Lexington where he is heavily involved with coaching youth sports.

Andrea Gabrielle

Andrea Gabrielle is the President and CEO of Neptune Web, an interactive web agency and digital marketing firm. Andrea is a seasoned marketing management veteran with an enviable track record of entrepreneurial achievement. Prior to founding Neptune Web in 2000, Andrea served in a wide range of managerial and consulting functions for global and start-up enterprises — including operations, sales and marketing — across diverse international contexts in Europe, Latin America, Japan and the U.S. Andrea earned his B.A. from Trinity College and his M.B.A. from The Monterey Institute of International Studies at Middlebury College.

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.

Davide Marini

Davide Marini is the cofounder and CEO at Inkbit Corporation, an MIT startup developing a novel additive manufacturing system enabled by machine vision. Prior to Inkbit, he served as co-founder and CEO at Firefly BioWorks, an MIT startup that developed and commercialized a new technology platform for performing multiplexed genomic and proteomic assays on microscopic and individually encoded hydrogel particles (now an Abcam company).

Michael Nerbonne

Michael Nerbonne is the Assistant Headmaster, Dean of Studies at St. Sebastian’s School in Needham. He has vast interest and experience in the Classics; he previously served as the Chair of the Classics Department and instructor of two senior sections of Ancient Greek at St. Sebastian’s School. Michael earned his B.A. in Classics from the College of the Holy Cross, M.A. in Classical Studies from the University of Michigan and Post Master’s Graduate Studies in Classical Philology from Harvard University. He is a member of the Classical Association of New England and the American Classical League. Michael serves as a Chair of Visiting Committee for the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and has served as the President of the Debating Association of New England Independent Schools.