Board of Directors

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Board of Directors

Linda B. Corridan, RN, M.Ed. (Chairman)

Linda Corridan is the Department Head of Nursing Services for the Wellesley, Massachusetts, public schools. She has worked as a nurse in the Medway, Massachusetts, school system, and as a Quality Assurance Director for Alliance Health, Inc. Previous roles include management positions in acute care hospitals and occupational health programs. Ms. Corridan received her nursing degree from Saint Anselm College, and her M.Ed. from Cambridge College. She currently serves as Chair of the Alliance Board of Directors.

J. Bruce Riley, CPA

Bruce Riley has his own practice in Springfield providing accounting, tax, and business advisory services to clients in New England and New York. He served on the Legislative Committee of the Massachusetts Society of CPAs and has served on the Allocations Committee of the United Way. He was also Chairman of the Board of Directors of Brightside for Families and Children. Mr. Riley is a graduate of American International College in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Arthur Mourtzinos, MD, MBA

Dr. Mourtzinos has been a staff physician at the Lahey Clinic Medical Center since 2006 and now serves as Vice-Chairman of the Institute of Urology, and as Director of the Continence Center. He is currently a member of the Lahey Foundation Board of Trustees and Parkland Medical Center Board of Trustees. He is a graduate of the seven-year combined BA/MD program at Boston University. He completed residencies in General Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital and in Urology at Lahey Health Medical Center. He pursued subspecialty training in the field of male and female pelvic reconstructive surgery at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, and has published over 40 manuscripts on his surgical specialties.

Andrew Calkins

Andrew Calkins is the Chief Executive Officer of Community Intervention Services (CIS). With over 25 years of healthcare experience, he has held several key leadership positions in finance and operations across multiple healthcare service industries, including long-term care, long-term acute care, hospice and home health. Prior to joining CIS, Mr. Calkins served as the President of Loving Care Agency, a national provider of pediatric home care services.

Peter Zampine

Pete Zampine was the Director of Business Development at Brewster Ambulance Service. He led the development team as they successfully grew their business, and fostered communication between clients and operations. Prior to his time with Brewster, Mr. Zampine held leadership roles in the printing industry for 30 years. He built the largest privately held printing company in the Northeast, where his role as Senior Vice President/Owner included managing all employees and operations.

Reverend Jerome J. Janisko

Reverend Janisko has recently retired as Pastor of Christ the King Lutheran Church in Holliston, Massachusetts. He is a former member of the Board of Lutheran Social Services of New England and has been active in community causes for more than 30 years. Reverend Janisko is a graduate of the Lutheran School of Theology, Chicago, Illinois.

Christopher Robbins, MA

Chris Robbins is the President of Robbins Training & Consulting. Previously, he served as Director of Corporate Education and Training at the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute, President’s Office; Dean, Center for Continuing Education at Quinsigamond Community College; and Director of Corporate Training at Suffolk University. Mr. Robbins holds a Bachelor’s degree from Defiance College and an MA from Suffolk University. He has served in the U.S. Army Reserve for 21 years. He resides in Southborough and is a member of the Town’s Economic Development Team. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Corridor Nine Chamber of Commerce, and has served as President of the Southborough Business Association.

Janice M. Hockensmith, MSW, MS

Jan Hockensmith recently retired from Olivet Nazarene University with the distinction of Associate Professor Emeritus. While at ONU, she was instrumental in obtaining accreditation from the Council on Social Work Accreditation for the Social Work Program. She also developed the University’s Romanian Studies course and has spent extensive time at an international social work practice in Romania. Ms. Hockensmith currently serves on the board of Veritas, a non-governmental organization in Sighisoara, Romania, and on the US Romanian Studies Board. She has served on several other boards: Kankakee County Training Center for the Disabled; Hospice of Kankakee Valley; Kankakee County Coalition Against Sexual Assault; and Our Lady of Victory Long Term Care and Rehabilitation Center.

Tammy J. Brunetti, CPA, FHFMA

Tammy Brunetti is a Principal in BerryDunn’s Healthcare and Not-for-Profit Groups. She has a wealth of experience in audit, accounting, third-party reimbursement, and general consulting services. As the leader of BerryDunn’s Long-Term Care Group, she works extensively with senior living organizations such as assisted living, residential care, independent living organizations, and skilled nursing facilities. Ms. Brunetti’s knowledge benefits post-acute care providers and not-for-profit organizations varying in size and complexity throughout the Northeast. Ms. Brunetti is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Thomas College in Waterville, Maine.

Alfred A. Gray, Jr., Esq.

Alfred Gray, Jr. is an attorney with over twenty-five years of experience serving the public and private sectors in all facets of management-side labor and employment law. Attorney Gray also has extensive knowledge and expertise of governmental policies and procedures relating to human services law including litigation, consumer issues, guardian disputes, advocacy, procurement policies and procedures, statutory and regulatory interpretation. Alfred’s human service work includes representing schools and agencies that provide services to intellectually or developmentally disabled individuals as well as long term care facilities. Alfred received his bachelor’s degree from Trinity College and his J.D. Degree from Western New England College, School of Law.

Erik Jones

Erik Jones is the VP of Education, Not-For-Profit Government Finance at TD Bank. He has been a leader in the banking field well over ten years specializing in relationship management, commercial banking and non-profit finance including tax-exempt bond financing. Mr. Jones received his Bachelor of Science, Business Administration and Management degree from Saint Anselm College. He volunteers as the Co-Chair to the Board of Ambassadors for The Home for Little Wanderers and is a Member of the Finance Committee for Community Servings.

Francis J. Grady

Frank Grady was selected to become the President and Chief Executive Officer of Alliance Health and Human Services in 2016. He joined Alliance in 2001, and has served as their Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, Secretary, and Vice President of Finance. Mr. Grady has over 24 years of experience working in post-acute healthcare, with previous positions including Chief Financial Officer of Olympus Specialty and Rehabilitation Hospital, Senior Financial Analyst at Olympus Healthcare Group, and Senior Consultant with Zelenkofske Axelrod. He is a graduate of Bentley University with degrees in Business Management and a Master of Business Administration.


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