Staff

Senior Leadership

  • Perry B. Newman

    Chief Executive Officer

    Executive Leadership

  • Kimberly R. Lyle

    Director of Strategy and Development

    Strategy and Development

  • Charles McVea

    Director of Finance & Administration

    Finance and Administration

  • K. Beth O’Donnell

    Director of Real Estate

    Real Estate

  • Julia J. Parker

    Director of Economic Development

    Economic Development

  • Vincent Pina

    Director of Human Resources

    Human Resources

  • Dychell Reeves

    Director of Resident Initiatives and Community Organizing (RICO)

    Resident Initiatives

Perry B. Newman

Chief Executive Officer

Perry Newman has served as CEO of Dorchester Bay EDC since 2015. With a background in non-profit management, economic development and business, law and diplomacy, Perry is responsible for directing our operations and achieving greater impact in the community. An avid musician and fitness nut, Perry lives in Dorchester and looks forward to working with colleagues, our board and our neighbors and partners to build an organization and community characterized by equity and opportunity.

Kimberly R. Lyle

Director of Strategy and Development

Kimberly R. Lyle is the Director of Strategy and Development at Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation. She leads strategic initiatives, resource development, and communications. Prior to her work in community development, Kimberly worked in financial services, tech, and higher education.

Kimberly holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Rutgers University. She completed graduate coursework in social anthropology at Harvard University. Currently, Kimberly is a candidate for a Master of Public Policy in the Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning program at Tufts University.?

Kimberly serves on the board of the Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corporations and the Cooperative Fund of New England. She is a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay.

Charles McVea

Director of Finance & Administration

Chuck has been leading the finance and administration team since 2008. Chuck has experience across a board range of for-profit and nonprofit businesses including Price Waterhouse, Polaroid Corporation, Digital Equipment Corporation, Harvard University Real Estate and Planning, and Lena Park CDC.

Chuck graduated from Northeastern University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Accounting and received a Masters in Business Administration in Finance from Boston University. Chuck has practiced as a CPA in Massachusetts.

K. Beth O’Donnell

Director of Real Estate

Beth leads the Real Estate team with extensive experience in the real estate industry in both private and nonprofit.?Beth joined us from Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation while also serving on the?Board of Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation, and chaired the Real Estate Committee for 1.5 years.

Beth is a proud resident of Jamaica Plain.

Julia J. Parker

Director of Economic Development

Julia J. Parker is a native Omahan and has worked in both the public and private sectors over the past fifteen years. She was most recently the Executive Director of Omaha Small Business Network, a community development entity (CDE) and micro-enterprise development organization (MDO) dedicated to bringing underserved small business owners, entrepreneurs, and nonprofits the tools needed to become successful and sustainable entities in Omaha, Nebraska.

Originally from Nebraska, Julia has been employed in a variety of positions in Omaha including working with an education collective impact non-profit incubator Building Bright Futures as Director of Operations and Communications, the City of Omaha as a Communications Assistant in the Mayor’s Office in the Fahey administration as well as a Legislative Intern for United States Senator E. Benjamin Nelson. Julia also founded her own nonprofit consulting firm, Park4029, to work with volunteer organizations transitioning into sustainable nonprofit organizations in Nebraska and Los Angeles, California.

Julia is passionate about community work and is a strong advocate for local economic development non-profits. ?She has served on several local boards in her hometown including the Nonprofit Association of the Midlands (NAM) Board of Directors, the Omaha Economic Development Corporation (OEDC) Board of Directors as Vice President, and The Union for Contemporary Art as Treasurer. Julia most recently served on the Urban League of Nebraska Program Committee and the Creighton University Engaged Learning Committee for Service Learning. Julia holds a BA in Political Science, a BA in International Relations from Creighton University, and an MSUS in Urban Studies from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Julia also maintains a certification in Community Development Finance from the University of New Hampshire and a certification in Human Resources from Creighton University.

Julia moved to the Boston area in 2019 to pursue her MBA at Boston College. In her free time, Julia enjoys exploring her new home of Boston and trying new restaurants in Dorchester.

 

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Vincent Pina

Director of Human Resources

Bio coming soon.

Dychell Reeves

Director of Resident Initiatives and Community Organizing (RICO)

Dychell leads the Resident Initiatives Community Organizing. (R.I.C.O.) department at Dorchester Bay and previously served as the Senior Resident Coordinator. Dychell conceived and developed a program she dubbed “Get Inspired to Read Lead & Succeed (G.I.R.L.S). The after-school reading club was designed solely for 13-year-old girls who aged out of summer camp and were too young to work. Dychell received MACDC’s “Rising Star Award” in ‘07 for outstanding leadership in community development.

Dychell has a certification in Microcomputer Applications from Roxbury Community College and a certification in IC3 Digital Literacy. Dychell has worked as an instructor for Technology Goes Home program and served on the City of Boston’s Wireless Task Force sub-committee.

Dychell was born and raised in Lower Roxbury and currently serves as a member of the American Association of Service Coordinators and serves on the Board of “Step Into Your Potential Now” (SIYPNOW).

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  • Brenda Bobadilla

    Loan Officer - Compliance

    Economic Development

  • Tim Caplice

    Associate Director of Asset Management

    Real Estate

  • Sharon Cho

    Project Manager/Keuhn Fellow

    Real Estate

  • Margaret Doherty-Lopez

    Grants Manager

    Strategy and Development

  • Mona Fuller

    Accountant

    Finance and Administration

  • Chanie Infante

    Communications Manager

    Strategy and Development

  • Kimberly R. Lyle

    Director of Strategy and Development

    Strategy and Development

  • Charles McVea

    Director of Finance & Administration

    Finance and Administration

  • Linda Mello

    Re-Entry/Job Placement Consultant

    Economic Development

  • Elias Monteiro

    Associate Director of Community Affairs

    Resident Initiatives

  • K. Beth O’Donnell

    Director of Real Estate

    Real Estate

  • Helena Pimentel

    Office and Property Manager

    Finance and Administration

  • Julia J. Parker

    Director of Economic Development

    Economic Development

  • Vincent Pina

    Director of Human Resources

    Human Resources

  • Gabriel Ramos

    Junior Project Manager

    Real Estate

  • Dychell Reeves

    Director of Resident Initiatives and Community Organizing (RICO)

    Resident Initiatives

  • William “Bill” Riordan

    Associate Director of Accounting

    Finance and Administration

  • Denise Roman

    Resident Services Coordinator

    Resident Initiatives

  • Karen “Cookie” Sheers

    Resident Services Coordinator

    Resident Initiatives

  • Reverend Clovis Turner

    Re-Entry Program Consultant

    Economic Development

  • K. Leah Whiteside

    Associate Director of Real Estate

    Real Estate

  • Michelle Wiener

    Youth Force Manager

    Resident Initiatives

  • Angela S. Yarde

    Director of Private Giving and Donor Relations

    Strategy and Development

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    Asset Manager

    Finance and Administration

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    Construction Project Manager

    Real Estate

  • Vacant

    Associate Director of Finance

    Finance and Administration

  • Vacant

    Loan Officer

    Economic Development

Brenda Bobadilla

Loan Officer - Compliance

Bio coming soon.

Tim Caplice

Associate Director of Asset Management

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Sharon Cho

Project Manager/Keuhn Fellow

Sharon joins Dorchester Bay’s real estate team as the new Kuehn Fellow. In her capacity, she supports several aspects of the real estate development process such as assembling applications for project financing, coordinating permitting and zoning approvals, and managing construction closings.

Prior to Dorchester Bay, Sharon worked at the Coalition for Occupied Homes in Foreclosure (COHIF) where she managed occupied rehab projects in Dorchester and facilitated the organization’s transition into a community land trust (CLT). She also worked at the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (DSNI) where she coordinated the local network of community land trusts and advocated for citywide policies that supported the expansion of CLTs.

Sharon received her B.A. in American Studies and International Relations from Tufts University and is completing her M.A. in Urban and Environmental Planning and Policy from Tufts.

Margaret Doherty-Lopez

Grants Manager

Mona Fuller

Accountant

Bio coming soon.

Chanie Infante

Communications Manager

Chanie is the Communications Manager at Dorchester Bay with experience in community development, housing, and youth work. Her passion for social justice began in youth work where she managed programs, developed and implemented curriculums, and led training on program licensing and management.

Chanie’s work with children and their families fueled her interest in studying Human Services at Springfield College. She went on and completed a graduate program in Nonprofit Management at Suffolk University and gained a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Nonprofit Management from Springfield College.

Chanie loves snorkeling and recently took up scuba diving. A long-time Dorchester, Chanie is involved in several community programs and currently serves as the Co-chair of the Boston Scituate METCO Parent Organization. Previously, she served as a board member of the Dorchester Food Co-op, Community Liaison with the Huntington Theater’s Community Membership Program, and freelance writer for the Dorchester Reporter.

Kimberly R. Lyle

Director of Strategy and Development

Kimberly R. Lyle is the Director of Strategy and Development at Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation. She leads strategic initiatives, resource development, and communications. Prior to her work in community development, Kimberly worked in financial services, tech, and higher education.

Kimberly holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Rutgers University. She completed graduate coursework in social anthropology at Harvard University. Currently, Kimberly is a candidate for a Master of Public Policy in the Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning program at Tufts University.?

Kimberly serves on the board of the Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corporations and the Cooperative Fund of New England. She is a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay.

Charles McVea

Director of Finance & Administration

Chuck has been leading the finance and administration team since 2008. Chuck has experience across a board range of for-profit and nonprofit businesses including Price Waterhouse, Polaroid Corporation, Digital Equipment Corporation, Harvard University Real Estate and Planning, and Lena Park CDC.

Chuck graduated from Northeastern University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Accounting and received a Masters in Business Administration in Finance from Boston University. Chuck has practiced as a CPA in Massachusetts.

Linda Mello

Re-Entry/Job Placement Consultant

Linda holds a Master’s degree in Industrial and Career Counseling and has 15 years of counseling experience. She has an uncanny knack for building a relationship that leads to jobs for the hard to employ. Linda served as a Human Resources and Job Placement Manager for Inner City, a subsidiary of the Polaroid. She was responsible for making over 700 job placements over a ten year time period. She was also the Regional Human Resources Manager for Polaroid’s New Bedford and Norwood Manufacturing Organization.

Elias Monteiro

Associate Director of Community Affairs

Elias oversees resident relations, organizing, and services at DBEDC properties. He MARSCH certified through the Massachusetts Housing Tenant Assistance Program. Boston University, The Institute for Nonprofit Management and Leadership.

Elias started one of the best neighborhood crime watch meetings in Uphams Corner areas for the past 19 years. Since then, Elias has been working with the group to improve the public safety of our community. In 2017, Elias was awarded the Crimefighter of the year’s award throughout the City of Boston, by the Boston Police Commissioner and the District Attorney.

Elias attended the Institute for Nonprofit Management and Leadership at Boston University.

K. Beth O’Donnell

Director of Real Estate

Beth leads the Real Estate team with extensive experience in the real estate industry in both private and nonprofit.?Beth joined us from Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation while also serving on the?Board of Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation, and chaired the Real Estate Committee for 1.5 years.

Beth is a proud resident of Jamaica Plain.

Helena Pimentel

Office and Property Manager

Bio coming soon.

Julia J. Parker

Director of Economic Development

Julia J. Parker is a native Omahan and has worked in both the public and private sectors over the past fifteen years. She was most recently the Executive Director of Omaha Small Business Network, a community development entity (CDE) and micro-enterprise development organization (MDO) dedicated to bringing underserved small business owners, entrepreneurs, and nonprofits the tools needed to become successful and sustainable entities in Omaha, Nebraska.

Originally from Nebraska, Julia has been employed in a variety of positions in Omaha including working with an education collective impact non-profit incubator Building Bright Futures as Director of Operations and Communications, the City of Omaha as a Communications Assistant in the Mayor’s Office in the Fahey administration as well as a Legislative Intern for United States Senator E. Benjamin Nelson. Julia also founded her own nonprofit consulting firm, Park4029, to work with volunteer organizations transitioning into sustainable nonprofit organizations in Nebraska and Los Angeles, California.

Julia is passionate about community work and is a strong advocate for local economic development non-profits. ?She has served on several local boards in her hometown including the Nonprofit Association of the Midlands (NAM) Board of Directors, the Omaha Economic Development Corporation (OEDC) Board of Directors as Vice President, and The Union for Contemporary Art as Treasurer. Julia most recently served on the Urban League of Nebraska Program Committee and the Creighton University Engaged Learning Committee for Service Learning. Julia holds a BA in Political Science, a BA in International Relations from Creighton University, and an MSUS in Urban Studies from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Julia also maintains a certification in Community Development Finance from the University of New Hampshire and a certification in Human Resources from Creighton University.

Julia moved to the Boston area in 2019 to pursue her MBA at Boston College. In her free time, Julia enjoys exploring her new home of Boston and trying new restaurants in Dorchester.

 

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Vincent Pina

Director of Human Resources

Bio coming soon.

Gabriel Ramos

Junior Project Manager

Dychell Reeves

Director of Resident Initiatives and Community Organizing (RICO)

Dychell leads the Resident Initiatives Community Organizing. (R.I.C.O.) department at Dorchester Bay and previously served as the Senior Resident Coordinator. Dychell conceived and developed a program she dubbed “Get Inspired to Read Lead & Succeed (G.I.R.L.S). The after-school reading club was designed solely for 13-year-old girls who aged out of summer camp and were too young to work. Dychell received MACDC’s “Rising Star Award” in ‘07 for outstanding leadership in community development.

Dychell has a certification in Microcomputer Applications from Roxbury Community College and a certification in IC3 Digital Literacy. Dychell has worked as an instructor for Technology Goes Home program and served on the City of Boston’s Wireless Task Force sub-committee.

Dychell was born and raised in Lower Roxbury and currently serves as a member of the American Association of Service Coordinators and serves on the Board of “Step Into Your Potential Now” (SIYPNOW).

William “Bill” Riordan

Associate Director of Accounting

Bio coming soon.

Denise Roman

Resident Services Coordinator

Bio coming soon.

Karen “Cookie” Sheers

Resident Services Coordinator

Karen “Cookie” Sheers works closely with our residents and teaches the Technology Goes Home computer class. Cookie has successfully graduated over 650 students in or around the Dorchester area. 15 years ago, Cookie started at Dorchester Bay as an AmeriCorps VISTA member then became the Administrative Assistant/ Building Manager to Resident Service Coordinator for Dudley Village N&S.

Cookie is professionally trained in Early Childhood Education and School Age Child Care. With over 12 years of experience, Cookie has worked at several youth programs that include the Dorchester YMCA and Bird Street Community Center.

Reverend Clovis Turner

Re-Entry Program Consultant

As the Program Case Coordinator, Rev. Clovis Turner organizes the program’s services and brings enormous resources, vocational connections, support, and access to the local community service providers in Dorchester. She ran the Angletree Prison Ministries for many years and works directly with female ex-offenders at Framingham State Prison. She is a minister at the Grace Church of All Nations in Boston

K. Leah Whiteside

Associate Director of Real Estate

Leah Whiteside joined Dorchester Bay in 2013 after receiving her Masters in City Planning from the University of Pennsylvania. Leah specializes in complex commercial and mixed-use real estate projects. She has worked on all aspects of development, ranging from concept development, design, finance, and construction to fundraising, lease-up, tenant build-out, and ongoing management during operations. Leah received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia.

Michelle Wiener

Youth Force Manager

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Angela S. Yarde

Director of Private Giving and Donor Relations

Angela Yarde is the Director of Private Giving and Donor Relations. She has broad experience in prospecting, cultivating and stewardship. She leads individual and private giving efforts and manages the annual fundraiser and social events strategy.

Before DBEDC, Angela was Director of a City Councilor’s District 7 office where she managed and delivered services to constituents. She was also the Director of the Commission on Affairs of The Elderly, Advocates Unit where she led staff and provided services for elders in all Boston neighborhoods. She holds an MSW from Boston University, and an MPA, (Menino Scholar) from Suffolk University.

Vacant

Asset Manager

Bio coming soon.

Vacant

Construction Project Manager

Bio coming soon.

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Vacant

Associate Director of Finance

Vacant

Loan Officer

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