Elaine Ng, Chief Executive Officer
As a 25-year veteran of the nonprofit and education sectors, Elaine has a passion and commitment for organizations that shift the paradigm of equity and access. Most recently, she held the positions of Strategic Planning Director for Special Education for Boston Public Schools, and Executive Director of the Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center.
Communications and Marketing
Sandy St. Louis, Director of Communications and Marketing
Sandy St. Louis worked for the PBS news and public affairs documentary series FRONTLINE at WGBH in Boston. As FRONTLINE’s national outreach manager, she developed educational content for the series and implemented several national campaigns.
Andrew Cox-Stavros, Chief Financial Officer
Andrew has worked for TSNE MissionWorks since 2005. In addition to overseeing finance and accounting functions of TSNE MissionWorks, he also directs the marketing and operations of the NonProfit Center.
Luzdy Rivera, Director of Human Resources
Luzdy brings to MissionWorks comprehensive experience in human resources operations for the nonprofit and healthcare sector.
Information and Business Systems
Luke Alonso, Director of Data and Business Intelligence
With over 30 years in IT development and leadership, Luke has a focus on how systems and data are used within the organization.
Learning and Evaluation
Nwando Obele, Director of Learning and Evaluation
As the Director of Learning and Evaluation, Nwando leads TSNE MissionWorks’ strategic learning vision that advances the organization’s internal functions and quality of its programs.
Josh Sattely, Director of Legal Affairs
As Legal Director, Josh develops and leads MissionWorks' policy, regulatory, contract and compliance programs and serves as an expert resource on the organization’s legal structure and governance.
Programs and Services
John Smith, Director of Programs
John brings extensive experience in nonprofit, government, education and advocacy fields to TSNE MissionWorks. He served as the Policy Analyst in the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development for the City of Boston, where he managed major economic development policy initiatives. Before his government experience, John also worked at the Fair Housing Center of Greater Boston, the Hyams Foundation’s Youth Policy Initiative, the Tennessee Department of Health, and at several universities managing service learning and other student-centered programs.
Asta Petkeviciute, Fiscal Sponsorship Practice Leader
Asta brings more than 17 years of experience in organization and project management with the focus on financial management, internal and external audit management, overall systems strengthening and organizational capacity development for nonprofit and for-profit organizations in more than 20 countries.
Aba Taylor, Professional Learning Manager
Aba Taylor has been involved in social justice work for nearly 20 years supporting immigrants, people affected by HIV/AIDS, LGBTQI advocacy, women’s rights, and racial and economic justice movements.
Trina Jackson, Community Engagement Manager
Trina Jackson has nearly 20 years of community-based experience as an organizer, facilitator, and strategist in the social justice movement. Her background includes activism within communities of color in Boston and working with nonprofits, facilitating community dialogues, and consulting on issues of anti-oppression, civic engagement, economic justice, racial justice, leadership development, collaboration, and movement building.
The NonProfit Center
Faisal Abid, Property Manager of the NonProfit Center
Faisal Abid is the Operations Manager of the NonProfit Center, a multi-tenant office, meeting, and shared space for nonprofits in the heart of downtown Boston. The Center holds regular nonprofit workshops, conferences, and events throughout the year.