The YMCA of Greater Boston Hosts Annual SPARK! Party Presented by WinnCompanies with Focus on Building a Brighter Future for All
Annual event will feature a panel discussion on how Diversity and Equity will affect the next generation of leadership in Boston
Jackie Bruno, Emcee, Reporter, The Boston NBC & Telemundo Stations
James Morton, President and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Boston
Vanessa Calderon-Rosado, President and CEO of Inquilinos Boricuas en Accion
Lee Pelton, President and CEO of The Boston Foundation
Gill Winn, President and CEO of WinnCompanies
The YMCA of Greater Boston will host its annual SPARK! Party Presented by WinnCompanies on Wednesday June 8, at the Cyclorama in Boston. The event will be emceed by media sponsor, NBC Boston and Telemundo reporter Jackie Bruno and will feature a panel discussion on how Diversity and Equity will affect the next generation of leadership in Boston, moderated by James O’S. Morton, Esq. President and CEO of Greater Boston, featuring Vanessa Calderon-Rosado, President and CEO of Inquilinos Boricuas en Acction and Lee Pelton, President and CEO of The Boston Foundation. The event, presented by WinnCompanies and supported by Arbella Insurance Group, will focus on building a brighter future for all.
The YMCA of Greater Boston, along with many partners, volunteers and donors tackles Greater Boston’s most critical issues, with a focus on enriching our community every day, and making our city a better, healthier, and more equitable place for everyone. The Spark! Party will highlight their efforts in a fun and inspiring way through presentations and interactive displays bringing to life Y’s work to demand equity for all, build bright futures, end hunger, improve community health, and eliminate barriers to family economic stability.
Wednesday, June 8, 2022
539 Tremont Street,
ABOUT THE YMCA OF GREATER BOSTON:
The YMCA of Greater Boston is one of Massachusetts leading nonprofits committed to strengthening communities by improving health, empowering youth and activating people for good. Every day the Y works with thousands of men, women, and children to ensure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has access to Y programs and services. As the nation’s fifth largest charity, the Y is creating a community of caring people through meaningful memberships. For more than 165 years, the Y has been developing skills and emotional well-being through education and training, welcoming and connecting diverse populations, preventing chronic disease and building healthier communities. The YMCA of Greater Boston is America’s first Y.