Gail Moreau, Chair
Stacy Pepper, Treasurer
Gail Moreau served as director of the Heineberg Senior Center from 1995 until she retired in 2012. With a grant from the Department of Aging and Independent Living, she established communication among senior centers across the state of Vermont resulting in the formation in 2013 of the Vermont Association of Senior Centers and Meal Providers (VASCAMP) of which she served as facilitator of the organization until January 2017. Her goal for serving on the Board is to support and assist the Executive Director and Board as the center moves to the future of serving older adults in our community in a vibrant and welcoming setting. Gail hopes to use her experience and knowledge of senior services to contribute in a meaningful way to the Heineberg Community Senior Center.
Dillon Boisvert holds a Master’s degree in industrial organizational psychology in addition to a Bachelor’s degree in psychology specializing in organizational innovation. His work history includes an internship in the volunteer department at Age Well where he worked to meet the transitioning needs of seniors within the community, and an internship followed by a part time position at the Heineberg Community Senior Center where he served as center coordinator for almost two years. He now looks forward to a career in human resources at United Way of Northwest Vermont. Dillon’s passion is in nonprofit management and the application of psychological theory to ensure all members of the organization feel satisfied and fulfilled in their role.
Nick Danigelis was born and raised in Burlington and recently retired as UVM Professor of Sociology with a specialty in gerontology. He brings to the Center expertise in program evaluation from his advisory board memberships for Project HOME (now known as HomeShare Vermont) during its formative years, as well as for RSVP and Foster Grandparents. By taking time to listen and learn about the Center and its mission, he hopes to offer constructive suggestions regarding current and future evaluation tools as the Center moves through this exciting time of transition. He feels strongly that information gathering for nonprofits is essential because program directors need to know what works for current and potential participants and service providers to improve program delivery and participant satisfaction.
Matha Molpus moved to Vermont in 2003 from the Washington,D.C. area with graduate studies in education and social work. She earned a certificate in Geriatric Social Work from Boston University and is trained as a hospice volunteer. After retirement, in 2014 she moved to Burlington to live at Heineberg Senior Housing. Since then, she has been a participant of the Heineberg Community Senior Center, taking classes and serving on the fundraising committee and as an event volunteer. Her experience of the growth in vitality and opportunities of HCSC led her to want to be part of the synergy that makes it such a valuable resource to our community. Martha’s work as a clinician and an administrator has included favoring an open and inclusive process to seek solutions and facilitate community, with attention to both emotional and physical safety. She is interested in strategic planning and community outreach. With board service on the Board of Directors of the Vermont chapter of NASW (the National Association of Social Workers)
Stacy Pepper received her Bachelor’s degree in business from Champlain College and is currently employed at the University of Vermont Medical Center as a Financial Specialist. She sees serving on the Board as an opportunity to give back to her community and share her knowledge, energy and skills. Her goal is to provide guidance and support around financials and budget as well as any other areas where her skills and experiences can assist. She is eager to learn, highly organized, detailed oriented and really enjoys working with people. Stacy and her husband were born and raised in Vermont and live in Colchester with their two children.
Mary Scully has a strong educational and experiential background in training and working with adults. She is skilled in written and oral communications, customer service, and maintaining effective working relationships with diverse constituencies and has knowledge of, and interest and experience in working with senior adults in community settings. Mary holds a BS in business administration, a M.Ext.Ed in adult education, and a Certificate in Gerontology and has developed and managed performance excellence and quality programs. Since 2011, she has been a docent at the Shelburne Museum. Her volunteer experience includes involvement as a workshop leader at the Heineberg Senior Center and at Fletcher Allen Health Care/RSVP. She is active in the Vermont French-Canadian Geneology Society and United Way/RSVP, currently co-leading the Bone Builders exercises at the HCSC.