Board Members

Meet the Bulfinch Fund Board

The Bulfinch Fund’s Board of Directors was created to bring together not only people who loved history but those with unique talents. The Bulfinch Board is complete but to achieve our goals we will need the energy and abilities of many more people to help with educational events and fundraising activities so please join us!!

Steve Quill

Chair of the Bulfinch Fund brings many years of entrepreneurial business acumen and also serves on several nonprofit boards.

Frank Streeter

Treasurer, brings his financial skills and his experience on many local and regional boards.

Sarah Spencer

Assistant Treasurer, has a long family tradition with the church (3 generations!) and is involved in many local organizations.

Martha Moore

Executive Director, founder of the Bulfinch Fund, brings her knowledge of nonprofit organizations and grants as well as her background as an archivist to the table.

Peter Stanton

Peter Stanton is the owner and publisher of the Worcester Business Journal. He has been deeply involved in the greater Worcester Community since graduating from Holy Cross. He has served on several nonprofit boards and was the cofounder for the Union Station Alliance, a group that worked to save Worcester’s historic train station, and a co-founder of the Lancaster Friends of the Nashua River.

Karen McGarity

Karen McGarity has had a lifelong interest in history. She has volunteered with numerous civic, religious, arts advocacy, and youth organizations for over 40 years. Since moving to Lancaster she has headed the Town Center Topic Group of Lancaster’s Master Plan Study and served on its Historic District Committee. She brings the Bulfinch Fund her expertise in marketing, event planning and fundraising.

Ford Ogden

Master carpenter, preservationist and our technical advisor.

David Dunn

A former Lancaster Selectman, David brings his solid business sense and experience serving on many business and non-profit boards.

Maud Ayson

Maud serves on the boards of Freedoms Way National Heritage Area and The Bulfinch Fund. With more than 25 years of experience leading diverse museum, cultural tourism, brand development, strategic planning, capacity building and curriculum projects.

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