Open Table is managed by an active Board of Directors, whose members represent diverse backgrounds in business, law, public relations, education, healthcare and technology. Many have extensive volunteer experience either with Open Table, with other organizations, or both.
Day to day operations of the Open Table pantries and community dinners are run by the Open Table Operations team, whose members contribute significant hours each week to working with our over 600 volunteers to assure that our guests are served each week. View the organization chart here:
Operations & Adminstrative Team
Troy B. Liston
Board of Directors
Sylvia is currently retired and worked for over 30 years at John Hancock in a variety of positions, including running a large policy holder services group. She has been active in a number of volunteer positions, including working at Emerson hospital for the past 18 years and serving as the head of the Ladies Golf Committee at Nashawtuc Country Club for the past two years. This latter role encompasses a large set of activities, including oversight of numerous sub-committees that organize events for female club members throughout the year. Sylvia was also Chair of the Finance Committee at Nashawtuc for 10 years when the Seniors Golf Tournament came to the club. This involved reporting on all of the monies collected during the event from parking, concessions and other activities, and creating an onsite banking facility for the professional golfers. Sylvia is very familiar with Open Table having previously served as a volunteer for many years.
Amy is a long-time Fidelity Investments employee, currently focused on strategic planning and solutions delivery for Personal Investments/Distribution. She is a Concord resident and a neighbor of Open Table that operates at First Parish. Amy began her connection to Open Table in 2006, first as a dinner server and then as a supporter/coordinator of various Guest Support programs and initiatives. She also served for several years as a member of the Operations Team, working across both Concord and Maynard sites to help share ideas and best practices.
Carol recently retired after 10 years working with volunteers as the Director of Parent Programs at Concord Academy. She is a past member of Concord’s Trinitarian Congregational Church’s Mission Committee, founder of the church’s Meal of the Month Program, which prepares and delivers 120 dinners to the Pilgrim Shelter in Dorchester, and active in the Concord Players, a group that presents quality theatre to the citizens of Concord and surrounding communities.
Jill is a public health consultant who has years of experience working on a broad range of initiatives, including health assessments for 14-town coalitions and implementing teen pregnancy prevention programs for the Boston Public Schools. Currently, she heads the Healthy Concord project for the Town of Concord Department of Health. Her current volunteer experience includes serving as a corporator for Emerson Hospital, where she is a member of their community benefits committee, and as a Director for Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts, where she co-chairs the Education Committee. Locally, she has been the coordinator of the Concord-Carlisle Parents Initiative; a director of the Concord Children’s’ Center; and has volunteered for Open Table at the Maynard location.
Stefanie Cloutier brings to Open Table the public relations and communications experience she has honed in the arts, education and nonprofit worlds. Most recently, Stefanie worked for Perkins School for the Blind, writing magazine articles, blog posts, web pages and promotional materials as well as contributing to the development of a new website. As a freelancer, she has developed media campaigns and generated publicity to promote local organizations. Stefanie volunteers at Open Table and has been an active member and served on the boards of the Concord Players and Friends of the Library. Stefanie lives in Concord with her husband and two children.
Jessica has extensive experience as both a manager and volunteer in the non-profit world. She served as Co-chair of the Board for many years at a preschool in California following a term as volunteer coordinator. As Assistant Director of development for an Adult Literacy non-profit in Chicago, she was responsible for public relations and marketing activities, managing a committee of volunteers and spearheading the organization’s fund raising events. Before she entered the non-profit sector, she worked as a sales and marketing manager for Toyota Motor Sales. Jessica moved from California to Concord with her family here over two years ago.
Glenn Migliozzi brings over 30 years of finance and investment experience to Open Table. He is a partner at LakeWater Capital, and has previously led investment divisions in the asset management industry. Glenn is a Chartered Financial Analyst and a member of the CFA Institute. He has lectured at the Fordham Business School and Yale University, and has appeared on TV and radio as a commentator on the financial markets.
As a graduate of both SUNY Albany and the MIT Sloan School, Glenn has been active in alumni activities and fund raising. He has also been a manager/coach for Sudbury Little League and spent many years volunteering at Rosie’s Place. Glenn is an avid golfer and has been a member of the Nashawtuc Country Club Membership committee. Glenn’s wife Lynn along with his son Matt both volunteer at Open Table.
Julie represents the voice of our guests at Open Table, and regularly escorts a person to both our Concord and Maynard sites for dinner and pantry services. Her past work experience has included being a sales associate T.J. Maxx, a claims representative at Tufts Health and working in TV production when in college. Julie is a very active volunteer in grey hound dog adoption, helping people understand more about the breed and why they make wonderful pets. She was involved in the political campaign to stop dog racing in Massachusetts – legislation that successfully passed several years ago.
Betsy is a lawyer by training and currently serves as Executive Director of MetroWest Legal Services, an organization that provides free legal aid to low-income individuals. She is also the Board Chair for Wayland Council on Aging, giving many presentations on elder law topics, and a Board Member for Weston Friendly Society of the Performing Arts.