Youth Enrichment Services (YES) is pleased to announce the appointment of new members to the Board of Trustees and Advisory Council. They come from diverse backgrounds and bring an array of new talents to the groups they will be serving on. They are taking the next step in their commitment to advancing the YES mission. Meet them now!
New Advisory Council Members
Ian is a former YES Trustee. He is a Vice President at Drizly and lives in Boston.
New Board of Trustees Members
Nick is a former volunteer at YES from the 1990s and is excited to re-engage with the organization. He is currently Managing Director at Great Hill Partners. Nick is lives in Needham with his wife and three daughters.
Marcus began his leadership service at YES in 2010 and previously was an Operation SnowSports volunteer. Marcus lives in Attleboro with his wife and children.
Johanna started with YES as an Operation SnowSports volunteer and has been actively involved with the Young Professionals Committee for the past two years. She works in biotech as a Client Strategist at Gingko Bioworks and lives in Boston.
Ellee started with YES as an Operation SnowSports volunteer and has been actively involved with the Young Professionals Committee and Gala Planning Committee for the past four years. She currently serves as Chair of the Young Professionals Committee. Ellee works as a Mechanical Engineer at RFS Engineering and lives in Charlestown.
Michael began his leadership service at YES in 2011. He has been an active member of the Board of Directors and co-chair of the Governance Committee. Michael lives in Weston with his wife and two sons.
Payson recently retired as Vice President and Chief Income Investment Officer of Eaton Vance Management. He has been active as a Trustee for the Museum of Science for over 10 years. Payson is an avid Tennis and Paddle Tennis player, enjoys hiking, kayaking and Nordic and alpine skiing. His home ski mountain is Waterville Valley. Payson is the father of three adult children and lives with his wife in Dover.
Clyde is a YES parent and current chair of the Richard Williams Memorial Scholarship Committee. His two children have been involved with YES for many years; his son is a current Leadership Corps teen and his daughter is a current Mass Promise Fellow for 2021-22 supporting the YES College Prep Program. Clyde works for the Massachusetts Port Authority and lives in Mattapan.
Dr. Andrey Zarur
Andrey is CEO Greenlight Bioscience, a diversified biotechnology company developing RNA based solutions for human, animal, and plant health applications, which he co-founded. Andrey is enthusiastic about being a role model and wants to make a difference by providing meaningful opportunities for youth of color, especially Latino youth. He is an active Tennis Player and skier. Andrey lives in Winchester with his wife and three children.