Board of Directors
David B. Willard, Chair, has over 35 years experience in banking, currently serving The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank as Vice President for Community Relations. Mr. Willard serves as President of Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, Chair of Schools-To-Careers Joint Partnership, President of Independence House, Vice Chair of Cape Cod Economic Development Council, Vice President of Massachusetts School Bank Association, Clerk of Cape Cod Center for the Environment and a Sustainable Economy, and as a Board Member of numerous organizations supporting cultural arts, education and humanitarian programs.
Norman Edinberg, Vice Chair, is the retired founder and President of several auto industry manufacturing companies based in Latin America where he developed and managed a multi-tenant industrial property. He served the United Nations in creating and directing entrepreneurship development programs in Latin America, Africa and Asia. Mr. Edinberg represents the Town of Truro at the National Parks Service for the Highlands Center project. He is former chair of Truro Partnership, former member of Truro Selectmen's Advisory Committee, Charter Review Committee, Concert Committee, Comprehensive Plan Committee, and Open Space Committee and served as a member of the Truro Zoning Board of Appeals. He currently serves as an Executive Committee Member for Lower Cape Cod Community Development Corporation and is its representative to the Joint Committee to promote the Cape Cod License Plate together with Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce and Barnstable County Economic Development Council.
Joyce Johnson, Secretary, is a nationally recognized artist, specializing in sculpture, listed in Who's Who in American Art and Who's Who in Women. Ms. Johnson has been represented at numerous one-person and juried, invitational shows and received several commissions and prizes. She is founder of School of Sculpture in North Eastham, Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill, and co-founder of The Peaked Hill Trust and Outer Cape Artists in Residency Consortium. She has served as a Board Member of Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill, radio station WOMR, and Campus Provincetown, and served on Truro's Finance Committee.
Ernest H. Rogers, Treasurer, is Vice President and Director of Retail Business Banking at The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank. He has served in several management and operations positions including Operations Director for Boston Publishing Company, Linhares Precast Concrete and Woodcraft Supply Corporation. Mr. Rogers served as Vice President for Retail at Harvard Bookstores and Paperback Booksmith. He serves as Board Chair for The Lower Cape Cod Community Development Corporation and conducts workshops for Housing Assistance Corporation.
Stephen H. Anthony retired as Managing Director/Principal of Copley Real Estate Advisors in 1994 following nearly thirty years in commercial mortgage financing and real estate investment. He currently serves as Trustee at Hamilton College, Director and Treasurer of The Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts, Board Member of Cape Cod Land Fund, and Director of The Community Builders, Inc. in Boston.
Richard Epstein is a founding Principal of the Winhall Companies, a Boston based developer of Commercial and Retail properties for National, Regional and Local Companies. He is a member of the Boston Regional Board of Directors of the University of Vermont and is a member of various City and Town Boards and Committees.
Graham S. Giese is co-founder and a Senior Scientist at the Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies, where he currently serves as Director of the Land and Sea Interaction Program. Dr. Giese is also an Oceanographer Emeritus at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and has over 50 years experience in the fields of coastal geology and coastal oceanography.
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Allen Larson, a resident of Yarmouthport, has practiced law on Cape Cod for more than twenty-five years. In 1991, he founded the Enterprise Management Group, a consulting firm which advises business organizations, including non profits, on matters of organizational development. Prior to establishing his permanent residence on Cape Cod, Allen was an antitrust attorney with the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, DC. Currently, he is President of the Cape Cod Center for Sustainability; Chairman of the Board of the Massachusetts Health and Educational Facilities Authority; a member of the Board of Governors of the National Graduate School; a Director of Ecology Projects International, Inc.; and a Trustee of the Bridgewater State College Educational Foundation. He graduated from Dartmouth College, Albany Law School and University of Minnesota (MBA).
John O'Brien is retired from Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, where he was CEO. He was instrumental in the Chamber's merge with Cape Cod Economic Development Council. He has served on Airside Review Committee of MassPort, Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism Strategic Planning Committee and was Vice President of Massachusetts Economic Development Association and Chair of Barnstable Horace Mann Charter School. He currently serves on the Blue Ribbon Committee on Wastewater and County Charter Review Committee as well as on the Boards of Association for Preservation of Cape Cod and Arts Foundation of Cape Cod.
Daniel A. Wolf is founder, President, and CEO of Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines, the largest independent, regional airline in the United States. He serves on the Boards of Cape Cod Economic Development Council, Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, Harwich Junior Theatre, and radio station WOMR.