Meet Our Team

GOHU Board

Terri Rushford

Terry Rushfirth


A retired lawyer and business executive resident in Sudbury since 1989. Over 40 years experience in legal and business affairs. Married with three children, each have whom have been educated in the Sudbury school systems. Dual US and UK citizen.

Coached multiple teams in the Sudbury Youth Soccer system for over 10 years. Also coached soccer for 2 years at the Roxbury YMCA.

A volunteer at the Sudbury Food Pantry for the past 2 years.


Karen Cohen

Member at Large


Robin Kapiloff

Vice President


Arvind Goyal



Nadene Worth

Member at Large


Marilyn Ellsworth

Assistant Treasurer


Bonnie Glass

Member at Large


Siddhartha Goyal


Kelly Finn enlarged

Kelly Finn

Member at Large


Colleen Keelan

Member at Large

Diana Lannon

Diana Lannon

Member at Large

Gail-Ann Simon

Gail-Ann Simon

Member at Large

Meet Our Advisors


Alice Sapienza

A Boston native, Alice has an undergraduate degree in chemistry from Stonehill, a master’s in English from Boston College, and MBA and DBA from Harvard Business School. She was a general manager at Beth Israel Hospital (Boston). She designed and taught the Advanced Program for Biomedical Leadership (approximately 15 programs offered in the U.S., Europe, and Japan). She was a visiting professor at Copenhagen Business School


Amy Unckless

Executive-level expertise in transforming organizations from three perspectives: sales management, business management and people management. Key strengths include overseeing complex relationships, diagnosing and fixing challenged businesses and executing key business priorities to increase growth and profitability.


Deborah B. Kenealy

Deborah is the Senior Staff Director at the Greater Boston Food Bank, where she manages board relations and governance, and advances the strategic goals of the Senior Leadership team. The Greater Boston Food Bank, New England’s largest food bank and the nation’s 15th largest, distributed 60 million pounds of food last year to over 500 agencies in Eastern Massachusetts.


Len Simon BSc Pharma, LLB

Len attended Northeastern University, graduating in 1971 with a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. After pharmacy school Len enlisted in the Navy Reserves. During that time, he was attached to the destroyer, USS Harlan R. Dickson, whose home port was Boston. He began his legal studies and graduated in 1974 and was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar the same year. He was a well-known trial lawyer and now a frequent lecturer and panelist in continuing legal education programs.