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Kristen Vose Clothier

Chief Executive Officer

Kristen is dedicated to CCYP's efforts to build community on Cape Cod and to shape the Cape as a vibrant, resilient, and thriving region by creating opportunities for our our region's workforce and emerging leaders to connect, engage, advance, and lead.

Kristen has extensive experience in nonprofit management, higher education, and regional planning. She has held management-level roles with organizations and institutions on Cape Cod and throughout New England with missions focused on lifelong learning, professional advancement, economic development, community engagement, STEM experiential education, and the preservation and management of natural, historic, and cultural resources. She brings to CCYP expertise in strategic planning, fundraising, stakeholder engagement, project management, event planning, grant writing, marketing, and communications. Kristen grew up in Massachusetts and obtained undergraduate and graduate degrees from Yale.

Kristen lives in Chatham and enjoys spending time exploring the Cape’s many museums & cultural institutions and participating in community events & programs.

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Jesse Collins-Peck

Programming & Marketing Coordinator

Jesse received her Bachelors of Arts degree in Performing Arts Management with a Minor in Communications from the University of Hartford’s Hartt School, magna cum laude. She moved to West Yarmouth in June 2021 and became the Executive Assistant at Payomet Performing Arts Center in North Truro, MA.

Deciding that she wanted to explore other areas of the nonprofit world, Jesse joined the CCYP team as Program & Marketing Coordinator in May 2022. In this role, Jesse coordinates and markets CCYP's events and programs which, combined, connect and engage many thousands of Cape Codders each year.

When she is not working, Jesse enjoys walking with her dog, biking the rail trail, and skiing.

Board of Directors

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Patrick Ehart

Board President

President, Cape Cod Commercial Linen Service, Inc.

Patrick owns and operates Cape Cod Commercial Linen Service, Inc. in Hyannis, MA. He began working for the family business full-time in 2011 and transitioned into his current role a couple of years ago. He is the third generation involved in the business. Patrick grew up on Cape Cod and attended St. George’s School in Newport, RI for secondary school and went on to Babson College, graduating in 2010. Following Babson, Patrick worked in Boston before deciding to move back to the Cape to be involved in the family business.

Patrick serves as an Advisor to The Cape Cod Maritime Museum and was a 2023 40 Under 40 recipient.

Patrick resides in Osterville with his wife, Meagan R. King. They enjoy spending their free time with family and friends, boating, and traveling.

CCYP Committees: Executive Committee (Chair) | Finance Committee | Development Committee

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Angelique Viamari

Ex Officio; Past Board President

Senior Vice President of Governance, Cape Cod 5

Angelique currently serves as Senior Vice President of Governance and Assistant Clerk, where she oversees the administration of the Executive Office and supports the Executive Management Committee. She also works closely with the Chairman and CEO, and General Counsel to support the Board on all corporate governance activities. She joined the Bank on November 8, 2011 as Senior Paralegal. She progressed to Governance Manager, working closely with the General Counsel on all aspects of the Bank’s governance and overseeing the Office of the General Counsel.

Angelique attended Northeastern University where she earned a Master of Public Administration degree and also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science degree from Union College. Angelique completed the New England School for Financial Studies in Banking course at Babson College and earned a Paralegal Studies Certificate from Boston University. Angelique also attended the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking Program at the Wharton School of Business.

An ongoing, personal commitment to community involvement is one of the many things that drew Angelique to join CCYP when she first moved to Cape Cod. In 2018, she joined CCYP’s Board of Directors, after having served on CCYP’s Community Connect Committee and volunteering at the Back to Business Bash event.

CCYP Committees: Executive Committee (Ex Officio); Nominating & Governance Committee

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Marissa Cyr

Board Vice President

Chief of Staff, Housing Assistance Corporation

Marissa is a nonprofit professional currently serving as the Chief of Staff at Housing Assistance Corporation. In her role, she serves as a strategist, consultant and implementer and provides executive, administrative, project management support to the CEO and senior leadership team. Marissa was formerly the Chief Operating Officer at the Cape Cod & Islands Association of REALTORS, where she managed internal operations and led staff, ensuring alignment with the mission and strategic priorities of the organization. Marissa received her BA from Smith College and her Masters in Management from Simmons College.

Marissa grew up in Truro where she spent summers working at her family's seasonal restaurant. After spending several years living and working in the Boston area, she decided to move back home to put down roots. Marissa has lived in Brewster since 2017 with wife, son and pets. In her free time, she enjoys hikes with her family in Nickerson state park, exploring new places on and off Cape and singing with the Outer Cape Chorale.

Marissa enjoys serving on the Board of CCYP where she can help support the vital work of ensuring the Cape is a community where young professionals can thrive.

CCYP Committees: Executive Committee | Nominating & Governance Committee (Chair) | Civic & Community Engagement Committee

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Charlotte Green

Board Vice President

Vice President, First Vice President and Residential Sales Manager, Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod

Charlotte grew up on Cape Cod and now helps people finance their own slice of heaven on & off Cape, working as First Vice President and Residential Sales Manager with The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod. She has spent her entire UMASS Amherst post-graduate career working in various roles within the mortgage industry, which was slightly unexpected as a Communications & Political Science major.

Charlotte’s excitement for CCYP was sparked when she attended the Back to Business Bash in 2013 and various networking events across the Cape. She now serves as Chair of the Leadership and Professional Advancement Committee where she helped develop their pilot Communicating with Confidence program. What excites her about the organization is their focus on connecting and engaging the younger demographics while keeping a pulse on the valuable lessons learned over long careers.

In her spare time, Charlotte takes advantage of everything Cape Cod has to offer! One of her current extra-curricular goals is to become more involved with local politics at a committee level, a fundamental space to being a part of the change you want to see in the world. Charlotte is passionate about the Cape’s theater community, serving on the board for the Woods Hole Theater Company. She participates in a variety of intermural sports leagues and enjoys volunteering to provide youth & adult financial education, exploring the ever-evolving restaurant scene, and finding new places to catch a sunset!

CCYP Committees: Executive Committee | Leadership & Professional Advancement Committee (Chair)

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Megan Terrio

Board Treasurer

Owner, Megan F. Terrio CPA LLC

Megan is the President and owner of her own accounting business where she provides accounting support, bookkeeping and tax services to local individuals and businesses here on Cape Cod. Megan earned her Bachelors degree from the University of New Hampshire and her Master's degree from Northeastern University and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant with over 10 years in the accounting industry.

After graduating Megan began her career in Boston, working for a public accounting firm before moving to Cape Cod in 2011. Her first job on Cape was with Cape Cod Healthcare, where she worked for over five years in general accounting and also budgeting and operations. From there she moved on to a smaller CPA firm before stepping out on her own to work towards fulfilling her entrepreneurial goals.

Megan grew up in Central Massachusetts and now resides in Sandwich with her husband, Chase, and their three young (and energetic) children. As a mom and small business owner, she is passionate about creating a sustainable and vibrant community for her children and business to thrive in as they grow. Megan is excited to join the Cape Cod Young Professionals and work to improve and make a positive impact on what is already a wonderful place to live and work.

CCYP Committees: Executive Committee | Finance Committee (Chair) | Leadership & Professional Advancement Committee

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Alton Chun

Director; Executive Committee Member (At Large)

Chief Operating Officer, Upland Capital Corporation | Harbor View Hotel

Prior to his current role, Alton served as Regional Managing Director of Wequassett Resort and Golf Club and the Red Jacket Resort Collection on Cape Cod. He led the Wequassett for five years and more recently, under the management of EOS Hospitality, was promoted to oversee owned and managed EOS resort properties in the region.

Prior to his tenure on Cape Cod, Alton had 15 years of luxury hotel experience in New York, where he managed and opened Five Star and Five Diamond hotels from the Mandarin Oriental to the flagship, Park Hyatt. Alton finds true alignment in his role when there is a positive and meaningful impact from the properties with their guests, colleagues, and the communities they are serving. In addition to CCYP, Alton is on the Board of Directors of the Harwich Chamber of Commerce, Outer Cape Health Services, and serves on Forbes Travel Guide’s Standards Advisory committee.

Alton was drawn to Cape Cod for its beauty and rich maritime history and felt it would be an ideal environment for he and his wife, Kristen, to raise their four children. The Chuns reside on the Cape and have enjoyed exploring the Cape and all it has to offer during the changing seasons.

"I believe that the Cape’s young workforce is our future, and their development and support is imperative to the region’s economic vibrancy. CCYP continues to play a key role in advocating this progress and I hope to contribute to this effort in a meaningful way."

CCYP Committees: Executive Committee (At Large) | Development Committee | Leadership & Professional Advancement Committee

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Casey Chatelain


Environmental Scientist, Horsley Witten Group

Casey is an Environmental Scientist with the Horsley Witten Group, Inc., an environmental consulting firm that works to provide their clients with sustainable environmental solutions. Prior to working for HW she worked for a variety of environmental non-profits on Cape Cod. Casey has a BA in Environmental Studies from College of the Holy Cross and a Masters of Oceanography from the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography.

Casey grew up in New York and spent her summers in Cotuit. She currently resides in Brewster with her husband, loving the outdoors while taking care of their dog, barn cat, chickens, bees, and garden. Casey joined the CCYP Board of Directors excited to advance CCYP's incredibly important mission.

CCYP Committees: Nominating & Governance Committee | Shape the Cape Summit Committee (Co-Chair) | Civic & Community Engagement Committee

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​Stephanie Dennehy


Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer at Cape Cod 5

Stephanie Dennehy serves as Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer at Cape Cod 5. Stephanie has been in the financial services marketing space for 13 years. She joined Cape Cod 5 in 2016, and in her current role, oversees the Bank’s marketing, advertising, media relations, communications, design and branding, event management, digital strategy, community engagement, and the Bank’s financial education initiatives. Prior to joining Cape Cod 5, Stephanie worked for a financial institution based in Boston, MA.

Stephanie attended Bentley University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing with a minor in Computer Information Systems. She is also a graduate of the American Bankers Association’s (ABA) Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the Wharton School at UPENN. She serves as a Board member of the New England Financial Marketing Association and a member of the Advisory Board for the ABA Bank Marketing Conference. Stephanie is an active member of CCYP, serving on their Leadership and Professional Advancement Committee. She and her husband have two sons and a golden retriever.

“It is a privilege to join such a great group of directors for an organization that I deeply respect and whose mission I’ve long been invested in. I look forward to continuing to support the amazing work of CCYP and its role in shaping the future leaders in our community.”

CCYP Committee: Leadership & Professional Advancement Committee

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Elizabeth Jenkins


Director of Planning & Development, Town of Barnstable

Elizabeth S. Jenkins, AICP is a senior municipal manager in the field of community planning and economic development. She is committed to building engaged, creative, and sustainable communities through supporting neighborhood revitalization, opportunities that create jobs and housing for an intergenerational community, the protection and preservation of our natural resources, and resilience in the face of a changing climate. Elizabeth has a Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Minnesota and a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She was a 2018 Cape & Plymouth Business Magazine 40 Under 40 winner. She also serves on the Board of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Planning Association. The Jenkins family resides in Yarmouth Port and enjoys the beach, hiking, canoeing, Sunday driving, art, music, and baseball.

CCYP Committees: Scholarship & Grants Committee (Chair)| Governance Committee | Shape the Cape Summit Committee

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Sarah Mason


Founder and Owner, Cape Cod Nail Company

Sarah is a Cape Cod native, small business owner and entrepreneur. She is a mom of two young boys, fitness enthusiast, lover of adventure and the outdoors. Sarah founded Cape Cod Nail Co. in 2016, one of two mobile nail salons in the state and the only servicing South of Boston. In three short years she has more than doubled her business growth and launched a product line of eco friendly nail lacquer that promotes Cape Cod culture and gives back the the community. The innovation of Cape Cod Nail Company has caught the attention of media outlets including the Cape Cod Times and Cape & Plymouth Business Magazine, and the South Coast Times after her success in the EforAll Business Accelerator Program.

Prior to the launch of her business, Sarah worked in high end spas, exploring life on the other side of the bridge. Knowing the Cape was the only place that would ever feel like home, she returned to raise her children and became primarily a stay at home mom. Sarah worked part time as an instructor at a woman's fitness club and fed her passion for nails working at the club's in house salon. After 13 years in the nail industry she began to grow restless with the lack of job opportunities available to suit her family's needs. Driven by her desire for more, she combined out of the box thinking and a recent shift in state legislature to pave the way for her mobile business. This is the energy Sarah hopes to share with her involvement as a CCYP board member. She is passionate about cultivating relationships within the community, highlighting the best parts about living on Cape Cod, and helping and connecting others. She prides herself on her resourcefulness and always welcomes a challenge.

Sarah is a huge supporter of EforAll, serves as a mentor and resource for EforAll Cape Cod, sits on the Cape Cod Chamber Wedding Committee, and volunteers time and service within the special needs communities on Cape Cod. When she's not brainstorming ways to grow her business, she spends quality time with her boys exploring different parts of the Cape and sampling the local restaurant scenes.

CCYP Committees: Development Committee | Leadership & Professional Advancement Committee

Sarah Nitsch


Senior Marketing Manager, Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty

Sarah is the Senior Marketing Manager for Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty, assists with philanthropy and event coordination for the Provincetown Film Society, and owns and operates the digital marketing and social media company NitschWorks, LLC with her husband Rob. Sarah was previously the Marketing & Events Coordinator for Cape Cod Children’s Place.

Sarah and her family moved to the Cape from the west coast, where they lived for 12 years. While there, Sarah attended Film School at the Academy of Art University, and she and her husband worked in different areas of the film business (in VFX & Animation and in commercials, TV and indie films, respectively).When their first son, August, was born, the draw to small town, community-focused living became the priority, and they moved to Brewster in 2011.Getting involved locally came easily through nonprofit work and assisting local businesses on their social media strategies. Sarah translated her film making and storytelling experience into creating compelling content for cohesive online branding and greater marketing presence.

In her free time, she is commissioner of the Dennis Women’s Flag Football League; enjoys time with her two sons; skiing and leaf peeping trips to Vermont with her husband, who shoots landscape photography; the natural beauty of the Cape; cooking; traveling; and socializing with friends. Sarah is excited to be a member of the CCYP board and strengthen all the Cape has to offer for young professionals and families. It all starts with getting involved, so GET INVOLVED!

CCYP Committees: Development Committee (Chair) | Shape the Cape Summit Committee | Civic & Community Engagement Committee

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Patrick Phelan


Certified Financial Planner, Eagle Strategies LLC

Patrick works as a financial planner with Eagle Strategies, LLC and has lived on Cape Cod full-time since 2014. He works with motivated individuals and business owners to help them accumulate, protect, enjoy, and ultimately distribute their wealth. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree at Wake Forest University and holds several designations including CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™. He is also a Chartered Financial Consultant, a Chartered Life Underwriter, and Certified for Long-Term Care through the American College of Financial Services. He is a member of the Financial Planning Association, the Million Dollar Round Table, the Estate Planning Council of Cape Cod, and the President’s Council at New York Life.

Prior to moving to Cape Cod, Patrick spent six years playing professional soccer for various clubs around the world. Upon retiring from soccer in 2013, he and his wife relocated to the Cape to raise their family. He joined CCYP in 2014 after seeing firsthand the challenges that young professionals face on Cape Cod.

He lives in Eastham with his wife, their three children, and their yellow lab. When not working, he enjoys skiing and sailing with his family, soccer, golf, and enjoying the relaxed lifestyle on Cape Cod. Patrick is excited to work to help advance the mission of CCYP and to create a community where all can thrive.

CCYP Committees: Finance Committee | Development Committee | Leadership & Professional Advancement Committee

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Crystal Pieschel


Marketing Director, Mid-Cape Home Centers

Crystal relies on her experience and inquisitiveness to help her lead the creation, management, and execution of all of Mid-Cape Home Centers' marketing and communications strategies, with a special focus on business development. From multi-channel media campaigns and comprehensive digital strategies to internal and external branding and communications, events of all shapes and sizes, and relationship marketing focused on both builder and community engagement, Crystal is clearly passionate about advancing Mid-Cape, the team and the local community. Crystal graduated from the University Minnesota's Carlson School of Business Management, with a double major in Marketing and Operations.

After growing up in the Mid-West and spending 5 years in Austin, Texas, Crystal seized an opportunity to relocate to Cape Cod in 2016 and has immersed herself in the local community since day one. Serving on multiple HB&RACC (Home Builders and Remodelers Association) committees and driving Mid-Cape Home Center’s community support and engagement initiative, Crystal brings a well-rounded perspective to CCYP.

“I’m excited to take this next step in my involvement with CCYP. With both my role at Mid-Cape and my personal professional development goals, this feels like such a natural fit. Kristen and the Boards’ passion to unite and advocate for Cape Cod Professionals and the community alike inspires me. I am looking forward to the opportunity to help make a difference with this impressive group of professionals.”

CCYP Committees: Leadership & Professional Advancement Committee | Back to Business Bash Committee

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Michael Pillarella


Executive Chef, Wianno Club

Michael Pillarella, a Southeastern Massachusetts native, has been cultivating his passion for food since childhood. He started his formal education at the preeminent culinary school in the area, Johnson and Wales University in Rhode Island. He graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in culinary arts. Throughout his career, Michael has always pursued meaningful opportunities to train with well-respected chefs in the industry, including two Certified Master Chefs: Edward Leonard CMC at The Westchester Country Club, and also Lawrence McFadden at the Five-Diamond Ritz-Carlton in Amelia Island, FL. In 2017 Michael participated in three American Culinary Federation Cooking Competitions earning two gold medals and one silver medal as well as earning the title of Northeast Regional Chef of the Year. He is also President and co-founder of the Cape Cod and the Islands Chefs Association Chapter of the American Culinary Federation, and earned his Certified Executive Chef status in 2011.

CCYP Committees: Governance Committee | Leadership & Professional Advancement Committee

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Founder and Music Director, Cape Cod Chamber Orchestra

Matt is an emerging conductor based on Cape Cod, where he currently serves as Founder and Music Director of the Cape Cod Chamber Orchestra, the Music Director for the Civic Orchestra of New Haven (CT), and Director of Music at Pilgrim Church in Harwichport. He studied conducting at the Tanglewood Music Center and currently serves as a cover conductor for the Portland Maine Symphony. He received his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Boston University, where he received the Conducting Department Award for Excellence in Conducting. As the Founder and Music Director of the Cape Cod Chamber Orchestra, he has established the only professional chamber orchestra serving the region, with a mission to commission music collaboratively with individuals and organizations. The orchestra was awarded first prize in the American Prize Competition for Orchestra performance in 2020 and was named "Best New Cultural Attraction" by Yankee Magazine in 2019. Matt has been involved in Alzheimer’s care for the past several years, working with memory care facilities at Maplewood Senior Living and the Alzheimer's Family Support Center. By using aspects of music appreciation and conducting, he has developed a curriculum for working with individuals dealing with memory loss in order to allow them to reconnect to their loved ones.

CCYP Committee: Shape the Cape Summit Committee

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President & Owner, Glivinski & Associates, Inc.

Valerie is the President of and recently purchased Glivinski & Associates, Inc. Prior to purchasing the business, she worked for Glivinski & Associates for 8 years. She received her undergraduate degree in Accounting from Johnson & Wales and continued on to complete her master’s in accountancy from University of Phoenix. With over 22 years in the field, she brings complex accounting experience through financial statement preparation in development, property management, and manufacturing industries, and has become an expert in nonprofit fiscal management and best business practice. Val serves on the board of The Family Table Collaborative as the Treasurer. She lives in West Yarmouth with her husband and twin daughters.

CCYP Committee: Finance Committee

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Founder, JT's Chronicles

JT is the founder of JT's Chronicles, a nonprofit organization that focuses on promoting positivity in communities, and teaching kids about loving themselves, setting goals, and persevering through challenges.

As a lifelong resident and unofficial "Mayor of Cape Cod", bringing joy to his community is what he was meant to do. JT has supported the Cape Cod community through dances, tournaments, parties, school drives, motivational speaking events and so much more.

JT has partnered with CCYP in building community through the Shape the Cape Summit and Back to Business Bash, spreading positivity and engaging participants at these regional events. JT was also a presenter during CCYP's "Communicating with Confidence" workshop series.

JT notes that he has "been a fan of CCYP and the positive business impact they have made on the Cape. And being on the Board, I want to bring more diversity and awareness to the organization!"

CCYP Committee: Leadership & Professional Advancement Committee

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Project Accountant, Tighe & Bond

In early 2014, Mariia moved to Cape Cod where she established roots and started building her life. She enrolled at Cape Cod Community College and commenced her career in the banking sector. As Mariia advanced in her studies, her passion for accounting and business operations emerged. This led her to join the Coastal Engineering team, where she collaborated closely with the CFO on diverse financial and administrative tasks, including accounting and human resources.

Following Coastal Engineering's acquisition by Tighe & Bond, Mariia transitioned to Tighe & Bond's accounting team, assuming the role of Project Accountant. Demonstrating her commitment to continuous educational growth, Mariia eagerly anticipates completing her Master's in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from Charlot College of Business in the spring of 2024. Notably, Mariia took pride in her role as Treasurer at the Cape Cod Human Resources Association in the last few years. She is also a proud alumnus of the Community Leadership Institute Class of 2019.

Passionate about personal and professional development, Mariia joined CCYP to connect with like-minded professionals and actively contribute to collaborative initiatives fostering professional growth on Cape Cod. Currently residing in Yarmouth with her husband and daughter, Mariia enjoys exploring the scenic beauty of Cape Cod and nurturing her love for travel.

CCYP Committees: Finance Committee | Leadership & Professional Advancement Committee

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Christina Wiseman


Director of Events, Housing Assistance Corporation

Christina is an experienced nonprofit professional currently in the role of Director of Events at Housing Assistance Corporation, where the mission is to strengthen our region by empowering individuals, fostering community connections, and increasing affordable housing opportunities. Previously, she was the Associate Director of Communications & Advancement at Duffy Health Center. Christina grew up in Milton, Massachusetts, and visited the Cape her entire life. She provided summer help to several of the Cape’s small businesses from a young age, and has consistently maintained her connection to Cape Cod despite many travels.

Christina graduated from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, where she studied International Affairs and had the opportunity to spend time studying in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Senegal, West Africa. After graduation she served as an AmeriCorps VISTA with a D.C.-based nonprofit advocating for language access for non-English speaking communities in the city.

From 2010-2012, Christina served in Togo, West Africa as a Girls’ Education and Empowerment Agent with the United States Peace Corps. Upon her return to the U.S., she was the Executive Director of a small nonprofit working to prevent family homelessness in the Boston area. She returned to Cape Cod full time in 2016.

Christina lives in Harwich with her husband, young son, and dog. She also serves on the Board of the Harwich Ecumenical Council for the Homeless. In her free time Christina enjoys running, yoga, and spending time outdoors with her family.

CCYP Committees: Civic & Community Engagement Committee (Chair); Development Committee; Shape the Cape Summit Committee

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Elizabeth York


Executive Director, Cape Cod Maritime Museum

Elizabeth is a museum specialist, serving as the Executive Director of the Cape Cod Maritime Museum since 2020. The Cape Cod Maritime Museum preserves and celebrates the Cape’s maritime heritage, from material culture to marine biology. Having grown up in Acton, MA, Elizabeth has been surrounded by history since a young age, and it took a hold professionally. She attended Ithaca College, graduating with a Bachelor’s in Art History, and afterwards, moved to Sydney, Australia for four years. Art, Culture, and History called Elizabeth back to the US, where she received her Master’s in Museum Studies from John F. Kennedy University. During her career, Elizabeth has worked at several museums and non-profit organizations around the country, such as the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA to the Trustees of Reservations in Sharon, MA.

Prior to serving as the Executive Director at the Cape Cod Maritime Museum, Elizabeth was the Director of Collections at Battleship Cove in Fall River, MA. Elizabeth, her husband, and her son moved to Sandwich in 2023, officially becoming wash-ashores. Elizabeth enjoys rowing, swimming, spending time with her husband and son, and tending to her flock of chickens. She also serves as a Director for Clagett Sailing in Newport, RI.

CCYP Committees: Shape the Cape Summit Committee | Civic & Community Engagement Committee