About

Vision

The Possible Project uses entrepreneurship as a framework to close the skills and opportunities gap facing young people with untapped potential.

Mission

The Possible Project works to instill an entrepreneurial mindset in our students, developing the social-emotional skills necessary to work collaboratively and solve problems in a high-level career path. We guide students through a dynamic curriculum, including hands-on work experience and individualized career planning, to develop the personal qualities that predict future professional success.

Values

We know that anything is possible. Here are the values we foster in our students and our staff.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP – Youth creating possibilities
RESPECT – Show care and consideration for yourself and your communities
TEAMWORK – Cooperate and collaborate
RESILIENCE – Display effort and optimism when facing adversity
INTEGRITY – Hold yourself to the highest ethical standards
FUN – Bring joy and passion to whatever you do

History

Lifelong entrepreneurs Mark and Becky Levin founded The Possible Project (TPP) in 2010 to fulfill a dream of creating a place where young people can become entrepreneurs and, in the process, acquire a host of personal and professional skills that will propel them to long-term success in life, education, and their careers.

We opened our first site in Cambridge, Massachusetts and serve students from all three public high schools (Cambridge Rindge & Latin, Community Charter School of Cambridge, and Prospect Hill Academy Charter School). In 2016, we welcomed our first students from Boston’s Madison Park Vocational Technical High School, expanding to a second site in Massachusetts. One day, we plan to bring our program to underserved communities in other states and around the globe.

The Possible Project Team

Becky Levin

Becky Levin

Executive Director
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About Becky Levin

Becky brings three decades of business experience to the role of Executive Director, in addition to a strong background in non-profit philanthropy.  Becky founded Levin and Company, a search consulting firm with five domestic offices and an international affiliate, where she was CEO and then Executive Chairman.  She also serves as an Honorary Board Member for The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare and was a Member of the Board of Trustees for Partners In Health through November 2014.  A Co-Founder of The Possible Project, Becky has worked internally with the organization from the onset in various capacities including as an Entrepreneur-In-Residence, General Manager of Cambridge Made Possible, and Chief Business Officer. She was named Executive Director in May 2014. Becky is actively involved as a philanthropist for the healthcare field, children's issues, and the arts.  She is a photographer and loves to travel.

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Brenda C. Sanchez

Brenda C. Sanchez

Vice President, Development & Communications
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About Brenda C. Sanchez

Brenda brings nearly 15 to 20 years of successful fundraising experience to The Possible Project and is passionate about building meaningful partnerships that strengthen organizational impact.  Prior to joining TPP in September 2014, she served as Chief Development Officer for Wentworth Institute of Technology where she secured $30 million in private and corporate support, the largest sum in the institution’s history. Brenda’s  experience includes working for various financial and educational institutions, including the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  Aside from her deep commitment to youth and education, Brenda is food enthusiast and an occasional guest chef at local Boston restaurants.

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Jacey Buel

Jacey Buel

Sr. Entrepreneurship Education Director
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About Jacey Buel

Jacey has spent his professional career improving the lives of at-risk youth. He has worked to empower vulnerable teen populations by placing them in decision-making positions and setting performance standards that they often exceed. For 12 years, Jacey worked in Cambridge as a tutor, basketball coach, mentor, and after-school program coordinator. While attending Suffolk University Law School, he collaborated with Cambridge Rindge & Latin to create the City of Cambridge Man to Man/Woman to Woman program, which paired high school students with professional mentors throughout Massachusetts. Jacey also led the Dating Violence Intervention Program in Cambridge and created an online resale business, Consignments Online. Jacey has 100% faith in three things, that our students can do anything, that casual Fridays are a terrible idea, and that real lawyers spend their days teaching entrepreneurship.

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Josh Furgeson, Ph.D.

Josh Furgeson, Ph.D.

Vice President, Evaluation & Learning
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About Josh Furgeson, Ph.D.

Josh brings 10 plus years of research and evaluation experience to help improve and evaluate TPP programming. Prior to TPP, Josh was a senior researcher at Mathematica Policy Research, where he directed and contributed to experimental, quasi-experimental, and qualitative analyses of educational programs and practices. He also helped synthesize and make rigorous research accessible to educators and policymakers for the U.S. Department of Education’s What Works Clearinghouse. A former high school teacher, Josh received his Ph.D. in Public Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon University. In his spare time, Josh plays basketball, thinks about how to design rigorous studies to answer trivial questions, and tries to visit India.

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Gretchen Fougere, Ph.D.

Gretchen Fougere, Ph.D.

Vice President of Education
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About Gretchen Fougere, Ph.D.

Gretchen brings a love of designing, creating, and teaching to TPP with 13+ years in STEAM education. Gretchen was a senior leader at Engineering is Elementary at the Museum of Science and a formal and informal K-12 educator. As Associate Dean in the College of Engineering at Boston University, she founded and led 3 STEM educational programs, annually training and deploying 60 engineers to 3,400 secondary students nationwide. To scale these programs, she raised funds of $2.2m from the NSF, foundations, tech companies, and NASA, and she partnered with engineering faculty to secure over $4m for their NSF research grants. She was selected as a Mass High Tech Woman to Watch and a K-12 Engineering Fellow at 100kin10. In 10+ years as an engineer, she led product development teams, designed jet engines and patented energy storage devices. As one of the original nanotechnology researchers, she received a PhD in Materials Engineering from Northwestern University. She holds two engineering Bachelor’s degrees from Vanderbilt University. A graduate of Memphis City schools, Gretchen lets off “steam” playing doubles tennis.  

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Channa Srey

Channa Srey

Sr. Manager of College and Career Pathways
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About Channa Srey

Channa has always maintained an active interest in education, youth development, and entrepreneurship. While pursuing his Bachelor's in Business Economics at Brown University, he ventured down College Hill weekly to mentor middle school students. While at Brown, he also found time to foster a serious interest in business. His business team, NetEffect Education Solutions, won both the Brown Entrepreneurship Program’s Elevator Speech Contest and the Brown $50K Business Plan Competition. After graduation, he worked in the business sector for two years before making the switch to working with federally funded TRIO programs (Upward Bound and Educational Talent Search). Growing up in Lynn, Massachusetts as a Cambodian refugee gave Channa valuable insights in responding to the needs of students. He joined TPP after earning his Master's Degree in Education Policy and Management from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. When Channa is not saving the world one student at a time, he enjoys playing guitar, going to concerts, and lounging around in bookstores and cafés while sipping coffee and reading poetry…well, maybe not so much the “reading poetry” part.

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Maya Nitzberg

Maya Nitzberg

Development & Communications Manager
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About Maya Nitzberg

Maya has always been passionate about working with youth and helping to close the opportunity gap. Maya’s history has included developing curriculum for enrichment programs and leading and participating on teams to create and implement programs for schools, summer camps, and community organizations. Maya has helped launch and manage an afterschool program in Somerville for a K-8 school and taught English using experiential learning in Seoul, South Korea for two years. Maya graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst with a major in Psychology. While attending university, she acted as youth leader representing the United States at the 2008 annual Global Conference for Youth Entrepreneurship and Sustainability (YES, Inc.) in Alexandria, Egypt. Aside from her commitment to economic mobility, women issues and social innovation, she is an avid photographer, travel and outdoor enthusiast, and currently working on mastering her cooking skills.

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Kelsey Katahira

Kelsey Katahira

Entrepreneurship Education Manager
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About Kelsey Katahira

Kelsey brings to The Possible Project an entrepreneurial spirit and love for youth development. Kelsey graduated from Northeastern University with a BA in Human Services and Sociology. While attending university, she worked at several non-profit organizations and youth programs including TPP. She also served as a leader among her peers and received the Americorp Education Award for her dedication to community service. Her passion for helping others and participation in service trips to New Mexico, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic reinforced her desire to pursue a career in public service. Kelsey is excited to be back in the Boston area, but dearly misses her Chicago deep dish pizza and Bulls fans.

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Philip Johnston

Philip Johnston

Entrepreneurship Education Coordinator
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About Philip Johnston

At The Possible Project, Philip teaches entrepreneurship and business development, as well as design thinking, rapid prototyping, and business management. Additionally, Philip works with the education team to recruit students, communicate with all stakeholders (schools, parents, volunteers, and corporate partners), and organize programmatic events such as Business Expos, Marketplaces, and Pitch Panels. Prior to working at TPP, Philip taught middle school mathematics and apprenticeship classes dedicated to the development of students' 21st century skills at a public middle school in Chelsea, MA. Philip graduated from Boston College with a degree in history and has been working for educational non-profits since college. Apart from work, Philip enjoys hip-hop, basketball, and all things Boston sports. Go Sox!

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Trevor Tierney

Trevor Tierney

Entrepreneurship Education Associate
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About Trevor Tierney

As an Entrepreneurship Education Associate, Trevor works with the education team to teach and guide TPP students through programming and business creation with a focus on entrepreneurial concepts and business management. Trevor has watched his father own and operate an audio recording studio his entire life and worked for seven small businesses since age fourteen. Trevor also helped create and operate a student-run business his first year at Babson College as part of the curriculum. He realized his love for youth development through running youth basketball programs for years in Maine and Massachusetts. After teaching entrepreneurship to Ghanaian high school students as part of the Ghana Project 2014, Trevor realized his passion for teaching and education. Trevor hopes to enrich the student experience at TPP and is proud to serve the community where he now lives. Trevor was born and raised in Maine and has unconditional love for his Patriots and Celtics.

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Tamar Gaffin-Cahn

Tamar Gaffin-Cahn

Entrepreneurship Education Associate
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About Tamar Gaffin-Cahn

Tamar comes to The Possible Project with a social enterprise and international development background including a love for youth engagement. Before TPP, Tamar lived in India for one year as the Outreach and Social Media Coordinator for BookBox, a literacy education company. To get to India, she studied social enterprises and impact investing through Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey as part of the Frontier Market Scout (FMS) fellowship. Previous to FMS, Tamar participated in StartingBloc, a transformative innovation, and entrepreneurship professional development program directly after graduating from Binghamton University where she studied International Social Change (yes, she created her own major) with a minor in Africana Studies. Tamar also has years of experience working as a summer camp counselor at Camp Yavneh in New Hampshire creating dynamic and fun programming for teenagers. Outside of TPP, you can find Tamar going on adventures whether it be hiking, traveling, learning about the stars, or getting lost staring at maps. Don't judge, as a life-long vegetarian, Tamar has been found eating a green pepper like an apple.

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Tailour Garbutt

Tailour Garbutt

College and Career Pathways Associate
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About Tailour Garbutt

Tailour brings her passion for youth development, college access, and education reform to The Possible Project in her role as the College and Career Pathways Associate.Tailour graduated from Dartmouth College with a BA in English and African and African American Studies. Throughout her undergraduate career, Tailour sought out opportunities to engage in the social sector, specifically focusing on education and access to higher education.She has worked with at-risk youth in and out of the classroom, serving as an intern, mentor, academic coach, and staff member at various non-profit youth programs. As a Los Angeles native, Tailour could go without the cold winters of the Northeast, but she absolutely loves the changing colors of fall. She is happy to be in a city again— no offense, middle-of-nowhere Hanover, New Hampshire. When Tailour is not working with youth, she enjoys traveling, experimenting with new recipes, and binge watching her favorite shows.

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Shami Andalcio

Shami Andalcio

Entrepreneurship Education Associate
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About Shami Andalcio

Shami comes to the Possible Project with a rich history of creativity, youth development and entrepreneurship. Before attending Brandeis University, during a gap semester in New Orleans, Shami lead creative design for a startup clothing brand (Flight School Clothing, LLC). During that same time Shami spent a two month period contributing to the grassroots economic development taking place in Post-Katrina New Orleans. Here, Shami began cultivating his passion for environmental and community development. This passion grew exponentially during a gap year from Brandeis. Shami travelled to his home country of India to work on sustainable environmental development in New Delhi (Centre For Indian Industry) and the Western Himalayas (Grassroots India). Immediately after completing his degree in Sociology at Brandeis, Shami founded an environmentally focused clothing brand (Tree House Threads, LLC), in which he combined his two greatest passions: creative design and environmental/community sustainability. These experiences, combined with growing up in the historic neighborhood of Roxbury, have composed a symphony of passions: all focused on orchestrating a more creative and sustainable future for Boston.

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Ricky Richardson

Ricky Richardson

Entrepreneurship Education Associate
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About Ricky Richardson

Learning is a journey: it takes you to new places and introduces you to new ways of thinking. Ricky took a new step in his own journey when he flew from Memphis, TN to study mathematics and music at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (He could often be found in rehearsal rooms or on stage singing with his friends.) After spending many summers working with middle and high school students, Ricky became a high school math and science at the Community Charter School of Cambridge. All of his work as a student, teacher, and advisor have developed a deep interest in community, mentorship, music, learning, and storytelling. Ricky values helping people to discover paths towards their best lives. His journey is made with a smile, a song, and a lot of laughter.

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Kate Mackie

Kate Mackie

Business & Education Associate
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About Kate Mackie

Kate brings over 10 years of experience volunteering and working with a variety of education non-profit organizations in the US, Australia, and Thailand. She is passionate about educational equity and empowering young people to have a greater voice in their communities. As a Business & Education Associate, Kate works within the Enterprise Team and helps run the We Sell Possible business. Kate has a Master’s Degree in Education Policy & Management from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, as well as a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce from Monash University. She previously worked a corporate lawyer in her home town of Melbourne, Australia. Outside of TPP, Kate loves to travel the world, visit her family in Australia, and cook Italian food.

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Jack Keeley

Jack Keeley

Business & Design Manager
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About Jack Keeley

As Business and Design Manager, Jack leads design projects and business initiatives for TPP's in-house enterprise, Made Possible. Jack’s expertise in the “digi-fab” world largely comes from his time managing danger!awesome - a commercial design studio in Cambridge - where he supervised a diverse and abundant range of client projects, as well as a team of local artists, teachers, and technicians. Before his foray into design in teaching, Jack worked with youth in the mental health field and spent time studying in Massachusetts and England. Perhaps ironically, Jack credits his study of English as an invaluable source for entrepreneurial inspiration and an overall ethos of developing ‘accessibility’ in the realms of business, design, mental health, and education. Strangers and friends compliment him on his beard, but his mother remains obstinately opposed. Its potential impact on future matrimony frightens her, which remains a topic of ongoing debate between the two ...

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David Selles

David Selles

Makerspace Education Coordinator
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About David Selles

David has always been passionate about making and creating with digital tools and loves using creative technologies as a vehicle to kindle students’ curiosity, self-expression, and motivation in STEM education. After graduating from Bennington College where he studied mathematics, education, and digital art, David worked at the Flagship Computer Clubhouse at the Museum of Science - Boston, a drop-in digital media studio and community space for youth from underserved communities, and later as a Senior Technician and Education Lead at Danger!Awesome, a commercial makerspace in Cambridge’s Central Square. David never grew out of his love of taking things apart as a child, although these days he’s better at putting things back together again.

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Gia Manigat

Gia Manigat

Makerspace Education Associate
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About Gia Manigat

As a Makerspace Education Associate, Gia brings her love of working with the youth and her design/artist passions to The Possible Project. Gia graduated from Massachusetts College of Art and Design with a BA Industrial/Product Design and Sculpture. Gia's knowledge and experience comes from working for retail companies as an Industrial designer where she designed/ constructed product and worked on brand development. Her background in youth development began when she worked as a tutor in her hometown's local library in Stoughton. She then went on to working with local Boston programs such as SPARC! the art mobile - where she facilitated art and designed based projects with the youth from surrounding communities and worked as a mentor and teacher at Artward Bound - a 4 year college access program for students who are underserved in terms of access to the arts and financial need with the intent to pursue a career in the art and design fields. Apart from teaching and learning from her students, Gia enjoys being around creative minds, explaining where her birth name 'Phernegize' (pronounced frienn-geez) comes from, impromptu slam poetry outings, oldie but goodie comics, and an occasional Bova's Bakery cannoli.

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Kaitlyn Rippel

Kaitlyn Rippel

Business & Education Associate
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About Kaitlyn Rippel

As a Business & Education Associate with the We Sell Possible team, Kaitlyn brings to TPP a love for community and youth development and a passion for empowering young people to build and create the future of their communities. A Midwest native, Kaitlyn graduated with a degree in Sociology and International Studies from Kansas State University. During her time in school, she also minored in Entrepreneurship and Spanish and worked as a coordinator for a service-learning program. She has spent time with youth development organizations in South Africa, taught in the public school system in Colombia, and has worked with various social enterprise startups over recent years. Outside of TPP, you can find Kaitlyn discovering new green places to hike, reminiscing on Kansas sunsets, and exploring the city as a new Boston resident.

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Barbara Vaughn

Barbara Vaughn

Executive Assistant to Becky Levin
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About Barbara Vaughn

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Dora Boudreau

Dora Boudreau

Chief of Staff
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About Dora Boudreau

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Board of Directors

Cynthia Harmon

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About Cynthia Harmon

Cynthia is the Assistant Head for Program and Professional Development at The Park School in Brookline. During her 16 years in independent school education, she has been a teacher, coach, advisor, and administrator. Cynthia is a native of Philadelphia, but has called the Boston area home for the past 20 years. A conservatory-trained classical vocalist, she has been a member of the New England Spiritual Ensemble since 1995. In addition to her musical interests, Cynthia eagerly supports organizations whose missions are dedicated to social justice, education, and youth leadership. To that end, she has served on the boards of Thompson Island Outward Bound Educational Center and Boston Center for Community and Justice.

Gary A. Cohen, Esq.

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About Gary A. Cohen, Esq.

Gary has 30+ years of law and ethics experience, including legal representation of industry-leading biotechnology companies. Gary is Co-Founder and President of Humatics, a Cambridge company, building small, short-range radar systems to transform the relationship between people, places and things. He previously held positions as Senior Advisor at Metamark Genetics in Cambridge, as well as Senior Vice President and General Counsel at Knome. Gary formerly was Vice President, Bioethics, Law & Policy at Foundation Medicine, a cancer personalized medicine company. Prior to that position, Gary was Vice President, Ethics and Corporate Responsibility at Millennium Pharmaceuticals, where he was responsible for coordinating in-house and external programs in bioethics, business ethics, and corporate social responsibility. Formerly a Lecturer-in-Law at the Boston University School of Law, from 2006-2008 Gary was the Joe and Vi Jacobs Visiting Professor of Biotechnology Law and Ethics at the Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences in Claremont, California. Gary has served on numerous non-profit boards, volunteer groups, and philanthropic organizations.

Glenn Batchelder

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About Glenn Batchelder

Glenn Batchelder was most recently co-founder and CEO of Civitas Therapeutics, a pulmonary delivery company with a lead program for treating Parkinson’s disease that was acquired by Acorda Therapeutics. Prior to Civitas, he was the founding CEO of BIND Therapeutics (BIND), a leading nanotherapeutics company. Prior to BIND, Mr. Batchelder was the initial CEO of Acceleron Pharma (XLRN) an oncology and supportive care biotherapeutics company. Prior to Acceleron, Mr. Batchelder was Senior Vice President of Operations at Millennium Pharmaceuticals where he played an integral leadership role in the launch of VELCADE® and was responsible for the commercial supply chain and technical operations for INTEGRILIN®. Mr. Batchelder received a B.S. in chemical engineering from Lehigh in 1984 and serves on the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council.

Jake Murray

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About Jake Murray

Jake has served as the Director of the Wheelock College Aspire Institute since February 2009. Prior to joining Aspire, he served as a Child and Youth Planner for the City of Cambridge, overseeing strategic planning, quality improvement, and program development for early education, out-of-school-time, and youth development services. Previously Jake served as a Director of Community Partnerships for the Harvard Children's Initiative, leading a range of collaborative efforts to improve education outcomes in Boston and Cambridge. He has served as an education and social policy consultant to various public and private bodies. Mr. Murray holds degrees from Bates College, the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and the Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University.

Jay Moody

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About Jay Moody

Jay led the innovation programs of publicly traded companies for many years, and is now working to bring innovation and entrepreneurship skills to Boston-area youth. In 2000, after a postdoctoral fellowship at MIT in the Research Lab of Electronics, he helped launch a web-based startup called Vistaprint, which grew to 3,000 employees and $2B market capitalization within 10 years. At Vistaprint, Jay led the New Products Group, and then conceived and directed Vistaprint's Innovation Program. In 2011, Jay joined Intuit (maker of TurboTax, QuickBooks, etc.) as Innovation Leader, where he directed a program to help employees launch new lines of business for the company. Jay is now applying innovation strategies developed in corporate environments to solve problems outside of the corporate world. He has taught innovation and entrepreneurship to middle and high school students in various programs around Boston (Citizen Schools, The Possible Project, Youth CITIES, Wayland High School) and is particularly interested in bringing entrepreneurial skills to underserved youth. Jay holds a bachelor's degree in Chemistry, a master's in Japanese Language Pedagogy, and a Ph.D. in Cognitive Science. He lives with his wife and three basketball-loving boys in Wayland, MA.

Laurence Reid, Ph.D.

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About Laurence Reid, Ph.D.

Laurence is the CEO at Warp Drive Bio LLC. Prior to that he worked as the Senior Vice President and Chief Business Officer at Alnylam Pharmaceuticals. Before his position at Alnylam, Laurence was the Chief Business Officer at Ensemble Discovery, where he led the company's strategic planning, product strategy, and corporate development efforts. During 2004-2005, Laurence worked as a founder of two startup companies in the fields of stem cell therapeutics and inflammation. Laurence previously spent ten years at Millennium Pharmaceuticals in a range of general management and business development positions. From 2001-2003, Laurence served as General Manager of Millennium UK with responsibility for Millennium's European operations and as spokesperson to the European investor and media communities. Previously (1998-2001), he had been the Vice President of Business Development and Strategic Planning for the company's predictive medicine efforts.

Maria Z. Mossaides, Esq.

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About Maria Z. Mossaides, Esq.

Maria is currently the Director of the Office of the Child Advocate.  She previously served in many prestigious positions for the state, including Executive Director of Cambridge Family and Children's Service, General Counsel and Acting Commissioner of the Office for Children and Deputy General Counsel to the Department of Social Services. For nine years Maria worked for the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, first as the Executive Assistant to the Chief Justice and then as the Administrative Assistant to the Justices, the first woman appointed to the position. Maria graduated cum laude from Mount Holyoke College, received her law degree from SUNY at Buffalo, and a MPA from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. She currently teaches a course in Law and Ethics for Non-Profits at Suffolk University. Maria is active in numerous civic and business organizations and was honored by Massachusetts Law Weekly at their 3rd annual "Top Women of Law" event.

Mark Levin

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About Mark Levin

Mark is a biotechnology industry visionary with more than 36 years of industry experience, 25 years of which he spent building and operating leading biotech companies, including Millennium Pharmaceuticals. In 2007, Mark co-founded Third Rock Ventures, a life sciences venture firm, which focuses on the formation, development, and business strategy of its portfolio companies, as well as actively identifying and evaluating new investments. He is Co-Founder of The Possible Project.

Robert Tepper, M.D.

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About Robert Tepper, M.D.

Robert “Bob” Tepper is a distinguished scientist with over 25 years of experience building and operating leading R&D operations. Bob co-founded Third Rock Ventures in 2007 and focuses on the formation, development and scientific strategy of TRV portfolio companies as well as actively identifying and evaluating new investments. Prior to joining Third Rock Ventures, Bob was President of R&D at Millennium Pharmaceuticals and was vital in its expansion from a drug discovery company to a fully integrated biopharmaceutical company. Prior to Millennium, Bob co-founded Cell Genesys/Abgenix. Bob holds an AB in Biochemistry from Princeton University and his MD degree from Harvard Medical School.  Bob serves as an adjunct faculty member at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital and is an advisory board member of several leading health care institutions including the Partners HealthCare Center for Personalized Genetic Medicine, Harvard Medical School and Tufts Medical School.  Bob is a Board Member of Cerulean Pharmaceuticals and is on the Board of Overseers at Tufts University. He also serves on the Council of the National Center for the Advancement of Translational Sciences (NCATS) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). 

Jobs with The Possible Project

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The Possible Project’s team has the skills necessary to drive social impact in the 21st century. We rely on the talent and unrelenting commitment of our team to advance our mission.

We look for passionate people who have a demonstrated interest in entrepreneurship and social change—from former social and for-profit entrepreneurs, policy experts, educators, strategy consultants, finance and marketing professionals, and others. Great candidates thrive in our fast-paced, high-performing, learning-oriented, and collaborative environment.

The Possible Project is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, cultural heritage, ancestry, political belief, age, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability or veteran status.

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