Incompass Human Services, a founding affiliate of the New England Human Services Collaborative (NEHSCO), is proud to announce Brad MacDougall as the new Chair of the Board of Directors. The organization also warmly welcomes Carolyn Dunn as a new member of the Board.
Brad MacDougall, who has been a member of the Board of Directors for four years, succeeds Timothy Allen, who has been designated as Emeritus Chair of the Incompass Board of Directors. Allen will continue his invaluable service as Chair of the Board of the New England Human Services Collaborative.
MacDougall’s role as the Director of Consulting Services New England at CGI, combined with his extensive experience across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors that includes a fourteen year tenure as a vice president of government affairs at Associated Industries of Massachusetts, makes him exceptionally well-suited to lead the board.
“I am truly honored to serve as the Chair of the Board of Incompass Human Services,” said MacDougall. “It is with great pride and enthusiasm that I take on this role, and I want to express my deep appreciation for the dedication and support of the entire Incompass community. Together, we will continue to create a positive impact and empower individuals to live fulfilling lives.”
In addition, Carolyn Dunn joins the board, bringing 25 years of dedicated service in human services, particularly in residential programs and hospice care. Her extensive experience as a National Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) and her proactive role in developing solutions during the COVID-19 pandemic for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services are invaluable to Incompass Human Services.
Jean Phelps, CEO of Incompass Human Services, expressed her enthusiasm about these appointments. “We are thrilled to welcome Brad MacDougall as our new Chair of the Board of Directors and Carolyn Dunn as a new board member. Brad’s leadership and vision have been instrumental in our board’s success, and we are excited to see him step into this new role. Carolyn’s vast experience and dedication to human services make her a perfect fit for our team. Together, their contributions will undoubtedly steer Incompass towards a future rooted in growth and innovation.”
The Board appointments are pivotal for Incompass Human Services as the organization continues to expand its reach and impact in the community. With a new strategic plan in place, their combined expertise and commitment to service will play a critical role in guiding the organization’s strategic direction and enhancing its mission.