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Board of Directors

Cathedral Square Board members, from left to right, starting at top: Chris Davis (president), Sr. Mary Boiselle, Mohamed Basha, Stephanie Miller Taylor (vice president), Jennifer Green, Erik Hoekstra (treasurer), Polly Nichol (secretary), Rev. Greta Getlein, Bud Ockert, Craig Jones, Amy Putnam, Shaun Gilpin and Carol Moran-Brown.

Cathedral Square is an independent, nonprofit and nonsectarian organization established in 1977. Our organization began when Burlington's Cathedral Church of St. Paul donated a portion of its land to build a residence for seniors of modest means and people with disabilities, which church leaders had identified as a priority social need in the area. By charter, Cathedral Square’s Board of Directors is elected by the vestry of St. Paul’s.

Chris Davis, President
Langrock Sperry & Wool LLP

Stephanie Miller Taylor, Vice President
Vice President & Director of Marketing, R.E.M. Development;
Partner, Miller Realty Group

Erik Hoekstra, Treasurer
Managing Partner

Polly Nichol, Secretary
Retired Director of Housing
Vermont Housing & Conservation Board

Mohamed Basha
Founder & CEO
TLC Nursing

Sr. Mary Boiselle, RSM
Retired Sisters of Mercy of the Americas

Shaun Gilpin
Housing Policy Specialist
Vermont Dept. of Housing & Community Development

Jennifer Green
Director of Sustainability & Workforce Vitality
Burlington Electric Department

Craig A. Jones, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer
Privis Health

Carol Moran-Brown
Retired Assistant Vice President of Student Services
Champlain College

Amy Putnam
Vice President of Community Practice Operations,
UVM Health Network Medical Group

Carroll “Bud” Ockert
Retired Colonel
U.S. Army

The Very Rev. Greta Getlein, Ex Officio
Dean & Rector
Cathedral Church of St. Paul