Family Promise's

Next Generation Committee


Nora Ali QuoteMillennials have surpassed baby boomers as the largest adult generation, and Generation Z is the largest generation overall in the country. Often characterized as social and passionate about values with a need for their voices to be heard, today’s youth are vital to the future of the nonprofit world. Recognizing their potential impact in the battle against family homelessness, Family Promise’s Next Generation Committee is raising awareness of this crisis within its peer group and beyond and engaging younger audiences with Family Promise.

Meet these young leaders:


Nora Ali

Nora Ali, Denver, CO
Board Vice-Chair, Family Promise of Greater Denver
B.A. Johns Hopkins University
J.D. Cornell Law School 

 


Maureen Cooke

Maureen Cooke, New York, NY
Communications Professional
B.A. Boston College

 


Julia Dowling

Julia Dowling, New York, NY
Brand and Growth Strategy Consultant
B.A. University of Richmond

 


Lisa Foster

Lisa Foster, Davie County, NC
Executive Director, Family Promise of Davie County
B.A. North Carolina State University
M.S.W. & M.P.H. University of Georgia

 


Peter Palombo

Peter Palombo, Chatham, NJ
Student and Volunteer
Marist College, Class of 2023

 


 

Jackson Stern

Jackson Stern, Waltham, MA
Student and Volunteer
Bentley University, Class of 2021

 


Richard Sun

Richard Sun, Summit, NJ
Consulting, Development, and Innovation Professional
B.S. Columbia University
J.D. Candidate, Harvard Law School

From the Family Promise National Board:


Joshua Barer

Joshua Barer, Mendham, NJ
Managing Director, Barer & Son Capital


 

Dan Tinkoff

Dan Tinkoff, Summit, NJ
Senior Partner, McKinsey & Co.

 

From the Family Promise National Staff:


Katie Coughlin

Katie Coughlin, Boonton, NJ
Marketing & Media Manager, Family Promise
B.A. Wagner College


Mitchell Petit-Frere

Mitchell Petit-Frere, Parsippany, NJ
Creative Content Manager, Family Promise
B.A. & M.A. Saint John’s University


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