Raymond is an entrepreneur, investor, and problem solver. He recently launched Pour Your Cup, a social enterprise, to foster a culture of generosity by making it easier for people to connect,
Doug Hausladen currently serves as Executive Director for the New Haven Parking Authority, which manages New Haven Union Station. He formerly served as the Director of Transportation for the City of New Haven.
Greg Ledovsky is a partner at the Devil's Gear Bike Shop and New Haven Bike Mechanics. He also serves on the E-Board of the Downtown-Wooster Square Community Management Team.
Harrison Robbins-Pesce received his B.S. in Finance from Quinnipiac University. In 2015, he graduated from The University of Connecticut School of Law.
Letamarie Highsmith was employed as Vice President of Business Development for Specialized Packaging Group. Upon retirement in 2010 she turned her time and talents to serving her community.
Cadesha Prawl works at a major health insurance company and in her role, she serves as an Accessibility Maven, ensuring digital assets are ADA and WCAG compliant.
David Berkowitz is a private investor residing in New Haven with his wife and two children. David currently serves on the board of the New Haven Coalition for Active Transportation, the Helen and William Mazer Foundation, and the Connecticut chapter of the Trust for Public Land.
Karen Jenkins is the Managing Principal of Development4Good LLC, a consulting firm specializing in strategic planning, fundraising, and board development for non-profit organizations in the US and abroad.