Please join the Community Foundation in welcoming our newest Board members!
Laura was co-owner of Tantor Media Inc., a digital audiobook publishing company. She and her husband founded the company in 2000 and sold to Recorded Books in 2014. She served eight years on the Audiobook Publishers Association Public Relations Committee to raise audiobook awareness, and the Audio Publishers Association Board for six years. Her career spanned marketing positions at First Brands Corporation and other consumer product companies. She received a B.A. in Economics and French from Duke University.
Laura joined the Community Foundation of Middlesex County Grants Committee in 2015. Her philanthropic roots stem from serving nine years as Board of Director for the Huisking Foundation, which her grandfather founded in memory of her uncle who died in WWII. While at Tantor, she and fellow employees created TantorGives, an employee giving program to support local non-profits. She has been actively involved with the Clinton PTA for the past ten years, including board member positions and is currently Vice President. In addition, she serves on the Board of Christian Education and Personnel Committee at First Church of Old Saybrook. She lives in Clinton with her husband and two teenage children.
Tom is a business consultant and project management professional. He is the founder of TGBS: TGezo Business Consulting, LLC, a consulting practice powered by project management. Tom’s specialty is putting strategy into action by working with business leaders to refine their strategy and align their organization and activities to maximize performance.
Tom holds a BS in Chemistry and a MS in Biochemistry as well as a Master’s Certificate in Project management from George Washington University. He is a Stanford Certified Project Manager and a PMI Certified Project Management Professional (PMP). Tom is active in his local chapter of PMI and has developed, delivered, and facilitated training, events, and professional development programs.
He is an avid cyclist and enjoys paddling, photography, skiing, and music – especially the Blues. Tom and his wife Evelyn live in Old Saybrook. They enjoy the many pleasures of coastal CT and being part of the welcoming small town community.
John Ivimey is a stockholder at Reid and Riege, P.C., where he started his practice in 1991. He received a law degree with high honors from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 1991, a Master’s from Wesleyan University in 2001, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Colgate University in 1985.
John is a Fellow of the American College of Trusts and Estates Counsel. He currently serves as past Chair of the Estate and Probate Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. John is also a member and past president of the Central Connecticut Business and Estate Planning Council and the Greater Hartford Probate Forum, and a member of the Estate and Business Planning Council of Hartford, Inc.
John is also active locally in the town of Chester, Connecticut, where he lives with his wife and two children.
Susan Martin, Vice President, Finance and Treasurer, joined Middlesex Hospital in October 1988 as the Accounting Manager and has held various other positions within the organization including Director of Finance of Integrated Resources for the Middlesex Area, LLC and Chief Compliance Officer of the Middlesex Health System. Ms. Martin holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Hartford, and she is a Certified Public Accountant. Prior to joining Middlesex Hospital, Ms. Martin worked in Public Accounting and Manufacturing.
Susan was selected to serve as a member of the Governor’s Certificate of Need Task Force. In addition, she serves on the Connecticut Hospital Association’s Subcommittee on Mental Health, as well as its Committee on Hospital Finance. She is on the Board of Directors of the Medconn Collection Agency. She is also currently a member of the Finance and Investment Committee of the Community Foundation of Middlesex County.
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