Our Mission

Tomorrow’s Women TODAY provides an unparalleled network for women who have been identified within their profession as future leaders. TWT establishes repeated opportunities to share ideas, learn from top-tier industry leaders, and further enrich the future business in the Greater Boston Community.

How We Started

Powered by women. Empowered by women.

After an event held by the Massachusetts Women’s Forum, Founder Lauren Pimpare recognized the need to create a supportive network for emerging female leaders in Boston’s public and private sectors. She found four other women who shared her vision, and together they formed Tomorrow’s Women TODAY.

The premise of the network was simple: to meet the professional needs of women who wanted a deeper connection with other like-minded leaders across their community. By strengthening these ties, women could better assist each other in growing their knowledge base, finding resources, and building their leadership skills in current and future positions. TWT achieves this aim through supportive networking, access to prominent leaders, and by hosting events in partnership with corporations and senior business executives throughout Boston.

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Our Leadership

Founders and Board of Directors

Lauren Gill Pimpare
President & Founder

Lauren Gill Pimpare founded Tomorrow’s Women TODAY in 2009. Tomorrow’s Women TODAY is primarily an invite-only organization comprised of approximately 100 emerging women who have been identified by leaders in the community. As Founder and President of this not-for-profit, Lauren is deeply committed to ensure that this intimate group of women are provided with a safe and supportive network, and have opportunities to learn from industry leaders whose stories and experiences educate and inspire.  During this unprecedented time of global crisis, the intuition and voices of women, many of whom are unrepresented and unheard, need to find a collective vehicle through which their power can be mobilized.  Lauren’s vision for Tomorrow’s Women TODAY is to establish a pipeline of female leaders and to ensure that these emerging leaders are at the table with established leaders to learn how to carry the torch forward.

Lauren is responsible for the organizations’ strategic planning, event planning, outreach and communications. Before founding this non-profit, Lauren previously worked as a healthcare professional for over thirteen years. She holds a Master’s Degree in Business/Healthcare Administration.

Lauren’s commitment to women does not end with her members. Lauren has worked hard to ensure that every year her organization participates in a “Pay it Forward” activity. These activities have included organizing children’s clothing at “Pass it On,” collecting suits for “Year Up” or “Dress for Success,” ice cream socials for patients undergoing cancer treatment, and hosting an educational event with Crittenton Women’s Union. Lauren has created a Fellowship Program within Tomorrow’s Women TODAY for younger female leaders. In collaboration with a local Boston University student, she has also established a Student Membership and Post-Graduate Student Membership within the group to provide emerging college students and post-grads with opportunities to learn real-world networking skills and provide them with mentors.

Lauren has successfully launched a second not-for-profit focused on Executive female leaders called, The Boston Women’s Leadership Council.

Liv Woods

Board Chair

Liv is the Managing Partner of Millbrook Strategies. She is an accomplished executive with experience in a variety of healthcare fields including hospital, insurance and academic environments. Liv was employed previously by one of Boston’s largest health insurance companies, where for almost a decade she was part of the strategic planning division, as well as a member of the internal consulting group. In this role she developed strong operations and program management skills. She has a history of successful project execution resulting in improved processes, efficiency and cost reduction.

Liv is passionate about mentoring the next generation as she has been by her mentors. She has been a member of Tomorrow’s women TODAY (TWT) since its inception in 2009 and continues to be dedicated to the mission of TWT.

Amanda King

Board Member

Amanda King serves as Associate Vice President of Sustainability and Chief of Staff to Bentley’s President. In this position, Amanda oversees operations in the Office of the President including providing management and oversight for the university's 2030 strategic positioning process. Specializing in change management, Amanda is also responsible for the coordination and implementation of key strategic priorities and special projects across the university – prioritizing collaborative participatory processes to ensure community engagement in Bentley’s efforts to achieve its ambitious goals.

Amanda also oversees the university’s Office of Sustainability where she guides initiatives aimed at engaging the campus community in achieving Bentley’s 2030 carbon-neutrality goal. The Office of Sustainability’s mission is to mobilize sustainable leadership in business by educating students on the business imperative of the triple-bottom line: considering social and environmental impacts along with economic results.

Ed Doherty

Board Member

Ed leads a private consulting practice focusing on strategic planning and organizational development. He has held leadership positions in a variety of national business and non-profit organizations and in each role, has focused on the creation of mentoring and formal personal development programs. Most recently, as the New England Executive Director for a national non-profit, he implemented a career pathing model for his team, as well as a robust internship program that provided dozens of students with the opportunity to network and learn from business professionals.

Nakia Maddox-Eubanks

Board Member

Nakia is an Investment Manager at Trillium Asset Management - Boston office. Prior to joining Trillium in 2022, she was a Senior Wealth Manager at BNY Mellon Wealth Management. Previously roles include Senior Vice President/Relationship Manager for CIBC Private Wealth Management and Assistant Portfolio Manager with the Sustainability Group of Loring, Wolcott & Coolidge. She has been in the financial services industry for 25 years and has managed assets for mission driven individuals and institutions for the span of her career. She also volunteers her time with community organizations that align their goals with environment, social, and governance practices and investments. She is currently a board member for Tomorrow's Women Today and active member for the Boston Women's Leadership CouncilNakia has a B.S. and M.B.A. from Bentley University.

Anna Yu

Board Member

Anna Yu is the Chief Growth Officer of Citizen Schools, a national nonprofit that provides hands-on learning and career mentorship to students in underserved communities. She currently leads Citizen School’s expansion strategy, and oversees their Marketing and Partnerships teams. Prior to joining Citizen Schools, she had 20 years of branding, marketing and advertising experience across a breadth of industries: education, healthcare, government, non-profit, financial services, real estate, professional services, technology, and a range of consumer products/services.

Anna has lived in Boston for over 15 years, but is originally a New Yorker. She considers herself a lifelong learner, eager for the next adventure and opportunity to make an impact.

Dianne Palter Gill

Board Member

Dean North Shore Community College. Dianne is a skilled leader who excels in building relationships with governmental agencies, business and industry leaders and educational providers. Strategic thinker and leader of highly successful fast-paced workforce development unit at community college, verse in creating and connecting business and industry's economic needs with educational constituencies. Effective ambassador who mobilizes diverse intra- and inter-departmental units to resolve complex issues. Expert manager who focuses on process improvement while effectively streamlining and updating business processes operations while increasing revenues.

Ileana Jiménez García, MBA

Board Member

Ileana Jiménez García, MBA, is a Healthcare and Non-profit Management
Professional. She has successfully developed, led and implemented policies to ensure
access to quality care and effective health communication. In the past 30 years, she
has held a variety of healthcare leadership roles, including Administrative Director of
the Office for Multicultural Faculty Careers and Director of Interpreter Services at
Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH), a major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical
School. Her work at BWH focused on developing best practices to serve diverse
patient populations, health literacy and recruitment and retention of diverse talent. She
has served on multiple boards and committees to advance public policy and improve
the health outcomes and well being of vulnerable populations.
She currently serves as chair of the Student Initiatives Committee of the Council for
Women of Boston College. Ileana also served on the Boston College Alumni
Association Board of Directors, including two terms as Vice President. During her
tenure as VP, Ileana assisted in the development of mentoring programming for the
alumni community and the implementation and launching of a networking career
platform. In addition, she is passionate about career development and mentoring
initiatives for women and young professionals.
Ileana earned her bachelor of science from Boston College and her masters of
business administration from Northeastern University.

Amanda also oversees the university’s Office of Sustainability where she guides initiatives aimed at engaging the campus community in achieving Bentley’s 2030 carbon-neutrality goal. The Office of Sustainability’s mission is to mobilize sustainable leadership in business by educating students on the business imperative of the triple-bottom line: considering social and environmental impacts along with economic results.

Elizabeth Dunn

Board Member

Elizabeth Dunn is the Senior Director of Corporate Engagement for the national office of March of Dimes. She works closely with March of Dimes’ largest national corporate partners to develop strategic cause marketing, CSR and social impact campaigns that raise critical funds for moms and babies, while delivering significant benefits to partner corporations. Elizabeth has been with March of Dimes for 17 years, holding various leadership positions in marketing, advocacy and development. Outside of work she keeps busy as a peloton fanatic, amateur baker and specializes in sibling rivalry negotiations. Elizabeth lives in Andover, Massachusetts with her husband, three boys and chocolate lab, Alfie.

Leadership Team

Rachael Wilkes Swenson

Director of Finance

Rachel is the Director of Corporate Operations for an early stage, closely held financial technology company in Needham, MA. As the first female employee and a member of the management team at Hyannis Port Research (HPR), she works closely with the CEO/Founder to manage daily operations and strategic corporate initiatives for the company. Rachel is responsible for HR administration, financial and accounting oversight, public relations efforts and more. She also serves on the Board of Directors. With previous experience in startups, venture capital and professional services, and as a Certified Public Accountant, Rachel brings a wide breadth of business expertise to HPR.

Rachel has been a proud member of TWT since December 2013 and has served on the leadership team as Secretary since January 2016. She is very excited to continue serving on the leadership team in her new role as Director of Member Engagement.

Maya Tobin Grevatt

Director of Member Recruitment

Maya T. Grevatt is the Director of Recruitment for The Partnership, Inc. a Boston based organization focused on attracting, developing, and retaining leaders of color across New England and beyond.
With a background in talent management strategy and leadership development, Grevatt has built a multifaceted professional brand focused on driving diverse and upwardly mobile talent pipelines, reciprocal and best practice mentee/mentorship, and a guiding belief that true leadership happens at every level. Grevatt serves on advisory committees of several organizations, including Economic Mobility Pathways (EMPath) and Braven. Applying learning and experiences from her work, Grevatt runs a blog called Both Sides of the Search, aimed at demystifying the murky and power-imbalanced job search experience.
Originally from Vermont, Grevatt graduated from Clark University with a BA in Sociology and a Master’s in Public Administration and Nonprofit Management. Grevatt now resides in Dorchester Boston, MA with her 75-pound pandemic-puppy, Homer.

Emily Dahlen

Director of NEXT Generation Programming

Emily currently heads up the marketing and business development side of the general contracting firm, Shawn M. Dahlen & Co., that she runs with her husband. Her career started as an accounting intern at PwC in Boston and progressed to Director of Finance at Geode Capital Management, where she oversaw the hedge fund, investor reporting and compliance sides of the business.

Emily joined Tomorrow’s Women TODAY in 2014 and has never looked back. It has been a constant source of encouragement, inspiration, knowledge, advice, and friendship. She is eager to take on her new role as Director of NEXT Generation Programming so that she may support, create an inclusive community, and provide valuable resources for those entering their new professional roles.

Emily received her BS in Accounting from Fairfield University, MSA in Accounting from Northeastern University and obtained her CPA license in 2009. She lives with her family in Duxbury, MA and when not working can be found at the beach or on a boat.

Danielle Aretz

With over ten years’ experience in the management of large-scale projects in high pressure situations, Danielle has rapidly established herself as a highly effective team member skilled in process development, change management and managing multiple complex infrastructure projects from inception through final delivery. A natural leader, She possess strong documentation and communication skills that are invaluable in the successful execution of objectives, while being at ease communicating to both external and internal stakeholders. She is seen as a valued colleague and mentor across business functions.

Danielle’s passion is connecting people, whether it’s through a an organization like TWT or through the two international and private ‘reader’ groups she admins for on Facebook. She enjoys going to the symphony, the ballet and museums when she travels.

Kendall Bauer

Kendall is a social media manager with a strong attention to detail, creativity and love of connecting with others. Following her education at Simmons College and experience in marketing and public relations, she is eager to focus on her passion for social media strategy and content development in her role at PlatformQ Health. Kendall has been a member of TWT since 2017 and serves on the advisory council.

Maura Millette

Maura Millette is a healthcare leader, having served in multiple healthcare roles over her 10 year career spanning the areas of quality and safety, operational effectiveness, pharmacy, and finance. As the Senior Pharmacy Business Analyst at Boston Children’s Hospital, she is responsible for building innovative, analytic, and strategic solutions that drive financial and operational results.
A natural listener, seeker, and organizer, Maura values bringing people together in a meaningful way, whether it’s coordinating a project across stakeholders, a team, or an event.
Maura has been a member of TWT since 2017 and serves on the advisory council. She has a passion for women-lead and health-related non-profits. She also serves on the Community Servings Young Leaders board; as well as volunteers with the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation and the annual Boston Children’s Hospital Eversource Walk.
Maura received both a BA in Psychology with a minor in Business Administration and a Healthcare MBA from Simmons University in Boston. She is also Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certified.

Kristen Daudelin

Kristen Daudelin is an Account Supervisor with The Castle Group, focusing on strategic communications for a variety of non-profit, corporate and education clients. She is responsible for managing and supporting client projects from strategic recommendations to tactical execution. She has experience with advocacy campaigns for community groups and thought leadership initiatives for individuals. Kristen also has expertise in crisis communications and has worked on a number of sensitive issues and crises for clients.

In addition to TWT, Kristen serves on the Advisory Board for City Awake.

She graduated from The Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a degree in marketing and holds a Master of Science in Public Relations from Boston University.

Advisory Council

Tiffany Bertrand Goldman

Advisory Council

Tiffany is an extremely driven and innovative business leader with global perspective. She’s passionate about
connecting the world through shared, unique experiences and expertly leverages partnerships to meet strategic

Originally from the U.S. Virgin Islands, Tiffany’s career began in Washington DC in 2008. There, she quickly
developed an interest in growing international markets and helping people and communities abroad tell their
stories. Her experience in economic development led her to travel and tourism where she worked for five years.
When she moved to Chicago in 2013, she worked in travel tech at Groupon, Inc. until relocating to Boston in 2021.

Tiffany follows an empathetic, collaborative leadership model and is a champion for diversity, equity, and
inclusion. She recently received an MBA from Boston University where she led the program’s affinity group for
women leaders and served as a mentor to many.

When she’s not working Tiffany is traveling, cooking, boating, playing the piano, on the ballet barre, or exploring an undiscovered spot in her new home city.

Scheba Cius Sainthelmy

Advisory Council

Scheba Cius-Sainthelmy strive to live a life filled with purpose, intentionality, and serenity. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration. She has over a decade in the private banking industry. Active in her local community, Scheba served as a mentor and as the Chair of the Rising Leader Board for BUILD Boston. Like many women, Scheba wears many hats and holds various titles such as a mother, wife, mentor, and mentee. Outside of her many accolades, achievements in her professional and personal life, Scheba is an individual that focuses on fostering and developing relationships based on integrity, trust, and longevity by having a people first mindset. She has an exceptional ability to inspire and bring forth the best qualities in others. What gives her joy is giving back and philanthropy work.


Abby Shephard

Co-Founder & Board Member Emeritus

Abby Shepard is a marketing and design consultant that specializes in luxury brands and indie companies with a strong focus on women’s lifestyle products and services. She spent over a decade in advertising and marketing at Harvard University’s Harvard Magazine and built her career developing strategic partnerships, marketing campaigns, and creative materials for clients located throughout New England - while simultaneously running her freelance design studio (AbbyShepard.com) based in Jamaica Plain. Shepard is trained as a narrative fashion and lifestyle illustrator with expertise in design, marketing, visual arts, and creative writing - as well as brand imagery, art direction and content management. She studied illustration, design, and writing at Lesley University’s College of Art & Design (LUCAD), as well as fashion design and digital arts at MassArt. She spent several years as a competitive beach volleyball player on the West Coast and has a side passion for creating pretty-little-things for couture occasions (HoneysuckleandScotch.com). Abby Shepard currently serves as Chief Brand Officer (CBO) for the Boston Women’s Leadership Council.

Helena Carvalho

Co-Founder & Board Member Emeritus

Helena’s professional experience is in nonprofit and real estate management, with success in strategic planning, implementing sustainable operating practices and teambuilding. Helena holds a Bachelor’s degree from Trinity College, as well as an M.B.A. and M.P.A. from Suffolk University. Throughout her career, Helena combined her interest for business and serving the community by building relationships with local nonprofit organizations and developing programming, fundraising and volunteer opportunities. She is a co-founder of Tomorrow’s Women TODAY.

Kerry Ann Hayon

Co-Founder & Board Member Emeritus

Kerry Ann is the Director Practice Solutions and Research, Massachusetts Medical Society. Kerry Ann holds a Masters Degree in Health Administration and Policy from The George Washington University. She has worked in a variety of healthcare organizations focusing on process analysis, design and enhancement, leadership development, strategic planning, organizational development, and operational efficiency analysis and systematic implementation.

Sasha Talcott

Co-Founder and Board Member Emeritus

Senior VP, Account Manager, PIMCO

Why Wait For Tomorrow?


Tomorrow’s Women TODAY focuses on individual growth while linking members to key industry leaders, public sector and nonprofit leaders, and corporations in the community. By strengthening women’s leadership skills, we aim to enhance the entire Boston business community. We welcome new members with a demonstrated track record of leadership within their fields. We are looking for women on the rise. Women who stand out. Women who stand up. We want them to be motivated. Dedicated. Driven.

Tomorrow’s Women TODAY provides several unique services & benefits to members including:


With topics focusing on personal and professional growth.


Dynamic networking opportunities that offer you deeper connections.

Member Only Events

Member-only events to discuss “hot topics” and share best practices, Includes access to our Women 4 Women (W4W) pairings.


Opportunities to participate in match-mentoring relationships with high- profile women in business.

Executive Series

Exclusive series with senior female executives.


Job opportunities listed exclusively through Tomorrow’s Women TODAY.