Two Area Professionals Join Foundation
Amy Werner, senior vice president of retail banking at the Lowell Five Cents Savings Bank in Lowell and John Albert, president and CEO of Home Health Foundation in Lawrence, have been appointed to the Northern Essex Community College Foundation.
Northern Essex Community College Foundation, Inc. is a nonprofit organization established to provide support and expanded opportunities for the College. Incorporated in 1972, the Foundation assists the college by making connections with the business community, foundations, and other potential revenue sources and by hosting a variety of fundraising special events. Funds raised are used for: student scholarships; equipment purchases; program revitalization; faculty and staff development and other needs as they arise and are approved by the Foundation Board of Directors.
Werner, a resident of Woburn, holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from UMass Amherst. She is currently a corporator at both Lowell General Hospital and the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Lowell. She also serves as treasurer for the Women Working Wonders Fund and is a board member for the Community Family Adult Day Health Center.
She is co-founder of Young Professionals of Greater Lowell, past co-chair for the Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce, and past chairman of the Revolving Museum.
Albert, a resident of Windham, N.H. holds an MBA in Healthcare Management from Boston University, a Bachelor of Science and Art degree from Boston University and certification from the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE).
Prior to his appointment to the Home Health Foundation, he was executive director of the Massachusetts region hospital division for Kindred Healthcare.
Prior to that, Albert served as CEO of Hale Hospital in Haverhill from 1986 to 1993.