The Y is pleased to announce new board members Kate Dulac, Heidi Sedky and Kacy Jauron while bidding a fond farewell to board president Brendan Nolan after nine years of board service, three years as president.
Also, with deep gratitude we acknowledge additional board members Scott Faulkner, Dr. Laura Simpson and Sharon Randall whose terms have ended also ended. We are incredibly grateful for their expertise, vision and guidance over the last few years as we have made improvements to the Y facility, expanded programming and provided over $500,000 in financial assistance for membership, childcare and camp to better serve the needs of the community.
Meet the new board members
Kate Dulac is a school counselor at the Village School in Marblehead, where she has served for eight years. She received her B.A. in Sociology from The College of Wooster and her M.Ed in School Counseling from Keene State College. Kate and her husband have three children. She and her family relocated to Marblehead from New London, N.H. in 2014. Through work and family, Kate is actively invested in
this community; you can find her on most athletic fields and/or in the rinks all over the North Shore.
Kacy Jauron is currently the president of The Jauron Family Foundation. Her previous role was the director of events for the Northeast Arc. She also has experience in the areas of sports marketing, hospitality and public relations. Kacy is passionate about initiatives and programs that support physical and mental
health awareness as well as diversity and inclusion. Kacy is a graduate of Marquette University. She enjoys being active, volunteering in the community, traveling and spending time with friends and family. She lives in Swampscott with her husband, their two teenage daughters and their two French bulldogs.
Heidi Sedky is an experienced professional with a diverse background. She has spent the last 10 years working in the fitness industry. Prior to this, Heidi held various roles in communications, management and sales in sectors such as hospitality, events and IT consulting. Outside of her professional endeavors, she is known for her philanthropic efforts and involvement in community initiatives. She graduated from Simmons College earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications, and receiving a Master of Science degree in Management from Lesley College. She is a National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Nutrition Coach as well as a licensed Real Estate Salesperson in the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts. Heidi resides in Marblehead with her husband and two sons.
As we welcome these wonderful new board members, we express our deep thanks to past president Brendan Nolan. Brendan has displayed unwavering dedication and commitment to our organization and its mission throughout his tenure. The last three years presented numerous challenges, including the unprecedented uncertainties brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic as well as various operational hurdles. Brendan’s calm demeanor and consistent support have reassured our entire team despite these difficulties. Brendan’s leadership and guidance during this critical period were invaluable.
Brendan’s ability to maintain composure and support the entire board as well as the organization has been inspiring. His unwavering belief in our mission and commitment to serving our community has driven our collective efforts and helped us overcome all the challenges we have faced.