Nantucket Resident Honored by Archdiocese of Boston

Bank of America vice-chair Anne Finucane recognized
See story for full picture caption (Courtesy of Archdiocese of Boston)

The Archdiocese of Boston’s Planning Office for Urban Affairs honored Anne Finucane, Vice Chairman of Bank of America, during the Spring Celebration on June 8th at the Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center in Boston.

“Anne Finucane was recognized for her commitment and work in the name of social justice,” said Lisa B. Alberghini, President of the Planning Office for Urban Affairs.  “Her passion and dedication to numerous organizations supporting those in need, on a personal and professional level, are qualities we can all emulate and why we acknowledge her with this honor.”

Most Reverend Peter J. Uglietto, Vicar General and Moderator of the Curia for the Archdiocese of Boston, brought the greetings of Cardinal Seán P. O’Malley extending his best wishes and those of the entire Archdiocese for Anne.  “Cardinal Seán is pleased to offer his deep appreciation to Anne for all she has done to serve the greater good.  We thank her for her commitment to those most in need and ask God’s blessing on her and her wonderful family.”  Also in attendance was Rev. J. Bryan Hehir, Secretary for Social Service and Health Care who offered remarks in honor of Anne.

As Vice Chairman, Anne Finucane is responsible for the strategic positioning of Bank of America and leads the Bank’s Environmental, Social and Governance efforts. As part of this, she focuses on the company's outreach to shareholders on social and governance issues, implementing innovative ways to deploy capital and expanding on the company’s environmental business opportunities to support the company’s growth. She serves on both corporate and nonprofit boards of directors including the American Ireland Fund, the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Partners Healthcare, and Special Olympics. She is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Full photo caption:  Lisa B. Alberghini, President of the Planning Office for Urban Affairs; Anne Finucane, Vice Chairman of Bank of America; Bishop Peter J. Uglietto, Vicar General and Moderator of the Curia for the Archdiocese of Boston; and Rev. J. Bryan Hehir, Secretary for Social Service and Health Care for the Archdiocese of Boston

About the Planning Office for Urban Affairs

Established in 1969 by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston, the Planning Office for Urban Affairs, Inc.  (POUA) is a non-profit developer and social justice organization that creates vibrant communities through the development of high quality affordable and mixed-income housing where all people can live with dignity and respect in homes they can afford. As one of the leading non-profit developers in the region, POUA has created nearly 3,000 units of housing that have provided homes for more than 11,000 people. This represents new residential developments with financing in excess of $600 million. The emphasis of the Office is not on numbers, though, but on having a qualitative impact on the harsh reality of housing deprivation for poor and working class families, the elderly, disabled persons and others in need of decent, affordable homes.

 


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