Meet Our Boston Liaisons

James Domestico ’07

Young Alumni Representative
jadomestico@gmail.com
James currently resides in Newton Massachusetts with his wife. He works for Northwestern Mutual and coach wrestling in the winter. James graduated from Ursinus College in 2007 with a major in Neuroscience and a minor in History. While at Ursinus, he helped establish the Sigma Pi Fraternity and wrestled for all four years (Conference Champs all four years!). Feel free to reach out to him anytime.

 

Dane Harwood P’12

Parent Representative
amydane@rcn.com
The proud father of Alexander Harwood ’12, Dane was raised in Washington, D.C., earned his B.A. from the University of Michigan (1969) and his PhD in Cognitive Psychology and Psycholinguistics from UCLA (1973). Over the years he has been a faculty member of university psychology departments, a researcher at the U.S. National Bureau of Standards, and a professional management consultant with 25 years delivering workshops for clients in over 40 countries. Dane was trained as a classical guitarist, and has spent over 40 years playing and performing the traditional music of Java and Bali in a number of ensembles. He is co-author with W.J. Dowling of the monograph Music Cognition (Academic Press, 1986), and has published many articles and reviews in the fields of auditory perception, ethnomusicology, and the psychology of music. Although he is now semi-retired, he continues to write, present papers, and attend conferences. He plays a lot of tennis, with mixed results.

 

 

Karen M. Wall, P’16

Parent Representative
kwall2259@gmail.com
Karen has been a member of several executive management teams with vast experience in Strategic Planning & Execution, Organizational Development, Compliance and Risk Management. Karen is a Board member of Girl Scouts of Central & Western MA, and her philanthropic interests have her partnered with RawArt Works, Asperger's Assoc of NE, and Destination Imagination. She is interested in causes pertaining to child and animal welfare, as well as environmental issues.

 

 

Sarah Round '11

Young Alumni Representative