Co-President: erica calvi

 
Erica Calvi is Co-President of the club this Rotary year, serving alongside Mitch Fallon.
 
Before moving to Boston, she graduated cum laude from Bentley University in 2016 with a B.S. in Marketing and Global Perspectives. Erica is now attending Babson College's Olin Graduate School of Business for a Masters in Business Analytics.
 
Erica enjoys finding new hobbies in her free time. Most recently, she's been learning to cook with tofu. She also frequently plays in a weekend corn hole league. Erica has previously served as the Service Chair for Boston Rotaract, and enjoys volunteering her time with the Allston Brighton Food Pantry.
 
 

co-President: mitch fallon

 

Mitch Fallon is Co-President of the club this Rotary year, serving alongside Erica Calvi.

 

Mitch grew up in Southeastern Massachusetts and moved to the North Shore to attend Salem State University. He holds Bachelors degrees in Economics and Business Administration - Finance, in addition to a Masters degree in Public Administration from Suffolk University. 

 

Mitch currently works as the Communications & Political Director for the New England Joint Board UNITE HERE, a labor union representing workers across the northeast. He formerly held positions with U.S. Senator Edward J. Markey's office, U.S. Representative Seth Moulton's presidential campaign, and regularly assists with other local and state-level political campaigns. In his free time Mitch enjoys kayaking along the Taunton River, biking around Boston, and any pub trivia or karaoke night.

 

 

 
 

Treasurer: Stefany Araujo

 
(Bio coming soon!)
 
 
 

Volunteer service chair: Michael Houk

 
Michael is new to the Boston area, and excited to meet new people through Rotaract. He currently attends Boston College for a masters degree in social work. This passion for social work has made Michael an advocate for doing good in the community. As Service Chair, Michael is intent on bringing worthwhile volunteer opportunities to every member of Boston Rotaract.
 
 

membership chair: Ben shea

 
Ben moved to the Boston area in August 2020 to pursue his Master's in Health Data Science at Harvard's School of Public Health. Before that, he worked as a financial strategy and special projects analyst at DaVita, a healthcare company, in Los Angeles. Ben has been involved in the Rotary world since Freshman year of high school when he joined Interact in District 5170, and has been in Rotaract since college (and beyond!) in District 5280. 

Ben's favorite community service projects have been volunteering as a reader for the Reading to Kids program in the LA Unified School District, transcribing for the Prison Journalism Project, volunteering at Food Banks/Food Pantries, and any and all types of environmental projects from picking up trash to beach cleanups to weeding and planting at various gardens. Outside of school, Ben works as a clinical Data Scientist at a digital health telenutrition startup, and in his free time he likes to volunteer, run, play tennis, mentor, rock climb, read, travel, explore different breweries, and go to concerts.
 

If you want more info about Rotaract/Rotary, have any questions, or want to talk about a Rotary-Rotaract collaboration, give Ben a shout!