New Faces at TSNE MissionWorks

This month, we are very pleased to announce two new members of our staff that will help facilitate the implementation of these strategic goals.

As TSNE MissionWorks is preparing to begin the search for a new chief executive officer this fall, we are focusing on new program strategies and new technology systems that will make our clients' experience with TSNE MissionWorks much more integrated, streamlined and effective. This month, we are very pleased to announce two new members of our staff that will help facilitate the implementation of these strategic goals: 
 
John A. Smith
Director of Consulting and Professional Learning

In this newly developed role at TSNE MissionWorks, John (right) will lead the integration of our consulting, executive transitions, leadership development and training programs. John will focus on shaping these programs to better meet the evolving needs of our constituents. John comes to TSNE MissionWorks with extensive experience in nonprofit, government, education and advocacy fields. He served as the Policy Analyst in the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development for the City of Boston, where he managed major economic development policy initiatives.  Before his government experience, John also worked at the Fair Housing Center of Greater Boston, the Hyams Foundation’s Youth Policy Initiative, the Tennessee Department of Health, and at several universities managing service learning and other student-centered programs.
 
Luke Alonso
Data and Business Intelligence Director

Luke (left) will be TSNE MissionWorks first data and business intelligence director. He has a long history as a programmer, database developer, systems architect and integrator, and a process engineer working mainly in the for-profit sector. Luke will be working closely with all our program teams, including fiscal sponsorship, to look for ways to improve our business processes and technology to make our systems more efficient and useful to all of us. He will be reviewing and working on SalesForce, our expense and accounting systems, an updated timekeeping system, an improved human resources administration portal, an organization-wide document management system, and improvements to our reporting systems. Originally from New England, Luke recently moved back to Massachusetts after many years in Los Angeles and by all accounts is happy to be “home.”

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