Our Leadership Team

Elaine Ng

Elaine Ng, Chief Executive Officer

As a 30-year-plus veteran of the nonprofit and education sectors, Elaine has a passion and commitment for organizations that shift the paradigm of equity and access. Most recently, she held the positions of Strategic Planning Director for Special Education for Boston Public Schools, and Executive Director of the Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center.

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Data and Business Intelligence

Luke Alonso

Luke Alonso, Director, Data and Business Intelligence

With over 30 years in IT development and leadership, Luke has a focus on how systems and data are used within the organization. His overriding belief is that IT and systems exist to support the work. As such, IT needs to closely coordinate with every part of the organization to deliver functionality which supports best practices and informed decision making.

Luke has served in nearly every role during the course of those 30 years, from technical support, through development and architecture, into senior management. Luke has worked for Department of Defense contractors, oil and gas companies, multi-national manufacturing and marketing organizations, as well as small start-ups both in and out of the technology field. After a career spent enabling corporations to better employ their resources, Luke decided he wanted to shift to the nonprofit side of the aisle to bring those same skills to the effort to help people.

Finance

Noah Stockman

Noah Stockman, Chief Financial Officer

Most recently, Noah served as CFO at the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Massachusetts and comes to TSNE with over seventeen years of experience working for multi-million dollar public service and mission driven organizations including Scholar Athletes, Inc., City of Boston Department of Neighborhood Development, and the City of Boston Centers for Youth & Families, and the Boston Youth Fund.

Noah is a Brown University graduate where he received two Bachelors of Arts in Economics and Organizational Behavior and Management. He has also earned a Certificate in Local Government Leadership and Management from Suffolk University and a Certificate in Urban Planning and Design from Harvard University Graduate School of Design.

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Human Resources

Luzdy Rivera

Luzdy Rivera, Director, Human Resources

Luzdy brings to TSNE comprehensive experience in human resources operations for the nonprofit and healthcare sector. She has specialized competencies in strategic leadership, and talent management and development, which includes leadership culture, performance management, employee engagement and change management. Luzdy thrives in the work of organizations that positively impact and make a difference in the lives of people and society. Luzdy has a Master's Degree in Business Administration with a Major in Human Resources from Metropolitan University.

Legal

Geoff Lamont

Geoff Lamont, General Counsel

Marketing and Communications

Ning Jun Yuan, Acting Manager, Marketing and Communications

Programs and Services

Michael Ibrahim

Michael Ibrahim, Chief Program and Impact Officer

Michael Ibrahim is the Chief Program and Impact Officer of TSNE, where he oversees, evaluates, develops, and expands TSNE’s national program offerings and services.

Prior to joining TSNE, Michael was the Cultural Investment Portfolio Manager at the Massachusetts Cultural Council. In addition to tens of millions in direct grantmaking, Michael led the Council’s Advisory Services and Capacity Building Initiatives for arts, humanities, and science organizations across the Commonwealth. This work included providing direct consulting services, technical assistance, group facilitation, financial health inventorying, capacity mapping, research and evaluation, and cohort development to help organizations build adaptive and innovative models of operation.

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Michael launched several capacity building programs at the Mass Cultural Council, including the Capacity Accelerator Network, Capacity Measurement Tool, MCC Small Shop Network, Cultural Data Financial Management Series, the Safe Harbors Program, the Recover, Rebuild, and Renew Series, and produced the Council’s arts leadership podcast, Creative Minds Out Loud, among other initiatives. Michael has published works and presented nationally on organizational development, strategic planning, philanthropy, capitalization, evaluation, and EDI strategies with the goal of driving social and cultural impact.

Previously, Michael was the director of development at the All Newton Music School for over a decade, and held management positions at Greater Boston Stage Company, Barrington Stage Company, and the Lexington Philharmonic Orchestra. Michael has served on the faculties of Boston University, The University of Kentucky, and Emerson College, where he has designed and taught courses in nonprofit management, leadership, program evaluation, and philanthropy to thousands of graduate students over the past 15 years.

Michael holds a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Education Leadership Management from Northeastern University, a M.A. in Arts Administration from Boston University, a Graduate Certificate in Fundraising Management from Boston University, and a B.A. in Arts Administration from the University of Kentucky.

Consulting and Training

Heang Ly

Heang Ly, Director, Consulting and Training

Heang Ly is rooted in the field of youth development, group dynamics and systems, diversity, equity and inclusion, conflict resolution, and nonprofit management. Heang spent significant time, 13 years, at the Center for Teen Empowerment providing direct service in youth organizing, advocacy, and community development issues. While at the organization, she also provided consulting services and technical assistance to nonprofits, schools, and cities. Meet the team.

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Nonprofit Spaces

Faisal Abid

Faisal Abid, Director, Property Services

Faisal Abid leads TSNE's Property Services team, which operates properties across the Greater Boston area. The team manages the NonProfit Center, a multi-tenant office, meeting, and shared space for nonprofits in the heart of downtown Boston. The Center holds regular nonprofit workshops, conferences, and events throughout the year. TSNE also operates The Link, a coworking, training and event space built to catalyze workforce development in the region, Bishop Allen Drive in Cambridge, and several other nonprofit spaces in the Greater Boston area. Learn about TSNE's property services for nonprofit spaces in the Boston area.