Board of Trustees
Joshua Bennett; '93
B.A, M.B.A., Chartered Financial Analyst, (2001– 2011; 2016–present) — Josh received a B.A. in Economics from Wheaton College (IL), and an M.B.A. from The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. He works as Managing Director and Portfolio Manager at Weatherbie Capital in Boston. Josh is an LCA alumnus (’93) and also serves on the Board of Christian Camps & Conferences (Brookwoods / Deer Run / Moose River Outpost) as well as the Advisory Board of World Partners. Josh and Sarah (’94) are the parents of two LCA students: Anne (’19) and Bryan (’22). The Bennett family worships at Grace Chapel in Wilmington, MA.
B.A., (2013–present) — Robert graduated from Berklee College of Music. He served on staff part-time at Park Street Church as the Director of Music for their Sunday Night contemporary services for just over ten years. Simultaneously, he served for fifteen years, full-time, at Berklee College of Music as a Career Development Advisor, assisting in advancing the music careers of many industry professionals who were graduates of Berklee. In 2008, Robert took a role in full-time ministry at Park Street’s sister church, Free Christian Church in Andover. Since 2011 Robert has served at Grace Chapel as the Pastor of Worship and the Arts in this growing community of faith, with multiple campuses, and a worship arts staff that includes over two-hundred volunteers. Robert’s mission in life is to know God, and His Love that is available to us in Jesus Christ, and allow His Love to be known to others. Robert and his wife Beatriz, their two sons, Mark, (’17) and Samuel, (’21) along with their extended family live in Woburn.
James M. Bolton (Chairman); '72
James M. Bolton ‘72; B.A., J.D. (Chairman) (2005– present) — Jim is a graduate of Northeastern University (B.A.) and Suffolk University Law School (J.D.). After having been an associate and then partner in a small general practice law firm, Jim established his own firm in 1997. Jim is an LCA alumnus (’72). He and his wife, Paula, are parents of three LCA Alumni, Bekah ’06, Josh ’08, and Hannah ’14. In 1994 Jim and Paula started, and for 20 years led, a Homebuilders Ministry at Marsh Corner Community Church in Methuen, where Jim previously served on and chaired the Board of Trustees and Board of Deacons. More recently, Jim chaired the Merrimack Valley YMCA Board of Directors and served on its Board of Trustees. He also serves as President of Christian Film Festivals of America. Jim and Paula currently worship at GracePoint Church in North Andover.
Diane Cambourelis (Clerk); '82
M.B.A.; M.P.A (2006 – present) — Diane has held Strategic Planning, Marketing, and Business Development positions in Telecommunications, Real Estate, and International Development. She earned an M.P.A. from Harvard University, an M.B.A. from Northeastern University, and a B.S. from Syracuse University. Diane is an L.C.A. alumnus (’82). She currently lives in Hopkinton, MA with her husband Daniel Haskins and son, Daniel, LCA Class of ’22. She has been a long time member of Park Street Church in Boston where Diane has served as Trustee and Deacon. The family currently worships at Chapel of the Cross in Westborough where Diane oversees the church’s Global Missions Partnership initiatives with communities in Ghana, Kenya and Mexico.
Alexandra Cist M.D.
M.D. (2016 – present) — Alex is a physician at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), with a background in Pulmonary and Critical Care, Clinical Ethics, and, recently, Hospital Chaplaincy. She serves on a number of Ethics Committees at MGH and Harvard Medical School (HMS) and is a faculty affiliate of the HMS Center for Bioethics. She is graduate of Princeton, where she met David (both class of 1985). She graduated from Yale School of Medicine in 1989 and completed Residency training at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in 1992. She and David have two daughters: Natalie ’19 and Katie ’21. They reside in Winchester, attend Park Street Church, and support the national student ministry called FOCUS: Fellowship of Christians in Universities and Schools. Alex has helped coach LCA girls’ field hockey and lacrosse.
B.S.; M.A. (2012 - present) - Ken is a 29 year law enforcement veteran holding the rank of Captain in the Boston Police Department. Ken holds a B.S. in Law Enforcement and a M.A. in Criminal Justice Administration from Western New England College.
Robert A. Lawrence (Vice Chairman)
B.A.; M.S. (1994 – present) — Rob retired from Fidelity Management and Research, where he served as a Senior Vice President, in July, 2008. Rob currently serves as Chairman of the Board for the Fidelity Strategic Advisers mutual funds. A graduate of Harvard College, Rob earned an M.S. in accounting at New York University. Rob and Connie have four daughters, all graduates of LCA: Kelly ’96, Kristen ’98, Kim ’01, and Katie ’02. The Lawrence family worships at Grace Chapel in Lexington where Rob has served on the Church Council.
Michael L. Levitz
B.A.; CPA (2014) — Michael graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1995 with a B.A. in Business Economics, with emphasis in Accounting. Michael started his career with Arthur Andersen in Los Angeles, Silicon Valley (CA) and Boston, before moving into various finance positions of increasing responsibility in the telecommunications and medical technology industries. Currently, Michael is the Sr. Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Insulet Corporation, a publicly-traded innovative medical device company based in Billerica, Massachusetts. Michael is a Jewish believer in Jesus and has actively supported the ministry of Jews for Jesus over the last 20 years, including serving on multiple summer witnessing campaigns in New York City during college and, more recently, serving on the Jews for Jesus board of directors until 2009. In 2002, Michael and his wife, Cheri, along with three other couples, started a messianic congregation in the Boston area, Congregation Sar Shalom, where Michael serves as cantor/worship leader and elder. Michael, his wife Cheri, and their two children, Kaylie (’17) and Noah (’19), live in Lexington.
Eric Mollenhauer; '89
B.A.; Chartered Financial Analyst (2011 - present) — A graduate of Gordon College, Eric and his wife, Beth, have 5 children; Keli, Ben (LCA ’19) Joy (LCA ’20) and Luke (LCA ’22) and Sarah who attends Abundant Life Christian School in Wilmington. Eric serves as Portfolio Manager running retail and institutional assets in Fidelity Investments’ High Income Group. Eric and Beth attend Grace Chapel, Wilmington.
Gerald I. Moore (Treasurer)
B.S.; M.B.A. (2010 - present) — Gerry is President and CEO of Nido Surgical, a medical device company developing minimally invasive instruments for cardiac surgery. He is also a Partner at Converge Venture Partners, a venture capital fund focused on early-stage information technology start-up companies in the Northeast. Gerry previously spent two decades in the investment management industry; where he was the portfolio manager of several multi-billion dollar equity mutual funds as Managing Director of Putnam Investments and Vice President at Eaton Vance Management. He received his BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin and MBA from the Tuck School at Dartmouth College. Gerry and his wife, Rebecca, live in Lexington with their three daughters, including Grace ’16, Charlotte (LCA ’20), and Emily (LCA ’22). The Moores attend Grace Chapel in Lexington, where Gerry serves as the Chair of the Audit Committee.
Stephen L. Palmer
A.B.; J.D.(2013 - present) — Steve is a partner of international law firm K&L Gates LLP, where he specializes in mergers & acquisitions and securities law for growth companies. He received an A.B. in Government from Harvard College and a J.D. fromGeorgetown University Law Center. Steve and his wife Marylee live in Lexington and have four children, Daniel ’14, James ’16, Erin (LCA’19) and Amy (LCA’20). The Palmers attend Grace Chapel in Lexington.
B.S.E.; M.D. (2007 – present) — Dr. Pu graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a B.S.E (Bioengineering) and an M.D. from the UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. He is currently the Medical Director for the Care Continuum at Partners Center for Population Health. He is an attending physician at Mass General Hospital in the geriatric medicine unit and the complex care hospital service. Academically he is an Assistant Professor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Chuck and his wife Inger-Marie live in Winchester and have three children: Kjell-Andreas ’10, Anne Milda ’12 and Benjamin ’15. They enjoy spending a lot of time in Norway as a family. The Pu family worships at Highrock Church in Arlington. He looks for every opportunity to play golf.
Beth Somers Stutzman
B.A.; M.B.A. (2003 – present) — Beth has held positions in Business Development, Marketing, Executive Management and Consulting in a mix of Fortune 500 companies and start-ups. She has a B.A. from Mount Holyoke College, as well as an M.B.A. from the Wharton Business School where she was elected to serve on the Board of Directors for the Wharton Healthcare Management Alumni Association (1996-2002) and received the Wharton Alumni Leadership Award. Beth is an independent business consultant. She and her husband Rob, have two children, Andrew ’13 and Emily ’15. The Stutzmans worship at Grace Chapel in Lexington where Beth has served in leadership with the Women’s Ministries and the High School Ministry and currently serves on the Planning Team for Parenting Classes.
Michael Stevens; '87
B.A. (2011 - present) — Following Lexington Christian Academy, Mike graduated from Gordon College in 1992. Mike joined Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance upon graduation and spent four years as a sales representative. Mike is a Managing Director of State Street Global Advisors and Director of National Sales for the Intermediary Business Group. Mike's teams focus on distribution for SPDR ETF’s, SSgA mutual funds and managed accounts to the RIA/Multi Family Office and National Broker-Dealer marketplace. Michael holds his FINRA Series 7 and 63 licenses. Mike and his wife Carolyn (LCA’87) have three children, Madison LCA ’15, James John (LCA’18) and Jillian (LCA’20). Residents of Lexington. The Stevens serve at LCA with the Athletic Boosters. Long time members of Pilgrim Congregational Church in Lexington, they presently worship at Harbor of Hope Church in Chelmsford.
Wallace W. Wadman
B.A.; M.B.A. (1985 – present) — Wally is Chairman of Constitution Research and Management, an investment management company. He earned a B.A. from Tufts University and an M.B.A. from Columbia University School of Business. Wally and Florence are parents of three boys: Scott, Greer ’87, and John ’89. The Wadmans are long time members of Tremont Temple Baptist Church in Boston where Wally has served as a Trustee and Deacon. They currently worship at Grace Chapel.
Frank E. "Ted" Wheatley, III
B.S. (2011 - present) — Ted is an Executive Vice President at Jones Lang LaSalle, a global commercial real estate services provider. He has been a commercial real estate broker/advisor since 1981. Prior to JLL, Ted also worked with The Staubach Company, Grubb & Ellis and CB Richard Ellis. Prior to his real estate career, Ted worked with The Dunfey Hotel Corporation in Sales & Marketing in Boston, New York City and Washington DC. Ted and his wife, Lynda, have been involved with LCA since 1997. They are parents to five children who have all graduated from LCA, including Frank ’04, Carolyn ’06, Sam ’08, Rob ’11, and Peter ’14. Ted & Lynda served as the co-chairs of the Parent Representatives Council (PRC) for LCA from 2006 – 2011 and Ted served as a non-voting member of the Board of Trustees in this capacity. Ted received a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of New Hampshire (UNH). He sits on the Dean’s Executive Advisory Board for UNH’s Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics and is the co-founder and chair of the UNH Executive Forum in Boston. He and Lynda (also a graduate of UNH) live in Winchester, MA and attend Highrock Church in Arlington.
B.A.; M.A. (2012 - present) — Dave is a Director of Business Development at Evidera in Lexington. He is responsible for the strategic development of collaborations between life science organizations and Evidera that optimize the market access and commercial success of their products. Dave is a health economist who has also worked in the medical device and biotechnology industry (Candela Laser and Genzyme) and academia (MGH Institute for Health Professions) following earning a M.A. from the University of Iowa and a B.A. from the University of New Hampshire (both in economics). Together with his wife Lynn they were involved with LCA as parent reps since their daughter Emma ’09 entered the 6th grade until their son Erik ’12 graduated – and Lynn had a couple of stints as middle school girls lacrosse coach. Dave has been on the board of the Scandinavian Living Center, an assisted living residence with active community involvement in West Newton since 1996. They worship at Trinity Covenant Church in Lexington, MA.