A Window into Women's Reproductive Health & Wellness
Lilly Marcelin is the Executive Director of RSP and a voting member of the Board. She has been a support group consultant and facilitator for The Family Center, the Assistant Director of Matahari: Eye of the Day, a multicultural specialist for the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center and a peer leadership coordinator for Partners in Health.
Ann Marie Teuber
Ann Marie Teuber currently serves as the Parenting Journey Program senior leader and training supervisor. She has worked with nonprofits and therapeutic service providers for over thirty years and as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and group leader for the last 20 years.
Devon Wilson-Hill is a professional fundraiser, with experience at hospitals, universities, lower schools, and social action organizations. In addition, Devon has also curated a yoga and wellness venture where she leads prenatal yoga classes, teaches childbirth education, and supports families as a labor and birth doula for over a decade. Passionate about healthcare access and women’s agency in clinical settling, reproductive rights involvement has woven through her personal and professional journey.
Estelle Disch is a retired professor of sociology, after teaching for 40 years at various universities, including Smith College and UMass Boston. In addition to RSP, Estelle sits on the board of the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition (MBCC). RSP’s focus on the reproductive health of women of African descent is important to Estelle, due to her commitment to bringing awareness to the ways environmental contamination impact the health of women of color.
Linette Liebling is a board member for Planned Parenthood, with over 35 years of experience as a sexual health professional and advocate for the rights of women, and LGBTQ communities. Her interest in RSP comes from a deeply held commitment to women’s reproductive freedoms and combating systematic racism and sexism, particularly as it affects Black women’s reproductive health.
Lisa LaChance currently works at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center as the Director of the Center for Violence Prevention and Recovery. Previously, she served as a clinical director for the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center’s After Care Services and South Bay Mental Health. Lisa’s interests include community building and how social determinants of health impact health outcomes. Lisa also serves on the advisory board for the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE).
Madeleine Otani Oldman
Madeleine Otani Oldman is a Partner Relationship Manager at Families First Parenting Programs. She oversees the successful delivery of several Power of Parenting programs held in partnership with cornerstone partner organizations. Madeleine works closely with the Parenting Educators that facilitate the program while also engaging in outreach and relationship-building with new and existing partners.
Manty Shongwe is a Client Analyst Manager for Global Technology and Telecommunications, and provides strategic support, advocacy and network enhancement solutions to clients. Originally from South Africa, she sits on RSP's board as a survivor of reproductive health ailments and strongly believes in educating and enhancing other women’s lives who are affected by such ailments.
Stephanie DeCandia is the Director of Programs at the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC) where she provides oversight and strategic direction to the client services and community awareness and prevention programs as well as the legislative and policy work. Stephanie is a part-time lecturer at Northeastern University where she teaches Rape Crisis Training: Techniques in Counseling. She is a 2013 Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly Top Women of Law honoree. In 2008, the Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance recognized her with its Community Advocate Award.
Yassmina McDonald is a Women's Health Nurse Practitioner; she currently works as a Gynecologic Oncologic Nurse Practitioner for Palo Alto Medical Foundation in San Francisco. She has worked with RSP since 2011 in various roles, which allowed her to explore her passion for decreasing health disparities in the Black community, and to continue educating women about diseases of the reproductive system through creative pedagogy.