The Cape Cod Pilgrim Memorial Association (CCPMA), doing business as the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum (PMPM), has announced the appointment of Steven Ridini, president and CEO of Health Resource in Action, to its board of trustees. Ridini’s extensive experience in nonprofit management, strategic planning and organizational development will support CCPMA’s strategic vision for future growth, said Courtney Hurst, president of the CCPMA board of trustees.
Ridini has more than 25 years of experience working in public health in the U.S. and internationally. He also has a proven track record in nonprofit administration, with a professional background including research and evaluation, planning, development, grant making and coalition building. Ridini has bachelor’s degrees in biology and political science from Boston College and a Master of Public Health and Doctor of Education degrees rom Harvard University.
“The CCPMA is making tremendous progress in their mission of education and inclusion,” said Ridini. “I am looking forward to helping PMPM grow and reach its goal of ensuring that everyone can learn about and appreciate Provincetown’s rich history, including the region’s original inhabitants, the Wampanoag Nation, as well as the arrival of the Mayflower.”
In addition to the appointment of Ridini, CCPMA trustee Brian Johnson has been elected treasurer. Johnson has more than 40 years of experience in finance, working for corporations, national civil rights organizations as well as serving on the boards of nonprofit organizations. Johnson will be taking over the treasurer’s role from CCPMA trustee Michael Glasfeld, president and owner of Bay State Cruise Company, who will remain on the board.
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