Raymond J. Bourque
A 1997 co-founder of CFC, Hall of Fame defenseman Ray Bourque began his 22 year NHL career with the Boston Bruins in 1979. As that year’s best rookie, he won the Calder Memorial Trophy, which was just the beginning of a career marked by, among other achievements, 5 Norris trophies, as the league's best defenseman, 13 first team All Star selections and 6 second team All Star selections.
In 1999, after 20 years with the Bruins, Bourque was traded to the Colorado Avalanche; where he capped his career in 2001 by winning the Stanley Cup. Currently, Mr. Bourque is involved with various business interests and is active in charitable work. Bourque’s service on CFC’s Board of Directors is on a voluntary basis.
Colleen M. Coyne
A 1998 Olympic Gold Medallist, Colleen Coyne is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire; where she was an All American in lacrosse as well as a member of the two-time ECAC champion Women’s Hockey Team, which she captained in her senior year. Her athletic accomplishments also include being named to the All Eastern Athletic Conference in her senior year and competing internationally as a member of the Women’s Select Hockey Team in 1993, 1995, 1996 and 1997.
Currently, Coyne is an Inbound Marketing Consultant at HubSpot, Inc, Cambridge, MA. Ms. Coyne’s service on CFC’s Board of Directors is on a voluntary basis. She also serves as CFC’s Clerk.
Cleon N. Daskalakis
A 1997 Cofounder of CFC, Cleon Daskalakis is a graduate of Boston University’s School of Management, which he attended on a full hockey scholarship. While at Boston University, Daskalakis won the Bean Pot Championship in 1982 and he was named a Second Team ECAC All Star in 1983. In 1984, he was named a First Team ECAC All Star, an All American, and first runner up for the Hobey Baker Award, which is awarded annually to the nation's best collegiate hockey player.
Also in 1984, Mr. Daskalakis signed as a free agent with the Boston Bruins of the NHL. In 1985, as a member of the American Hockey League’s Hershey Bears, he won the Calder Cup and in 1990 he was named ECAC goaltender of the decade.
After playing professionally in the AHL, NHL and in Europe, Daskalakis retired from hockey in 1993. Currently, Mr. Daskalakis is the President of Celebrity Marketing, Inc., a brand marketing, talent agency and consulting firm that he founded in 1996. Daskalakis’ service on CFC’s Board of Directors is on a voluntary basis. He also serves as CFC’s President.
John J. McGlynn
A graduate of Suffolk Law School, John McGlynn holds a BA from Colgate University. He has been an attorney for over 25 years and is currently a professional lobbyist representing the interests of several major corporations. Additionally, McGlynn also maintains a private practice where he specializes in family law. His personal interests include golfing and baseball. McGlynn’s service on CFC’s Board of Directors is on a voluntary basis.
A graduate of Suffolk Law School, Joseph Wadland holds a M.Ed. in public education from Boston University and a BA from Bridgewater State College. An attorney for over 25 years, Wadland served the federal government for 10 years as the administrator of the Federal Tort Claims Act.
Wadland is currently a corporate attorney in private practice where he specializes in business litigation and represents the interests of several Fortune 100 companies. His personal interests include golfing and running, and he also volunteers as a Director on the Boards of Central Catholic High School and the Lawrence Boys and Girls Clubs. Wadland’s service on CFC’s Board of Directors is on a voluntary basis. He also serves as CFC’s Treasurer.
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Rob was drafted into the National Football League at the 2006 draft by New Orleans fifth round 135th overall. He played for New Orleans until he was placed on waivers in 2007 to be picked off of waivers by Miami. In 2007 he played in four games as a reserve player. In 2008 he carried a similar role as a reserve player. He was then waived by Miami and joined the 53 man roster of New Orleans only to be dropped again in 2009 and picked up by the New England Patriots. Rob then changed his position for a second time in his career from linebacker to a defensive end in 2012. That year Rob played in his first career Super Bowl (SB XLVI) in Indianapolis, IN against the NY Giants recording 4 tackles in the game. Rob’s 11 fumble recoveries since 2010 are the highest in the league. In 2013 Ninkovich was named a captain of the Patriots. Rob has a current career total of 314 combined tackles, 27.5 sacks, and 4 career interceptions. Recently, Rob agreed to a three year contract extension through 2016 worth a guaranteed 8.5 million dollars.
John "Doomsday" Howard:
A graduate of Bridgewater State College, David Rumrill has served for over 22 years in senior wealth management positions at Fidelity Investments, Smith Barney and Morgan Stanley, where he is currently a Senior Vice President charged with advising ultra-high net worth families. His personal interests include basketball and golfing, and he also volunteers as a Director of the New England Chapter of the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America. Rumrill’s service on CFC’s Board of Directors is on a voluntary basis.
Cleon N. Daskalakis
Mr. Daskalakis’ service as CFC’s President is on a voluntary basis. He also serves as a Director on CFC’s Board of Directors.
Mr. Wadland’s service as CFC’s Treasurer is on a voluntary basis. He also serves as a Director on CFC’s Board of Directors.
Colleen M. Coyne
Ms. Coyne’s service as CFC’s Clerk is on a voluntary basis. She also serves as a Director on CFC’s Board of Directors.