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The Partners

Debra A McLaughlin

Debra A McLaughlin received a degree from Duke University, Trinity College in 1988 with a BS in Neuroscience. Additionally, Debra obtained dual degrees, MBA and MHA, from The Pennsylvania State University. She was the Director of an inpatient/outpatient psychiatric institution for over 12 years in North Carolina before moving to London. Following her repatriation to the United States she moved to Greenwich, CT. Debra is an Alumni Interviewer for Duke University for the past 15 years and is a participant in the Duke Reader Project for 10 years. She is a member of the St. Michael’s Parish Women’s Association, and currently Debra tutors lower and middle school students concerning their academic endeavors.

Hadley Mongell

Hadley Mongell has been a resident of Greenwich for the past 4 years and is actively involved in non-profits in both Greenwich and NYC. Hadley has a BA in Communications from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in 2005 and a MBA in Corporate Finance from Fordham University in 2011. She is currently Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Micro Precision LLC, a manufacturing conglomerate specializing in critical product assemblies for the rail, defense and aerospace industries. In her spare time, she sits on the Advisory Board of Citylax- an organization dedicated to introducing/expanding lacrosse into New York City schools and geographies that historically are predominantly comprised of populations from lower income families with little or no access to the game. Other non-profit participation includes New York Athletic Club’s Athlete’s Fund–a member driven board that helps subsidize the cost of member athletes competing and representing both the club and the United States in the Olympic Games.

Anne Silvey Franscioni

Anne Silvey Franscioni has been an active member of the Greenwich community for the past decade. During this time, she served on the board of multiple non-profits in town in roles ranging from membership to fundraising & development, in addition to co-chairing many fundraising events and committees. After growing up in Fairfield County, Anne attended Pepperdine University in Malibu, California and graduated in 2009 with a degree in Political Science. Anne was a real estate agent in Greenwich for nearly ten years before moving overseas. She currently lives in Germany with her husband and two children, but returns often to Greenwich and will be moving back soon.

Heather Woodbridge

Heather Woodbridge has been an active member of the Greenwich community for the last decade and has been involved in several non-profits.  Heather graduated from Marymount Manhattan College in 2001 with a double major in Political Science and Psychology and has a MA from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in Forensic Psychology and is a recent graduate of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. She is currently a Parenting Strategist living with her husband and three daughters in Greenwich.