Cam Neely – President
Cam founded The Cam Neely Foundation for Cancer Care in 1995 in memory of his parents, Marlene and Michael, who both lost their battles with cancer. Through this experience Cam understood firsthand the needs of the family to be close to their loved one while they're being treated for cancer. The Neely House was built as a respite for those families and patients. He found many patient needs are simple, like bright hospital rooms, family waiting spaces and cancer research. Cam believes that improving these small things help ease the overwhelming experience of cancer treatment.
Cam became the President of the Boston Bruins in 2010. He oversees all of the club’s hockey and business operations. After being traded to the Bruins in 1986, Cam’s potent blend of offensive talent and punishing presence led him to being one of the most revered players in team history. He ranks 5th on the Bruins all-time goal list and leads the franchise in playoff goals. Cam’s number 8 was retired in 2004 and the following year was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame. As the team’s President, he led the Bruins to a Stanley Cup victory in the 2010-2011 season.
Cam and his wife Paulina have two children, Jack and Ava.
Paulina Neely – Vice President
David Tubbs - Executive Director
David has spent more than 30 years fundraising in Boston in higher education and healthcare, most recently spending more than 19 years at Massachusetts General Hospital raising philanthropic support for areas such as global health, immunology research, pediatrics, stem cell research, basic science research as well as playing a leadership role within the Development Office in the hospital's $1.5B Campaign for the Third Century of Medicine completed in December 2013. During this Campaign, David raised the largest gift ($100M) in the more than 200 year history of Massachusetts General Hospital. David was hired by Cam Neely to be the Executive Director of The Cam Neely Foundation."
Andrew Osofsky - Manager of Events and Development
Andy originally joined The Cam Neely Foundation at its inception in 1995 and remained there until 2009. During that time, he was responsible for the Foundation’s event planning, day to day operations and development in which he was directly responsible for helping raise over $15 million. A licensed attorney, he left the Foundation to practice law and has recently returned to the Foundation as their Manger of Events and Development.
Patricia Reiser - Director, Neely House
Patty served as the Director of the Client Services Program in the Development Office at Massachusetts General Hospital for the past 12 years, where she was responsible for managing the staff and operations of the Program. In this role, Patty facilitated healthcare referrals and cultivated relationships with key hospital clients in order to promote philanthropic support for the hospital.
KristinAnn Janishefski – Public Relations
Claudia Harding - Manager, Neely House
Ava Neely – Manager of Social Media
Francisca Rodriguez – Neely House In-house Housekeeper
Lillian Castro – Neely House In-house Housekeeper
Neely House Guest Services Representatives