Meet Board Member Tim Nolan.
Years on Board: 6.5
My relationship with St. Francis House began as an undergraduate student at Boston College in 1997. I enrolled in a course in Philosophy and Theology that placed students at a non-profit to volunteer 30 hours per month.
I was placed at St. Francis House. Although a Finance Major in the Carroll School of Management, this course was by far the most impactful on my life.
20 years later…
Service to St. Francis House has become a lifelong mission of mine and now my family’s. Over the course of my 20 year relationship, I have volunteered in Food Service; Clothing; the Margaret Lindsay Stewart Art Studio; taught a Civics Course; spoke on behalf of St. Francis House through the Community Partners Speaking program; and even started an annual footwear and fundraising event called the St. Francis House Shooze Cruise.
I am honored to serve on the Board of Directors and share both my business experience and my unique perspective as a longtime volunteer.