Bakes for Breast Cancer
Board of Directors
Bakes for Breast Cancer is grateful for the many business professionals who serve on our board and help to guide our organization
Scott first got involved with Boston Bakes in 1999 when one of his clients signed on to participate in our event Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer. Seventeen years later, Scott joins our Board of Directors. Scott is currently the Chief Operating Officer for Mittcom, a privately held full-service advertising agency located in Needham, MA. For the past twenty-five years, Scott’s extensive background has been focused on but not limited to working with agencies, national and international entertainment companies and media companies.
He is dedicated to making a difference in the fight against breast cancer and saw first hand how cancer touches lives when his mother underwent treatment. happy Mrs. Bernstein is a breast cancer survivor. Scott is a devoted and loving father to four incredible children who are his loves and life.
Susan first got involved with Bakes for Breast Cancer when she owned and operated, with her husband, the outstanding restaurant Sweet Life on Martha’s Vineyard and participated in Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer. With a strong family history of breast cancer, Susan was drawn to this organization and believes strongly in its mission, its roots and its potential to do so much more.
With a strong background in marketing, business and a love for food, Susan’s effort to make a difference in this organization daily and knows how much more it can do and grow.
Susan is the mother of two exceptional children; is dedicated to making a difference in the fight against breast cancer and of course has a great love for not only her husband of twenty years but for travel and adventure!
Kelley Tuthill serves as Vice President of Marketing and Communications at Regis, a Catholic co-ed university in Weston. She came to Regis after serving 18 years as a reporter and anchor at WCVB-TV, the ABC affiliate in Boston. Kelley has been a long-time supporter of Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer, visiting patients annually at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute to hand out sweet treats with partner restaurants. A breast cancer survivor, Kelley poignantly shared her journey with Channel 5 viewers and on-line users. She is the co-author of You Can Do This! Surviving Breast Cancer Without Losing Your Sanity or Your Style. Kelley has been recognized as a “Hero Among Us” by the Boston Celtics, a “40 Under 40” by the Boston Business Journal and featured in the book Boston: Inspirational Women for her work on behalf of local and national breast cancer organizations.
Fundraising for breast cancer research since 1990 after retiring from the hotel industry. Fundraising for breast cancer research has become an addiction for Carol who lost her mother in 1973 at the age of 44 when the odds of a woman getting breast cancer were one in twenty women.
Since 1990, Carol has helped raised over two million dollars for breast cancer but knows there is still so much to do and so much more money to raise to find the cure for this indiscriminate disease that touches so many we know and love.
The journey has just started and will lead to not only raising money but also meeting very interesting people along the way. “Doing events that cross every socio-economic demographics and enabling everyone to make a difference is what we are all about.”
Carol’s greatest gift is seeing her daughter grow up and being there for her.
Dr. Eric Winer, MD, is Chief, Division of Women’s Cancers and the Thompson Senior Investigator in breast cancer research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. He is also a professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Winer received his undergraduate and medical degrees from Yale University. He was on the faculty of Duke Medical Center for eight years before moving to Boston in 1997. Dr. Winer is widely published, having authorized over 200 articles, clinical communications, reviews, book chapters and editorials. We are extremely grateful to have Dr. Winer working with our organization. He has a never-ending commitment, dedication, and devotion to the fight against breast cancer.
Todd English, one of the most decorated, respected and charismatic chefs has been a great supporter of our event, Boston Bakes, for Breast Cancer and our organization Bakes for Breast Cancer for the past 17 years. Todd’s commitment to our organization has been unwavering. When Todd told us he would do anything for our organization, Bakes for Breast Cancer took him up on his word;a word he has always been true to – Todd English has always been there for us before and after his family was personally touched by breast cancer. In addition to his Titan and Home Collection, astonishing list of successful restaurant concepts, television producer and host, TV personality, author and proud father, we are grateful to have him on our advisory board and as a true friend.