Riverside resident Maryellen Feeley has been appointed to the College of William & Mary Foundation’s governing board.
She currently serves on the board of Squash Haven, an after school academic and athletic enrichment program for low income children in New Haven and is a member of the Horizons National Development Committee. Horizons is an award winning summer learning program serving low income public school students on campuses of independent schools and colleges in 26 locations in the United States.
Ms. Feeley is one of five new trustees appointed to the board of the nonprofit corporation and public charity that seeks and manages private support for the College of William & Mary, the nation’s second-oldest institution of higher education, founded in 1693. Trustees are appointed to two-year terms and can serve a total of six years.
Currently Ms. Feeley also serves on the board of governors at the Field Club of Greenwich. She has held volunteer leadership roles at Brunswick School, Greenwich Academy and Convent of the Sacred Heart.
Prior to being at home with her family, she developed incentive and employee recognition programs as a sales associate in the Corporate Sales Division of Tiffany & Co. Ms. Feeley, who holds a bachelor’s degree from William & Mary, is married to Ed Feeley and they have four children aged 20, 18, 15 and 13.