WHO WE ARE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Joe ’89, P ’20, ’22 & ’25 is CEO of Charles & Potomac Capital. Joe and his wife Chris have endowed the Popolo Family Executive Director of the Shea Center for Entrepreneurship and also the Popolo Family Edward Connelly Running Back. Chris and Joe have served on BC’s Board of Regents since 2019.
’98 and MBA ’06 wife Kathy ’01 & 07. Scott was QB for BC from 94-98 and has been broadcasting Eagles games for 12 years for Leerfield Regents since 2019.
(CSOM ’97, P ’23 & ’26) is the President of Raia Capital Management and Homes Fit For Heroes. He was a member of the BC track and field team from ’93-97 where he set and currently holds the school record in the Javelin and won the Big East and New England Championships.
Brian Tusa (CSOM ’94) is Chairman and CEO of Trinsic Residential Group. Brian and his wife Danielle joined BC’s Board of Regents in 2022.
Jerry York (‘67) is the winningest coach in NCAA hockey history, a five-time NCAA champion, National Hockey League and U.S. Hockey hall of famer. Mr. York spent 50 years as a Division 1 Head Coach — 28 of those years at Boston College.
Charlotte North (‘21) is a two-time Tewaaraton Award winner, two-time ACC Female Athlete of the year, and NCAA all-time goals scored leader (358). North earned a place on Team USA for the Women’s Lacrosse World Championship in 2022 and winning gold before beginning her professional career with Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse.
Malcolm Huckaby, (’94) A standout guard on the men’s basketball team at Boston College, Huckaby helped lead the Eagles to the NCAA Tournament’s Elite Eight in 1994. The Bristol, Conn., native was inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004. A two-sport star in high school, Huckaby was drafted by the Houston Astros in the 1989-90 MLB Draft. After growing up right down the road from headquarters, he joined ESPN in November 2012 as a men’s college basketball analyst. Huckaby is also currently the vice president of investments at Capital Securities Management in the greater Boston area.