Michael MacPhail, Director of Administration »
Michael is the Director of Administration at the CGBC. Previously, he was Chair of the Architecture Program and Associate Professor in the Department of Architecture at Wentworth Institute of Technology. With 14 years of experience in higher education, he is proficient in program development, strategic planning and organizational management.

Prior to serving at Wentworth, he was a Visiting Assistant Professor at Northeastern University's School of Architecture and a graduate program studio instructor at the Boston Architectural College. Michael’s own interests in architecture include new building technologies and visualization. He is currently a registered architect in the state of Massachusetts and a member of the AIA.

Michael received a BA in Urban Geography from the University of British Columbia in 1991, a BArch from the School of Architecture at UBC in 1994, and his MArch from SCI-Arc in Los Angeles in 1996.

Jenna Bjorkman, Communications Specialist »
Jenna manages communications efforts at the Center. She also contributes to the Center’s event planning and provides a range of daily administrative support to the Founding Director. She graduated from Tufts University with a BA in International Relations.

Jeffrey Fitton, Outreach and Events Manager »
Jeff is responsible for content development, marketing, and execution of CGBC events, program activities, and outreach. Jeff has worked in higher education for over 20 years, with experience in event management, public relations, alumni affairs, as well as admissions. He has a MBA in organizational leadership and a BA in political science and history.

Bob Marino, Finance and Grants Manager »
Bob provides direct financial and administrative support for all budgetary, financial and grant-related processes and projects at the Center. Prior to his work at the CGBC, Bob worked as a financial analyst at two cleantech startups where he secured federal funding and conducted award administration and compliance for multi-year, multimillion dollar R&D projects.