Terre Young, President – After working in Germany and Washington DC, Terre returned to the island in 1978 to visit her grandmother and has happily lived, worked, and raised her family, here ever since. Her family members are husband Scotty, son Mac, and daughter Emma. One year after retiring as Executive Director of Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard, I was invited by the board of Friends of Family Planning to help engage the island community in a conversation about abortion. Of course, I said yes, and now, 5 years later, I am more than ever committed to make this choice understood and accepted as a right and available here. I feel very strongly that reproductive health care be affordable and available to all island people and remain an ally for the LGBTQA+ community members. I am very proud of the support to the clinic and many projects this board accomplishes, and I am honored to work beside each member. I am also privileged to host the Cancer Support Groups meetings on Wednesday evenings, and a very dedicated rower in Sail MV’s Cornish Pilot gigs, Grace and Cassie.
Nili Beth Goldstein Morgan, Vice President – Nili Beth was raised on the Island. After completing her studies at Brandeis University and trying her hand as a tour guide at Fenway Park along with other Off Island adventures, she returned home to the Vineyard to work with her family at Mansion House Inn and Health Club. In addition to her hospitality duties, Nili is a former board member for Vineyard Montessori School and is currently the Vice President of Friends of Family Planning. Nili has been a FOFP board member for close to 15 years, joining this important board to help Island friends and neighbors access care locally, affordably, and safely. She enjoys Vineyard life with her husband, Dylan and their two children.
Roger Maxfield, Treasurer – Roger has been on the board since September 2012. I was invited to this board by an exiting board member and, as I had been looking to give some time to the community I accepted. I missed the December 2012 board meeting to find out I was voted in as the Treasurer. I have become very passionate about our board and what we do and have accomplished. I started coming to the Vineyard seasonally in 1980 from March until December. I left the island in the spring of 1987 and returned in the spring of 1989 year-round. This is the only board I have been on, and I enjoy working with my fellow board members and working on our event fund raisers.
Erin Estrella, Secretary – As a licensed clinical social worker, Erin has long been a passionate supporter of inclusive reproductive health & social justice issues. A professed city girl from Providence, RI, I moved to the island six years ago after a summer romance with an islander turned into so much more. I have long been involved with organizations that support women’s and LGBTQA+ rights and have dedicated much of my professional career to women’s behavioral health across the life cycle. Prior to moving to Martha’s Vineyard, I ran the psychiatric consultation service for Women & Infants Hospital in Providence, RI. I opened a private psychotherapy practice on island and have found much joy in meeting the behavioral health needs of our island population. I joined the board in early 2022 to follow my passion of promoting increased access to care for underserved populations in rural and urban settings.
Board of Directors
Kristina Almquist – Kristina has always believed that all people deserve safe non-judgmental access to healthcare and information about their own sexual health. She and her family first started coming to Vineyard in 1994 and have made it their permanent home since 2011. Kristina is a Board Member and a volunteer working to improve our online presence to bring more people to our organization both as volunteers and to access service. Kristina is a graphic designer and has worked with clients across the country. She has also served as a volunteer for organizations in her previous home of Troy New York including, The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, The Troy Public Library, and the Arts Center of the Capital Region.
Elizabeth Barnes – Born and raised on the Vineyard, Elizabeth then lived in Philadelphia before moving back home to be near family and raise her son. When she isn’t navigating motherhood and island living, she is the President of The Women’s Centers, an affiliated group of independent abortion clinics in GA, PA, NJ and CT. She is a recipient of the Abortion Conversation Project’s Vision Award and a national expert in outpatient abortion provision and access. She recently founded the nonprofit Abortion Access for All, created to support abortion availability on the island and wherever it is needed. Elizabeth’s mother was an early board member of Friends of Family Planning, and she is grateful for the opportunity to continue the work.
Katharine Barnes Horenstein – Katharine and her family have lived on Martha’s Vineyard part-time for ten years and full-time since June of 2021. Her oldest son attends Falmouth Academy, and her younger two children, who were born on MV, attend school in Chilmark. Katharine is an OB/Gyn physician. After attending UMass Medical School, she completed her residency training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston where she met her husband Jeff. Jeff currently works for MV Hospital and also has a private medical practice based on Island. Having taken time off from medicine to focus full-time on parenting, Katharine is now returning to clinical practice as a physical at Island Health Care Community Health Center. She joined the board of FOFP in order to engage with t community around the issues of sexual and reproductive health and to improve access to sexual and reproductive health education and services in the island community, with a specific focus on access to abortion. Katharine is a dedicated runner, tennis player, and member of the PTO at the Chilmark School and aspires to meditate and practice yoga every day.
Suzan Bellincampi – Suzan has spent 22 years on Martha’s Vineyard and almost as long on the Board of Friends of Family Planning. Her work is sharing nature through teaching, writing, and speaking, and she serves as MV and Nantucket Islands’ Director for Mass Audubon. Suzan is a columnist for the Vineyard Gazette and author of two books on Island nature. A self-proclaimed feminist, Suzan stays on the Board because she wants to work to protect abortion access, support human rights, forward gender equality, and allow people to be free to be who they want to be, and to love who they want to love.
Elliott Bennett – Elliott has been a resident on the island for over 25 years. She has a Masters in curriculum development and Education Leadership, is a career educator, and taught biology at the MVRHS for 15 years. She has taught environmental sciences for several nonprofits on and off island and has led natural history tours throughout the US, Caribbean, and Central America. Elliott has served on the FOFP Board since 2018. As a lifetime educator, she is an active voice for reproductive education, and believes in reproductive health services for all people. Elliott has experienced first-hand the way our clinic is available for all individuals and families and is committed to making sure that the clinic can continue to serve all types of people, with comprehensive reproductive services.
Hilary Dreyer – Hilary (she/her) is driven by giving back to this incredible community that raised her. After graduating from Hobart and William Smith Colleges she moved back to the Island and has enjoyed a meaningful career working for Island nonprofits. She served as Executive Director at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival, leading the organization through the pandemic and collaborating with the YMCA to create the highly popular Vineyard’s Drive-In. She now works at the Martha’s Vineyard Community Foundation, a nonprofit which brings together donors, local nonprofits, and organizations to ensure this diverse community thrives—in perpetuity. Bringing people together, and connecting resources which those in the community who need them the most is what she finds so rewarding, and what drew her to joining the board of Friends of Family Planning in 2022.
Marion Hammond – Marion has always been a passionate advocate for Affordable Healthcare and a Woman’s Right to make choices for herself. As a past Director for 15 years she brings a historical perspective and administrative knowledge to the Board. Marion has deep roots in the island community, having lived and raised her family here since 1975. Recently retired, she enjoys caring for family, dogs, cats, chickens, learning about nature and the environment, and is an avid reader. Her deep appreciation for the natural world is reflected in her commitment to sustainability and her efforts to promote eco-friendly practices both in her personal life and in the broader community. She is excited to rejoin the Board to put her energy towards supporting this very worthwhile mission.
Josey Kirkland – Josey (she/her) has been on the FOFP board for almost 10 years. She was drawn in by a friend and stayed because she believes in accessible health services for all, plus it’s a great group of people! Full-time she works as the education manager for Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary, seasonally with Goat Yoga MV, and for fun she swims, cooks, sings, stretches a lot, and hangs out with all her animals.
Marnely Murray – Marnely was born and raised in the Dominican Republic, and after 24 years of Caribbean Island living, she moved to another island, this time not as warm. Her work as a pastry chef brought her to the island, working at one of the most prestigious golf clubs on Martha’s Vineyard. She lives and works alongside her husband, and for the last 12 years, has been an active voice in showcasing that families can be made up of two people. Recently having had her fallopian tubes removed (a surgery called a salpingectomy), she has recently joined the Board of Friends of Family Planning as Chair of the Social Media Committee, where she hopes to empower, educate, and showcase the work of this organization even more.
John Robichau – Another Island native, John became connected to the clinic after returning in 2019 after a career in NYC. Having been sent to the clinic by the MV Hospital, Health Imperatives was able to fill a gap in the healthcare system and provide crucial services that supported him in beginning his young family. In gratitude, and with a personal connection to the ways in which charitable medical practices can change lives, John joined the board shortly afterwards. John is the Managing Director of the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival where he supports the development and prediction of community events year-round.
Joy Robinson-Lynch – ( she/ her) finally moved to the island in 1989 after many years of summer visits. She and her life partner raised their children here. Now grown, they express gratitude for their island childhood. Joy was the counselor at the West Tisbury School in the 1990s and then created a varied consulting practice, supporting health and human service agencies, including all of the family planning programs in New England. For ten years she was the Sexual Health Coordinator for the
Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, encouraging schools to
provide k-12 age-appropriate programing. She is remembered in that role for her often quoted
belief, “Quality sex education could bring about world peace.” She is happy to return to the board and invest her experience at home.
Tomar Waldman – After a 30 year career as a licensed general contractor specializing in historic restoration, she worked for the City of Providence Dept of Planning. After retiring to the Island, she has served on the Tisbury Public Works advisory board, The Vineyard Committee on Hunger, The Tisbury Sewer Commission, the Tisbury Preservation Committee, The Community Services Auction Fundraiser, and The Diversity Coalition. She has been a FFP Board member for several years.
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