Rebecca Haag is a long-time social justice advocate with extensive experience in creating, building and transforming organizations. She was most recently the CEO of the AIDS Action Committee of MA, and has served on many nonprofit and business boards. She has been an executive in the government, business and nonprofit sectors, always motivated to identify and solve critical problems and seize opportunities.
For example, working with the Obama Administration, Rebecca helped lead the effort to create the first ever National AIDS Strategy with measureable goals, objectives and timelines. In another leadership position, she help launch the American Business Collaboration for Quality Care, raising over $150M from Fortune 500 companies to invest nationwide in community-based programs for childcare, after school programs and elder care. She received numerous national recognition and awards for both efforts.
Working with the IGI board, colleagues and community partners, Rebecca envisions building a safe, sustainable and equitable food system for the Island.
She has a BA from Wells College in Economics, MBA from Boston University and honorary PhD in human services from Simmons University. She currently serves on the Board of Trustees of Eastern Bank and is a trusted advisor to several regional nonprofit organizations.Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org