Eileen Miskell, Chair
Eileen and her husband, Dana, returned to Falmouth in 1986 to run the Wood Lumber Company. Eileen has been active in many community groups, including Falmouth Volunteers in Public Schools, Falmouth Academy, the Falmouth Library Foundation, and the Cape Cod Foundation Board of Directors. She recently became a member of the Edward Bangs Kelley and Elza Kelley Foundation and has been on the board of the Independent Bank (Rockland Trust) since 2005. Eileen graduated from Boston College and has a master’s of business administration from Boston University. Dana and Eileen have two children.
Bob has practiced law in Falmouth since 1973, primarily regarding matters of land use regulation. He was the first president of the Falmouth Jewish Congregation and has served as a director of the Falmouth Service Center. In 2004 he received the Town of Falmouth Human Services Committee Annual Commendation. He is currently a director of the Woods Hole Golf Club and a trustee of the Marine Biological Laboratory. His wife, Alison Ament, teaches biology at Falmouth Academy. They have two grown children, Seth Ament and Elinor Ament Hiller.
Jodee is an attorney and partner with Hilton and Bishop, P.C. in Falmouth, primarily practicing in the area of estate and gift planning and trust and estate administration. She received her B.A. from the University of Vermont and a Juris Doctor degree from Suffolk University Law School. Following law school, she was an associate with the law firm of Hutchins, Wheeler, and Dittmar in Boston prior to founding Hilton & Bishop in 1994 with her partner, Frederic H. Hilton. Jodee has served on the boards of several nonprofit organizations, including Falmouth Academy, The 300 Committee: Falmouth’s Land Trust, and the Planned Giving Council of Cape Cod. Jodee and her family live in North Falmouth.
Tucker has lived for nearly 40 years in Falmouth, where her two children grew up and attended school. She enjoyed a close-up look at the town when she worked as a reporter for the Enterprise newspapers and has been involved with local organizations that include the Falmouth Housing Trust, The 300 Committee, and the Community Health Center of Cape Cod. For 20 years she has worked at Falmouth Academy, where she is the assistant to the headmaster. Tucker was first introduced to the tremendous growth potential and ongoing benefits of community foundations in Worcester, where her father was a founder of the Greater Worcester Community Foundation.
Steve Haddad grew up in Falmouth. After college, he held a variety of management positions at Fidelity Investments for 10 years. Steve is now the owner of Falmouth Real Estate and Building Company. He has been involved in various community activities, including spearheading the recent improvements to the Girls’ Field at Falmouth High School. Steve and his wife, Sharon Haddad, and their four children live in West Falmouth.
Vicky, a graduate of Radcliffe College and Tufts University, is a community activist who has lived in Falmouth for 45 years. She has chaired the Falmouth Planning Board and the Falmouth Hospital Board of Trustees and was a founder and first president of The 300 Committee Land Trust. She was elected a Barnstable County Commissioner and was an initial member of the Cape Cod Commission. Vicky has served on the boards of the Association to Preserve Cape Cod, Cape Cod Healthcare, the Cape Cod Foundation and the Woods Hole Research Center. In 1990 she was recognized by the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce as “Citizen of the Year.” Vicky and her husband, Francis (“Pete”) Lowell, are enthusiastic cyclists and rode from Oregon to Woods Hole in 2000.
Sarah has been a senior international fundraiser for organizations such as Greenpeace, the Salvation Army of Greater New York, and the London Design Museum. She recently served as the campaign director for the capital campaign for Falmouth Public Library’s renovation and is currently the director of development at Falmouth Academy. Originally from England, Sarah has lived in Falmouth for several years with her husband, Ben Pring, and their children, Clementine and Noah.