Nick has spent his entire career working to improve lives and communities for people with disabilities. Prior to joining the Flutie Foundation, Nick spent eleven years at Special Olympics Massachusetts (SOMA) working in a variety of capacities. Most recently, Nick was Vice President for Advancement and Marketing at SOMA. In his time at SOMA, Nick led initiatives across all disciplines of fundraising - including major gifts, foundation relations, and corporate development – as well as the organization’s communications and digital marketing efforts. Nick also worked directly to build inclusive Special Olympics sports programs in communities and schools across Massachusetts.
Prior to moving back to his home state of Massachusetts and joining SOMA, Nick founded Sky’s the Limit, a Colorado-based organization providing inclusive social and recreational programs for children with and without disabilities. Nick also worked as an employment counselor for adults with disabilities, as well as a special education para-educator early in his career. Nick received a B.A. from Metropolitan State Universality of Denver with a concentration in Nonprofit Organization Management. Nick also recently completed the core leadership program at The Institute for Nonprofit Practice, an affiliate of Tufts University.
Nick spends his free time with his wife, Stephanie, running between soccer, dance, basketball, girl scouts, and all the other activities of their two children Naomi and Dominic. Nick is also an avid sports fan, rooting for all the Boston professional sports teams to continue their recent run of great success.
Director of Marketing & Events
Nicole Guglielmucci serves as Director of Marketing and Events for the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism, a role she assumed in August 2010. In this capacity, Nicole leads all marketing and communication efforts, working closely with the Executive Director, as well as the Board of Directors. She plans and executes the Foundation's signature fundraising events including the Flutie 5K Road Race, Night to Shine Gala and Golf Classic.
Prior to joining the Flutie Foundation, she served as the Senior Marketing Director for Natick Collection, one of New England's largest shopping destinations. Before that, she worked at the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children for five years as the Marketing and Development coordinator.
Nicole holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Babson College. She lives in Natick, MA and is married with two children.
Director of Programs & Operations
Lisa joined the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism in September of 2009. As the Director of Programs & Operations, she develops programs and activities that further the Foundation's mission to help individuals and families with autism live life to the fullest and manages much of the administrative work that allows the organization to function on a daily basis. A significant amount of her time is spent overseeing the Foundation's three grant cycles: the Signature Grant Program, Allison Keller Education Technology Grants and Joey’s Fund's direct family support grants.
Lover of ice cream as a late-night snack and dreamer of being on House Hunters International, Lisa holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Framingham State College. Prior to joining our team, she worked as a Business Analyst for The MathWorks, Inc. and as a Scheduling Coordinator for Focus On Service, LLC. Lisa is married and has three children.
Director of Development
Erin Harper joined the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism in August 2018 in the role of Director of Development. In her position, Erin aims to leverage and diversify resources for the organization, working closely with corporate partners, foundations and individuals who are invested in the mission of the Flutie Foundation.
Prior to joining the Flutie Foundation, Erin most recently spent six years as the Director of Development for the Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest, one of the largest Boys & Girls Club organizations in Massachusetts. Erin holds a bachelor’s degree from Northeastern University in Communication Studies and Journalism and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. She serves on the Board of Directors for Leadership MetroWest and is also a graduate of the organization’s signature program, the Leadership MetroWest Academy