Peter Dillon, Pamela Green Join Berkshire Taconic Board
SHEFFIELD — Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation announced that two Berkshire County residents, Peter Dillon and Pamela Green, have joined its board of directors.
Dillon was appointed superintendent of schools for the Berkshire Hills Regional School District in 2009, and was recently named superintendent of the Shaker Mountain School Union. Previously, he was executive director of policy in the Office of Portfolio Planning at the New York City Department of Education, where he helped to create and sustain more than 150 new schools. He serves on the boards of the New England School Development Council and St. James Place, and is a member of the Berkshire Compact for Education and Multicultural BRIDGE’s Race Task Force.
Green is a partner in the law firm of Smith Green & Gold, LLP in Pittsfield, where she concentrates on trust, estate and tax planning, estate administration, elder law, and real estate. She served as managing editor of the Western New England Law Review and has authored or co-authored articles and book chapters in her practice areas. She has been named to Boston magazine’s Super Lawyers Rising Stars list and Berkshire Community College’s Berkshire County 40 Under Forty. She is on the board of the Pittsfield Economic Development Authority and Hancock Shaker Village’s audit committee.
Dillon and Green join a regional board of 20. With assets of $125 million, Berkshire Taconic is a major funder of nonprofit organizations in its four-county region, working in partnership with donors and nonprofits to meet the needs of communities.