Gov. Patrick appoints new members to the RCC board of trustees

Banner Staff | 9/5/2012, 7:52 a.m.

Lloyd also participated in the Teach for America program, working in classrooms in Baton Rouge and New Orleans. He has served on the boards at Four Corners Main Streets, Dorchester and The Food Project, among others, and is the sitting vice-chair of the board at Project Bread. Mr. Lloyd attended Boston University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education.

Dr. Jeffery O. Greenberg is an associate medical director for the Brigham and Women’s Physician Organization, where he leads a number of projects to improve the quality and value of care that the hospital’s physicians deliver.  He also practices Primary Care at Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s Advanced Primary Care Associates at South Huntington, the first Brigham and Women’s Hospital practice built as a Patient-Centered Medical Home.  

Dr. Greenberg attended Brown University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History, and the University of Pennsylvania, where he earned a Doctor of Medicine degree and Master degree in Business Administration and Health Care Management.  

Steven Tompkins has over 25 years of supervisory and management experience in public relations, marketing, communications, promotions and media production. He now serves as the chief of external affairs for the Suffolk County Sherriffs Department and is currently on leave to work for the Elizabeth Warren’s U.S. Senate campaign as senior adviser.

Tompkins has previously served as the director of marketing and public affairs at the Dimock Center, and as a press liaison for the Federal Emergency Management Agency.  He attended Boston College, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications, and the University of Massachusetts Boston, where he earned a Master of Science degree in Public Policy.

Tompkins has served as a member of the Roxbury Board of Trustees since 2010 and is being reappointed to the Board, as his current term has expired.   

“The Governor has chosen a first class cohort of trustees and Board leadership,” said Education Secretary Paul Reville. “These members arrive at crucial time for this institution and we will give them our full measure of support in every way possible to ensure their success.”