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Larry Davis

Board Chair

Larry Davis has served on the board of BCPC since the end of 2018. He is retired from a career
in retail, finishing up in 2019 with Trader Joe's.

Larry began volunteering at the Center in 2015 after attending a presentation by BCPC, where he learned of the compassionate, life empowering support services provided to women and couples vulnerable to the abortion culture. Larry’s volunteer work and prayer with the staff at BCPC has also been a wonderful
encouragement for his faith journey with our Sovereign Lord.

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Diane O'Toole

Executive Director

Diane holds a BA in Political Science and Psychology from Wheaton College and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Massachusetts as well as having completed several certificate programs.  


Diane was the Executive Director of the Global Tracheostomy Collaborative and the Executive Director of the American Nurses Association of Massachusetts, for about ten years.  Diane is Past-President of the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts and the International Personnel Manager’s Association of Massachusetts.  She has served on several Boards and Committees in a variety of capacities and is currently the Treasurer of the Massachusetts Health Council.  Diane has over 30 years of not-for-profit organizational experience.


Diane runs a Helping Hands ministry and a DivorceCare ministry program through her church and has been Chair of the Board of a Christian School and a Sunday School Teacher for over 23 years.

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Emily Gordon


Emily has served on the board of BCPC since summer 2019. She learned of BCPC from a friend and immediately connected with BCPC's vision of supporting women and men through unplanned pregnancy, empowering them to choose life in Christ. Emily has worked in fundraising events and project management and currently works at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health.

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Donna L. Goolkasian


Donna has been in the pharmaceutical industry for most of her career in the area of medical communications. She is passionate about creating educational materials, communicating medical information to healthcare providers, and engaging with patients and patient advocacy organizations. 


A life-long Bostonian, Donna received her Bachelor of Science degree from Mass College of Pharmacy and a Doctor of Pharmacy from SUNY Buffalo. 


She lives outside of the city and has had the pleasure of traveling to countries in South America, Asia, Europe, and Africa! 

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Mark Carey


Mark is a nationally award-winning radio production director and executive producer with over
20 years in national and local broadcast radio and has travelled the world as an executive producer for Catholic Family Radio working with notable talk show hosts like former Vatican US Ambassador Ray Flynn, on his nationally syndicated show. Mark has Interviewed multiple well
known and historic figures in politics, entertainment, etc.. and has also been a national stringer reporter for Salem Radio Network and RTT News respectively and spent his formative years in broadcasting with the Salem Radio Group Intercom and CBS/Infinity. Mark has been devoting
his time working on pro-life issues and has co-coordinated pro-life events that have drawn thousands. He is also a filmmaker and successful musician in the New England area.

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Catherine “Ki” Morrissey


Catherine “Ki” Morrissey is a wife, mother and grandmother. She was raised on the South Shore of Massachusetts and received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a concentration in Law from the University of Massachusetts Boston, Massachusetts. While in college, she faced an unplanned pregnancy and was faced with a difficult choice. Should she have the child or abort? She leaned on the faith of her childhood as never before and decided to take a leap of faith with Jesus. She chose to have the baby, placed him for adoption, and through the saving grace of God, she later reunited with the child she prayed for daily.

She hopes to inspire others through her pro-life ministry as a pro-life speaker and adoption advocate. Since 2005, Ki Morrissey has spoken to audiences large and small; reaching thousands of people through talks at various Life events throughout the Archdiocese of Boston, Women’s Cursillo Retreats, Confirmation classes, Massachusetts Citizen for Life events, and MCI Framingham Prison for Women. She has spoken at the Pope St. John XXIII Seminary, Weston, Mass, and was interviewed for the radio show, Life Matters, on the Boston Neighborhood Network.
She was a featured speaker at the 2019 pro-life event called “Night4Life” in Quincy, Massachusetts, as well as the 2021 Boston Marian Conference. She joined the Board of Boston Center for Pregnancy Choices, Boston, MA. as of March, 2023. She hopes to promote the supportive and healing mission of
BCPC to all those she encounters.

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James Kaczmarek

Advisory Board

Jimmy has served on the BCPC Advisory Board since the fall of 2020.

After growing up in Florida and obtaining his undergraduate degree at Auburn University, he moved north to the Boston area to pursue his PhD at MIT in 2013. He and his wife Anna got married in 2015 and made the decision to stay in Boston after Jimmy's graduation in order to remain committed members of their church, Hope Fellowship in Cambridge. Through Hope, he and Anna became involved with
BCPC and are blessed by the opportunity to work with the center to show the love of Christ to those experiencing unexpected pregnancies and those who have been affected by abortion.
Jimmy currently works as a scientist in the biotech industry, and spends the rest of his free time wrangling his two young sons and his surprisingly cat-like dog.


James Hopkins


The Reverend James P. Hopkins has served as Pastor of the First Lutheran Church of Boston since 2019. He was called to New England directly upon the completion of his M.Div at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, IN. He holds a B.A. from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, IL (2008), and performed postgraduate studies in International Relations at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Prior to his call into the minsitry, Rev. Hopkins worked in the Department of Defense and served in the Marine Corps and the Navy, both on active duty and in the Reserves. After 23 years of service, he retired from the Navy Chaplain Corps in 2023.

He and his wife, Caroline, were married in 2014. They have four children: Lucia, Christoph, Ambrose, and Penelope. They enjoy exploring New England, especially the Aquarium, and spending time with family and friends who frequently come to visit.

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