George E. Clancy, Esquire is a partner at Fuller, Rosenberg, Palmer & Beliveau of Worcester,
Massachusetts. Mr. Clancy has been a member of the Blue Hills Bank board of directors since 1996 and is
currently Chairman of the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee and a member of the Audit
Committee. Mr. Clancy is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, the Massachusetts Defense
Lawyers Association and the Worcester County Bar Association. Mr. Clancy is a member of the CAP
Team and serves as a CCD teacher for St. Anne Parish. Mr. Clancy is a graduate of Bridgewater State
College and received his J.D. from the Suffolk University Law School. Mr. Clancy has over 25 years of
business experience as a practicing lawyer. Mr. Clancy provides the Board with extensive insight on
regulatory and litigation matters; he is a former resident of Hyde Park and a founding Director of Hyde
Park Main Streets.
David J. Houston, Jr. is a senior member of J.J. Houston & Co., LLP, an independent insurance
agency. He has served on the Blue Hills Bancorp board of directors since 1977 and currently serves as
Chairman of the board of directors and a member of the Company’s Risk Management and Compensation
Committees. Mr. Houston is a graduate of Boston College and a member of the Society of Certified
Insurance Counselors, the National Association of Corporate Directors, and the Massachusetts and South
Shore Associations of Independent Insurance Agents. Mr. Houston’s long affiliation with Blue Hills Bank
and his experience operating a local business provide a valuable connection between the Bank and the
local community. In addition, his knowledge of risk and the insurance market brings the Board insight
into the Bank’s business and strategies.
Anthony (Bud) LaCava is the former Managing Partner in KPMG’s Boston office. Mr. LaCava
was elected to the Blue Hills Bancorp board of directors in 2015 and is a member of the Audit
Committee. Bud has 35 years of public accounting experience serving a wide range of clients in the
financial services, consumer product, manufacturing, retail and distribution industries. He participated in
numerous merger and acquisition engagements for both publicly traded and privately held companies.
Bud was elected to KPMG’s Board of Directors for three year terms in 2005 and 2008 and served as the
East Region Managing Partner from 2009 through 2012. Prior to that, he served as partner-in-charge of
KPMG’s New England and Upstate New York audit practice. Mr. LaCava is a member of the AICPA and
a Director of the Massachusetts Society of CPA’s. Bud is also actively involved with numerous
organizations including serving as Chairman, Business School Advisory Council, Bentley University;
Business Roundtable; Director, Jobs For Massachusetts; Board Member, Greater Boston Chamber of
Commerce; Member, Corporate Directors Group and Member, Board Leaders. Mr. LaCava’s ample
experience in accounting, financial institutions and business management would provide a valuable
insight for the Company.
Brian G. Leary, Esquire is a partner at the law firm of Holland & Knight and is a member of the
firm’s Business Section. He acts as outside general counsel to several New England companies. He also
has an extensive business litigation practice and has defended clients in several jurisdictions across the
country on claims involving intellectual property, false advertising, unfair competition and consumer
rights. Prior to joining Holland & Knight in 2013, Mr. Leary was a partner at McCarter & English, LLP
where he oversaw the firm’s strategic planning and was the founder and chief executive officer of Mogall,
Inc., an early pioneer of social networking. He also was a nationally recognized reporter and anchor for
WCVB-TV, and received the George Foster Peabody Award for investigative reporting in 1997. Mr.
Leary has been a member of the Blue Hills Bancorp board of directors since 2012 and is a member of the
Audit and Nominating and Corporate Governance Committees. Mr. Leary is an active volunteer and
serves on the board of directors of the New England Legal Foundation and Catholic Memorial School. He
is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross and received his J.D. from Harvard Law School. Mr. Leary
provides the Board with valuable perspective on general business oversight, as well as potential strategic
Peter J. Manning is the former Vice Chairman of FleetBoston Financial Corporation, and has
been a member of the Blue Hills Bancorp board of directors since 2010. Mr. Manning serves as Chairman
of the Audit Committee and also serves on the Company’s Risk Management Committee. Mr. Manning
began his career at the accounting firm Coopers & Lybrand and later joined BankBoston where he held a
number of executive management responsibilities which included Executive Vice President and Chief
Financial Officer. In October 1999, Mr. Manning was named to the Vice Chairman post at FleetBoston
Financial. Mr. Manning is a graduate of Boston College and earned his MBA from Babson College. He is
currently a board member of Safety Insurance Group, Inc. and Campaign for Catholic Schools. Mr.
Manning was previously a board member of Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., and serviced 13 years on the
Bedford school committee. Mr. Manning’s extensive experience with financial institutions and
accounting brings the Board valuable insight into the business of the Bank, its strategies and accounting matters.
Ronald K. Perry is principal at Avison Young, a commercial real estate services firm. He is the former president and head of brokerage at Colliers International. Mr. Perry began his career at Meredith & Grew, which became part of Colliers in 2008. He was president of the firm from 2010 to 2016. Mr. Perry is a licensed real estate broker and a member of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board and Commercial Brokers Association. Mr. Perry has been a member of the Blue Hills Bank board of directors since 2012 and is Chairman of the Bank’s Risk Management Committee and serves on the Compensation Committee. A graduate of the College of Holy Cross, he previously served on the board of directors at Catholic Memorial School for 12 years and was a Big East Color Analyst for over 30 years. Mr. Perry’s extensive real estate experience and knowledge of the local real estate market as well as his valuable insight into managing and overseeing a business brings valuable expertise to the Board.
David A. Powers is a partner at Charles A. Powers & Sons, LLP of Boston, Massachusetts, an
insurance agency, a position he has held for more than two decades. A graduate of the University of New
Hampshire, Mr. Powers is affiliated with the Massachusetts Association of Independent Insurance Agents
and the Rotary Club of Hingham and Hull. He has been a member of the Blue Hills Bancorp board of
directors since 1998 and currently serves on the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee. Mr.
Powers’ management experience and business knowledge provides a valuable resource and perspective to
Pamela C. Scott. Ms. Scott is the founder, president and Chief Executive Officer of LVCC, Inc.,
a business consulting firm. She has more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry
including multiple roles in institutional asset and investment management at State Street Corporation,
U.S. Trust Company of New York and Citibank. Since retiring from the banking industry, Ms. Scott was
appointed trustee of Salem State University by Governor Deval Patrick, where she later became chair.
She currently serves on their Board of Trustees and is also a member of the Trustee Advisory Board at
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She was a director of Beverly National Bank and became a
director of Danvers Bancorp, Inc., after its acquisition of Beverly National Bank. Ms. Scott received her
BA from Rice University and her MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, as the
business program’s first African American female graduate and where she now serves as a mentor to
young professionals and MBA students. An active alumnus of The Partnership, Ms. Scott works to promote
career development for minority executives in Boston. Ms. Scott brings the Board extensive experience in
financial services and business.
Janice L. Shields is co-founder and president of Shields & Company, Inc. located in Waltham,
Massachusetts. For over 35 years, Ms. Shields has provided a wide range of corporate advisory services
to clients, including capital raising, mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructurings, and valuations.
Ms. Shields has been a member of the Blue Hills Bank's board of directors since 2010 and is a member of
the Compensation Committee and the Company’s Risk Management Committee. She serves as a director
on a number of other local boards and over the years has been active in fundraising activities for nonprofit
organizations. Ms. Shields is a graduate of Albertus Magnus College, and holds an MLA from Harvard
University and an MBA from the Stern School at New York University. With her extensive business and
entrepreneurial experience, Ms. Shields brings to the Board a valuable insight on financial analysis and
evaluating potential strategic transactions.
Scott Smith is President/ CEO of The SC Group serving philanthropic organizations throughout
New England. He has over 25 years of experience in the philanthropic sector range broadly from
Executive Director to Vice President of Operations to Chief Executive Officer. He is past Board Chair of
the Thomas M. Menino YMCA in Boston and serves on the Lt. Governor’s Interagency Council and the
Mayor’s Commission on Homelessness. He has served on the Blue Hills Bancorp Board of Directors
since 1998 and currently serves as Chairman of the Compensation Committee and as a member of the
Audit Committee. Mr. Smith is a graduate of Salisbury University. Mr. Smith provides the Board with a
unique insight into the philanthropic sector and has substantial ties to the communities served by Blue