FPNA Welcomes Neighborhood Advocates
FPNA is delighted to announce three recent appointments to its Board of Directors. Lily Bogosian, a 12-year resident of Fox Point, has led neighbors in a years-long, grassroots effort to protect green space and reduce urban sprawl on the East Side. Bogosian comes to the board with background in finance; she is also an active beekeeper and teacher with the Rhode Island Beekeeping Association. “I look forward to making a difference in our wonderful neighborhood,” she commented.
Alex Iannetta is the founder of a boutique consulting firm in Fox Point, where he assists clients with business, technology, and cybersecurity. He has served at various levels of board membership for local non-profits in RI and holds a Bachelor’s degree in business administration from Northeastern University.
Scott Moran is a visual artist, fine gardener, parent, and board member at the Fox Point Community Garden. Moran hopes to use his expertise “to advance public art and green spaces,” he says, “for long-term neighborhood vitality.”
FPNA has been serving the neighborhood for over 30 years. Its members and all-volunteer board are dedicated to protecting and enhancing the quality of life in the neighborhood and its historic integrity and resources.
Pictured (L-R): Lily Bogosian, Alex Iannetta, Scott Moran