Board of Directors

Board of Directors

The YCC Board of Directors are elected by the membership and oversee the management of the organization.
Christina Dunham
President
Senior Customer Value Manager
Christina Dunham is a Senior Customer Value Manager at Billtrust.  Billtrust is a leading provider of cloud-based software and integrated payment processing solutions that simplify and automate B2B commerce.  Billtrust is at the forefront of the digital transformation of AR, providing mission-critical solutions that span credit decisioning and monitoring, online ordering, invoice delivery, payments and remittance capture, invoicing, cash application and collections. Christina’s role is working with customers on a regular cadence to align the customers strategic plan and grow the relationship.
Tom Nickinello
Past President
TNT Contractors
Hollie Handrahan
Vice President
Red Jacket Beach Resort
General Manager
Hollie Handrahan is the General Manager of Red Jacket Beach Resort, an oceanfront resort in South Yarmouth with 164 guest rooms and vacation homes, dining, resort activities and guest services. Open seasonally from April to October, Red Jacket Beach Resort is located on a private beach on Nantucket Sound and welcomes vacationing families and couples, groups, corporate meetings, weddings and special events. 
Brett Husak
Vice President
Eastham Holdings
Owner
Shane Skinner
Vice President
Devadigm
Chief Problem Solver

Shane Skinner is an entrepreneur and the Founder and Chief Problem Solver at Devadigm. He utilizes his project management background and experiences with process improvement implementation to help small businesses and non-profits improve their web presence.

Robert Ciavarra
Treasurer
Cape Cod Commercial Real Estate
Principal Broker
I have over 20 years of experience in all areas of commercial real estate.  I am Babson College educated, IBM trained, and a field tested real estate professional.  During my years in this field I managed, leased, and sole millions of square feet including a very wide range of properties.

I have worked for Fortune 500 companies, the FDIC, and massive loan servicing investment firms.  I have continued my education beyond my Bachelor’s degree with real estate law and accounting coursework as well as trade source classes.  

 
Aimee Howell
Secretary
Town of Yarmouth
Director of Recreation
Aimee Howell is the Recreation Director for the Town of Yarmouth. She was raised in Yarmouth, graduated from DY and then graduated from Frostburg State University. She started her career at the YMCA Cape Cod and moved on to work for the Town of Plymouth in their recreation department for over 12 years.  She has a combined 14+ years in Municipal Recreation.
David Botting
Director
Community Connections, Inc.
David is a Senior Financial Executive with international experience and an extensive background in strategic and operational financial management. Strong track record of identifying and implementing process improvement initiatives, including the development and enhancement of financial analysis, reporting and planning systems.
Andrea Breen
Director
Rockland Trust
I have worked in banking since 1994, I have been with Rockland Trust (merged with Bank of Cape Cod 2016) since 2009.  My current position is V.P and Branch Manager of the South Yarmouth location.  I grew up in Ireland and immigrated to USA in 1989, I have always lived in the mid-cape area since then.  I reside in Harwich with my husband Brian and I have 2 sons, one living in California and my other son lives in South Yarmouth.
Erica Cimeno
Director
Thirwood Place
Food & Beverage Director
Erica Cimeno is the Food & Beverage Director at Thirwood Place. With over 26 years of restaurant experience, she is a lifelong Cape resident with strong ties to the community. Her industry journey began at the age of 14 and, over the years she has been employed at many cape restaurants. Most notably, Erica spent over a decade at the Roadhouse Café and worked her way up from server to general manager. Her love for service and making people smile has solidified her reputation in the Cape Cod restaurant community.
Molly Demeulenaere
Director
Cultural Center of Cape Cod
Managing Director
With over 20 years of arts and museum leadership, Molly Demeulenaere (pronounced "De-mew-len-air") currently serves the social sector and museum community as the Executive Director of the Cultural Center of Cape Cod.
Nicknamed the "Velvet Bulldozer," Molly is a pacesetting, visionary leader driving organizations to a set of unified strategic goals. With eyes looking for the challenges of tomorrow, and hands ever engaged with tasks of today, She works with teams to accomplish what they thought was impossible.
Catherine Kasser
Director
Captain Parker's Pub
Catherine Kasser currently oversees operations at Captain Parker’s Pub, a family-owned restaurant in West Yarmouth. Prior to returning to the family business Catherine worked in the Boston-area hospitality industry for more than ten years specializing in high-end meetings and events.  She earned her BS in Hospitality Management from Boston University and maintains a CMP designation from the Events Industry Council.  In her free time, she enjoys the many beautiful outdoor activities that Cape Cod has to offer, especially biking on the Rail Trail and boating on Lewis Bay.
Steve O'Neil
Director
Steve O'Neil
Stephen is an energetic and big supporter of Yarmouth. He is active in the community evidenced by his volunteer work with the town serving on its Community Economic and Development Committee (chairman), Design Review Committee and the Drive-In Site Utilization Committee. “The town of Yarmouth is a beautiful place to live or visit offering an array of activities for young and old. Going forward, the town will be an even better place for businesses and residents alike as it embarks on a massive upgrade to its wastewater system. I look forward to assisting the Chamber and the town move this most important project forward.”
Prior to retirement, Stephen worked for the city of Worcester in its Planning and Economic Development Department for thirty (30) years, the Worcester Regional Transit Authority for eight (8) years and lastly for a transportation start-up, Proterra, for four (4) years.