The Preachers' Aid Society of New England, Inc. is a Massachusetts (501)(c)(3) non-profit religious corporation. It is governed by a self-perpetuating Board of Directors who give freely of their time, talent and energy because of their deep personal commitment to the work of our pastors and their ministries. Each is chosen because he or she brings gifts to the work of the Board that contributes to the overall success of our mission. Those serving on the Board of Directors are:

Stephen Vincent, Ph.D. President of the Board of Directors
Worcester, Massachusetts—Research Scientist

Paul Parks, Jr. - First Vice President of the Board of Directors
Providence, Rhode Island— Retired Executive Director

Oscar Harrell, Ph.D.  – Second Vice President of the Board of Directors
Sudbury, Massachusetts—Retired Educator and Conference Lay Leader

Nancy Vaccaro, - Secretary of the Board of Directors
Acton, Massachusetts—Certified Public Accountant

Charles Stewart, III, Ph.D.  – Treasurer of the Board of Directors
Cambridge, Massachusetts—Professor of Political Science, MIT

Cathryn Fogel, M.D.
Manchester, Connecticut—Hospice and Palliative Medicine

Graeme Greenhill
Londonderry, New Hampshire—Business Owner

Oscar Harrell, Ph.D.
Sudbury, MA—Retired Educator and Conference Lay Leader

Dorothy Hollenbeck                                                                                                               Andover, Massachusetts—Retired Executive Assistant  

Alan Kuzirian, Ph.D.
Woods Hole, Massachusetts—Research Scientist

Monica McFarland
South Burlington, VT—Human Resources Executive

Evelyn Johnson-Moore, M.A.
Wells, Maine—Parish Consultant

Joseph Moser, Esq.
Belfast, Maine—Attorney

Wesley E. Palmer, D. Rel. (Ex-officio)
Wells, Maine—Executive Director PAS

Jeff Savage
Concord, New Hampshire
CEO, CFO Retired Banker

Jinsook Song
Dublin, New Hampshire
 Ph.D. candidate

 Raymond H. Weaving, M.B.A.
 Hampton, New Hampshire—Retired Banker

 R. Paul Weston
 Gilford, New Hampshire— Retired Public Administrator


The Preachers’ Aid Society of New England holds fiduciary relationships with or memberships in the following organizations:

  • American Council on Gift Annuities
  • Atlantic Trust (Investment Management)
  • National Association of United Methodist Foundations
  • United Methodist Federal Credit Union
  • United Methodist Foundation of New England (Annuity & Loan Administration)