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Nancy Muckle

Nancy Lyn Muckle, consummate “problem solver” is a senior executive with over forty years of assisting clients, family and friends both nationally and internationally get problems solved and millions of dollars returned to customers.

Nancy has dealt with elder care issues including, assisted living, healthcare issues, insurance claims, retail vendors and financial issues and the idea for Problems Solved was born when Nancy lost her Father to cancer and took care of her Mom until she passed away at the age of 98.

Automobile, Real Estate, Insurance, Healthcare claims, Hospitality(all travel related issues) and Eldercare are areas of problems that have been solved for individuals, families and companies.

Ms. Muckle has been a featured speaker at the MIT Enterprise Forum for CEO’s, mentor for MassBiotech, speaker on Digital Health issues, featured speaker at AIIM(Association for Imaging and Information Management) Imaging Expo, WPI Venture Forum, Business Technology Association, Western Business Systems Association, and the New England Financial Forum.

Nancy served on the Town of Plymouth Affordable Housing Committee. She headed the Financial Committee for Habitat of Humanity of Greater Plymouth, was actively involved in the fundraising committee/activities as Vice President and served on the Executive Board of Directors.

Nancy served as the Chairman of the Business and Technology Advisory Board for the last 20 years for the Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, the oldest school for the deaf in the United States and part of Boston Public Schools.

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Dorine Levasseur

Dorine Levasseur is a retired union field representative with extensive experience in organizing, negotiations, public education, leadership and labor skills training, leadership development, political organizing and activism, lobbying, organizational development, arbitration and labor law.

Ms. Levasseur holds certificates in Organizational Development from Antioch College and in Interest Based Bargaining Process from the Consortium for Educational Change. Currently, Ms. Levasseur is a principle in the consultancy Get It, Together, which works primarily with public education employees and school committees to train and facilitate in the use of the Interest Based Bargaining Process to assist the parties in negotiating their collective bargaining agreements.


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Donna Fernandes


Donna Fernandes has been in the real estate profession since 1985. She has a broker’s license, bought her own real estate company, and now works for Kinlin Grover where she sells and recruits new realtors.

Donna has served as Executive Director and worked for over 20 years as a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity. “I believe everyone deserves a decent home to live in,” says Donna. She has participated in the town government serving on several boards and was the Director of Carver Housing Authority, managing 20 units of family and elderly housing. Donna is a member of the Chamber of Commerce, National Association of Realtors, and was past president of the Business Networking International (BNI) group.
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Justin Nesbit


Justin is a partner in Gesmer UpdeGrove, graduated from Boston College Law School, J.D., 1998 Law Review and Williams College magna cum laude. Justin is a member of WPI Venture Forum and the Massachusetts Bar Association.

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Allan Goldstein


A leader in the luxury automotive industry, Allan Goldstein has consistently proven himself as the top-performer for ten years within the Bernie Moreno Companies in Cleveland, Ohio.

Allan has 35 years of customer service, sales, and business expertise. Allan specializes in curating memorable experiences for each and every client by proving his value as a knowledgeable automobile expert.
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Anastasiya Kelly


ANASTASIYA IS A CONTRACT SPECIALIST in the legal department for Solid Biosciences, a life science company in Cambridge, MA.

Anastasiya has worked with a wide range of entrepreneurs in small- to medium size international businesses, where she assisted with flexible office space solutions through a global office provider. She held various positions with increasing responsibilities, including sales, marketing, and consulting that maximized value to customers and organizations. Anastasiya takes pride in providing the best quality of customer service with a personal touch that is endearing and engaging. She graduated from Bridgewater State University in 2007 with a degree in communication studies and has won numerous public speaking awards. Originally from Belarus, Anastasiya speaks fluent Russian and English and is working on perfecting her spoken Spanish. She is also a Anastasiya Kelly passionate homeless animal advocate and an avid gardener.

Doreen Lang


Doreen Lang’s dual career path as an executive director for senior living communities and business consultant/author has allowed her to personally experience the daily challenges businesses face while implementing strategies and solutions for improvement.

In her role an executive director she led communities consisting of independent living, assisted living and memory care residents and worked closely with them and their families, care providers, service vendors and staff to navigate through the many challenges facing this population. She also created critical programs advocating on behalf of seniors to provide them with the highest quality of life.
In her role as business consultant/author she wrote three highly acclaimed books on employee retention, “Hang on to Your Stars,” “How to Drive Employee Retention in the First 90 Days,” and “Putting Differences to Work: Secrets from a Multi-Generational Workforce.” Doreen currently speaks and trains on employee retention, saving organizations a fortune in turnover. Her passion in this subject is so contagious that she is a sought-after speaker and works one-on-one with managers to become engaging dynamic leaders. Doreen has enjoyed guest appearances on TV and radio and also hosts 95.9FM WATD’s My Generation radio show. She has her master’s in business with a concentration in organizational development and a bachelor’s in education at UMASS where she received the sole award given for “Excellence in Teaching.” Meeting business challenges and personal challenges are her passion and are at the core of her expertise.