Allyce Najimy ’86 is executive director of the Foundation To Be Named Later (FTBNL), a branch of the Boston Red Sox Foundation. The FTBNL’s mission is to raise funds and awareness for non-profit agencies that serve disadvantaged youth in the
area. The FTBNL foundation was founded in 2005 by Red Sox GM Theo Epstein and his twin brother, Paul. The FTBNL partners with non-profits in
that share its commitment to expand opportunities for
’s youth. Those organizations are:
, City Year, Home for Little Wanderers, Horizons for Homeless Children, Molo Care, Roxbury Youth Works, Steps to Success, West End Boys and Girls Club; Room to Grow and Citizen Schools. The signature event for FTBNL is the Hot Stove Cool Music concert series founded by MLB analyst Peter Gammons.
Allyce was previously the COO and senior associate director of
’s Center for the Study of Sport in Society which increases awareness of sport and its relation to society, and to develop programs that identify problems, offer solutions and promote the benefits of sport. Through programs geared primarily toward urban youth, the Center promotes the values of diversity, violence prevention, teamwork, physical activity and community service.
Last updated 7/7/11