Girls Inc. of Greater Lowell (GIGL) has announced the addition of five new members to its Board of Directors: Charlene Jancsy, Arlene Rodriguez, Ph.D., Robert Scott, Prachi Shah, and Susu Wong.

“We’re thrilled to welcome an incredibly talented group of new members who are committed to our mission of ensuring that all girls have experiences and opportunities to thrive,” said Bopha Malone, GIGL’s interim executive director. “We welcome our new board members who bring diverse expertise in their respective fields, and we know their support will help us advance our work in the community.”

 Charlene Jancsy, of Wakefield, is the Talent Management Director, senior vice president at Enterprise Bank. Jancsy is a human resource professional with 20 years of progressive experience in the areas of talent management including, recruiting (staffing and selection), onboarding, performance management, employee relations, learning and development, organizational development, succession planning, inclusion, team member engagement and talent retention.

Arlene Rodriguez, Ph.D., of Lowell, is currently the Provost/Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs at Middlesex Community College. Rodriguez has devoted her 30-plus years in public higher education to creating successful equity-centered student initiatives designed to close opportunity gaps among all her students and provide them with the credentials and pathways to financial security.

Robert Scott, of Haverhill, is currently, the Senior Vice President, Digital Channels Director at Enterprise Bank. Scott has 30-plus years of experience in technology, operations, process improvement and digital cloud-based solutions to improve efficiency and customer experiences. Additionally, he believes in a people-first approach to designing solutions for business at the intersection of People, Technology and Process Improvement.

Prachi Shah, of Boston, is Managing Director and Industry Analyst & Portfolio Manager focused on the consumer sector at Wellington Management, where she has worked for the last 10 years in Boston and London offices. Shah is originally from Lowell, attended Lowell High School and received a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering at Boston University. Additionally, she also has a Master’s in Business Administration from University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Susu Wong, of Wilmington, is the founder and CEO of Tomo360, a Lowell-based marketing agency focusing on digital marketing. Wong’s clientele includes businesses, nonprofits, higher ed, and government agencies. Her unique combination of marketing, business, and technical experience provides a well-rounded advantage for her clients. She is also the co-founder of Women Accelerators, an organization that helps women with their career development and financial well-being.