Board of Directors

  • Dan Lampl


    Daniel (Dan) Lampl is a financial and business leader with more than thirty-years experience in the corporate and entrepreneurial spaces. He earned a masters degree in finance from Bentley University and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Boston University.   Lampl has worked in various financial leadership roles for most of his professional life. Dan was Chair of the Finance Committee for the Town of Framingham. He also started several businesses ranging from a haircutting franchise to life insurance. Dan has resided in Framingham with his wife, Tracy, and his two children since 2001.

  • Kathleen Sullivan


    Kathleen (Kathy) Sullivan is a communications professional with more than 25 years of experience in the non-profit and higher education sectors. She earned a bachelor of science degree in marketing from Boston College. She works for her alma mater in the strategic communications division where she has been involved in writing, editing, web content creation, social media, media relations, and budget management. Kathy has lived in Framingham since 1991. 

  • Dr. Ambar Sarkar


    Ambar Sarkar moved to Framingham in 1995, after receiving his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville. He has almost three decades of Semiconductor industry experience and is actively involved in multiple international standards and conferences. He has served as the chair for the Finance committee, Town of Framingham. He has been a radio DJ in his college years, and is thrilled to relive some of the magic by participating in FPAC.

  • Michael Cunningham


    Michael has lived in Framingham since 2003 and been involved with public access since 1999.  He previously served on the board of directors at PACTV in Plymouth, MA and also served on the board at Access Framingham from 2008 to 2014.  Michael has produced or directed over 1000 hours of public access television including many live shows, including Jim Pillsbury LIVE, The Wrestling Scene, Toukon Retsuden, Mass After Dark, and The Video SportsPage. In his spare time he likes to do video editing and work on various electronics projects.  He has helped out at AFTV with technical solutions and helped with the networking, wifi and monitoring systems for the station.

  • Teri Banerjee


    Currently on the board of Sudbury River Tennis Club and Personal Rep/Trustee for a client. Rotary Club: Current Secretary of the club and President of the Framingham Rotary Ed Fund Committee. Government of Framingham: I served as a Town Meeting Member for 33 years and was on several committees, including Education, Rules, Ways and Means. I served as Town Moderator for 5 years and as Charter Commissioner for 1 year. I am a graduate of the Leadership Academy Program (1994), was a member of the Computer Science Advisory Board - Framingham State College where I taught for about 15 years. I have had a successful business providing training, consulting and troubleshooting for residents and small businesses.

  • Jessalyn Dutra


    Jessalyn Dutra, Framingham native, fluent in Spanish. Having graduated from FSU, she's an ongoing Social Worker at DCF, Framingham. Jesse always worked with youth and adults in various work settings, continues to mentor teens. She's a hairdresser on her free time, specializing in color, kids cuts and braiding. Military wife and mom of three athletic boys. 


  • Cynthia Villanueva


    Cynthia Villanueva is a Court-approved Spanish interpreter working in the legal and science field, since 1991.  In 2000 she started teaching and after 22 years of service retired from Framingham High School. She has an M.Ed in Curriculum Design using Instructional Technology. She taught science in English and Spanish for the Science and ESL departments. She later became the Bilingual/ESL Department Head. She used her platform as an educator of Immigrant children and her fluency in Spanish to advocate and strengthen diversity, equity, and inclusion and to ensure academic success for her students.  

         She also enjoyed being the faculty advisor for the Framingham High School Gender & Sexuality Alliance.  During her leadership of the GSA, she advocated against bullying and identity-based discrimination. She worked with her students, the School Committee, and Central Administration to have LGBTQ History Month officially recognized in the Framingham School district, to create two non-binary bathrooms at the high school, have the LGBTQ flag flown at the high school year-round, and be flown at all the schools in the district during Pride Month.  

        In 2022, she was presented the Advancing Equity & Justice Award by the Massachusetts Commission on LGBTQ Youth.  In 2023 she was named a Massachusetts Heroine, nominated by her state representative, and celebrated by The Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women.

  • Kim Comatas


    Kim moved to Framingham in 1999 and has been volunteering in various roles in the city ever since.  A retired educator and current consultant, who loves to roll up sleeves to get to work - typically with a laugh and smile.  Kim and her partner have 3 adult children that all went through Framingham Public Schools. 

  • Gregory D. Hayes


    Greg has been a resident of Framingham since 1990 and has been active with various youth sports programs over the years.  In 2001 he created a program for Framingham Cable TV called “Around Your Town” and more recently, with Access Framingham, a show called “Nceptive Entertainment – Studio Sessions”.  He is the current Chair of The English High Alumni Association (America’s Oldest “Public” High School), a member of the Framingham Human Relations Commission and currently is a National Consultant with National Media Spots.  While in college in Nebraska in 1970, he ran the Video lab at Dana College, using the earliest versions of AMPEX and SONY video tape equipment.  

    Greg has held various positions with companies in a Human Resources capacity and as a founder of several small businesses.  Projects included contracts with: The Department of Defense (Defense Finance & Accounting Services), Mass DOT (Snow & Ice Removal Systems utilizing early GPS/AVL/GIS technologies), MBTA (LED Display Technologies and Operations Command & Control Center Design) , and the Department of Homeland Security (Mass. Interoperability Communications for First Responders and First Receivers). 

    These business and community experiences, combined with his earlier counseling positions in Human Relations, has molded him into a detailed yet compassion individual.  He has excellent interpersonal communication skills and has a reputation of always coming through on both business and personal commitments.