Staff

James Roosevelt Jr.
CEO – Tufts Health Plan
President – Tufts Health Plan Foundation

Jim Roosevelt joined Tufts Health Plan in 1999 as senior vice president and general counsel and held that position until June 2005, when he became president and chief executive officer. In addition to serving as president, Mr. Roosevelt is also a member of the Foundation’s board of directors.

Before joining Tufts Health Plan, Mr. Roosevelt was the associate commissioner for Retirement Policy for the Social Security Administration in Washington, D.C. Mr. Roosevelt serves on several boards including chairman of the Massachusetts Association of Health Plans; co-chair of the policy committee at America's Health Insurance Plans; the Rhode Island Quality Institute and the Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare; and, co-chair for the Tufts Health Care Institute. Mr. Roosevelt received his J.D. from Harvard Law School and his A.B. with honors in government from Harvard College. He has also completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School.

Nora Moreno Cargie
Vice President, Corporate Citizenship – Tufts Health Plan
Executive Director – Tufts Health Plan Foundation

Nora Moreno Cargie is vice president, corporate citizenship for Tufts Health Plan and executive director of the Tufts Health Plan Foundation. Ms. Moreno Cargie is responsible for leading the strategy and implementation of Tufts Health Plan’s corporate citizenship efforts, which include coordinating the Foundation’s grantmaking with the health plan’s business practices, products and services, and community engagement strategies. In her role at the Foundation, Ms. Cargie leads activities to advance healthy living with an emphasis on healthy aging in those places where Tufts Health Plan has a presence, including Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Most recently, Ms. Moreno Cargie served as the director of global corporate citizenship for The Boeing Company, where she led corporate citizenship efforts at Boeing’s Chicago office using philanthropy, volunteerism and other strategies to address community issues and concerns. When at Boeing, she served as the first loaned executive in the city where she served as chief of staff at the Chicago Public Schools. Previously, Ms. Moreno Cargie was vice president of communications and development for the Illinois Action for Children. During her six-year tenure in this role, Ms. Moreno Cargie took time off to serve as the deputy communications director for Barack Obama’s U.S. senatorial campaign in 2004. Ms. Moreno Cargie’s other government experience includes positions as deputy commissioner for the Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development in Chicago, communications director for the Chicago Park District, assistant commissioner of the Chicago Department of Human Services and acting press secretary/public relations manager for the Chicago Public Schools. Ms. Moreno Cargie earned a bachelor’s degree from Columbia College Chicago and a master’s degree from North Park University.

Anne Marie Boursiquot King
Managing Director

Anne Marie Boursiquot King is responsible for day-to-day management of the Foundation. Ms. Boursiquot King was previously manager of Community Partnerships and Volunteerism at Tufts Health Plan, managing the company's community giving, corporate sponsorships and volunteer programs. Ms. Boursiquot King received her bachelor of science in business administration from Suffolk University. She also received her master’s in business administration, international business concentration from the McCallum Graduate School of Business at Bentley College. She graduated from the Emerging Leaders Program of the Center for Collaborative Leadership, College of Management at the University of Massachusetts Boston, and participated in Babson College's Executive Education Program. Ms. Boursiquot King is a member of the board of trustees for the MetroWest Health Foundation and chairs its communications/marketing committee.

Stacey Mann
Enterprise Manager, Corporate Citizenship

Stacey Mann leads all facets of the company’s corporate citizenship strategies to include employee giving, volunteering and board engagement. A communications strategist for more than 20 years, Ms. Mann joined the Tufts Health Plan Foundation in 2012 to spearhead all of the Foundation’s communications efforts. In her role as executive vice president for Greenough Communications, Ms. Mann managed account services, media relations, social marketing and content development programs for the Boston-based public relations firm. Ms. Mann graduated cum laude from Tufts University with a bachelor's degree in economics and earned her certificate in corporate citizenship management from the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship.

Caite O'Brien
Program and Operations Coordinator

Caite O’Brien supports Foundation administration and operations and is responsible for coordinating the Foundation’s grant application process. Ms. O’Brien previously worked as a care manager at a state home care agency and was a trained leader in the Stanford Chronic Disease Self-Management course. Ms. O’Brien graduated from the University of Southern California with a bachelor’s degree in human development and aging, and a master’s degree in gerontology.

Ruth Palombo
Senior Health Policy Officer

Ruth Palombo leads the Foundation's policy work. She joined the Tufts Health Plan Foundation from her post of assistant secretary at the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs. A 30-year health and human services industry veteran, Ms. Palombo also directed programs in nutrition, aging, health promotion and chronic disease prevention at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Additionally, she has served as an assistant professor at the Tufts University School of Medicine and the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy where she taught courses in gerontology, community nutrition and public health. Ms. Palombo earned her doctorate in social policy with concentrations in aging and substance abuse from the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University. She received a master’s in health policy and management from the Harvard School of Public Health. Ms. Palombo has additional degrees in human nutrition and public health from Cornell University and Teachers College, Columbia University. A respected leader in the field, Ms. Palombo is published and a frequent presenter at healthy aging related conferences.

Kayla Romanelli
Program Associate

Kayla Romanelli is focused on building and evaluating the Foundation's Systems & Best Practices grant portfolio, including day-to-day program coordination with grantees and other community partners. Ms. Romanelli also manages the Foundation's Healthy and Fit 60+ class, a fitness class offered at Tufts Health Plan for older adults living in Watertown, and the Foundation’s Future Philanthropists Initiative, a program designed to engage and empower high school students as grant makers serving older adults. Ms. Romanelli earned a bachelor of arts degree in government and a secondary concentration in sociology from Harvard University.