Meet the Board
Laura Delaflor grew up in Mexico before moving to the United States in 1999. She moved originally to Riverside, and has lived for the past 8 years in Cos Cob. She is a mother of two, her son is 24 and her daughter is 20. Laura has a degree in Public Relations which she has used to good effect as a volunteer. She volunteered for many years in the Greenwich Public Schools until her children graduated from Greenwich High School. She was also a Girl Scout troop leader in Cos Cob School for 5 years and Co-Chair of the YMCA Marlins Swim Team Parent Association for two years. She currently volunteers at Greenwich Hospital where she is a member of the auxiliary board.
Lucy Langley grew up in the UK and left in 1997, moving all over the world with her husband and children before eventually settling in the United States in 2002. She is a Cos Cob resident, and a mother of two. Her daughter is 21 and her son is 19. She graduated from Durham University, England with a Geology degree, and went on to pursue a career in advertising and promotions, and later was an Office Administrator. In addition to volunteering in the Greenwich Public Schools and being a PTA board member, she also volunteered for the Greenwich Red Cross and helped to start the Greenwich Kids Track Club, administering it for 6 years. She has been volunteering at Neighbor to Neighbor since 2014 on the clothing distribution side, which is where she came up with the idea of The Undies Project.
John Langley has a degree in Natural Sciences from Durham University, England; is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales; holds FINRA Series 7 and 24 licenses; and holds a level-1 USA Track & Field coaching certificate. He served as a volunteer coach for the Greenwich Kids Track Club and volunteered for the Boy Scouts of America, including being Scoutmaster for Troop 9, Greenwich. He has worked for the Credit Agricole group for 27 years and is currently regional head of corporate banking operations for Credit Agricole CIB in the Americas.
Joe Hadley is a partner in the law firm Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP. He is a graduate of Cornell University (BS Civil and Environmental Engineering) and Columbia Law School. He and his wife, Anne Marie Reilly, live in Greenwich.
Mamie Lee has lived in Greenwich over the past 33 years, with a 5-year hiatus in Hingham, MA. She has two daughters, Melanie and Caroline. She holds a Bachelor's degree from CUNY in Asian Studies. Mamie had a 15-year career as a Sales U.S. Equity Trader/Japanese Specialist before retiring from CS First Boston. She has served on the YWCA Board of Directors and has held positions on the NSS, CMS and GHS Executive PTA Boards. She is very active with the Second Congregational Church (Women’s fellowship Board and ACT II). Mamie chairs the Diversity Book Group at the YWCA and is always lending a hand organizing the annual events for At Home in Greenwich, Greenwich Alliance on Education, and others. Looking forward to helping with The Undies Project.
Virginia (Ginnie) Cheney
Virginia Cheney. Ginnie currently lives in Cos Cob, CT and has been there for the past 22 years. Prior to that she lived in the center of Greenwich, CT. She is a graduate of Wheaton College with a degree in Psychology. Her professional career was predominately in the oil industry in various positions ranging from Back Office Manager of an oil trading company to Vice President of Operations for another oil trading company. The last 10 years of her career was in the agricultural industry where she negotiated master contracts for over-the-counter derivative transactions. Ginnie retired in 2016 and currently volunteers for Kids in Crisis in Cos Cob, Neighbor to Neighbor in Greenwich and The Rummage Room in Old Greenwich.
Kristine Faillace resides in Cos Cob with her husband and daughter. She has worked locally as a licensed Insurance Professional for over 20 years. She is also a licensed Real Estate Salesperson. Kristine attended Sacred Heart University for business administration and holds a degree in Social Science. Other organizations in Greenwich and Stamford that Kristine has volunteered for include The Bruce Museum, The Red Cross as an first aid instructor, and The Greenwich Public School System. Currently Kristine is a Committee Member of the Flinn Gallery in Greenwich and is longtime supporter of ASPCA and The Smile Train.
Edgar Delaflor is a senior sales executive leader that spent the majority of his career with IBM holding various leadership positions around the world, including The United States, Mexico and in Europe. Edgar has years of experience in IT Leasing and Asset Disposition services and has been a volunteer in multiple organizations including the YMCA Marlins Swim Team, Greenwich High School Swim Team, The Fall Soccer League in Greenwich and the Kiwanis Club of Mamaroneck-Harrison-Rye. Edgar has an MBA from the Universidad del Valle de Mexico and a BBA from the same university. He grew up in the suburbs of Mexico City until he moved with his wife and two children to the United States in 1999. Edgar currently resides in Cos Cob, Connecticut with his family.