Alexander Bok - Founder, President, Chairman and CEO

Alex is an experienced Boston-based entrepreneur, leader and adviser, having served as general counsel for a wide-range of venture-backed technology start-ups, as a law firm partner, and as the founder or co-founder of several companies. Alex also has extensive experience in public affairs, business development and litigation.

Alex is Corporate Counsel for Cadenza Innovation, a battery-technology start-up. Previously, Alex was the general counsel for Boston-Power, a leading lithium-ion battery manufacturer. Alex is also the founder and CEO of Boston Baseball Field of Dreams, an effort to bring minor league baseball to Malden, Mass. Previously, Alex served as general counsel and/or a board member for many businesses, including two national public affairs firms, Rasky Baerlein Strategic Communications and Dewey Square Group, along with several venture-backed technology start-ups, including Goji (online insurance), Zephyr Technology (wearable patient monitoring) and (largest political website in 2000 election). Before that, Alex was a partner at Dangel & Fine, a Boston law firm. Alex is a graduate of Harvard College, Boston College Law School and Harvard Business School.

Alex currently serves on the board of Sherrill House, a Boston skilled-nursing facility, the Environmental League of Massachusetts and Rasky Baerlein Strategic Communications, a Boston-Washington public relations/public affairs firm. Previously, Alex was a member of the Boston Board of Health & Hospitals and the Massachusetts Solid Waste Commission and also served as Corporate Counsel to Zephyr Technology, a health technology firm acquired by Covidien and as a board member at Goji, a venture-backed online insurance agent.

Alex is a life-long resident of Boston, living in the Bay Village neighborhood with his wife Gaye Bok and their three children, Kenzie, Abby and Oliver.

Pete Guiney – Senior Vice President

  1. William Raveis

Terry Guiney – Senior Vice President

  1. Great Bays Hospitality Consulting

Jill McGaffigan – CFO

  1. Lifting Mind, Inc.


  1. John Gillespie (Lead investment banker for Camden Yards baseball ball park)

  2. Carl Novotny (Managing Director, Venture Capital Fund of New England)

  3. Geoffrey Bok, Esq.  - Secretary to the Board of Advisors (partner in the law firm of Stoneman, Chandler & Miller LLP)


  1. Turner Construction - Thomas J. Paci, Vice President, Director of Preconstruction services

  2. Sopko, Nussbaum, Inabnit & Kaczmarek (architects headquartered in Chelsea, MA) - Richard Nussbaum II, (counsel for Minor League Baseball issues)

  3. Pelham Phillips (now a part of Buxton Kubik Dodd Creative) architect, designer of Hammons Field in Springfield, Missouri

  4. The Architectural Team (architects headquartered in Chelsea, MA) - Michael E. Liu

  5. Matt Perry, President National Sports Services (Baseball and ballpark consultants)

  6. Patrick Maguire, LEED AP, President (sports fields planning consultant)

  7. Dewey Square Group (governmental relations, environmental permitting - Charles Baker III, Thomas McShane)

  8. Northwind Strategies - Larry Carpman (public relations)

  9. Bill Chuck - (communications, baseball consultant)

  10. Hawk Partners (market research)

  11. Mintz Levin (transaction and bond counsel, Rebecca Lee)

  12. Feinberg Hanson LLP, (outside corporate counsel) David Feinberg

  13. Noble & Wickersham & Heart LLP (permitting counsel, Jay Wickersham, former head of Commonwealth of Massachusetts MEPA office and Bennet Heart, former general counsel, Mass Executive Office of Environmental Affairs)