National Braille Press Announces Two New Trustees: Jeremy Kream and Cindy Doe
(Boston, MA) – Jan. 26, 2022 – National Braille Press (NBP) announces the appointment of two new Trustees: Jeremy Kream, EVP and head of Legal, Corporate and Global Delivery at State Street Corporation and Cindy Doe, an EY Americas Consulting Risk Leader. Both new trustees are committed to the mission of NBP of supporting braille literacy and producing quality braille products for blind and low vision people across the globe.
“We are honored that Jeremy Kream and Cindy Doe wanted to serve as trustees for National Braille Press,” said Brian Mac Donald, NBP President. “They are both previous supporters of NBP and understand our mission to support braille literacy, and the advancement of affordable, accessible products that help blind and visually impaired people worldwide.”
Jeremy Kream is EVP and head of Legal, Corporate and Global Delivery at State Street. He manages legal oversight of corporate and infrastructure matters, including securities and governance, mergers and acquisitions, strategic transactions, technology, IP and operations, HR, compensation and benefits, procurement, and RE. He also serves on the board of directors of subsidiaries and internal committees of these functions and is the assistant secretary of the parent holding company, State Street Corporation. He resides in Milton, MA.
Cindy Doe is an EY Americas Consulting Risk Leader who has more than 25 years of experience in the financial services industry, specifically in banking and capital markets, investment management and insurance. She has worked with global financial services clients on technology and cyber risk management, fraud risk management, vendor risk management, resiliency, internal and external audits as well as service organization control reporting exams. She resides in Hingham, MA.
About National Braille Press
A non-profit braille publisher and producer of braille products, National Braille Press promotes literacy for blind children through outreach programs and provides access to information by producing information in braille for blind children and adults. For more information visit www.nbp.org