Robert S. Repucci, Executive Director Graduated Revere High School in 1968 and St. Francis College (University of New England), Biddeford, Maine in 1972.
Employed by Community Action Program Inter-City, Inc. (CAPIC) in 1972 as a Health Organizer, he was responsible to organize low income residents to identify health access issues within the City of Chelsea. This effort led to the creation of the MGH Chelsea Health Center in 1973. In 1975, the same determination was made within the City of Revere, which led to the creation of the MGH Revere Health Center. Mr. Repucci prepared the Determination of Need Applications and worked with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council and other community groups to secure necessary support and financing for each project.
In 1973 Robert coordinated the emergency relocation efforts for the City of Chelsea following the conflagration of 1973; in 1976 he supervised the effort that identified both the Mystic Tobin Bridge and MacDonald’s drinking glasses as major sources of childhood lead paint poisoning; over the course of 37 years aspired to Housing Coordinator, Neighborhood Center Director, Deputy Director and Executive Director (1978). Upon entering employment at CAPIC, the annual revenue was $156,000.00, with 30 persons employed and by 2009 that revenue increased to $22 m and the number of employees increased to 165. Robert authored several publications during his tenure including the Know Where To Go Guide; The Sub-Employment Index and the Integration of Client Tracking Systems. Robert received many awards throughout his tenure and up to the present, including Community Organization Person of the Year; Key to the City of Revere; and numerous Certificates of Achievement from Federal, State and Municipal authorities.
First came to CAPIC in 1993, working in the Housing Intercept Program; joined CAPIC’s Management Team in 1999 as the Agency’s Grant Manager, and in 2008 was named the Director of Planning & Development for the Agency. Kerry works directly with the Executive Director, Fiscal & Human Resource Managers, as well as Program Directors to strengthen the Agency’s development capacity, assess agency needs, and create and implement agency-wide goals and objectives to achieve the mission and vision of CAPIC. Such work includes the preparation of the Agency’s Strategic Plan, Community Needs Assessment, annual work plans, program progress reports, and all required grants and reports for major funding sources including the state and federal government. Since 2004, Kerry has also served as the Agency’s liaison to the City of Revere, specifically, the Revere Police Department, and is solely responsible for the design, development, research, analysis, evaluation, and contract management of all public safety and law enforcement initiatives. Kerry graduated from Assumption College in 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Communications.
Dolores Benoit, Manager of Human Resources, first came to CAPIC in 1994 as an intern to do a public relations project. Having been focused on education and public service throughout college, Dolores joined CAPIC full time in 1995 in Human Resources. Today, Dolores manages all aspects of Human Resources for CAPIC management and all programs, including employment law, compliance, policies and procedures, benefits, employee relations, and staffing. A bilingual upbringing enables Dolores to further serve the agency by fostering more effective communication between management and Spanish-speaking staff and clients. Dolores graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 1995 with her B.A. in Education