Jim Klocke- Chief Executive Officer

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Jim Klocke is the Chief Executive Officer of the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network. MNN is the voice of the nonprofit sector, focusing on public policy advocacy, programs and services to help nonprofits grow, and communications that increase public awareness of the great work done by nonprofits. MNN’s 600+ members come from all regions of the Commonwealth and all sub-sectors of the nonprofit community. Before joining MNN, Jim was the Executive Vice President of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, where he directed the Chamber’s advocacy and economic development initiatives. Jim was educated at the University of Notre Dame and Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.


Jessica Holmes- Marketing and Communications Manager  | 617.391.9173

As the Marketing and Communications Manager, Jessica leads all communications initiatives across the organization. Drawing from her background in nonprofit communications, education, and community outreach, Jessica supports and promotes MNN’s nonprofit and affiliate members and elevates public awareness of Massachusetts’ robust nonprofit sector. Before joining MNN, Jessica worked at the Hadley-based nonprofit VentureWell, supporting early-stage entrepreneurs. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and Social Thought and Political Economy from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.


Molly McCaig- Operations and Membership Manager | 617.330.1188

As the Operations and Membership Manager of MNN, Molly plays a critical role in MNN’s internal functions, membership development, and programs, and serves as liaison to MNN’s Board of Directors and external vendors. Previous to starting as MNN’s Operations and Membership Manager, Molly was the Public Policy Intern at MNN. Molly graduated from Bentley University in May 2020, where she double majored in Business Studies and Public Policy, and was active in Habitat for Humanity and the Phi Sigma Sigma sorority.


Clare Ladd- Programs and Services Manager |

As the Programs and Services Manager, Clare oversees planning for all of MNN’s events, as well as working with affiliate members and sponsorships. Previously, she served as the Senior Program Coordinator at Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R), a Boston-based nonprofit in the research ethics field. Clare holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology and German studies from Tufts University, and also spent a year as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Berlin.