Staff & Volunteers

Lisa Piscatelli, Executive Director | lisa@AttleboroAIC.org

Lisa Piscatelli joined the Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative as executive director in March 2018. She is focused on fostering teamwork in the organization’s ongoing efforts to alleviate hunger and inspire interfaith activities. A 22-year nonprofit professional, Piscatelli supports the mission of advancing a healthy, secure, and meaningful life for all. She works together with the board of directors, staff, partners, and a core of volunteers in the joint vision of helping others.

Adrianna Clark, Administrative Assistant and Resource Junction Coordinator | adrianna@attleboroaic.org

Adrianna Clark joined the Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative to provide the office with administrative support. She graduated with honors from St. John’s University, Staten Island, NY with a major in Psychology and came to us with experience serving children in need on the Red Cloud Reservation, South Dakota. Her first experience with Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative was as a volunteer at the Food n’ Friends Daily Kitchen, First Baptist Church – North Attleboro.

Pamela Tarallo, Food n’ Friends Program Administrator | pam@attleboroaic.org

“It’s so much more than a meal. It’s feeding the soul.” Pamela Tarallo has been with the Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative for over 20 years. She oversees 500+ volunteers and 13 meal sites. Tarallo ensures that vulnerable children, families, and older adults in our community have access to a nutritious meal.

Rev. Bert Coté, Interfaith Chaplain | bert@attleboroaic.org

Rev. Bert Coté completed his Master of Divinity at Andover Newton Theological School with a certificate in Interfaith Leadership. Rev. Coté also completed a unit of clinical pastoral education at Brigham & Women’s Hospital. He is very active at his home church in Holliston. Rev. Coté has been a senior deacon, youth group director, and confirmand mentor. He has served on the music committee and at times provided meals for his congregation. Currently Rev. Coté serves as treasurer at First Congregational Church of Holliston. He was ordained by the authority of the Central Massachusetts Association of the Massachusetts conference of the United Church of Christ on January 17, 2021.


Volunteer Coordinators

  • Cindy Beaucage, Memorial Baptist Church, Seekonk
  • Betty Cheyne, First Baptist Church, Mansfield
  • Marsha Christianson, Trinitarian Congregational Church, Norton
  • Veronica Clark, First Baptist Church, North Attleboro
  • Joanne Decenzo, Centenary United Methodist Church, Attleboro
  • Carol Frasier, Bethany Congregational Church, Foxboro
  • Brenda Hussey, VFW Post 115, Attleboro
  • Kathy Jaaskelainen, First Baptist Church Attleboro / LaSalette Shrine Collaboration
  • Brother Roger Moreau, LaSalette Shrine, Attleboro
  • Charlie and Terryanne Shea, Good News Bible Chapel, Attleboro

#HungerHeroes

Thank you to the 500+ volunteers and partners that assist year-round with essential programming!