We Welcome Our New Board Members

The Goodnow Library Foundation is delighted to announce the appointment of Sudbury residents Catherine Beldotti Donlan, Samantha Greenfield, and Megan Kelley to its 13-member Board of Directors. The three new members provide a breadth of skills and experience.


Catherine Beldotti Donlan is a C-level executive for consumer brands. She most recently served as the SVP of Innocor, Inc., a Bain Capital PE backed consumer portfolio company. Previously, Catherine spent 30 years steering sport/wellness/fitness brands in senior level roles at Converse, Puma, Ryka, and Reebok. Catherine is a former collegiate athlete who is passionate about giving back to the youth sports community, both as a volunteer girls lacrosse coach for ten years as well as to other women leaders through active mentoring and coaching. Catherine received a BA from Tufts University.



Samantha Greenfield is the Director of Alumnae and Major Gifts for the Dana Hall School in Wellesley where she builds relationships and inspires giving in others. She has extensive experience in fundraising as well as community engagement. She served as the GLF's Director of Development from 2013-2019, and prior to that worked at the Boston College Center on Aging and Work. After losing her father to cancer in 2001, Sam created the Colbert Classic Golf Tournament, raising more than $100,000 for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/Jimmy Fund and the Massachusetts Prostate Cancer Coalition, a nonprofit that her father started. In her free time, Sam spreads joy through writing her 'On the Sunny Side' newspaper column; a blog, samigreenfield.com; and by sharing uplifting social media accounts that inspire others to find more happiness.


Megan Kelley works in the insurance industry in Boston and previously held positions in Los Angeles and New York. Megan is an active volunteer at The Book Nook, the Goodnow Library’s used book sale. Previously, she coordinated community service events for the Sudbury Family Network. Megan is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and is expected to graduate with an MBA from Boston University Questrom School of Business in 2022.