C.A. Webb


Webb has spent her career as an entrepreneurial problem solver in both the private and not-for-profit sectors where she has helped build emerging organizations into brands that create lasting impact. Most recently, she co-founded _Underscore.VC, a tech fund using a network-driven approach to bring emerging and experienced entrepreneurs together to build the next generation of great tech companies.

Prior to that, she led NEVCA for four years, where she worked in partnership with local entrepreneurs and VCs to shape Massachusetts into the best place in the world to start and grow companies.

Webb serves on the boards of The Boston Foundation, the Alliance for Business Leadership, MassRobotics, Room to Grow and Resilient Coders. She also is a member of the Massachusetts Women’s Forum, a select group of women business leaders. In 2015, Webb was recognized as an "Innovation All Star" by the Boston Business Journal and in 2016 was named one of the 30 most disruptive people in Boston tech by Boston Magazine.

She earned her undergraduate degree in English and Women’s Studies at Wellesley College and obtained her MBA at the Simmons School of Management.

YeSeul Kim

Vice President, Strategy & Operations

YeSeul likes being a contrarian. She is an execution-oriented business leader who also likes to brainstorm big ideas. She also loves talking to consumers as much as building efficient systems and processes. YeSeul has turned to the science of analyzing big data, the art of qualitative research, and the application of a growth mindset to fuel her passion for solving complex problems. 

Some of her past jobs include working at Procter & Gamble as a consumer insights specialist and as the Director of Operations at Ashoka, the world’s largest convener of social entrepreneurs. Most recently, she was the Director of Business Development & Operations at Northeastern University.

YeSeul received her B.S. and Masters in Urban Planning from MIT. 

If you could choose a new profession, what would it be?

A music video producer. 

Alicia Mosesso

Director, Membership & Community Relations

Alicia joined KSA in January 2017 as the Director of Membership & Community Relations. She has spent her career working in what has been designated "the most innovative square mile on the planet," Kendall Square.

As an undergraduate, she began her career as a US Marketing Intern at Hasbro, Inc., a global play and entertainment company committed to creating the world's best play experiences. She simultaneously became a Brand Ambassador for Serengetee, whose mission is to connect people to the globe through fabric while giving back to the communities that inspire and create the designs, where every fabric is connected to a charity within the region of its origin.

After graduation, Alicia joined The Kraft Group as a Marketing Operations Associate working on game-day operations and as a sponsorship liaison for the New England Patriots and the New England Revolutions. She  went on to work in various roles at BioMed Realty, one of the leading providers of real estate solutions to the life science community with over 12 million square feet of rentable space worldwide, whose world-class portfolio of facilities offers partners a wide range of options from traditional office space to small lab space to state-of-the-art build-to-suit life science properties.

Alicia earned her undergraduate degree in Marketing and Sports Studies at Bryant University, where she was also a member of Bryant's Division I Softball Team.

If you could choose a new profession, what would it be?

A world-traveling blogger. 

Eugenia Schraa

Director, Marketing & Events

Eugenia loves living in the City of Cambridge and working in Kendall Square. Prior to joining the KSA in March 2018, she was in charge of marketing at Anderson & Kreiger, a Boston law firm. She has litigated housing cases for Community Legal Services and Counseling Center, worked at Goldman Sachs as a summer associate, and interned for Judge Dora Irizarry (E.D.N.Y.), for the U.S. Attorney's Office (S.D.N.Y.) and in the Queens District Attorney's Office. 

Despite her prosecutorial experience, Eugenia was Head of her law school's Prisoners' Rights Association, and regularly visited the youth wards at Rikers Island. In a prior life, she was a public high school teacher in the Bronx and a fellow at Boston's MATCH charter school. 

In Cambridge, Eugenia is on the Board of (KSA member) Margaret Fuller House. She is involved with A Better Cambridge and Cambridge Bicycle Safety, and helped (KSA member) Cambridge Community Foundation publicize the new Immigrant Legal Defense Fund. 

Eugenia graduated from Harvard College and Fordham School of Law. She lives in Central Square with her husband Ming and son Cassius. 

If you could choose a new profession, what would it be?

Treasure-hunting historian à la Indiana Jones (but female). 

Patrieca King

Executive Assistant

Patrieca joined the KSA in September 2016. She started working as a library assistant two and a half years before and still continues to do so.

Patrieca is a native of Montego Bay in St. James, Jamaica, and has three siblings and a nephew. She received a Bachelor of Social Work degree from Wheelock College in May of 2016.

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