Have you met our dedicated Board of Directors?


ALEXANDRA LEE Executive Director

Alexandra leads efforts to maintain and advance Kendall Square’s vibrant ecosystem in partnership with the extraordinary local and global companies located in “the most innovative square mile on the planet”. She brings her strong interest in place-making to help shape this unique community.

Alexandra spent 18 years at the Boston Society of Architects, where she was responsible amongst other things for hosting creative brainstorming sessions exploring new and changing uses for important places in Massachusetts, such as the South Boston waterfront and the Boston Harbor Islands. Following that, Alexandra spent four years as the first Director of Public Programs at the Rose Kennedy Greenway.

Alexandra was then recruited to run a major project in San Francisco where she was the leader of the year-long series of events commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge. During the anniversary year, she organized over 100 events with not-for-profits, historical and environmental groups, culminating in a major event on Memorial Day that attracted over 250,000 attendees. Alexandra successfully coordinated with city, state, and federal government agencies and worked with dozens of major corporate sponsors.

Alexandra has served on the Arlington Center for the Arts board, the Arlington Land Trust and is a member of the Massachusetts Audubon Society Council. She received her B.A. from Wellesley College that included an environmental studies program at Williams College. Alexandra serves on the Executive Committee for Transportation for Massachusetts, the Mayor's Taskforce on Women's Pay Equity, the Innovation Economy Leadership Council and has served on the Eastern Cambridge Kendall Square Open Space Planning Committee. She has served as a judge for Generation Citizen and participated in a pilot program studying Kendall Square as an Eco District.

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

Watercolor painter.

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CASSIE GREY-SAUTELET Marketing & Events Manager

Cassie joined the Kendall Square Association team in June 2013. Before becoming the Marketing & Events Manager, Cassie worked as an architectural designer for various architecture and engineering firms and currently serves on the Executive Board of Directors for Sustainable Healthcare for Haiti, a nonprofit organization based in Greater Boston, and on the Board of Directors for Ruth's Way for Women.

Cassie is a native of Illinois and has two young children and three cats. She received her BS in Architecture from Southern Illinois University and attended the Boston Architectural College.

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

Food truck owner.

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ALICIA MOSESSO Director of Membership and Community Relations

Alicia joined the Kendall Square Association team in January 2017 as the Director of Membership & Community Relations. Prior to her role at KSA, Alicia worked in various marketing roles for BioMed Realty, The Kraft Group, and Hasbro, Inc. She is also a brand ambassador for several different grass-rooted companies that support entrepreneurs and artisans across the globe.

Alicia was born and raised in Abington, Massachusetts. She received her Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Bryant University in Rhode Island with a concentration in Sports Studies. She was a member of Bryant's Division I Softball Team, and annually volunteered with Special Olympics and the Ronald McDonald House.

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

A world-traveling blogger.

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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.

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


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Yeabsera joined the Kendall Square Association in January of 2017 as senior high school intern from the Community Charter School Of Cambridge. She is very interested in pursuing a degree in political science and communications. These interests had come from many of the activities that she takes part, such as her school's Mock Trial team, female mentoring program, as well as being a part her school's student council. She plans to pursue a law degree after she graduates from college. She is very interested in investing her time and helping people in need who can not help themselves.

​Yeabsera is an Ethiopian-American Cambridge resident, who spent a portion of her life in her home country of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She will be graduating from the Community Charter School Of Cambridge this coming June of 2017.​

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