Board of Directors

 
 
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Thomas Jastermsky, Executive Director and Chairman of the Board

As the founder of Holy Joe’s, Tom provides leadership, communications, logistics expertise, quality control and guidance. He has developed strategic partnerships with key product suppliers including Keurig | Green Mountain Coffee, New England Coffee, Harney & Son's Tea brands, and many others. Leading key logistical expertise, Tom has developed strategic partnerships with transportation teams from FedEx, Schneider National, Conway, JB Hunt and many others. Tom works closely with the deploying military to coordinate logistical needs with Space-A (Space Available) military flights for delivering our pallets of coffee for worldwide distribution to military bases.

You can find out more about Tom on LinkedIn.

 
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Susan Rubinsky, First Vice Chair

Susan Rubinsky has led marketing initiatives for Holy Joe’s Café since its inception in 2006 on a pro bono basis. A marketing and communications consultant with a background in tech, startups, and public and non-profit sectors, Susan brings a wealth of experience to the Holy Joe’s team. Her client list includes The Nature Conservancy, Yale University, and regional transit and public agencies such as Greater Bridgeport Transit and Norwalk Water Department. In addition, Susan has won numerous awards for her work including the American Library Association “Top 10 Internet Resources” award and the American Public Transportation Association AdWheels Grand Prize award.

You can find out more about Susan on LinkedIn.

 
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Mary Ann Starkes, Second Vice Chair

Mary Ann Starkes graduated from Yale University School of Nursing in 1984 with a degree in Adult Psychiatry and then became an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. She retired from the West Haven Veteran's Medical Center in 2002 and then started a private practice in Adult Psychiatry and currently practices in Hamden,CT.  
Mary Ann is the mother of two grown children who live in Seattle, Washington.

You can find out about Mary Ann on LinkedIn.

 
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Donald Snow

Don Snow served twenty-seven years on active duty in the Navy retiring in early 2008 from SEAL TEAM 7. In mid-2008 he was hired by SEAL TEAM 7 as a civilian DOD employee to the Operations Manager (OPS Deputy) position and has been involved with Holy Joe’s since 2010, Don has an expert level of understanding in key DOD logistics systems that has assisted Holy Joe's in distributing over 3 million K-cups and over 200 Keurig machines to forward deployed stations to include locations in Afghanistan, Iraq, Guam and various other worldwide locations. He is always available to provide key advisory support to the Executive Director and Chairman of the Board. In current capacity as OPS deputy he manages 200 SEALs and a budget in excess of 3 million a year to ensure all command members are trained in compliance with the NSW force readiness standards. Don's community service includes Church security coordinator at Sacred Heart Church in Coronado Ca, Little League coach and manager and RBI baseball Coach and Manager. He is a certified National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS) coach and has continuously coached numerous baseball teams year-round for the last 5 years.