State Street Global Advisors’ Jaclyn Collier, of Quincy, is newest member of Father Bill’s & MainSpring board.

Collier is the Chief Compliance Officer of State Street Global Advisors

Jaclyn Collier

[January 31, 2023}] Jaclyn Collier, Chief Compliance Officer of State Street Global Advisors, has joined the Board of Directors at Father Bill’s & MainSpring (FBMS), a regional leader in providing services to prevent and end homelessness. State Street Global Advisors is the investment management arm of State Street Corporation, which has offices across the world including a location in North Quincy.

Collier, a Quincy resident, has more than 20 years of asset management experience in compliance and compliance-related roles. Collier joined FBMS’ Board of Directors in January 2023 as part of the State Street Foundation’s charitable board matching program, which provides training and support for State Street employees to serve as board members for charitable organizations.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Jaclyn to our Board,” FBMS President & CEO John Yazwinski said. “As our agency continues to grow, Jaclyn’s expertise in the compliance field will greatly benefit our ability to continue leading as a trusted and respected provider in our region.”

As Chief Compliance Officer at State Street Global Advisors, Collier is responsible for implementing a compliance program that adheres to global regulations and supports the firm’s business functions and legal entities. Collier, a member of the State Street Global Advisors’ Executive Management Group and the Senior Leadership Team, earned a Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School, summa cum laude, and a Bachelor of Science in Management Studies from Boston University.

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About Father Bill’s & MainSpring

Father Bill’s & MainSpring (FBMS) is the leading provider of services to prevent and end homelessness in Southern Massachusetts. The agency, founded in the early 1980s by a group of interfaith and community leaders, helps more than 5,000 people annually who are experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness. FBMS, a proud partner of the United Way of Greater Plymouth County and the United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency with administrative offices in Quincy and Brockton and program offices throughout Southern Massachusetts. For more information, visit www.helpfbms.org.