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Jua Robinson

Jua Robinson (B.A., M.A., M. Div.) is the Executive Director of the Boston Collaborative, an organization which connects workplace Christians to each other and to needs within the city of Boston. He is also a church planting catalyst with the SEND Boston Network. He was previously the founder and Lead Pastor of Heart Change Fellowship, a multi-ethnic church in Boston, MA. Jua is also an active part of the Boston community as he serves on the Jamaica Plain Mentoring Network Advisory Board, Greater Things Greater Boston Steering Team, Boys and Dedicated Dads at Roosevelt K-8 School, and Little Voice Early Learning Center Advisory Board. He also served on the steering team for the Boston Prayer Summit and the Creo Collective, a church planting and missional network.

Dano JukanovichOver a diverse career, Dano Jukanovich (B.S., M.A., M.B.A) has held responsibility for business development and finance for start-ups and established companies including AT&T Wireless and Philips Healthcare. He served five years as CEO of Seattle-based Real Estate Development and Construction Firm. In 2008, Dano co-founded East Africa-based Strategy Consulting and Private Equity Firm, Karisimbi Partners. After having lived in East Africa for a four years, Dano continues today as Executive Chairman for the firm. He also co-founded the Boston Collaborative and fulfills an Executive Pastor role at Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church in Danvers, MA. His background includes five years of service as an Airborne Ranger and Senior Intelligence Officer for the United States Army.


In 2009 Lee Francois received his Digital Design degree from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh online. When he could not find employment in his field, Lee started his own business. Following that, some unfortunate and unwise choices were costly to Lee and he served 4 years in prison, putting his dreams on hold. However, after a tremendous bounce back, and re-evaluation of his life, Lee relaunched his company under the name “FrancoisGrphx”. Through hard work and opportunities to set a new course in life, Lee is building his business into a successful digital arts company. Reflecting on his life, Lee says, “Looking back, I realized that if I had never experienced any struggles in my life, I probably would never have had the courage to take those giant leaps of faith to become the courageous man I am today.” Today, in addition to being the CEO of FGXstudios, Lee is also the Director of the Digital Media & A/V Ministry at Bethel AME Church in Jamaica Plain, Ma.

Claire Campbell is a freelance writer who works as an administrator and grant writer for the Boston Collaborative. She graduated from Gordon College in 2016 with a Bachelor’s in English. She has worked with Dano in several contexts and began working with Boston Collaborative shortly after it began. Claire lives in Seattle with her husband and cat, but frequently misses the beach and Italian food from Gloucester, MA, where she used to live.