The Wellesley Country Club was the setting for the latest new-members induction of the Wellesley Rotary Club, a worldwide service association of business and professional leaders. Here’s a little bit about the club’s three new movers and shakers:
Martin Chiu and his wife, Frannie, have lived in Wellesley since 1990. They have two sons, both of whom have participated with the Interact club sponsored by the Rotary Club of Wellesley. Elder son Nathan is a Wharton Business School freshman and his younger son Ethan is a Wellesley High School senior. Martin has a bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering degree from McMaster University, Ontario, Canada and has conducted graduate computer science research at Boston University. He has worked in the Data Communication field for more than 25 years.
Cynthia Sibold is the Founder and Managing Director of The Mosaic Group, a small business providing cultural awareness consulting for international students and families moving to the United States. She was born and raised in Toronto, Canada and received a BA in Political Science from the University of Western Ontario. Cynthia has worked as an intercultural trainer for Cartus, a global relocation firm, and at International Professional Relations (IPR), providing professional relocation services to corporate employees relocating to the United States. After 25 years of domestic and international moves and assignments, Cynthia and her family are now permanently based in Wellesley.
Bill Westerman has been a Wellesley resident for over 23 years. His wife Cynthia runs her own consulting business, and Bill is Senior Vice President of Marketing for Synovia Solutions, a leading provider of GPS-driven fleet and asset management solutions. Bill and Cynthia have 3 sons, Reed (age 23), Todd (20) and Scott (17). Reed and Todd are graduates of Wellesley High School (WHS) and Scott is a senior at WHS where he plays on the football and lacrosse teams. Bill has been involved with coaching youth sports over the years and previously served on the Wellesley United Soccer board. Bill is a native of Jefferson City, MO and has degrees in Architecture and Construction Engineering from Kansas State University.