November 23, 2021East Cambridge Savings Bank Named a Top 100 Women-Led Business in MassachusettsBank’s Fifth Consecutive Year on The Commonwealth Institute and Globe Magazine list Cambridge, Mass. – East Cambridge Savings Bank, a $1.3 billion in assets mutually-held bank, was once again named one of the top 100 women-led businesses in Massachusetts by The Commonwealth Institute (TCI), a Boston based organization that aims to increase and acknowledge the number of women in corporate leadership positions.
CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts, November 4, 2021 – As part of its commitment to reducing burdens facing the rare disease community, Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited (TSE:4502/NYSE:TAK) (“Takeda”) today announced three priority policy reforms and solutions designed to address significant barriers to care for patients managing rare diseases and genetic conditions as part of a new report, “Reducing Time to Diagnosis for People Living with Rare Diseases: A Conversation on U.S. Policy Opportunities.” The proposed
Winter Term class registration opens on Wednesday, November 17 at 9:00am at ccae.org! Register for online and in-person classes starting January through March. New winter classes include: Turkish Street Food: Spice it Up! with Didem Hosgel, A Queer History of Massachusetts, 1800 - 1969 with Theo Linger, Cultural Encounters throughout the Spanish Speaking World with Jose Lopez Espinosa, and more. Sign up for our newsletter to be the first to know about registration open, classes, events, and
East Cambridge Savings Bank was recently featured in the Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLB) of Boston’s digital magazine Results. The quarterly publication highlights FHLB member financial institutions and the various programs they use to reach underserved populations, innovate their services, and serve the community. FHLB Boston provides member banks like ECSB with favorable borrowing opportunities so they can in turn provide loans to businesses and consumers. FHLB also organizes programs like the Housing Our
Please help us PIE IT FORWARD for the 29th Annual “Pie In The Sky” Thanksgiving bake sale to benefit Community Servings. Cambridge Chamber members Mike Bavuso, Tamela Roche, and Brian Jurgens originally met through one of the Chamber Leads Groups over 15 years ago and have been volunteering together for Community Servings on Team PIE IT FORWARD since it was formed in 2009. Community Servings believes in the astonishing power of food and we believe in their amazing accomplishments increasing production