Mark Hinderlie, President & CEO

Mark Hinderlie began his service to Hearth in 2006. During his tenure, Hearth opened two new residences -- Hearth at Burroughs Street and Hearth at Olmsted Green, created a Board of Visitors which significantly improved its fund raising base, and pursued the development of three major initiatives to address elder homelessness. Mark formerly served as President and Executive Director of Federated Dorchester Neighborhood Houses, where he led a comprehensive restructuring of the agency, resulting in a dramatic improvement in its fiscal health.

Previously, Mark was the President of Hinderlie Associates, providing counsel to human service agencies and hospitals in organizational development and strategic planning. During this time, he also served as the Chief Development Officer for Franciscan Children’s Hospital and Rehabilitation Center. His prior positions include President of the Boston Children’s Institute, Executive Director of Boston Children’s Services, and Director of Development for Project Bread/The Walk for Hunger. Throughout the 1980s, Mark held leadership positions with the United Way of Massachusetts Bay, the Community & Youth Services Division of the City of Cambridge, and the Community Learning Center. He graduated from Yale and holds a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Harvard’s Kennedy School.