Who We Are



Brandon Boyle
Director of Loan Programs
40 Court Street, 10th Floor
Boston, MA 02018
Tel: 617-988-2265
Email: bboyle@chc-capitalfund.org



Brandon Boyle joined Community Health Center Capital Fund in February 2016. He is responsible for developing and managing Capital Fund’s lending programs, which include capital-raising, underwriting, negotiating, and structuring community health center capital project loans, asset management, and compliance. Additionally, he manages Capital Link’s New Markets Tax Credit GO Zone program and Capital Fund’s tax-exempt bond program for Massachusetts health centers. As director, Mr. Boyle is directly involved in all strategy development for the Capital Fund.

Previously, Mr. Boyle served six years at Root Capital, first as Director of Lending Operations and then as Vice President of Loan Operations. He was responsible for managing an $86 million commercial loan portfolio with over 200 loans for this international loan fund. He also served four years in successive roles at Capital District Community Loan Fund—including Loan Officer, Senior Loan Officer, and Director of Lending—where he gained underwriting and loan management expertise lending to nonprofits and small businesses in the Albany, NY area. Prior experience also includes positions at Massachusetts Housing Partnership and Washington Mutual Bank, and two years of service in the Peace Corp in the Kyrgyz Republic.

Mr. Boyle holds a Master of Public Administration and Master of Business Administration from the State University of New York at Albany.



Jose Fonseca
Portfolio Manager
40 Court Street, 10th Floor
Boston, MA 02018
Tel: 617-988-2265
Email: jfonseca@chc-capitalfund.org


Jose Fonseca joined Community Health Center Capital Fund in July of 2016 as Portfolio Manager. He is primarily responsible for maintaining the integrity of the portfolio by working closely with borrowers, lenders, and funders, monitoring performance, and growing the portfolio in accordance with the mission of CHC Capital Fund.

Previously, Jose was Director of Lending at Capital Good Fund where he managed a half-million-dollar portfolio of small-dollar, high-impact loans targeted towards very low income families and individuals. In 2012, Jose helped identify workplace productivity issues at federal agencies while working at the Partnership for Public Service in Washington DC. He spent the summer of 2010 at the Dubai School of Government supporting research related to education, entrepreneurship, and urban growth. He has interests in entrepreneurship, information technology, fin-tech, and credit and risk. Jose hails from Southern California, where he earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from California Lutheran University, and a Master of Public Policy from Pepperdine University.



James W. Hunt, Jr., PhD – Chair

President & Chief Executive Officer, Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers

Thomas Van Coverden – Vice Chair
President & Chief Executive Officer, National Association of Community Health Centers

Melvin Benson – Treasurer
Chief Financial Officer, Brockton Neighborhood Health Center

Rebecca Regan – Clerk
President, Capital Markets Companies, Housing Partnership Network

Allison Coleman – Chief Executive Officer
Chief Executive Officer, Community Health Center Capital Fund & Capital Link, Inc.

Michael Beachler
Senior Program Developer, Center for Creative Leadership

Lindy Hahn
Executive Director, Global Sustainable Finance, Morgan Stanley

Dennis Kruse
Chief Financial Officer, Family Care Health Centers

Stephen Leonard
Senior Vice President, Corporate Banking, Cambridge Savings Bank

David B. Vliet
Chief Executive Officer, Tiburcio Vasquez Health Centers