QPA, QKA, CPC, CPFA, ChFC®, AIF®
Jill is president of Boulay Donnelly & Supovitz Consulting Group, Inc., and joined the company in 1987 when Edward Boulay hired her out of college. Jill acquired the company when Ed retired in 2006.
Jill is a member of the American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries (ASPPA) and received her Qualified Pension Administrator (QPA) designation in 1989, her Certified Pension Consultant (CPC) designation in 1990, and her Qualified 401(k) Administrator (QKA) designation in 2008.
Jill received her BBA in Managment from the University of Amherst, Isenberg School of Management, cum laude.
Barbara Murphy is a Retirement Plan Analyst who works with Plan Sponsors to develop and maintain Retirement Plans. Barbara started with the company in 1991. After so many years of experience and because of her attention to detail, Barbara is responsible for nearly all of the Plan reviews in the office.
Barbara is a member of the American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries (ASPPA), having earned two designations, the Qualified Pension Administrator (QPA) in 1998 and the Qualified 401(k) Administrator (QKA) in 2001. Barbara frequently attends conferences to increase her knowledge about retirement plans.
Barbara graduated magna cum laude from Regis College in 1989 with a BA degree in Mathematics and a concentration in Computer Science.
Barbara is actively involved in her church where she participates in many community outreach opportunities. In their spare time, Barbara and her husband enjoy following and chaperoning their two daughters in their high school and college marching band events.
Donna is a Retirement Plan Analyst with Boulay Donnelly & Supovitz Consulting Group, Inc., and has been with the company since 2006. She is a cum laude graduate with a BS degree in Psychology from Worcester State University in Worcester, Massachusetts.
She is a long-standing member of the American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries (ASPPA) and received her Qualified Pension Administrator (QPA) designation in 1991. She has been involved with Qualified Retirement Plans since 1985, when she joined State Mutual Life Insurance Company where she enjoyed many roles, ranging from Qualified Retirement Plan Management to Relationship Management to managing the legal department responsible for state filings of annuity and insurance contracts.
In her spare time she enjoys gardening, vacationing at the beach or in Maine at a lake cottage where she enjoys boating, kayaking and exploring hiking trails in the country. She also enjoys fine dining experiences and going to the theatre, especially musicals.
Cathy has over 25 years of retirement and human resources experience. She originally worked as a Plan Analyst at BDS for six years before leaving for the Cape in 2002. There she worked in the areas of benefits, compensation and as a foreign national advisor. Cathy returned to BDS in 2015 bringing an employer’s perspective to her work.
A graduate of Anna Maria College, she earned the Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS) designation as well as certifications as a Retirement Plan Associate and Group Benefits Associate from the International Foundation of Employee Benefits Plans in partnership with the Wharton School.
Cathy and her husband have three children and two sons-in-law. She is a member of the Personnel Board for the town of Charlton. She was previously a member of the Cape Cod Curling Club and now enjoys spending time on her boat in the summer and on the ski slopes in the winter.
Stephanie recently joined Boulay Donnelly & Supovitz Consulting Group, Inc., in July of 2016 but has been working with retirement plans since 1998.
She previously worked at Carroll Enterprises for eight years and Fidelity Investments for nine and a half years, handling both small and large retirement plans. Her duties include plan administration and customer service support.
In her spare time she enjoys reading, listening to all types of music and vacationing with her husband in the Caribbean.
Sandy Christian joined Boulay Donnelly & Supovitz Consulting Group, Inc. in 1999. Her responsibilities are widespread and too numerous to list, but mostly she supports the rest of the staff in the office.