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"Photo of Mary Ann Cantela"Mary Ann Cantela was born in Dutchess County, New York and lived a good part of her adult life in Millbrook, New York. In 1992, she moved to Boston, Massachusetts and lived there for 17 years. She currently resides in Harwich, Cape Cod, Massachusetts with her husband Gian, their two dogs and two cats. She is the mother of three grown daughters and five grandchildren.

Mary Ann worked as a Registered Nurse after her Graduation from Dutchess Community College in 1980, where she received her Associates Degree. While working as a nurse in the Emergency Room of Vassar Brothers Hospital she pursued her Bachelor's Degree from SUNY New Paltz and graduated in 1993. In 1998, she graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts with a Masters Degree and worked as a Nurse Practitioner, with a specialty in Neurology, until her retirement from the Massachusetts General Hospital in 2008.

Mary Ann has many interests and hobbies but of most importance to her is her family. Her career as a Nurse and Nurse Practitioner has further fueled her interest in humanitarian efforts. She has volunteered with Water Without Borders over the past few years. Mary Ann is excited and looking forward to being a part of the Board of Directors of Water Without Borders. She looks forward to working with Mr. Evert and being a part of his vision to further expand the reach of Water Without Borders.
 
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