Board of Directors
Marty has a strong and extensive business background. He spent 32 years as an entrepreneur as owner of Prestige Valet Parking based in Boston, Cape Cod and Providence, RI. In addition, he has worked for a variety of businesses on the Cape in and around tourism, hospitality, and radio. In addition to his business experience, Marty has volunteered his time to serve on community boards. He is a past board member of the Cape Cod Hospitality Marketing Association, Dennis Chamber of Commerce, and the Greater Hyannis Chamber of Commerce. He previously served as the President of the Board of Directors for both Leadership Cape Cod, where he now serves as Treasurer and is now back as President of The Cape Cod Community Media Center. He also serves as a Director on the Board of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce. Marty is passionate about helping businesses and looks forward to supporting local businesses along that path to success.
Bob Cody brings over 25 years of leadership experience in corporate, academic and non-profit organizations. In positions of Vice-President of Worldwide Research, Development and Engineering, Dean of Academic and Student Affairs, Board member and Board Chair, Bob has lead organizations in innovation and growth specializing in developing new programs, products and services, while increasing revenue and organizational growth, leading change management transformations to take those organizations to new levels of performance. Throughout his career Bob has a demonstrated record of leadership, problem-solving, organizational development, maximizing individual contributions, and continuous operational improvement. He is currently the Executive Director of Leadership Cape Cod. He is also the Chief Executive Partner of Innoreate, a business consulting firm. Bob also brings a passion for community service. He has previously been a member of the Board of Directors of Groundwork Bridgeport in Bridgeport CT, the Stratford CT YMCA where he also lead a Father–Daughter youth program, and was a member and Co-Chair of the Stratford School District’s Board of Education. Under Bob’s leadership, the school district Board received a statewide leadership award by the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education. Coming to the Cape, Bob has continued his commitment to the community by serving as a member of the Board of Directors of CLI, Open Cape, Cape Cod Technology Council The Greater Hyannis Chamber of Commerce and the Cape Media Center.
Chris was born in Boston and raised on the South Shore of Massachusetts. Chris received his Bachelors of Science cum laude from Suffolk University. Upon entering the retail banking sector prior to graduation Chris held the positions of Teller, Sales and Service Specialist, Personal Banker, and ultimately Relationship Manager with Bank of America. During his work as a banker Chris became an active political candidate in two races for Selectman of his hometown of Norwell culminating in a 2016 run for the United States House of Representatives for the Massachusetts Ninth Congressional District. Returning to banking as a Branch Manager and Assistant Vice President, Chris continued his decade long career in financial services. Chris went on to manage the Duxbury branch of Santander and the downtown Boston branch of Randolph Savings Bank. Chris is now a Vice President, Branch Manager, and Small Business Specialist at the Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod managing the East Harwich branch since November of 2019. In addition to serving on the Cape Media Center board, Chris serves as a director of The Cape and Islands Workforce Development Board Inc and The Cape Cod Leadership Institute.
Sarah Beal-Fletcher is the Station Manager for the Town of Barnstable’s Government Access Station Channel 18. She has worked for the Town of Barnstable for 17 years. Sarah grew up in Falmouth and graduated with an Associates Degree in 2002 from Cape Cod Community College, 2004 from Pine Manor College with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and has recently completed her Master’s in Public Administration from Suffolk University. Sarah lives in Osterville with her husband Owen, two sons Joe and Ben, and three cats.