Nov 29, 2022 12:30 PM
Bopha Malone
How Girls Inc. of Greater Lowell (GIGL) has helped thousands of girls.

Bopha Malone joined Girls Incorporated of Greater Lowell, an organization that inspires girls to be Strong, Smart, and Bold as Interim Executive Director this past September. Previously, she served as Vice President and Regional Business Advisor at Enterprise Bank for 16 years. In 2020 she became first Cambodian-American woman elected to public office in Massachusetts as a member of the Bedford, Massachusetts Select Board.  

Bopha immigrated to the U.S. at the age of eight, and credits caring mentors for helping her get to where she is today. As a first-generation Cambodian-American who benefited from the support and encouragement of others, her passion is to seek opportunities to give back and help others in the ways that she has been helped. In addition to her professional work, she is actively involved with a number of non-profit organizations. She is a trustee of Middlesex Community College, Tufts Medicine at Lowell General Hospital, International Institute of New England (IINE), Communities For Restorative Justice (C4RJ), Women Working Wonders, Trustees of the Ayer Home and is a member of the Bedford Rotary Club.