Conversations With... Melissa Fetter Access Passcode for video: O3f&8&%*
Melissa Fetter returned to Beacon Hill last year after a 30 year hiatus living and working in California and Texas. She and her husband, Trevor Fetter (and their Westie "Ferris") are excited to back in Boston, in the neighborhood they adore. Upon returning to Boston, Melissa was surprised to find that a bookstore no longer existed in Beacon Hill and so she set out to remedy that flaw with the purchase of 71 Charles Street (the former Hungry I location). She is in the midst of the complicated and slow renovation of the building which will house a cafe on the ground level, a bookstore on levels 2 through 4 and a back office for the bookstore on the top floor. When not working on the creation of Beacon Hill Books & Cafe, Melissa serves on the boards of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, WBUR and she is the Vice Chair of the NPR Foundation. She is also an active volunteer for her Alma Mater, Stanford University.
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