Meet the Founders

David Clayman

Co-Founder and Chairman

One of Dave’s proudest moments came when he became an Eagle Scout at age sixteen.  Those values of service, loyalty, giving and generosity have guided him from a young age.  Thus ensuring that all stakeholders benefitted from any endeavor he was involved in, has always been extremely important.  Dave’s firm, Twelve Points, is founded on these same principles.  He has been fortunate to be on the Board of the Boston Council of Scouts BSA, through a number of different iterations, a Board Member of Empower and a Corporate and personal sponsor of many other organizations.  100 for Tomorrow is the next natural iteration as it allows him to connect with likeminded people and spread his impact even further.

Spencer Collier

Co-Founder And Board Member

Spencer is an entrepreneurial figure with a decade-long commitment to the philanthropic community. His initial emphasis was on charities dedicated to empowering underprivileged youth by providing housing, education, and food security opportunities. Outside of his day job as CEO of Getfused, a creative marketing agency in Boston, Spencer actively serves on several boards, working to contribute positively to the world. Over the years, as he’s assisted nonprofits in crafting effective business strategies, brand development, and marketing approaches, he has recognized the profound impact that support, at the right time, can bring to an organization.

Nigel Reiff 


Nigel is a graduate of Bentley University who has always been committed to creating positive change in his community. Early on, Nigel spearheaded Project Teamwork, an anti-bullying and inclusion initiative. Leading this endeavor, he educated middle school students on the importance of unity, emphasizing the value inherent in every individual. As an advocate for change, he continued his mission by being a Company Program Mentor for Junior Achievement, where he empowered young minds with financial literacy, entrepreneurial skills, and a professional mindset. Nigel believes that giving people the tools to succeed is a crucial way to create meaningful, long-lasting change, which is why financial literacy is one of the causes he most passionately pursues.

Grace Light


Grace is a young and aspiring addition to the 100 For Tomorrow team, finishing her last two semesters at Purdue University where she will come away with a degree in business management. Grace has spent her life serving in her family’s nonprofit, The Light Foundation. There, she has cultivated the values of leadership, accountability, and a deep appreciation for the goodness of giving. Translating these values to her professional life, Grace saw the opportunity to join 100 For Tomorrow as the perfect next step for furthering her passion for supporting organizations that spread generosity into our ever-needing world.