c – Newton Country Day School of the Sacred Heart

As the founder, chief executive officer, and president of UC Funds, LLC, in Boston, Massachusetts, Daniel Palmier continues a 25-year-long career in the real estate financing industry. In philanthropic activities, Dan Palmier donated $50,000 to Newton Country Day School of the Sacred Heart for the creation of a technology-and-arts building.

Located in Newton, Massachusetts, Newton Country Day School of the Sacred Heart was founded in 1879. In the Roman Catholic tradition, it provides girls between fifth and 12th grade with an extensive academic experience. Along with running classes in foreign language, history, and science, it also hosts numerous athletic and arts programs.

The school has always recognized the importance of technology in preparing youth for the future. One of the first institutions in the Boston area to participate in the Learning with Laptops program, it has also been on the forefront of wireless technology and Internet solutions for two decades. During their middle school years, pupils attend classes that enhance their skills at keyboarding, spreadsheets, Flash animation, and website design. After reaching ninth grade, students go more in depth with software development, network security, and data management. They also get to express themselves through digital photography and blogging.


About Dan Palmier

The founder and CEO of UC Funding, LLC, a real estate financing company focused on asset management, underwriting, and loan structuring, Dan Palmier maintains affiliation with the Commercial Mortgage Securities Association and the National Multi-Housing Council.
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