For decades, women across Boston would come to the YWCA building in the Back Bay to swim laps in a pool on the fourth floor to stay healthy and vibrant. Now, that historic space is being used for the offices of the education nonprofit EdVestors, which is helping to transform public schools in Boston.

EdVestors moved into the space about three years ago from the third floor of the building. In February, its board named a new president and chief executive, Marinell Rousmaniere, who previously served as the organization’s senior vice president for strategic initiatives. She replaces Laura Perille, who resigned last summer to serve as the interim superintendent of the Boston school system.

Rousmaniere, whose two children attend the Boston Public Schools, doesn’t have to go far to bump into other BPS students or teachers. Snowden International High School, whose main building is on nearby Newbury Street, rents additional space in the basement of the old YWCA.

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