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Board & Council

MAPC

Smart Growth & Regional Collaboration

MAPC is governed by 101 municipal government representatives, 21 gubernatorial appointees, 9 state officials, and three City of Boston officials. An Executive Committee composed of 25 members oversees agency operations and appoints an executive director. The agency employs approximately 100 professional and administrative staff.

Read our latest Executive Director's Report here.

*Indicates Executive Committee Member

MAPC Officers
Fiscal Year 2023

PRESIDENT: Adam Chapdelaine, Town of Arlington*
VICE PRESIDENT: Monica Tibbits-Nutt, Gubernatorial*
SECRETARY: Jennifer Constable, Town of Rockland*
TREASURER: Sam Seidel, Gubernatorial*

MAPC Representatives

  • Acton - Kristen Guichard
  • Arlington - Jennifer Raitt
  • Arlington Alternate - Adam Chapdelaine*
  • Ashland - Yolanda Greaves
  • Bedford - Sandra Hackman
  • Bedford Alternate - Margot Fleischman
  • Bellingham - Amy Sutherland
  • Belmont - Vacant
  • Beverly - Michael P. Cahill
  • Bolton - Valerie Oorthuys
  • Boston - Vacant
  • Boxborough - Les Fox
  • Boxborough Alternate - Cindy Markowitz
  • Braintree - Vacant
  • Brookline - Joseph Viola
  • Brookline Alternate - Kara Brewton
  • Burlington - Michael W. Espejo
    Burlington Alternate - Melisa Tintocalis
  • Cambridge - Melissa Peters
  • Cambridge Alternate - Jeff Roberts
  • Canton - Vacant
  • Carlisle - Kate Reid
  • Chelsea - John DePriest*
  • Cohasset - Lauren Lind
  • Concord - Keith Bergman
  • Danvers - Aaron Henry
  • Dedham - Jeremy Rosenberg
  • Dedham Alternate - John Sisson
  • Dover - Christopher Dwelley
  • Dover Alternate - John D. Jeffries
  • Duxbury - Kristin Rappe
  • Duxbury Alternate - George Wadsworth
  • Essex - Peter Phippen
  • Everett - Tony M. Sousa
  • Foxborough - Paige E. Duncan
  • Foxborough Alternate - William Keegan
  • Framingham - Susan Nicholl
  • Franklin - Amy Love
  • Gloucester - Greg Verga
  • Gloucester Alternate - Gregg Cademartori
  • Hamilton - Vacant
  • Hanover - Ann Lee
  • Hanover Alternate - Joseph Colangelo
  • Hingham - Edward Johnson
  • Holbrook - Keith Nastasia
  • Holliston - Tina Hein
  • Hopkinton - Amy Ritterbusch
  • Hopkinton Alternate - Elaine C. Lazarus
  • Hudson - Kristina Johnson
  • Hull - Chris DiIorio
  • Ipswich - Carolyn Britt
  • Ipswich Alternate - William Paulitz
  • Lexington - Richard Canale
  • Lincoln - Paula Vaughn
  • Lincoln Alternate - Jennifer Glass
  • Littleton - Vacant
  • Lynn - Danya Smith
  • Lynnfield - Robert J. Dolan
  • Lynnfield Alternate - Emilie Cademartori
  • Malden - Deborah A. Burke
  • Manchester-by-the-Sea - Christine DeLisio
  • Marblehead - Steve Leverone
  • Marblehead Alternate - Rebecca Curran Cutting
  • Marlborough - Meredith Harris
  • Marshfield - Greg Guimond
  • Maynard - Chris DiSilva
  • Medfield - Sarah Raposa
  • Medford - Alicia Hunt
  • Medford Alternate - Annie Streetman
  • Medway - Barbara J. Saint Andre
  • Melrose - Denise Gaffey
  • Middleton - Andrew J. Sheehan
  • Middleton Alternate - Katrina O'Leary
  • Milford - Joseph A. Calagione
  • Millis - Robert Weiss
  • Millis Alternate - Nicole Riley
  • Milton - Taber Keally*
  • Nahant - Vacant
  • Natick - Amanda Loomis
  • Natick Alternate - James Errickson
  • Needham - Maurice Handel*
  • Newton - Jennifer Ciara
  • Newton Alternate - Zachery LeMel
  • Norfolk - Richard McCarthy
  • North Reading - Danielle McKnight
  • North Reading Alternate - Michael P. Gilleberto
  • Norwell - Bruce Graham
  • Norwood - Paul Halkiotis
  • Peabody - Curt Bellavance*
  • Pembroke - Vacant
  • Quincy - Frank A. Tramontozzo
  • Quincy Alternate - James Fatseas
  • Randolph - Michelle Tyler
  • Reading - Steve Sullivan
  • Revere - Techrosette Leng
  • Rockland - Jennifer Constable*
  • Rockport - Harry Korslund
  • Rockport Alternate - Tom Mikus
  • Salem - Tom Daniel*
  • Saugus - Janette Fasano
  • Scituate - James Boudreau
  • Scituate Alternate - Kyle Boyd
  • Sharon - Maria de la Fuente
  • Sherborn - Marian Neutra
  • Somerville - George Proakis*
  • Somerville Alternate - Sarah Lewis
  • Southborough - Vacant
  • Stoneham - Erin Wortman
  • Stoughton - John Charonneau
  • Stoughton Alternate - Pamela McCarthy
  • Stow - Jesse Steadman
  • Stow Alternate- Ellen Sturgis
  • Sudbury - Adam Duchesneau
  • Sudbury Alternate - Beth Suedmeyer
  • Swampscott - Vacant
  • Topsfield - Kevin Harutunian
  • Topsfield Alternate - Donna Rich
  • Wakefield - Erin Kokinda
  • Walpole - Paul Connelly
  • Walpole Alternate - Ashley Clark
  • Waltham - Catherine Cagle
  • Watertown - Steven T. Magoon
  • Wayland - Vacant
  • Wellesley - Colette E. Aufranc*
  • Wellesley Alternate - Meghan C. Jop
  • Wenham - Margaret Hoffman
  • Weston - Imaikalani Aiu*
  • Westwood - Steve Olanoff*
  • Westwood Alternate - William Delay
  • Weymouth - Robert L. Hedlund
  • Weymouth Alternate - Karl V. Edsall
  • Wilmington - Valerie J. Gingrich
  • Winchester - Brian Szekely
  • Winchester Alternate - Diab Jerius
  • Winthrop - Vacant
  • Woburn - Tina Cassidy
  • Woburn Alternate - Dan Orr
  • Wrentham - Rachel Benson
  • Wrentham Alternate - Kevin A. Sweet

Ex-Officio Members

Boston Planning and Development Agency  - Lauren Shurtleff
City of Boston Chief of Streets - Jascha Franklin-Hodge
Boston Water and Sewer Commission - Sean Canty
Department of Environmental Protection - Courtney Rainey*
Department of Housing and Community Development - Elaine Wijnja*
Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development - Juan R. Vega*
MBTA - Kathryne Benesh
Massachusetts Water Resources Authority - Vandana Rao*
Mass DOT - David Mohler
Massachusetts Highway Department - John Bechard
Massport - Joel Barrera

Gubernatorial Appointees

Shirronda Almeida*
Karen Canfield*
Kelley Chunn
Robert N. Cohen
Jon A. Fetherston
Daniel Garcia-DeCoteau
Jarred Johnson
Angie Liou*

Gina Martinez
Mathilda S. McGee-Tubb
Richard L. Pilla
Samuel Seidel*
Stephen J. Silveira*
Ramani Sripada
Kelly B. Strong
Monica G. Tibbits-Nutt*
William J. Tinti
Samuel S. Wong

*Indicates Executive Committee Member

Page updated on Wednesday, May 25, 2022