January 17, 2019

MetroWest/495 Partnership appoints new directors

The headquarters of the MetroWest/495 Partnership, which has appointed new directors and board leadership.

The MetroWest/495 Partnership has appointed new directors and leaders of its board.

The partnership's new board chairs are Ellen Carlucci, the vice president for development, marketing and communications at UMass Memorial - Marlborough Hospital, and Jay Marsden, the chairman of the Holliston Board of Selectmen.

New vice chairs are Charles Dwyer, a senior vice president from Middlesex Savings Bank, and Kristen Las, the assistant town manager and economic development coordinator for the town of Shrewsbury. The new clerk is Peter Martin, a partner at the law firm Bowditch and Dewey.

Eight new members of the board of directors for the MetroWest 495 Partnership have also been named.

Those new members are Derek Brindisi, Upton's town administrator; Gregg Bunn, executive director for MassHire Metro/SouthWest Workforce Investment Board; George Coutros, director of state government relations for Sanofi; Matt Durand, office of the general counsel for Cumberland Farms, Inc.; Dan Feeney, a principal for Beals + Thomas; Tim McInerney, Grafton's town administrator; Sarah Raposa, Medfield's town planner; and Charles Sacre, a senior principal engineer for the engineering firm Kleinfelder.


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