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Year 2018 MassEcon Committees

Join a MassEcon Committee! Bring your interests and expertise to furthering MassEcon’s goals for 2018. Committees are open to MassEcon corporate members and their employees.If you have any questions or are interested in participating (or would like to designate a company colleague to a particular committee), please contact .

*2018 marks MassEcon’s 25th Anniversary. Celebrating this occasion will be woven into all of the Committee discussions.

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Location Intelligence: This committee provides guidance for MassEcon’s signature Site Location Service. Activities include providing strategic and tactical guidance to ensure effective relationships with the site selector community; assisting in the planning of key events to showcase Massachusetts; helping advance efforts to promote the ReadyMass 100; and providing guidance to Board and staff on MassEcon member engagement protocols with relocating and expanding companies. A Site Evaluation Sub-committee participates in the ongoing selection, revision, and updating of the ReadyMass 100 portfolio.

Co-chairs: Chris Steele (Investment Consulting Associates) and Russ Burke (BSC Group)

  • Place: Dacon Corporation  16  Huron Drive,  Natick
  • Dates: February 16, April 27, July 20, December 7
  • Time: 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

(There will be ReadyMass 100 evaluation committee meetings following the Location Intelligence Committee meetings on July 20 and December 7)

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Membership & Marketing: This committee integrates both Membership & Marketing initiatives. Working with the Board and Executive Committee, this committee will assist in setting goals for membership; develop our value proposition and messaging for various segments of the business community; identify new members to be recruited; and develop strategies for member retention, including enhancing visibility for current members. This Committee will also provide guidance on building MassEcon’s Ambassador program. Social media, communication strategies, design, and branding also fall within this committee’s wheelhouse.

Co-chairs: Dorrian Cohen-Fragola (Janitronics Building Services) and Bonnie Sullivan (Middlesex Savings Bank)

  • Place: MassEcon, 101 Walnut Street, Watertown
  • Dates: February 22, April 19, June 14, October 11
  • Time: 9 – 10:30 am

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Programs & Events: This committee will help determine guest speakers at member meetings; develop events that will foster member networking opportunities, including MassEcon’s industry roundtables; provide guidance in executing signature events including Corporate Welcome Reception and Summer Reception; and assist in developing the topic and speaker line-up for the June Annual Conference. A sub-committee will focus on Team Massachusetts Economic Impact Awards, MassEcon’s blockbuster awards event for 2018 (The Fifteenth Annual Team Massachusetts Economic Impact Awards Luncheon), continuing a tradition of an annual event that provides recognition for expanding Massachusetts companies and visibility and revenue for MassEcon.

Chair: Mike Houllahan (Chase Bank)

  • Place: 1 International Place, Boston
  • Dates: February 9, April 27, September 13 (MEETING AT CHASE AT 50 Rowes Wharf in Boston), October 19
  • Time: 8:30 – 10 am

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Government Relations  This committee will focus on improving and systematizing MassEcon’s communication with the Legislature;  establishing MassEcon’s role as a credible source of insight and information regarding economic development policy and practice; and developing opportunities for communication on key policy issues between MassEcon, its members, the legislature, and the executive branch.

Contact for more information.

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Next Gen: This committee focuses on developing the younger generation of leaders. The committee hosts events that encourage young professionals to network with each other, help them learn from more experienced MassEcon members, and prepare them for larger roles within MassEcon and their professional lives.