Mary Kate spends her days answering hundreds of constituent questions through email, phone calls, in-person visits, letters and on Twitter. She also manages official proclamations and greeting letters. She loves helping citizens navigate government and answering their questions, even though she's occasionally been called some names we can't legally publish here. In her spare time, she likes to travel and is a huge Beatles fan.
Commissioner, Division of Health Care Finance and Policy
Commissioner David Morales joined the Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance and Policy (DHCFP) in January 2010. He has an extensive career in public service, as well as a passionate dedication to civic engagement and mentoring. At DHCFP, Commissioner Morales is committed to improving health care quality and containing health care costs by examining the Massachusetts health care delivery system and providing objective information, developing and recommending policies, and implementing strategies that benefit the people of the Commonwealth. He is also dedicated to community activities and participates in a number of organizations that promote Latino youth leadership and foster Latino culture and traditions. Commissioner Morales lives in Lynn, MA with his wife and two sons.
Governor, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Governor Deval Patrick was elected in November of 2006. Over the course of his first term, he worked with the Legislature to preserve marriage equality, position Massachusetts as a global leader in clean energy, and pass a 10-year, $1 billion package to promote the state's life sciences industry. Governor Patrick has also signed into law four major reform bills, including education reform, pension reform, transportation reform, and the most sweeping ethics, lobbying, and campaign finance reforms in years. Read Governor Patrick's full bio.
Director, MA Recovery & Reinvestment Office
Jeffrey brings over 30 years of experience as a senior real estate professional to his role as Director of the stimulus office. Jeffrey’s work has taken him around the country and around the world, building everything from condominiums to subdivisions to army bases to master planned communities. He’s lived in Bermuda working for the Government of Bermuda, consulted for the US Department of Defense in Kiev in the Ukraine, lived and worked in Nashville, Tennessee, and is now fixing up a place in Boston. Most recently, his work brought him back to live in his hometown of Ipswich in the house he and his wife, Virginia, built nearly 30 years ago and where they raised their three daughters. Read Jeffrey's full bio.