Daniel F. Brosnan
Dan has served as Commissioner of the Arlington Housing Authority since 2011 . He is a life long resident of the Town of Arlington and has worked in the community for over forty years at the Arlington Boys & Girls Club and at the Arlington Recreation Department. In both of these positions Dan worked closely with the tenants of elderly and disabled housing and family public housing . He attends workshops and serves on sub committees to gain insight into the needs and interests of the people served by the Arlington Housing Authority.He graduated from Boston University School of Education and has a Masters degree in Guidance & Counseling from Northeastern University. Dan and his wife Mary Ann have six children and fifteen grandchildren.
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Joseph S. Daly
Joe is 1951 Arlington High graduate and a member of the AHS Hall of Fame, a former State Representative for Arlington from 1973-1975 and has over 30 years as a manager and social worker in the public housing field.. He also worked as a special assistant to Ken Reeves during his many terms as councilor and mayor for the City of Cambridge. Joe has also been a town meeting for over 30 years. Contact Joe at email@example.com
Mr. Mitropoulos was elected to the Arlington Housing Authority Board of Commissioners in 2001 and brings a strong business background and considerable business experience to the Board. He also serves on several subcommittees that reach out to tenants, governmental departments and non-profit organizations in the community.
Nick is a lifetime resident of Arlington, a graduate of Arlington High School, and he has an MBA from Babson College in the areas of Finance and Marketing. Nick and wife Marie have two daughters. Contact Nick at firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard B. Murray
Richard grew up in Arlington, was a local businessman for many years, and has served the Town in many capacities. He was first elected to the Board of Commissioners of the Arlington Housing Authority in 1998.
In addition to his AHA service, Mr. Murray has brought to the Board his experience as: a former member of the Arlington Board Selectman, a Town Meeting Member, and member of the Arlington Council on Aging. Contact Richard at email@example.com
Brian J. Connor - Governor Appointee
Brian is LifeLine’s President and Chief Executive Officer. Brian is responsible for the overall management and direction of the company.
Brian has over 27 years experience working in the ambulance industry. Brian had been the Chief Executive Officer for Armstrong Ambulance Service for 9+ years. Previous to his position as CEO, he has held various clinical and leadership positions at Armstrong since 1981.
In addition to his hands on management experience, Brian is currently, and has served as President for the Massachusetts Ambulance Association for the past 8 years. Through his direction and leadership, the MAA has become one of the most active State Ambulance Associations in the nation. As president, Brian serves on many local and state EMS committee’s and advisory boards. He has presented testimony locally to the Massachusetts Legislature as well as to the Congressional Committee of the United States Congress on the implementation and effects of the Balanced Budget Act and Medicare Ambulance Fee Schedule. He has also pioneered and presented testimony to the Centers for Medicare Services in Baltimore on the subject of ambulance necessity for dialysis patient transfers.
Brian is a graduate of Northeastern University and earned his Masters of Science Degree in Health Care Management from Lesley University.
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