Domoretsky Named to MTF Board of Trustees
BOSTON-Benchmark’s Senior Vice President for Public Affairs, Brian Domoretsky, was named to the Board of Trustees for the Massachusetts Taxpayer’s Foundation (MTF) at their 90th Annual Meeting on Wednesday, May 3rd.
As a former Chief Financial Officer for the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) and Chief of Staff/Assistant Secretary for the Executive Office of Technology Services and Security (EOTSS), Brian plans to engage with MTF members, fellow trustees, and public officials on policy areas relating to public finance – such as the state budget and capital investments.
“I am honored to be elected to the MTF Board of Trustees for the coming year,” said Brian. “Having been a former State House staffer and most recently serving at the cabinet level of the Patrick and Baker Administrations, I can add a unique perspective to the MTF’s timely, accurate, and objective analysis of the public policy landscape here in the Commonwealth.”
Founded in 1932, the MTF is widely recognized as the state’s premier public policy organization dealing with state and local fiscal, tax and economic policies. MTF’s record of high-quality research and non-partisan analysis has earned the organization broad credibility on Beacon Hill and across the Commonwealth. Their mission is to provide accurate, unbiased research with balanced, thoughtful recommendations that strengthen the state’s finances and economy in order to foster the long-term, well-being of the Commonwealth.
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