A resident of Melrose, Freed is the executive vice president/chief operating officer of Virtual Inc., a Wakefield-based global trade/professional association services company. He is a former vice president at the Massachusetts Hospital Association and is very active in politics, most recently serving as senior strategist for US Rep. Niki Tsongas' successful bid for Congress.
Horrigan is a Lynnfield resident and Saugus business owner. His business, Business Copy Associates, has maintained affiliations with the Boston Red Sox, Boston Bruins, Boston Ballet, North Shore Music Threatre, South Shore Music Circus, Eastern Bank and many more local organizations. Horrigan's business is an active member in the Malden, Chelsea, Woburn and Saugus chambers of commerce and through those associations has raised more than $125,000 for local non-profits.
Glynn is a resident and member of the Board of Selectmen in Wakefield. He is employed at a property management firm in Boston and is active in youth sports and St. Florence's Church in Wakefield.
Maio served on the Wakefield Board of Selectmen for close to 10 years before being named town administrator in June 2008. He maintained a successful career as a lawyer prior to his appointment and continues to be active in the community.
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