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In the news: Phillip Martin
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In the news: Phillip Martin
Phillip Martin, multi-awardwinning journalist and senior investigative reporter for the GBH News Center for Investigative Reporting, will be inducted into the Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame.
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In the news: Deval Patrick
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In the news: Deval Patrick
Deval Patrick, former two-term governor of Massachusetts and impact investment leader, has joined The Vistria Group as senior advisor.
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In the news: Carla Haith
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In the news: Carla Haith
Long-time educator Carla Haith has been selected as the new head of school at Mother Caroline Academy, the only tuition-free, all-girls elementary and middle school in Boston.
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In the news: Jamil Smith
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In the news: Jamil Smith
Jamil Smith, a former essayist at the LA Times, has been named the new editor in chief at The Emancipator, the digital newspaper hosted by the Center for Antiracist Research at Boston University.
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In the news: Tanisha DeLeon
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In the news: Tanisha DeLeon
Tanisha DeLeon, who grew up in Dorchester and Hyde Park, has been named deputy director of Youth Options Unlimited Boston, the city’s Office of Workforce Development announced last month.
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In the news: Natalie Cort
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In the news: Natalie Cort
Natalie Cort, the co-director of the Center for Multicultural & Global Mental Health and an associate professor in the clinical psychology department at William James College, has been named the 2023 Teacher of the Year by the Massachusetts Psychological Association
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In the news: Ralph Griswold
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In the news: Ralph Griswold
Ralph Griswold, a veteran WBZ-TV photojournalist, was inducted this month into the honorary society of the Silver Circle of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Boston/New England Chapter.
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In the news: Clayton H. W. Turnbull
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In the news: Clayton H. W. Turnbull
Clayton H. W. Turnbull, a Jamaica Plain resident, developer and business leader, was recently recognized as a Living Legend by the Museum of African American History Boston/Nantucket.
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In the news: Janelle Woods-McNish
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In the news: Janelle Woods-McNish
Janelle Woods-McNish has been named the chief marketing and diversity officer for The Trustees, according to Katie Theoharides, president and CEO of the Massachusetts-based organization.
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Leaders honored at RFK Community Alliance celebration
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Leaders honored at RFK Community Alliance celebration
On Thursday, Nov. 9, former Congressman Joseph P. Kennedy III and Matt Kennedy, grandsons of the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy, celebrated their grandfather’s legacy and the lasting contributions during the Embracing the Legacy celebration, the 17th annual event of RFK Community Alliance.
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In the news: Pamerson O. Ifill
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In the news: Pamerson O. Ifill
Deputy Commissioner Pamerson O. Ifill has been appointed commissioner of probation for Massachusetts, the first Black person to hold that post. 
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In the news: Monica Tibbits-Nutt
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In the news: Monica Tibbits-Nutt
After two months as acting state secretary of transportation, Monica Tibbits-Nutt has taken on the cabinet position on a permanent basis.
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