Jay has worked within the discipline of public health for over 30 years; serving as Director of Public Health and later Commissioner of Health and Human Services for the City of Worcester. Jay’s focus during his tenure in government was to modernize and expand public health capacity; transforming the portfolio of services to be more reflective of the diverse and ever changing needs of the community.
Additionally, Jay led a national public safety program EZ-ID Program, at the Molly Bish Center, Anna Maria College. His legislative advocacy enacted “first in the nation” legislation to review and enhance motor vehicle identification and license plate formatting. He has also served as the Executive Director for the Muscular Dystrophy Association in MA.
Jay’s vast legislative background and public health experience is uniquely designed to help advance the size and stature of the MSO.
Lynda brings to the MSO 20 years of proven experience in the areas of financial oversight, organizational management, customer service improvement, and professional staff development. Lynda's vast working knowledge of both cash and accrual accounting, multi-fund budgets, strategic planning, and financial forecasting are helping the MSO build a strong and stable organization.
Lynda has held management positions in both private industry and education and has a deep working knowledge of executive management information systems and the ability to build strong cooperative relationship and client confidence across many disciplines. While improving membership and staff morale, Lynda brings infectious -umor and a positive attitude to the MSO office.