Bay State businessman Mark Cohen, a resident of Concord, was unanimously re-elected as Chairman of the Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization which advocates for fiscal responsibility, transparency, and accountability in state government and increased opportunity for the citizens of Massachusetts.
MassFiscal is the largest issue advocacy organization in Massachusetts. Cohen has served on the Board of Directors for the organization since its inception in 2012 and was first elected Chair in 2017.
“My thanks to our Board of Directors for again placing their confidence in me to lead this great organization,” said Cohen. “We’ve accomplished a great deal over the last year, and I look forward to continuing our mission of fighting for fiscal responsibility, transparency, and accountability at the State House. These common-sense values are needed now, more than ever, on Beacon Hill.”
The Board also welcomed a new member, as they added former GOP candidate for State Auditor Helen Brady to their ranks. Paul Diego Craney, Jim Curtis, Danielle Huntley, Mike Kane, Carl Nelson, Jim Rappaport, David Parker, Wendy Wakeman, and Brad Williams all rejoined the Board of Directors for another term. Curtis was elected to serve as the Board’s new treasurer, while Kane was re-elected to serve as Clerk. Jim Rappaport was once again tapped to lead the organizations fundraising efforts as Finance Chairman.