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Maureen Glynn is a partner at Murphy Donoghue Partners. With more than 25 years of governmental affairs experience, Maureen provides day-to-day client management and counsel to multiple clients from a wide spectrum of sectors, including hospitals, physician groups, software developers, e-commerce companies, consumer credit organizations, solid waste management/recycling firms, gaming interests and non-profit charitable organizations.
Maureen has worked at the Massachusetts House of Representatives for a major committee with jurisdiction over most regulated industries including public utilities, energy firms, telecommunications, alcoholic beverages, professional licensing and gaming. She serves on the Quincy College Board of Governors, where she is currently Second Vice-Chair.
Issues Management Group, Counsel 1992-2013
Massachusetts House of Representatives 1984-1992
Joint Legislative Committee on Government Regulations, Research Director 1989-1992, Research Staff, 1987-1989, Legislative Aide 1984-1987
Suffolk University Law School, J.D. 1993
Suffolk University, B.S. 1988
Court / bar admissions
Appropriations & funding; Business strategies & positioning; Coalition building; Community relations; Ethics, lobbying & campaign finance; Government relations; Grassroots; Health care reform advocacy; Issues research & drafting; Lobbying / Government relations; Permitting & approvals; Political navigation; Public policy; Real estate & project development; Regulatory advocacy & consulting; State & local advocacy; Taxation
E-commerce; Financial Services; Healthcare; Insurance; Non-profit; Real Estate Development; Technology; Telecommunications; Trade Associations; Transportation
Quincy College Board of Governors, 2nd vice Chair
Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus
- represented a major retailer for relief from outdated pricing statute
- represented major manufacturers on product liability legislation
- steered passage of Massachusetts Gaming Control Statute
- negotiated settlement in lieu of ballot question on teacher evaluation
- intervened on legislation for private non-profit consumer finance counseling agency
- achieved passage of legislation providing statutory recognition for professional behavioral health counselors association
- defeated attempts to expand medical scope of services to non-medical professionals
Quincy College appoints Maureen Glynn as Board of Governors Vice Chair