Laura M. Marlin brings to the Auditor’s Office more than a decade of management experience in the public sector. As Commissioner of the Division of Occupational Safety from May 2007 through May 2010, Marlin oversaw a state agency with seven offices across the Commonwealth which administered workplace safety and health, asbestos, lead and wage-related programs. Her technological reforms such as putting the prevailing wage system online led to greater transparency and efficiency in the division.
Prior to being appointed Commissioner, Marlin served as Deputy Chief of Staff to Attorney General Thomas Reilly and as an Assistant Attorney General prosecuting cases involving computer crimes, fraud, embezzlement and public corruption.
Marlin received a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Northeastern University and a juris doctorate from Northeastern University School of Law.