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Shattuck Campus Planning Community Advisory Board Members*

Board Members as of September 24, 2018
Name Affiliation
Michelle Botus DMH Children Youth & Family
Kathy Brown Boston Tenants Coalition
Danielle Cerny Stonybrook Neighborhood Assn
Zack Declerk No organizational affiliation
Louis Elisa Garrison Trotter Neighborhood Assn.
Steve Fox South End Forum
Jerome Frazier Grove Hall commercial property owner
Peggy Johnson Commonwealth Care
John Linehan Franklin Park Zoo
Stan McLaren Harvard St Health Center
Carolyn Royce JP Neighborhood Council
Sue Sullivan Newmarket Business Association
Janna Cohen-Rosenthal Franklin Park Coalition
Mark St. John BACHome Mayor’s Advisory Council on Homelessness
Chris Cook City of Boston Chief Environment, Energy and Open Space, Commissioner, Parks and Recreation
Sheila Dillion City of Boston Housing Chief
Jen Tracey City of Boston Office of Recovery Director
Keith Williams City of Boston Civic Engagement, Dir of Policy
Kate Bennett Boston Housing Authority, Director of Policy and Planning
Liana Poston State Representative Liz Malia's office
Ethan Smith State Senator Chang-Diaz's office


*The State Agency Executive Team (SAET) and the consultant team may add additional members to the CAB.

Members of the CAB are invited to participate by SAET in this effort based on their professional and community expertise. In addition to representing a diverse cross-section of professional sectors and areas of interest, the CAB also represents diverse interest and demographics. Participation in the CAB is strictly voluntary. At no time during CAB members’ tenure on the committee will members receive monetary compensation for participation. All members must be approved by the Executive Committee prior to receiving an invitation to participate in this effort.

Criteria for Selection
Selection criteria for CAB membership requires that individuals appointed meet most of the following.

• Recognize the importance of planning and align with the goals and guiding principles of the Shattuck Campus planning process;
• Are effective at making strategic connections between people, ideas, and/or funding;
• Provide representation of Boston in a strategic sector, geography or population (neighborhood association, city agency, populations served by services at the Shattuck campus, community members)
• Are committed to community engagement;
• Have knowledge of and/or experience with landscape of public health services and/or relevant neighborhood/city efforts that might impact or inform the Shattuck Campus planning process;
• Can dedicate time to the process