EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy ’76 to Speak at UMass Boston Event

Office of Communications | February 20, 2014
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy '76 spoke at UMass Boston in May 2010.

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy '76 spoke at UMass Boston in May 2010.
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McCarthy Taking Part in UMass Alumni Series

UMass Boston alumna Gina McCarthy ‘76, the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, will take part in a breakfast and conversation with fellow alumni and Chancellor J. Keith Motley on March 5.

The Dorchester native, who previously led the EPA’s Office of Air and Radiation and held key environmental jobs in Connecticut and Massachusetts, has 30 years of experience in coordinating policies on economic growth, energy, transportation, and the environment. UMass alumnus Glenn Mangurian ’70, ’73 will lead the conversation, which is part of the University of Massachusetts Alumni Executive Series.

Tickets are $50 for the event, which starts at 7:30 a.m. at the Colonnade Hotel, located at 120 Huntington Avenue in Boston. The breakfast is expected to sell out quickly, so register online now to guarantee your spot.

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