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Neal Glick

Neal Glick is a partner at Donovan Hatem LLP, a Boston law firm. Neal holds degrees in both law and in Architecture and Urban Planning. His legal practice is focused on land use, environmental law and real estate development and finance. Neal has represented clients in connection with large infrastructure projects such as the Central Artery and Logan Airport expansion, the construction of major office buildings and residential projects. More

Rob Haimes

Rob Haimes worked in design and publishing technology for 25 years, starting in 1980 when he joined the staff of the Visible Language Workshop, the experimental graphics section of what later became the MIT Media Lab. After MIT he worked with developers of publishing systems to define next-generation tools, and with customers to align publishing workflow and business objectives. More

Julia Halevy

Julia Halevy is Provost and Academic Vice President of the Boston Architectural College. More

Christine Hughes

Christine Hughes has practiced law in the public and private sectors for over 30 years, including 24 years in higher education. She is currently Vice President and General Counsel of Emerson College in Boston. In that capacity, she oversees all legal matters including governance, employment and labor relations, intellectual property, business contracts, tax, gifts and bequests, real estate, construction, government investigations, litigation, and supervision of outside counsel. More

Arthur J. Hurley III

Arthur J. Hurley, III, is President of Arthur J. Hurley Company, Inc., located in the Roxbury section of Boston. Established in 1929 by Mr. Hurley's grandfather Arthur J. Hurley, Sr., the company is a family owned and operated distributor of electrical wire and cable. The company serves a broad base of customers in the New England area that build and maintain electrical systems for use in the construction, transit, power generation, and the utility distribution industries. More