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Kathy McMahon

As Associate Principal and Director of Marketing of CBT, Kathy McMahon is responsible for public relations, marketing and business development, and oversees the task of securing new work and promoting the people, projects and initiatives of CBT.  More

Michael Morris

Attorney Michael G. Morris is a communications and legal professional with experience working at the highest levels of business, government, law, politics, and public policy. More

Joseph I. Mulligan III

Joe Mulligan is the City of Boston’s Deputy Director for Capital Construction. The Department is comprised of over 50 project management professionals who oversee all planning, programming, design and construction of capital-funded building projects, including new schools, police & fire stations, community centers, libraries, administrative and operations facilities as well as other real estate services and Mayoral initiatives. The Department manages nearly $500 million dollars of active and anticipated design and construction contracts serving the capital needs of Mayor Thomas M. Menino’s Administration. More

Judith Nitsch

Judy Nitsch is Founding Principal of Nitsch Engineering, Inc., an 82-person firm in Boston. Established in 1989, the firm has provided civil engineering, land surveying, transportation engineering, planning, sustainable site consulting, and GIS services on projects in 18 states and five countries. More

William L. Parker

William L. Parker is co-chair of the firm's Commercial Law Department and a partner in the firm's Boston office. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Parker was in private practice in Boston. Formerly as assistant United States attorney in the Criminal and Civil Litigation Divisions, Mr. Parker represented the United States in over one hundred cases, including cases involving the Clean Air Act; the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act; and its Massachusetts counterpart, Chapter 21E. More