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NEW: Dr. Ann L. Flynn Appointed To Worcester Housing Authority

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

 

Dr. Ann Flynn has been appointed to the Worcester Housing Authority, GoLocalWorcester has learned.

Flynn currently works as the Director of Development at the Guild of St. Agnes, and previously held the position of Assistant Vice President of United Way in Worcester. A graduate of Boston University, she has also worked as a college administrator, she also participates with several volunteer organizations and community initiatives, and was awarded the 2006 YWCA Katharine F. Erskine Award for Community Service. 

Read the letter from Governor Patrick to Flynn below:

Dear Dr. Flynn:

Congratulations on your appointment to the Worcester Housing Authority. Your committment to active citizenship is a tremendous asset to your community, to the Commonwealth, and to the challenges we face.

I appreiate your willingness to serve in this capacity. Your experience and sound judgment will contribute substanitally to the Authority.

Congratulations once again on your appointment. I wish you great success as we move forward.

Sincerely,

Deval Patrick

 

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