FRAMINGHAM – Nancy Novo O’Connor, a long-time Framingham resident, has been appointed to Governor Baker’s Latino Advisory Commission. She was appointed July 23, and sworn in today, August 12.
“I am honored and thrilled to have been appointed to this Commission, and excited to focus on issues vital to the success of Latinos across the commonwealth, including right here in my city of Framingham.”
The Governor’s Latino Advisory Commission (LAC) was launched in July of 2017 with Governor Baker’s Executive Order 577. The Commission was assembled to advise the Governor and Lieutenant Governor on matters of well-being and economic prosperity to the Latino community statewide. The Commission reviews and assesses priorities of the Latino community and reports recommendations and measurement metrics to the Governor and Lt. Governor.
Novo O’Connor is a first-generation Cuban-American who grew up in Jamaica Plain and Needham, making her home in Framingham in 1999.
A graduate of Boston College, she worked in the commercial insurance industry handling litigation for almost two decades, including managing cases for municipalities with MIIA, the Massachusetts Interlocal Insurance Association.
She has been passionately active in the Framingham Public Schools, serving on school councils, as president of PTOs for elementary and middle schools, and currently, Framingham High School.
She served on the Framingham Superintendent and High School Principal search committees.
Novo O’Connor currently works at O’Connor & Associates, LLC, a civil litigation law firm in Sudbury.