FRAMINGHAM – The 11-member Framingham City Council unanimously approved two women to the Framingham Human Relations Commission on Tuesday, June 29.
“The purpose of the Commission shall be to deal with the causes of intergroup disunity, including the elimination of bias, discrimination, and prejudice against minority groups, and to establish affirmative action programs to ensure equal protection of law for all groups regardless
of race, color, religious creed, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, or any other protected class recognized under state or federal law.”
Framingham 20-year resident Harper “brings to the board skills and experience in human resources, diversity and inclusion, finances, auditing, and management and operations,” wrote the Mayor to the City Council in her nomination.
Harper has served on the Commission for 5-years, including co-chair this year, according to her application.
Wiemert “has knowledge and experience working on challenges related to food systems and their interconnection to poverty, health care, housing, and more,” wrote the Mayor in her nomination.
“I am a new Framingham resident and am eager to be involved in a meaningful way with my new community,” wrote the applicant.
Other members of the Commission, all appointed by Spicer include:
District 2 resident Michael Genovese whose term ends in June 2021
District 3 resident Erica Mash whose term ends in June 2022
District 3 resident Jose Ivan Roman who terms ends in June 2021
District 4 resident and City of Framingham employee Renan Pinheiro whose terms ends in June 2023
District 4 resident Nayagara Viera whose terms ends in June 2023
District 5 resident Constance Warner whose terms ends in June 2022
District 6 resident Dana Essigmann whose terms ends in June 2023
District 6 resident Eleanor Anbinder whose term ends in June 2021
District 7 resident Robert Anspach whose terms ends in June 2023
District 7 resident Timothy Lee whose terms ends in June 2023
District 8 resident Bianca Blackman whose terms ends in June 2022