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FRAMINGHAM – Audrey Hall, a Framingham resident, was recently elected by the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women (MCSW) to the office of Vice-Chair. Hall was appointed to the Commission in 2018 by Senate President Karen E. Spilka. She served as Vice-Chair of the MCSW’s Legislative and Public Policy Committee from 2019 to 2020 and as Chair of the MCSW’s Budget and Personnel Committee from 2020 to 2021. In March of 2020 after Governor Baker declared a state of emergency for the COVID-19 pandemic, Hall was elected to serve as Chair of the MCSW’s COVID-19 Action Committee.
Hall is a Strategic Communications Consultant with 35 years of Executive Leadership in Marketing and Operations in the private and public sectors. She is the President of the Board of Directors of Framingham Public Access Television and the Executive Producer and Host of The Audrey Hall Show on YouTube, RCN, Verizon and Comcast. Hall is a Mayoral appointee to the Framingham Council on Aging, serving as Clerk. Hall served as an elected town meeting member in Framingham for 19 years and 12 years as Chair of the Ways and Means Committee.
Speaking about her new role as Vice-Chair, Hall said, “I am relentlessly passionate about justice, equality, and integrity in government. It’s an honor and a privilege to put that passion to work in this leadership role at the MCSW on behalf of all women and girls in the Commonwealth.”
The Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women is an independent state agency that was legislatively created in 1998 to advance women of the Commonwealth to full equality in all areas of life and to promote their rights and opportunities. The work of the MCSW has grown to include 11 regional commissions. The MCSW provides a permanent, effective voice for the women of Massachusetts.