Bill Golden

Mr. Golden is an attorney and politician, representing the Norfolk and Plymouth district in the Massachusetts Senate from 1985–1991. He graduated from Yale University and earned his Juris Doctorate from Boston University. Mr. Golden was also awarded an MPA from Harvard University. He is the recipient of various honors including a Silver Medal from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the David B. Stone Award which he shares with fellow recipients, including Walter Cronkite, Jacques Cousteau and Senator John Kerry. Mr. Golden has over 30 years experience as a federal official, a member of federal and state advisory commissions, an officer of various non-governmental organizations, a city solicitor and a state legislator.

Bill Delahunt

Mr. Delahunt is a former U.S. Representative for Massachusetts’s 10th congressional district, serving from 1997 to 2011, and currently chair of The Delahunt Group. As one of his first initiatives in Congress, Mr. Delahunt created the bipartisan caucus on the United States Coast Guard, which he co-chaired with two other Coast Guard veterans, Reps. Howard Coble (R-NC) and Gene Taylor (D-MS).

Jane Garvey

Ms. Garvey is the North America Chairman of Meridiam Infrastructure. She has held a number of senior positions across the public and private infrastructure sector in the United States, most recently serving on the Transition Team for President Barack Obama with a focus on transportation policies. Prior to that, Ms. Garvey headed the U.S. Public/Private Partnerships advisory group at JPMorgan, where she advised states on financing strategies to facilitate much-needed project delivery for state governments. From 1997 to 2002, she served as the 14th Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), having been nominated by President Clinton and confirmed by the Senate in August 1997. She was the first FAA administrator to serve a five year term and was responsible for navigating the industry through the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Warren Baker

Mr. Baker heads the corporate practice of Baker, Braverman and Barbadoro P.C., and serves as corporate counsel to numerous business organizations. His tax practice includes tax planning, mergers, acquisitions, and recapitalizations, as well as representation before the Internal Revenue Service and the Massachusetts Department of Revenue. Mr. Baker received his undergraduate degree, with distinction, from Cornell University and his Juris Doctorate from Boston University School of Law. Mr. Baker is admitted to practice in all state courts in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, and the United States Tax Court.

Paul Josephson

Mr. Josephson is a Partner in Duane Morris and the Former Chief Counsel and Chief of Authorities to the Governor of New Jersey. Josephson has been selected to serve on a three-member Executive Committee of the NICHI Board in spearheading the organization’s national coastal infrastructure campaign. Mr. Josephson represents clients in a broad spectrum of business matters, usually involving significant public interests or regulated by government agencies, including government contracting and administration; business permitting and licensing; economic incentives; development/redevelopment; condemnation and regulatory takings; transportation and infrastructure; environmental, energy, banking and insurance regulation; government ethics; and campaign finance.

Paul Rosenberg

Mr. Rosenberg is a partner in The Bridgespan Group’s Boston office. At Bridgespan, he leads teams developing strategies for organizations focusing on public health, education and disadvantaged populations, with a particular focus on advocacy and the intersection of the non-profit and government sectors. He co-authored “Innovation Imbalance” which was featured at the World Economic Forum’s Healthcare Board of Governors in Davos in 2004, and was published in The Economist and In Vivo, among others. He is also currently a member of the Dean’s Advisory Board of the Boston University School of Public Health and a member of the Board of Advisers of The Harvard Law School Public Service Venture Fund. Mr. Rosenberg is a graduate of Harvard College (AB, magna cum laude), Harvard Law School (JD) and Harvard Business School (MBA, with distinction), and is a member of the Massachusetts and Federal bars.

John Rotenberg

Mr. Rotenberg is the former Vice President of US OPIC, Former Treasurer of the Robert Kennedy Action Corp, President Advanced Communications. He is the Founder and President of Advanced Communications, a public relations firms that designs and implements marketing and public communications programs for real estate, political and small business clients. Mr. Rotenberg is an active and well known political fundraising expert. His recent experience includes, Jewish Outreach for Obama for America in 2012, the Ohio House Democratic Caucus in 2010, Co-Finance Director United for Jobs and Ohio’s Future 2010, Senior Advisor for Obama for America in 2008 and Finance Chair for the Denver 2008 Convention Host Committee.

Richard Taylor

Mr. Taylor is currently serves as chairman of the Taylor-Smith Companies, where he manages multiple real estate business entities. He has earned a JD, Harvard Law School; an MBA, Harvard Business School; a BS, Boston University; and was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University.He has development experience in the residential, retail, and commercial sectors of the real estate industry. Mr. Taylor is the former vice president of development at FMR Properties Inc., where he helped convert the old Commonwealth Pier in Boston Harbor into Boston’s World Trade Center. He initiated construction of the new South Station Bus Terminal, the Old Colony Commuter Rail project, and the $14 billion Big Dig project

Pam Mount

Mrs. Mount serves on and is the founding chair of the board of Sustainable Jersey, a nonprofit that works to promote sustainability in over 400 municipalities across the state. She served on the Lawrence Town Council for 12 years. She was mayor three times during her tenure, and played an active role serving on numerous committees and working with several community organizations. The recipient of numerous awards, Mrs. Mount was honored by the New Jersey Society of Women Environmental Professionals (NJSWEP) for her efforts to promote environmental sustainability in the local community and beyond, and was honored for her Sustainable Jersey work at the 2010 League of Municipalities conference. In 2012, NJ Biz Magazine named her one of the “Top 50 Women in Business.”