He taught sixth grade social studies in the Two Way bilingual program at Walsh Middle School in Framingham, MA. He also taught in the Framingham Adult English as a Second Language (FAESL) program and coached 7th and 8th grade football.
Josh wanted to try his hand as a news broadcaster and from there, it was time for a career change and a move with his wife, Becca, to San Diego. Josh became an associate producer at KNSD (NBC) before moving to Grand Junction, Colorado to become a reporter at KREX (CBS). It was from the western slope of the Rockies to the next stop in America's heartland, where Josh began reporting and storm chasing at WHOI (ABC) in Peoria, Illinois.
He then returned to the northeast as a reporter at WNEP (ABC) in Scranton, Pennsylvania. There he won an Associated Press award for investigative journalism.
After several years away, Josh is thrilled to be back home sharing the stories of the people of New England. Josh and Becca welcomed a daughter, Sophie Rachel, into the family in January 2009 and a son, Nathan Samuel, in March 2011.
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Connecticut Bureau Chief Brian Burnell is Connecticut born and raised. His mom is from East Hartford, his dad from Torrington, and Brian grew up in New Fairfield, graduating from Immaculate High School in Danbury.
He went on to Syracuse University where he lettered in football and received a bachelor's degree in 1979.
His first job in television news came in Syracuse as well where he was a reporter/photographer (a 'one man band' in news speak) at WTVH for a couple of years.
From there he moved on to WRGB in Albany where he spent 8 years working his way up from reporter to anchor before moving on to Connecticut. He spent 8 years at WTNH in New Haven, the last two as main anchor, before joining NECN in 1999.
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Ally began her career as a Public Affairs Officer for Children's
Hospital, Boston and later moved up the ranks to become editor of WHERE
She launched her television career at WPRI in Providence, RI, and began working for NECN as a freelance reporter in 1999 and joined the station full time in 2004.Ally has covered everything from the Rhode Island nightclub fire to the Catholic Church sexual abuse crisis to the Big Dig Tunnel collapse.
She also wrote and produced NECN's award-winning documentary "The Long Journey Home."
She graduated from Marquette University, and lives with her husband and daughter on the South Shore of Boston.
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He hosts NECN's CEO Corner interview show, airing Sunday nights at 8:30 p.m., and also appears each Sunday on This Week in Business with co-hosts Mike Nikitas, NECN anchor, and Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce president Paul Guzzi.
He's reported extensively for NECN on the rollout of casino gambling in Massachusetts, residential and commercial real estate developments and trends, aviation and rail transportation, and job market and economic trends, and fills in as a business anchor.
He also reports NECN's weekly Money Saving Mondays consumer advice feature and is a frequent host or panel moderator for business and economic forums.
Howe came to NECN following two decades with The Boston Globe, where he edited several editions of The Globe 100 and covered the Massachusetts State House, Big Dig, Boston Harbor cleanup, Boston City Hall, and business beats including airlines, energy, telecommunications, and technology.
Born in Boston, Howe lives in Newton, Mass., and is married to the novelist Holly LeCraw Howe (The Swimming Pool, The Half-Brother) and graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College in 1986.
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Alison King made her political reporting debut at NECN covering the 1996 U.S. Senate race between Massachusetts Governor William Weld and Senator John Kerry.
Since then, she's covered three Presidential races and a wide range of New England political stories including a documentary on Massachuetts Senator Ted Kennedy.
Prior to joining NECN, King was a reporter at WFSB-TV in Hartford, CT. She has also worked as an anchor/reporter at News 12 in Norwalk, CT and WECT-TV in Wilmington, NC.
King also worked on programming for ABC Sports during the 1988 Winter Olympic Games and at ABC's Good Morning America.
King has earned a number of awards for her work including three Emmy Awards, two Gracie Awards, several Associated Press Awards, and she was a contributing member to NECN's 2000 Dupont award.
Alison was the reporter and producer of the May, 2007 documentary, "The Education of Deval Patrick, The First 100 Days,'' which exclusively chronicled the first tumultuous months of the administration of the Massachusetts governor.
She holds a undergraduate degree from Colgate University, and a Masters Degree from NYU's School of Journalism. King is a native of Orange, Connecticut. She and her husband live in Boston with their two children.
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She started her career in Bangor at WABI-TV and then spent four years working as a reporter and anchor at WGME-TV in Portland, Maine. During those years she fell in love with the state and won several awards from the Maine Associated Press and the Maine Association of Broadcasters for her reporting work.
After her time in Portland, Marnie spent a year working for KOCO-TV in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma where she learned how to chase tornadoes!
Marnie then went on to work as a freelance reporter at WCVB-TV in Boston for several years before returning to Maine to raise her family.
Marnie grew up in Leominster, Massachusetts. She now lives outside of Portland with her husband and two young girls.
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Justin started his broadcast career as an intern at WFLA NewsChannel 8 in Tampa, FL prior to his stint beginning in November of 2006 at KCBD NewsChannel 11 in Lubbock, TX.
Justin spent two years at KCBD as a reporter, multi-media journalist and fill-in anchor before moving on to Toledo, OH to work for WTOL News 11.
While in Toledo, Justin served as the Wood County Bureau Chief and fill-in anchor. Most recently Justin worked for WEWS NewsChannel 5 in Cleveland, OH as a reporter and fill-in anchor.
Justin comes from, Carlisle, PA, a small Civil War town in south central Pennsylvania and earned his B.S. in Public Administration from Shippensburg University.
Justin currently resides in Quincy with his pal Arlow, an adopted boxer-mix.
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He subsequently worked as news director at WINQ-FM in central Massachusetts before taking a position as chief anchor and news director at Talk America Radio Networks. Scott also hosted and co-hosted various syndicated radio programs at Talk America.
After a foray into the public relations field, Scott worked as a television health reporter at WNDS-TV in Derry, New Hampshire.
As a health reporter, Scott earned an American Heart Association Media Award and a citation from New Hampshire's former Governor Craig Benson.
Scott has spent much of his time since 1998 as a traffic reporter for Metro Networks in Boston, where he currently serves as assistant director of operations.
His work at Metro has included reporting on traffic conditions for numerous Boston radio and television stations. He occasionally reports for WBZ radio's "Traffic on the Threes" (where his traffic reporting career began) from both the ground and the air. He currently can be seen each weekday morning, reporting on traffic conditions for all of New England on NECN.
Scott is also co-owner of Across the Board Productions, a full-service production company specializing in syndicated talk radio.
A lifelong New Englander, Scott grew up in Revere, Massachusetts and currently resides in New Hampshire. When he's not covering traffic, Scott enjoys spending time with his wife Flora, their three young daughters, Rebecca, Meghan and Hannah and their son, Evan.
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John Moroney joined NECN in April 2004 as a general assignment reporter from WFSB TV-3, the CBS affiliate in Connecticut, where he was a general assignment reporter and the Chief Political Reporter for the station.
Moroney is a seasoned and award-winning journalist, having more than two decades of broadcast and print experience. He has reported on a wide range of issues, including: national presidential campaigns to state and local politics; the aftermath of September 11th; the RI Station nightclub fire; the Catholic Church crisis; same sex marriage in Massachusetts; the Big Dig; and the Entwhistle murders.
Moroney received his BA from Northeastern University and Master's degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where he was awarded the John M. Patterson Prize for Nightly News.
Prior to joining NECN, Moroney worked as a reporter for WFSB TV-3 and NBC affiliate WWLP-TV 22 in Springfield; as well as an anchor and managing editor for the MediaOne cable news network.
He also worked for several years as a print reporter and editor for daily and weekly newspapers in Massachusetts. During his career, Moroney has received several awards from the New England Press Association.
Moroney, a native of Acton, Massachusetts, lives in the Greater Boston area with his wife and two children.
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Alysha Palumbo is a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor at NECN. She joined the station in March 2009.
A native New Englander, Alysha grew up in Sutton, Massachusetts and is a proud alumna of Sutton High School. She graduated summa cum laude from Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
Alysha began her career as a reporter at WPBN (NBC) in Traverse City, Michigan, eventually anchoring the 5 p.m. newscast there. She went on to report and fill-in anchor at WIVB-WNLO (CBS & CW) in Buffalo, New York. There, Alysha won a New York State Broadcasters Association Award and was nominated for a New York Emmy Award.
Moving back home to New England in 2009, Alysha became a weekend anchor at WPRI-WNAC (CBS & FOX) in Providence, Rhode Island. Now, she enjoys covering local news in and around her home state for NECN. Alysha lives in Oxford, Massachusetts with her husband Chris (a videographer at NECN), their son Bryce, and their two dogs, Maggie and Brady.
You can follow her on Twitter @AlyshaNECN, friend her on Facebook at Alysha Palumbo NECN, and, of course, say hi if you see her out on a story!
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He joined the NBC Owned Station in Boston in May 2014 after spending nearly four years at sister station, NBC Connecticut.
While at WVIT Jeff covered a wide range of stories and was most recently the station's political reporter as well as a fill-in anchor.
He conducted one-on-one interviews with Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy and retiring Senator Joe Lieberman. Jeff also led the station's coverage for President Obama's four visits to the Nutmeg State.
Jeff was an integral part of the station's Peabody Award winning coverage from 2012.
He was also a key player in the station's coverage of two major storms, Sandy and Irene. Jeff traveled to Washington, D.C., as the only Connecticut TV station to cover the federal investigation into why a commuter train derailed in Bridgeport. He was on the ground in New Hampshire for the first in the nation presidential primary, providing live continuing coverage.
Jeff came to Connecticut after spending 7 years in Albany, New York where he was a general assignment reporter and weekend anchor. His reporting was recognized by the Associated Press for a story about an in-depth look at what a specialized team of firefighters goes through to train.
He received his bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism from Ithaca College and the Roy H. Park School of Communications.
Jeff is thrilled to be in Boston covering the news that matters to you.
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She says there are as many stories to tell in Maine as there are miles of coastline, so there's never a dull moment. Before joining NECN, Amy worked for WGME-TV in Portland, ME and WVII in Bangor, ME.
She's been honored with an Emmy and numerous awards from the Associated Press and the Maine Association of Broadcasters.
Amy holds a degree in Political Science from Connecticut College and a Master's degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Amy is also a Master Gardener. She helped launch a community garden in Yarmouth, ME and helps run a children's garden camp there every summer.
She lives in Yarmouth with her husband, Tux, and their son. She also has 2 grown step sons.
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Current, perceptive, hip, Kathryn engages her viewers daily at NECN and has also appeared nationally on CNBC, The Weather Channel, and other NBC affiliates across the country. Internationally, she appeared on BBC Radio during the Boston Bombings.
Kathryn came to NECN in April of 2013 from WPRI in Providence, RI. Her first full week on TV was during the Boston Bombings. Kathryn was reporting on Marathon Monday, and also during the very sad, but intense days that followed. The pain and sorrow of that day is something she'll never forget. She snapped into action, reporting the vital information that viewers needed to know.
Prior to NECN and WPRI she worked at WMUR in Manchester, NH; WMTW in Portland, ME and WMGM in Atlantic City, NJ where she was a General Assignment Reporter. While in Providence, Manchester, Portland and Atlantic City, Kat covered a broad range of stories with both local and national interest, including interviewing presidential candidates in the 2008 primary.
Locally, Kathryn presents the news and issues NECN's viewing public cares about. She's the lead reporter on emerging pivotal topics - from the Boston Bombings to the Aaron Hernandez investigation to the critical issues that affect local cities and towns.
Personal knowledge of New England, its mood, its play-makers, its economy and dynamics enable Kat to not only get the story, but to deliver the story with rigorous objectivity, engendering the trust of her audience.
She received a degree from Northeastern University in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science.
Besides a strong presence on camera, activities such as school reading events, walk-a-thons, career awareness days and scholarship judging all highlight Kat's genuine sense of community.
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A native of Westford, Massachusetts, Jack covered Vermont for nine years at the state's CBS affiliate, WCAX. His work there received several journalism honors, including a regional Edward R. Murrow award in 2011 for his continuing coverage of a kidnapping and murder in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom.
Jack won other regional Murrows in 2007 for best feature story and in 2006 for best news series.
In 2008, the United States Small Business Administration named Jack its Vermont journalist of the year, for his popular and long-running series of reports called "Made in Vermont" that highlighted the state's business community and entrepreneurial spirit.
Jack is a 2002 graduate of Middlebury College.
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Greg Wayland is a general assignment reporter with NECN. He is a native New Englander and a twenty-year veteran of television news.
Wayland has worked as an anchor and reporter at Boston's WNEV-TV (now WHDH) and WBZ-TV, and at WPRI-TV in Providence.
Wayland began his career as an editorial assistant at the Boston Globe. He has also worked for WINK-TV in Fort Myers, FL and WTSP-TV in Tampa/St. Petersburg, FL.
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Steve Aveson joined NECN in June 2010 and was named co-host of The Morning Show, in January 2011.
Aveson is a TV news veteran with deep experience in New England and nationally.
Locally, Aveson has worked as an anchor, reporter and host at WBZ, WFXT, and WCVB in Boston; and at WPRI-TV in Providence, Rhode Island.
Nationally, Aveson worked as an anchor, correspondent and host at ABC News, ABC’s 20/20 and ABC’s Good Morning America; the Discovery Channel and the Christian Science Monitor.
From Moscow and Madrid to Dublin and Nagano, he has tracked world events and breaking news, and his work has earned him respect as a storyteller along with 6 Emmy awards and the privilege of filing reports from all 50 of the United States.
As a college student, Aveson toured the country with The Royal Lichtenstein Circus and then came to Boston as a Founding Member of the Boston Shakespeare Company. During summers he worked as a street performer in Harvard Square, earning tuition toward his eventual degree from Wheelock College.
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Bridget grew up on a horse farm in Saratoga County in Upstate New York, but living and working in New England has been on Bridget's wish list since she was a young girl visiting Cape Cod with her family.
Bridget's career began in Albany, NY as a multimedia journalist at Capital News 9/YNN. While there, she gained experience both on air and behind the scenes.
As an anchor, reporter and producer at WKBW in Buffalo, NY, Bridget was part of the coverage for major events including the February 2009 crash of Continental Airlines flight 3407, which killed 50 people in the Buffalo suburb of Clarence Center.
As a volunteer with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society since 2009, Bridget has raised more than fifteen thousand dollars through independent fundraisers, while also participating in three marathon events - including the 2012 Boston Marathon - and a Spartan Race - at Fenway Park - with the LLS Team in Training.
Bridget lives with her Husband, Shaun, their daughter Quinn and their American Bulldog, Wakefield (yes, named after the former Red Sox Pitcher) on the North Shore of Massachusetts.
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Jim Braude hosts Broadside: The News with Jim Braude, NECN's newest news and analysis show, weeknights on NECN.
Braude has an earlier history with NECN as host of the station's Emmy Award-winning Talk of New England in the 1990's.
By day, he is a radio talk-show host at 96.9FM with Margery Eagan of the Boston Herald.
He started his career as a legal services lawyer in the South Bronx, and was the first president of the National Union of Legal Services. He was the executive director of TEAM (Tax Equity Alliance for Massachusetts), a tax reform group, from 1987 to 1996, and then served as a Cambridge City Councilor from 1999 to 2000.
He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and New York University's Law School.
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Before her return to NECN, Jackie spent three years at WWLP-22News in Springfield, Mass. where she was the weekend evening anchor and Hampshire County Bureau reporter. Among the many high-profile stories Jackie covered during her time there, she was the chief reporter on the Phoebe Prince bullying case, covered the tornado in June 2011, anchored during Hurricane Irene and reported on the Northampton Arsons of December 2009. She has a knack for in-depth and tactful reporting, breaking stories, securing exclusive interviews and leading key investigations.
Jackie was no stranger to the television before her broadcast journalism career blossomed. She was named Miss Massachusetts USA in 2008 and placed in the top ten at the nationally televised Miss USA Pageant that year. She also was a coach on MTV’s MADE and was host on NewEngland.com’s “New England TV” where she explored and reported on the sites of New England .
Jackie earned her Broadcast Journalism degree from Boston University.
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She joined the NECN family as a morning reporter in 2005, arriving from WWLP-22 in Springfield, MA, where she had been a weekday anchor.
A native of Boston's Dorchester neighborhood, Edwards graduated magna cum laude from Emerson College with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. She began her career as a news writer for WBZ-1030AM radio, and later reported for the Fox affiliate WICZ-TV 40 in Binghamton, NY.
She first anchored television for MediaOne cable news network, while also reporting as the morning drive news anchor for WILD 1090AM.
Additionally, Edwards has instructed courses for the Connecticut School of Broadcasting. In 2002, Edwards was crowned Miss Massachusetts in the USA pageant. She is married, and greatly enjoys volunteering with youth groups.
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In October 2009, Gaydos and a team from NECN won a national Edward R. Murrow Award for "The Forgotten Fire," a half-hour documentary that she wrote and co-produced in 2008. The documentary shed light on the extensive code violations in a Massachusetts office building where five people were killed trying to escape a fire in 2000. The story also won a regional Associated Press Award for best documentary.
In addition, "The Forgotten Fire" was credited with helping to pass stalled legislation in Massachusetts that closed a loophole in state sprinkler laws and regulations.
Gaydos also contributed to a collection of in-depth reports that won NECN the Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Broadcast Journalism Award. She is a Gabriel Award winner, an Edward R. Murrow Regional Award winner, an Associated Press Award winner and was also honored by the American Women in Radio and Television with a Gracie Award.
Gaydos began her career in television as a reporter and anchor at WTRF-TV in Wheeling, West Virginia.
She is a native of the Pittsburgh, PA area, and holds a degree in broadcast journalism from Boston University. She and her husband live in the suburbs west of Boston and have three children.
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Kristy Lee is currently the co-anchor for First Thing in the Morning and NECN Morning weekdays on NECN.
Her career began in 1994 in Palm Springs, California where she worked as the weekend anchor/reporter at the ABC affiliate. A year later, she moved to Spokane, Washington also as weekend anchor/reporter, this time at the CBS affiliate.
In 1997, she arrived in Boston to work at WHDH, eventually as weekday morning and noon anchor. She went by her maiden name, Kristy Kim. Four and a half years later, she took on the main anchor job at the CBS affiliate in Seattle, Washington.
She returned to Boston in 2005. "Out of all my moves, and I've had many as you can see, this was the best. It's great to be home again with family and friends and working at a wonderful station like NECN."
Kristy immigrated to America at age 7. She was born in Taegue, South Korea. Her parents named her Yun Kyong Kim, but when she became a US citizen, she got to name herself. "Why Kristy? Who knows, I was 12, but it eventually ended up working well for TV."
Kristy has an undergraduate and graduate degree in journalism from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. She lives in the suburbs with her husband, who is from Boston, and their two daughters.
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Mike anchors the weeknight news at 4 p.m., 5 p.m., 7 p.m. and 9 p.m., as well as "NECN Business" weeknights at 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., plus "This Week in Business" on Sundays.
In 2012, Mike appeared as a newscaster in the hit movie "Ted."
He's been nominated four times for an Emmy as outstanding news anchor in Boston and New England.
Mike's a New Hampshire native, UNH graduate, and is married with four children.
He's involved in numerous community activities, is an avid gardener, hiker and curler, and plays catcher on a men's baseball team.
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R.D. Sahl is a special correspondent for NECN.
His 35-year career in broadcast journalism has taken him to stories around the corner and around the world. Foreign assignments include: The former Soviet Union and the new Russia, Solidarity-era Poland, German unification, France, The Vatican, Japan, and Cuba.
He's covered national political conventions going back seven elections.
Sahl first joined NECN in 1995 as host of NewsNight. He joined the network fulltime in 1997, anchoring thousands of newscasts on NECN until stepping down in December 2010 to join the faculty at Boston University. He's received several regional Emmy awards for reporting and anchoring.
He is a member of the Silver Circle of NATAS, a recipient of the Yankee Quill Award, and the Boston University Kauff Award.
Sahl holds a Journalism degree from the University of Colorado, and a Master's degree in International Relations from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
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Nelly started her career in Texas & worked in several large television markets like Dallas & Chicago before coming to Boston. Her educational background includes a B.A. in Communications from the University of Texas at Austin with an emphasis on Broadcast Journalism.
She also has a Certificate of Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University's three-year program.
Nelly was born in Mexico City, raised in Texas, and is fluent in Spanish.
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Tim Kelley has been a meteorologist with NECN since the station's launch in 1992.
His keen intuition and strong grasp of diverse meteorological tools have translated over the years into the delivery of consistently accurate weathercasts.
Although Kelley has been studying weather since he was a child, his formal training in meteorology was gleaned at Lyndon State College in Vermont.
He began his career at WMUR-TV in New Hampshire, then spent three years as a meteorologist and environmental reporter at WLNE-TV in Providence, Rhode Island. Since his debut on NECN March 2, 1992, he has been vigilant about tracking weather in his journal. He has logged the weather every single day that NECN has been on air.
A Cape Cod native, Kelley grew up in a family of hard working fishermen and builders. Because he does not like getting stuck out at sea, he found a way to make a living as a landlubber. But he does love the outdoors. Gardening, Surfing, and Skiing are his favorite hobbies.
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A native of Haverhill, MA, who still lives in his hometown, Matt is a graduate of Cornell University and Phillips Academy Andover, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology.
A member of both the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association, Matt enjoys igniting passion and curiosity, for weather and the world around us, in others.
In addition to his forecasting experience, Noyes has been an instructor of Meteorology at the college level, and over his career, has shared his weather knowledge and enthusiasm with over 120,000 students of all ages.
During his tenure at NECN, Matt's dedication to our region's schools brought a commendation from the Massachusetts State Senate, and he has delivered those same efforts on-air, through his weathercasts, reports and interactive viewer segments. Noyes has always believed in offering the viewer more - from first delivering regular, hour-by-hour rain/snow maps in the Boston market, to pioneering NECN's exclusive 10-day forecast today.
Matt's community work has earned him several awards for dedication to local municipalities and organizations, as well as the Massachusetts State Police Public Service Award for assisting in preparation for a major hurricane strike to New England. Matt also provided his services to the State Police for street level weather forecasting and analysis during the Democratic National Convention in 2004, and his efforts to raise awareness for military Veterans and families earned him the Patriot Award from the Ahern Charitable Foundation.
Noyes has conducted private forecasting for aviators, which led to national victories in races requiring no use of instrumentation during flight.
Before joining the NECN family, Matt was a meteorologist at NewsChannel 34 in Binghamton, NY, and NewsChannel 9 in Syracuse.
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Paul Guzzi is president and chief executive officer of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, one of the region's leading business associations. Mr. Guzzi brings extensive experience in both business and government to his work at the Chamber.
A former Massachusetts secretary of state and chief secretary to the Governor, as well as a member of the management teams of two Fortune 500 companies, he is a leading advocate for economic development and job creation.
Prior to leading the Chamber, Mr. Guzzi was vice president of state and community affairs for Boston College. Previously, he was a consultant for Heidrick & Struggles, an international recruitment and consulting firm. Mr. Guzzi also served as a vice president at Data General Corporation and as a senior vice president at Wang Laboratories. During his tenure at Wang, he worked closely with Dr. An Wang to oversee the restoration and transformation of what is now the Wang Center for the Performing Arts.
Mr. Guzzi began his public service career as a state representative from Newton in 1970. He was elected Massachusetts secretary of state in 1974. Mr. Guzzi served as a chief of staff for Governor Edward King and chief administrator of the Board of Regents of Public Higher Education.
A graduate of Harvard University, Mr. Guzzi holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in government. He completed the Harvard Business School Management Development Program. He was also an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve.
In addition to his leadership at the Chamber, Mr. Guzzi is co-host of This Week in Business, a weekly television program on NECN. Mr. Guzzi is a weekly guest on "On the Record," a segment that airs on New England Business Day on NECN, and appears every week on WBZ-AM 1030.
Among his civic activities, Mr. Guzzi serves as a trustee of the Wang Center for the Performing Arts; is a director of The Partnership, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, and Edgewater Technology Corporation; and is a member of the advisory boards of the Boston Club and the Kennedy School Taubman Center for State and Local Government. He lives in Newton, Massachusetts with his wife, Joanne, and has three adult children.
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