Every Day

Every Day

Every day public professionals are working for their communities.

Public Professionals

Public Professionals

Working hard for their communities all across the state

Meet Bill Gode

In February 2011, Working Massachusetts began running our first radio ads across the state to share our members' stories directly with the public. Our ads feature public employees talking about their jobs and the people they help.

In this ad, you'll meet Bill Gode, the director of flood control management in the greater Boston area for the state Department of Conservation and Recreation. When the rains of March 2010 caused extreme flooding across the state, the Moody Street Damn in Waltham was in danger of giving way in a catastrophic failure. Bill waded out into the treacherous rushing waters to operate the dam's release mechanism by hand and saved the nearby community. 

Meet Larry Norman

In February 2011, Working Massachusetts began running our first radio ads across the state to share our members' stories directly with the public. Our ads feature public employees talking about their jobs and the people they help.

In this ad, you'll meet Larry Norman, who works for the Massachusetts Municipal Training Committee. Larry will explain how the agency helps keep our local police trained to respond to emergencies when we call them for help.

Meet Sue Leahy

In February 2011, Working Massachusetts began running our first radio ads across the state to share our members' stories directly with the public. Our ads feature public employees talking about their jobs and the people they help.

In this ad, you'll meet Sue Leahy, a teacher from Billerica. You can hear what she has to say about today's students--and hear two of her students talk about the difference she's made in their lives.

Meet Charice Lewis

In February 2011, Working Massachusetts began running our first radio ads across the state to share our members' stories directly with the public. Our ads feature public employees talking about their jobs and the people they help.

In this ad, you'll meet Charice Lewis, an operator on the MBTA. Do you remember the dramatic video from late 2009 of a woman falling onto the tracks at North Station? Charice was driving the train, and the story has a happy ending thanks to Charice's calm under pressure.