Eileen P. McAnneny
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Eileen McAnneny joined the staff of the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation as its President in February, 2015. Founded in 1932, the Taxpayers Foundation is widely recognized as the state's premier public policy organization dealing with state spending, tax and economic policies. The Foundation's record of high quality research and non-partisan analysis has earned the organization broad credibility on Beacon Hill and across the state.
Over the past 15 years, the Foundation has won 16 prestigious national awards for its work on a wide array of topics, including health care, business costs, capital spending, state and municipal finances, transportation restructuring, and state government reform.
Ms. McAnneny, an attorney, comes to the Foundation after more than 20 years of government relations, public policy, advocacy and managerial experience in both the public and private sectors in Massachusetts. She held executive level positions at the Massachusetts Society of CPAs, serving as its President and CEO; at Fidelity Investments as a Director of Public Policy; and at Associated Industries of Massachusetts as its Senior Vice President of Government Affairs and Associate General Counsel, where she focused on health care and tax policy issues for the employer community.
Ms. McAnneny worked in the public sector a staff attorney for the Joint Committee on Revenue of the Massachusetts legislature, playing a key role in numerous significant tax policy changes, including reforms to the corporate tax code, an overhaul of the Appellate Tax Board, amendments to DOR’s administrative practices and updates to unclaimed property collections.
A cum laude graduate of Tufts University and Suffolk University Law School, Ms. McAnneny holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and a juris doctorate in law. She is a Commissioner of the Group Insurance Commission and on the Board of Directors of the Cooperative Central Bank.
Andrew C. Bagley
Director of Research and Public Affairs
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Andrew Bagley joined the Foundation in 2007 and was named Director of Research and Public Affairs in 2008.
In 1989 Mr. Bagley co-founded International Strategies Inc., an Internet software company developing tools for global business for Fortune 500 clients that was sold in 2006. Previously he was Deputy Secretary and Executive Director of the Massachusetts Office of International Trade in the second Dukakis administration and staff member to U.S. Senator Paul Tsongas.
Mr. Bagley has a B.A. in government and philosophy from Colby College, an M.A. in economics from the University of Oregon, and a Masters in city and regional planning from Harvard University where he was a department scholar.
Carolyn C. ryan
Assistant Director of Policy and Research
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Carolyn Ryan joined the Foundation in 2010 as a policy analyst.
Previously, Ms. Ryan was a consultant with Public Financial Management in Philadelphia, working with state and local governments on financial and strategic planning. In that role, Ms. Ryan was a member of the state-appointed financial oversight teams for Pittsburgh and Reading, Pennsylvania. She previously held positions with the Office of the Legislative Counsel in the U.S. House of Representatives and the Harvard University development office.
Ms. Ryan earned a B.A in English from Williams College and an M.A. in government administration from the University of Pennsylvania, where she received the Audrey Miller Poritzky award for leadership.
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Kris Mullen joined the Foundation in early 2006 to handle the day-to-day administrative, financial, and technical tasks for the Foundation. She also provides support to the President and staff of the Foundation. Ms. Mullen brings broad experience in bookkeeping, purchasing, IT, customer service and other skills from a variety of industries.
Ms. Mullen has a B.S. in History from Fitchburg University.