Governing Board Delegates
President - Scott Steeves (x2535) firstname.lastname@example.org
Scott has worked at the Boston Globe newspaper since 1984, most recently in the Publication Design & Layout Dept. He has served on the executive board since June 2002.
He holds a bachelors Degree in Bus Management from Northeastern University. His labor related educational pursuits are having attended the new officer training at the George Meaney Labor College in Silver Springs, Maryland and the Harvard Law School program on negotiating. He currently lives in Dedham, Mass and is a member on the Zoning Board of Appeals in Dedham. He is also on the board of trustees for the Franklin Typographical Society.
Vice President - Jim Herndon (x2289) email@example.com
Treasurer - Kathy McCabe (x3922) firstname.lastname@example.org
Recording Secretary – Tim Flynn (x2940) email@example.com
At Large – Beth Daley (x3043) firstname.lastname@example.org
At Large – Jenna Russell (x3153) email@example.com
At Large – David Ryan (617-839-3188) firstname.lastname@example.org
BNG Labor Attorney - E. David Wanger
McDonald, Lamond, Canzoneri & Hickernell
153 Cordaville Road, Southborough, MA 01772
E. David Wanger is a founding partner of Angoff, Goldman, Manning, Wanger & Hynes.
E. David Wanger is the BNG’s labor lawyer. David’s personal expertise is in grievance mediation and arbitration, CBA and interest dispute.
In addition to the BNG, David’s clients in the labor industry include: Firefighters in Boston and throughout the state of Massachusetts, Mass. State Police, and major newspapers in Providence, RI, Pawtucket, RI, Brockton, Boston (Globe and Herald), Lynn, Quincy, Manchester, NH, and Portland, ME.
David is a graduate of The University of Chicago, 1963 B.A., Boston University Law School, 1966 J.D., and NYU, 1967 LLM (Labor Law).
Mr. Wanger has been an adjunct faculty member at Boston State College, Suffolk University School of Law, and The Sloan School of Management at MIT, having taught public and private sector labor law courses.
Among his awards and accomplishments is receiving the 2004 Cushing-Gavin Award from the Labor Guild, Archdiocese of Boston.
David was listed in “The Best Lawyers in America” 2006 and for ten preceding years, and was also listed in Boston Magazine “Super Lawyers” edition 2005.
GOVERNING BOARD DELEGATESAdvertising Operations – Richard Giedd (x1567)
Boston.com/Advertising – Ed Halloran (x2231); Chris Zito (x2083)
Boston.com/Editorial – Gary Dzen (x7688)
Circulation, Credit, Accounting, Cashiers, Payroll, Adv. – vacant
Editorial Design – David Butler (x2259)
Financial News/Telephone Operators – Jenn Abelson (x3037)
Human Resources, Marketing Services, Executive Offices, Purchasing, Post Office – Andy Kovacs (x3239)
Information Services – Christine Lane (x2731)
Inside Advertising Sales – vacant
Library, Magazine, Editorial Page, Spotlight, Special Sections – vacant
Living/Arts – vacant; James Reed (x2516)
News Copy Desk, Editorial Adm. – Stacey Myers (x7895)
Newsroom – Sean Murphy (x7849); Liz Kowalczyk (x7850)
Outside Advertising Sales – Tom Pilla (x7074)
Photo – John Ioven (x7853)
Marketing Design, Display Desk – Paul Bachand (x3436)
Security/Production – Marc Bell (x3171)
Sports – Bonnie Foust (x2861); Colleen Dumont (x3235)
Zones, Sunday, Sci-Tech – Katheleen Conti (978-646-3926); Paul Makishima (x2905)