Chris Dempsey is a lifelong Massachusetts resident who was a co-founder of No Boston Olympics, a grassroots organization that opposed Boston 2024’s Olympic bid. Chris was recognized by the Boston Globe Magazine as Bostonian of the Year for his public-policy advocacy in 2015. He was formerly an Assistant Secretary of Transportation in Massachusetts, in the administration of Governor Deval Patrick. Chris is a graduate of Brookline High School, Pomona College, and Harvard Business School.
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