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Bill VernonBill Vernon
NFIB/Massachusetts State Director

Bill Vernon was appointed NFIB/Massachusetts State Director in May 1999. He previously served in several senior management positions at the Massachusetts State Lottery.

A graduate of Wesleyan University in Connecticut and the Boston University Law School, Vernon was elected to represent the First Bristol District in the Massachusetts House of Representatives in 1982. After serving in the legislature for nine years, he became the director for intergovernmental relations at the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. He subsequently became executive director of the Massachusetts Republican Party from 1994 to 1997.

He lives in Mansfield, Mass., and has two children.
10 High Street
Suite 1003
Boston MA 02110
617-482-1327
Bill.Vernon@NFIB.org

Additional NFIB Contacts

Chris Carlozzi
Member Support Manager
10 High Street
Suite 1003
Boston MA 02110
Phone: 617-482-1327
Fax: 617-482-5286
Christopher.Carlozzi@NFIB.org

Jack Mozloom
Senior Media Manager

609-989-8777 or 609-462-5610 (cell)
Jack.Mozloom@NFIB.org
 

Krystal Spencer
Administrative Assistant
10 High Street
Suite 1003
Boston MA 02110
Tel: 617-482-1327
Fax: 617-482-5286
Krystal.Spencer@NFIB.org

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ADDRESS:
10 High Street, Suite 1003
Boston MA
02110

PHONE:
617-482-1327

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