Women In Business Breakfast

Date/Time
Tue, Feb. 14 2017
7:30 am – 9:00 am

Location
Embassy Suites Boston/Waltham


Hannah Kane (R – Shrewsbury)

Hannah Kane (R – Shrewsbury) serves as the State Representative for the Eleventh Worcester District, representing the towns of Shrewsbury and Westborough, precincts 4 and 5 and was re-elected to serve for a second term in November, 2016.

Hannah Kane (R – Shrewsbury) serves as the State Representative for the Eleventh Worcester District, representing the towns of Shrewsbury and Westborough, precincts 4 and 5 and was re-elected to serve for a second term in November, 2016.

Hannah graduated from Boston University’s School of Management in 1993. Hannah has significant experience in both the public and private sectors, beginning her career working at Unum Insurance Company before being recruited by Lt. Governor Paul Cellucci to work in the Weld/Cellucci Administration on the redevelopment of the former 4,400 acre Fort Devens Army Base and on the merger of 2 quasi-public state agencies into the economic development authority MassDevelopment. Hannah served as Director of Marketing and Product Development, helping generate over a billion dollars in economic development across the Commonwealth. Hannah returned to the private sector as Vice President of Marketing Services for a consulting firm, developing and implementing business growth and marketing strategies for her clients. Hannah co-owned and was managing partner of Beaton Kane Construction 2010-2015.

Hannah serves as a member of the Joint Committee on Public Health, Joint Committee on Transportation, House Committee on Personnel and Administration, and the House Committee on Redistricting. Hannah is an advisory board member of the 495/MetroWest Partnership, a member of the Central MA Opioid Task Force and a State Director for the national Women in Government Foundation where she is a member of the Mental Health and Substance Use Task Force. Hannah serves as Minority Leader Bradley H. Jones designee on the Massachusetts Food Policy Council and on the Special Commission on Local and Regional Public Health.


Hannah and her husband Jim have lived in Shrewsbury for nineteen years and have 3 children, Madison, Caitlin and Patrick, in the Shrewsbury Public Schools.

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Embassy Suites by Hilton, 550 Winter St., Waltham

 

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Reservations

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