has lived in Peabody for most of her life and attended Miss Fay's Country Day School
for kindergarten, the Kiley Brothers Memorial Elementary School, Bishop Fenwick High School and Salem State College
Curious, intelligent, forgiving and involved, Bartlett
said that an important female role model in her
life was her
mother who was a teacher at the Center School
won the Mary Upton Ferrin Award for her
involvement in many programs benefiting the City of Peabody.
She was the chairperson of the Peabody Rent Control Board, executive member of the Peabody Education Council, Secretary for the Peabody Chamber of Commerce, and the Supervisor of community programming for Comcast Cable television.
She has also worked with the Peabody YMCA and the International Festival committee.
greatest achievement, she
hopes, has not come yet because she
wants to keep giving to the city.
Bartlett hopes to motivate others by example.
Being a Comcast supervisor is hard work, she said, although working in television is fun because nothing is the same every day.
She has worked in the television industry for 20 years.
Bartlett identified her role model as former Peabody Mayor Peter Torigian.
said winning the Mary Upton Ferrin Award was an honor and a surprise.
said it was like following in the footsteps of past winners.