Cathleen Douglas Stone

Chief of Environmental Services at City's

Wrong Cathleen Stone?

Last Updated 1/18/2017

General Information

Education

BA  - American University

J.D.  - American University

Masters  - Administrative Law , Georgetown University , Washington D.C.

law degree  - Washington College of Law , Washington D.C.

Affiliations

Board of Trustees Member  - Boston Harbor Islands

Board Member  - Boston Water and Sewer Commission

Member of the Advisory Committee  - School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs at Northeastern University

Governing Council  - The Wilderness Society Queensland

Vice-Chair  - The Island Alliance of Boston

Web References  

Upcoming Events - A Better City

Cathy Douglas Stone
Former Chief of Environmental Services, City of Boston Cathy has served on The Wilderness Society governing council since 1999. In addition, she sits on the board of directors of The Island Alliance of Boston and is vice-chair of the partnership legislated to plan and implement preservation of the Boston Harbor Islands as a national park. She was appointed by Boston's former Mayor Menino as the City's first Chief of Environmental Services. While Chief of Environmental Services she helped launch "Sustainable Boston.

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Upcoming Events - A Better City

Cathy Douglas Stone
Cathy has served on The Wilderness Society governing council since 1999. In addition, she sits on the board of directors of The Island Alliance of Boston and is vice-chair of the partnership legislated to plan and implement preservation of the Boston Harbor Islands as a national park. She was appointed by Boston's former Mayor Menino as the City's first Chief of Environmental Services. While Chief of Environmental Services she helped launch "Sustainable Boston.

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Commissioners

Cathleen Douglas Stone
Cathleen Douglas Stone Cathleen Douglas Stone, Commissioner Cathleen Douglas Stone was appointed a member of the Board in August, 1994 and most recently reappointed in 2010. In 1994 she was appointed as the City's first Chief of Environmental Services and served in this position until 1997. As Chief of Environmental Services, Ms. Stone directed the Mayor's Environmental Cabinet. Prior to her tenure as the Chief of Environmental Services, Ms. Stone was of counsel and a partner of the Boston Law firm Foley, Hoag & Eliot where her practice encompassed environmental and administrative law issues. Ms. Stone received her undergraduate degree from American University, Washington D.C., her law degree from the Washington College of Law, Washington D.C. and her Masters in Administrative Law from Georgetown University, Washington D.C.. Ms. Stone serves on various civic boards.

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