Regina Villa Associates - Nancy Farrell
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Nancy's projects currently focus on transportation, public health and the environment.
manages civic engagement for the South Coast Rail Project, which includes outreach to 31 cities and towns, a smart growth Corridor Plan, and many public events, meetings and briefings.
assists MassDOT with meeting facilitation, correspondence, website and media materials and transit planning.
manages civic engagement for MassDOT's South Station Expansion, and the Program for Mass Transportation initiatives for three modes, as well as beginning work on the I-91 Viaduct Replacement and replacement of the Commonwealth Ave. Bridge over I-90, both high profile and complex construction projects.
Nancy served as RVA's Project Manager for the award winning 93 Fast 14 project, which replaced 14 bridges on I-93 over the summer of 2011.
is particularly interested in assisting MassDOT with implementation of its Title VI commitments statewide.
facilitates meetings for a number of clients, most recently, moderating the public meetings and hearings for the Green Line Extension to Medford; and several MA Department of Public Health initiatives.
Nancy managed program development and staffing for the Heinz Family Foundation conferences on Women's Health and the Environment (for 11 years).
She was also principal for RVA's numerous events for MA DPH, the Office of Women's Health and U.S. Department of Labor, Women's Bureau (2010), and the Emergency Preparedness Bureau at DPH (2011-2014).
writes scripts, opinion editorials, fact sheets, media materials and websites.
She is currently Executive Producer and scriptwriter for two public health videos.
Nancy serves as the chair of the national Board of Directors for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP).
She is also president of the Cronin Foundation to Fight Ovarian Cancer.
Nancy serves as chair of the Board of Directors of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP).
Most recently, she
presented Patrick Kennedy with AFSP's Humanitarian Award at a NYC Gala.