Boston Names Its First African-American Police Commish as Top Cop Evans Heads to BC


Comings and Goings …

William Gross will become Boston’s first African-American police commissioner on Aug. 5, succeeding William B. Evans, who is leaving the department after 39 years to become executive director of public safety at Boston College.

The Rhode Island Council on Postsecondary Education named Tim DelGiudice to be its new chair, succeeding William Folks. The manager of strategic initiatives at Raytheon, DelGiudice has served as a member of the postsecondary council since 2016. The council also added two new members, Washington Trust Company Chair and CEO Joseph MarcAurele and Shawmut Design and Construction human resources strategist Marianne Monte.

The Small Business Development Center at the University of New Hampshire named Elizabeth Gray to be state director of the program offering long-term business advising to New Hampshire businesses. A former director of entrepreneurship at the N.H. Business Finance Authority, Gray established the Live Free and Start initiative to help innovative companies start and succeed in New Hampshire.

The Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership, and Public Service at the University of New Hampshire School of Law appointed law professor and Concord Monitor columnist John Greabe to be its director, succeeding Jordan Budd who will return to the faculty.



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