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New Member Elected to WestfordCAT Board


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Kristina Greene. COURTESY PHOTO

The departure of Marilyn Katler from WestfordCAT’s Board of Directors made way for  Kristina Greene to fill the opening.

Greene was elected to WestfordCAT’s Board of Directors on June 23 during the powerhouse television station’s annual meeting, attended by about 20 regular members and the eight board members.

Formerly employed as a software engineer in the Defense industry, Greene has served on Westford’s Sustainable Westford program and launched the Upcycle it! recycling program in spring 2010. She has volunteered with the Westford Recycling Commission for more than a decade and is currently vice chair of the Westford Finance Committee.

Board members Susan McNeill Spuhler and Robert Jefferies were re-elected to their seats. In 2020, Spuhler served one year on the WCAT Board of Directors and was then re- elected on June 23 to a two-year term. Spuhler has been active on the fundraising Taskforce and with community outreach.

Bob Jefferies will return to WestfordCAT’s board. PHOTO BY JOYCE PELLINO CRANE


Jefferies served for one year on the WCAT Board of Directors and was re-elected to a two-year term at the annual meeting. A former select board member, Jefferies has been working on re-establishing the town’s Communications Advisory Committee and gathering information on the use of the town’s public right of way and the long-term financial well-being of PEG (Public, Education, and Government) media in town. Jefferies will return to WestfordCAT’s board for a two-year term.

Continuing on the board are Kristi Bates, president; Jack Wang, treasurer; Diane Wood, clerk; Tom Clay, Select Board liaison and Sean P. Kelly, School Committee liaison. Katler served a one-year term.

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