About Us

The NFBPA is a national organization representing over 2500 members and over 350 jurisdictions with 40 chapters across the United States. The organization includes city, state, county and federal managers as well as professionals, educators, business people, students of public administration and allied disciplines. The Boston Chapter has been active since 1991. The Boston Chapter holds monthly meetings with guest speakers between September and May at the Justice Resource Institute in Downtown Boston on various topics related to professional and career development as well as community education and civic outreach. In 2012 we had guest speakers including William "Mo" Cowan from Governor Deval Patrick's Office, Rosa L.Hunter form the Union of Minority Neighborhoods and a Report from the Boston Public Health Commission on the Health of Boston Neighborhoods.  

We have participated in AIDS Walk Boston and raised over $4,000.00 for AIDS education and Outreach. We have participated in the Boston City Wide Dialogues Project focused on improving communication and relationships in Boston across Barriers of Race and Ethnicity and the Boston Metro Future Project with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council.  We encourage you to look at membership information and to consider becoming a member of NFBPA Boston by going to the Join Us page.

Boston Officers:  Michael P. Johnson PhD, President       Nuwanda Evans, Vice President

                                                        Sean S. Kuykandall, Secretary