Baker touts Nassour’s experience and the need for diverse perspectives at the municipal level

BOSTON – Today, Governor Baker announced his endorsement of Jennifer Nassour to represent District 8 on the Boston City Council.

“I am proud to endorse Jennifer in her campaign to represent the neighborhoods of District 8 at City Hall,” says Governor Charlie Baker.

“At all levels of government, having a diverse set of ideas makes for better policy,” says Governor Baker. “Every resident of Boston should feel that their tax dollars are being spent with scrutiny and that their quality of life is improving, regardless of their neighborhood. Jenn is able to look at issues in context and draw on her decades of experience in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to craft solutions. Importantly, she will also listen to the everyday concerns of her constituents and work to address any ongoing quality of life issues.”

“I am so honored to have the endorsement of our Governor,” says Jennifer Nassour. “Governor Baker is a model for bipartisan leadership. With so much of this district overlapping with state parks and roads, I am confident that I can work well with the Administration to tackle any challenges and pursue solutions that make this district an amazing place to live, work, and visit.”


Jennifer Nassour lives in the Back Bay with her three daughters and two dogs. She is an attorney and most recently served as the CEO of ReflectUS – a nonpartisan coalition of the nation’s leading women’s representation organizations, working to increase the number of women in public office. Jenn sits on the Boards of MassINC, the UMass Women Into Leadership program and the Union Club of Boston. Jenn previously served on the boards of Suffolk University, Bridgewater State University, Massachusetts General Hospital for Children, the Dorchester YMCA, and the Massachusetts Public Health Council. 


Wednesday, September 18, 2019
CONTACT:Maureen McInerney, Campaign Managermm@jenn4boston.com315-720-8442