ECEPC Annual Dinner
The Essex County Estate Planning Council Annual Dinner
Monday, June 20, 2016
Tupper Manor at the Wylie Inn & Conference Center
295 Hale St.
Beverly, MA 01915
Registration and cocktails start at 5pm
The Essex County Estate Planning Council is pleased to host our signature event once again at Tupper Manor, a historic seaside mansion on the beautiful campus of Endicott College. Our guest speaker for the evening is Massachusetts Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Jay Ash. Secretary Ash will speak in the Ballroom, followed by dinner in the Conservatory.
Online registration for this event is required; online payment is also preferred. If you would like to pay by check, please register online, make your check out to Essex County Estate Planning Council and mail at least 10 days prior to the event to:
Essex County Estate Planning Council
P.O. Box 1598
Newburyport, MA 01950
Cost are as follows:
(For members with a season pass, this event is included and no payment is required.)
*** Please be sure to make your dinner selection once you click on the registration link.
About Our Speaker
Jay Ash serves as the Secretary of Housing and Economic Development for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Secretary Ash is responsible for directing and executing Governor Charlie Baker’s agenda on housing and community development, job creation, business development, consumer affairs and business regulation. He previously served as the city manager in his native Chelsea, a position he held from 2000 to 2014. In Chelsea, Secretary Ash’s leadership produced both economic expansion and fiscal stability. He grew the city’s housing stock by over ten percent, expanded its commercial base with two dozen major projects, led all Gateway Cities with a 15 percent increase in new employment, developed 10 new parks, secured five credit rating increases, and won two All-America City designations for Chelsea. Secretary Ash has led statewide initiatives on health insurance, youth violence, transportation infrastructure and expanded gaming in Massachusetts. He previously served as co-founder and vice-chair of the Metropolitan Mayors Coalition, as past president of the Metropolitan Area Planning Council, as a board member of the public policy think tank MassINC, the staff director to the Massachusetts House Majority Leader, and as an elected trustee of his alma mater, Clark University.
Thank you to our 2016 Annual Event sponsor