Governor Maura Healey has announced several Cabinet hires, filling senior positions for the executive branch.
Here is who she has hired so far:
Secretary of the Executive Office for Administration and Finance: University of Massachusetts finance administrator Matthew Gorzkowicz.
Education secretary: Former Lynn schools superintendent Patrick Tutwiler.
Transportation secretary: Gina Fiandaca, who ran Boston’s transportation department before moving to Texas to oversee mobility for the city of Austin.
Climate chief: Melissa Hoffer, the principal deputy general counsel at the Environmental Protection Agency, who will now be the state’s first Cabinet-level climate chief.
Energy and environmental affairs secretary: Rebecca Tepper of the energy and environment bureau at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office.
Secretary of the Executive Office of Economic Development: Yvonne Hao, co-founder, advisor, and managing director at investment firm Cove Hill Partners and a partner at Pillar Ventures.
Secretary of the Executive Office of Technology Services and Security: Jason Snyder, chief technology officer at Harvard University.
Public safety and security secretary: Terrence Reidy, who stays on in a role that he filled under now-former governor Charlie Baker.
Labor and workforce development secretary: Lauren Jones, executive vice president of the Massachusetts Business Roundtable.
Secretary of the Executive Office of Health and Human Services: Kate Walsh, Boston Medical Center CEO.
Healey has also pledged to add a dedicated secretary of Housing to her Cabinet and has not yet filled that seat.