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Brooke M. Thomson Executive Vice President Government Affairs

Brooke M. Thomson, most recently VP of Government Affairs for AT&T, is also a former senior official with the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office. Thomson joined AT&T in 2013 after six years in the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office, where she served as Chief of the Business, Technology and Economic Development Division. Prior to that, she worked as legal counsel to the Massachusetts Legislature’s Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy. Thomson is no stranger to AIM. She has served as a member of the AIM Board of Directors and Executive Committee and chaired the board’s Government Affairs Committee for the past year. Thomson is a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law and Mount Holyoke College.

Robert Rio, Esq. Senior Vice President, Government Affairs

Bob represents the interests of employers on environmental, energy, chemical and product legislation, as well as regulation and ballot questions. He has appeared on behalf of AIM in front of the Department of Public Utilities, the Department of Environmental Protection, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Department of Public Safety.  Bob holds an undergraduate degree from Boston University, a Master’s Degree from Northeastern University and a law degree from Suffolk University.

Katherine Holahan Vice President, Government Affairs

Katie's focus is workforce development and education, as well as health care. Before joining AIM, Katie spent 7 years in the office of the Massachusetts House Minority Leader and 3 years in the office of the House Ways and Means Committee, gaining particular experience in workforce and economic development issues. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Fairfield University and a master’s degree from Boston College. 

Bradley MacDougall Vice President, Government Affairs

Brad leads AIM’s taxation and employment law public policy practice.  A former Congressional aide, he advises senior executives on a variety of legislative and regulatory issues such as intellectual property and trade secrets, regulatory reform, the state budget and economic development.

Follow Brad on Twitter @BradMacDougall

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