See the press release announcing my candidacy HERE.
My name is Susannah Whipps Lee, and I am running for State Representative of the Second Franklin District, of Massachusetts.
I am a seventh generation resident of Athol. Being born and raised in the North Quabbin region gives me a deep understanding of the area and our residents. Being a successful business owner in the North Quabbin region gives me insight into what is needed to pull the area out of this difficult economic time.
My plan for this region includes working to build an economic climate which will increase the number of quality jobs available to our residents. This district has an intelligent, qualified and able workforce, as well as a great history of industry and manufacturers. We must work to attract industry and enterprise to the 2nd Franklin District.
Increased commerce will enhance greatly our ability to fund public safety departments and our schools.
Included in my website you'll find many pictures showing the scenic beauty of our area. We are so fortunate to have these attributes in our region. My hope is to bring positive attention to this region.
If you agree with my goals please support my efforts!
Susannah Whipps Lee is a graduate of Athol High School, Mt Wachusett Community College, Johnson & Wales University and has most recently studied at Fitchburg State College. Susannah is one of the owners, as well as an employee of Whipps, Inc (www.whipps.com). Her responsibilities at the company are: marketing, advertising, trade show logistics, contracts administration, and sales team support.
Government and Committee Positions
Town of Athol Board of Selectmen (2005 – Present)
President of Athol Historical Society (2003 – Present) & Life Member
Charter Review Committee (2006 – Present)
Town of Athol Personnel Board (2005 - 2008)
Friends of Athol Council on Aging Executive Board (2007 – 2011) & Life Member
President of Friends of Athol Council on Aging (2009 – 2011)
Senior Center Site Development Committee (2005 – 2007)
Chair of Athol 250th Anniversary Committee (2011-2012)
Vacant and Abandoned Building Committee (2013-Present)