Audrey Hall was appointed to the Commission by Senate President Karen Spilka in 2018 and in 2021. She was elected Vice-Chair of the Legislative Committee, Chair of the COVID-19 Committee, Chair of the Finance Committee, and Vice-Chair of the Commission. She is currently a Communications Consultant specializing in branding and strategic messaging, and policy development for start-up businesses, for government and corporate leaders introducing new initiatives, and for political candidates. She was the Communications Director for the first woman of color to be popularly elected Mayor in Massachusetts. She is also the Executive Producer and Host of The Audrey Hall Show, a TV talk show that airs on-demand and three times a week on Verizon, Comcast and Astound/RCN featuring interviews with experts, leaders, and newsmakers.
She is the immediate past CEO/President of Framingham Public Access Corporation. During her 30-year career in media she worked as a reporter and broadcast journalist in radio and TV news, in the advertising agency business, and in Executive leadership in NPR and the Cable TV industry. She served 22 years as an elected Town Meeting Member and Precinct Chair, and 19 Years as Chair of the Ways and Means Committee in Framingham, MA where she is currently the Vice-Chair of the Council on Aging and Chair of the Legislative Committee for the Framingham Democratic Committee.
Hall specializes in speaking engagements centered on how to develop strategic communications and creative initiatives to achieve targeted outcomes. She has broken glass ceilings throughout her career, paving the way for other women. In 2019 she was named a Women Making History Now by Framingham State University. She is a relentless advocate for justice and gender equity.