Frank Gervasio and Brittney Franklin mentioned in the MMA’s The Beacon this month

The Beacon is the Massachusetts Municipal Association’s monthly magazine, and this month in its section on People, it recognizing Medfield’s new Assistant Town Administrator, Frank Gervasio and Assistant to the Town Administrator, Brittney Franklin’s new role as public information coordinator.

Medfield resident and long time town government volunteer, Jeremy Marsette is also noted to be the new Sherborn Town Administrator.

Frank Gervasio
became the new
assistant town
administrator in
Medfield on Nov.
For the past six
years, Gervasio
worked for the
state in numerous
roles. He had
served as director of special initiatives
for the Division of Local Services since
September 2019, and previously spent
more than a year as a senior project
manager and nearly three years as a
project manager, both in the Executive
Office for Administration and Finance.
He also spent a year working as a
portfolio operations analyst for GMO,
and three years as a financial control
analyst for J.P. Morgan. He has a
bachelor’s degree in political science and
history from The George Washington
In Medfield, Gervasio takes the place of
Nicholas Milano, who left in August
to become the town administrator in
Also in Medfield, Brittney Franklin,
the assistant to the town administrator,
recently added another title: public
information coordinator. Franklin spent
more than three years at the MMA
as a senior legislative analyst before
she began working for Medfield in
November 2021.

Jeremy Marsette
became the new
town administrator
in Sherborn on
Nov. 28.
Marsette had
been the public
works director
in Natick for the
past eight years.
Previously, he spent
six years working in Framingham, as
engineer and then as assistant public
works director. He also spent more
than a decade in civil engineering and
project management roles, in both
the public and private sectors. He has
served on a number of boards and
committees, including the Medfield
Warrant Committee, the executive
board of the Association of Town
Finance Committees, and the MMA’s
Policy Committee on Public Works,
Transportation and Public Utilities.
Marsette has a bachelor’s degree in civil
engineering from the University of New
Hampshire and a master’s degree in
business administration from Southern
New Hampshire University. He also
completed the MMA-Suffolk University
Certificate in Local Government
Leadership and Management program.
In Sherborn, Marsettte replaces David
Williams, who left in early 2022 after
nine years in the role and now serves
as the chief financial officer for the
Brockton Housing Authority. Diane
Moores had been serving as Sherborn’s
interim administrator.

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