Meet Our Team
Board of Directors
The North Shore TMA’s Board of Directors serve for a two-year term beginning August 2018 and concluding in July 2020.
(Board members are listed in alphabetical order)
Aaron Clausen – City of Beverly (Clerk)
Nicholas Downing – City of Salem (Treasurer)
Thomas Dunn – Eastern Bank
Aaron Henry – Town of Danvers
Peter Muto – Cell Signaling
Steven Roberge – Axcelis (President)
Becoming a founding member of the North Shore TMA helps demonstrate our serious commitment to air quality and our desire to address our city’s growing infrastructure. In particular, the City of Salem is proud that we can offer our employees assistance and incentives so that they may alternatively commute to work by bike, foot, train, ferry, bus, carpool, and vanpool. We hope to soon see Salem’s largest employers and residential complexes, as well as developers who want to do business here, get on board with NSTMA membership. It’s good for Salem and the North Shore region!
Cummings Properties is pleased to be involved with North Shore TMA. NSTMA is a great resource for alternative transportation solutions to serve more than 4,000 daily employees and visitors who travel to Cummings Center from North Shore communities, Boston, outlying suburbs, southern New Hampshire and the South Shore. Our collaboration with NSTMA has resulted in numerous incentive awards distributed to tenant company employees. For more than 40 years, Cummings Properties has been an avid recycler and champion of renewable products and practices. Our association with North Shore TMA furthers many of our company’s core values.
As a tenant of Cummings Center in Beverly, Thermo Fisher is a member/supporter of the North Shore TMA. The NSTMA is instrumental in promoting transportation contests / raffles and attending our on-site health & welfare fairs annually to promote alternative commuting and green initiatives for our employees. Thermo Fisher is committed to alleviating traffic congestion and promoting NSTMA’s programs to support cleaner air, a healthier workforce, and improved air quality in the North Shore area.