Gerry Mazor retired after twenty-nine years as the Executive Director of the CASE Collaborative a consortium of 14 School Districts in the Northwest suburbs. Following this experience, he was interim Executive Director of the LABBB Collaborative. In his role as a Collaborative Director, he has worked closely with over 150 Superintendents and Special Education Administrators. These experiences provided him with a unique opportunity to work alongside some of the truly outstanding educational leaders in Massachusetts. He is currently Director of Special Projects for the LABBB Collaborative as well as a consultant for a number of different organizations. During his tenure at the Collaborative he developed several regional transportation systems for students with special needs.
Gerry is a past President of both the Massachusetts Organization of Educational Collaboratives (MOEC) and the Massachusetts Chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC). He completed three terms as a member of the Board of Trustees of the MetroWest Community Health Care Foundation. In addition, he served on the Finance Committee for over a decade in his local community, the last two years as Vice Chairman. He is currently on the Board of Trustees of the Morse Institute, the public library in Natick, Massachusetts. Gerry received his Ph.D. from Boston College.