The Board of Selectmen announced that Meghan Jop is the Town of Wellesley’s new Executive Director of General Government Services. Jop is returning to Wellesley after six months as Deputy Town Manager for the Town of North Andover. She will begin her new role in Wellesley on Monday, March 18, 2019.
Jop previously worked for the Town for more than 16 years, both in the Planning Department as Assistant Planning Director and Planning Director and in the Selectmen’s Office as Deputy Director and Assistant Executive Director.
“Meghan is familiar with many of the projects and issues currently facing the Town and will bring a wealth of knowledge, capabilities and experience to her new role,” said Jack Morgan, Board of Selectmen Chair.
The Town of Wellesley, Massachusetts, was founded in 1881 and currently has a population of approximately 28,000 residents, three institutions of higher-learning and a thriving business community. Wellesley has a town meeting representative form of government with citizen-led boards and committees that are supported by a collaborative municipal staff.