MNA member runs for mayor of Revere
From the Massachusetts Nurse Newsletter
June/July 2011 Edition
George Rotondo, RN, a longtime MNA member and activist, is running for mayor of Revere. A longtime Revere resident, Rotondo has been energetically engaged in his community for many years. As a city councilor for more than six years, Rotondo has worked tirelessly on behalf of the residents of Revere ensuring accountability, efficiency and innovation in city hall.
After graduating and passing the state nursing boards, Rotondo was hired as a staff nurse who has worked in thoracic surgery, the float pool and the bone marrow transplant ICU. He now works as a cardiac surgical intensive care nurse at Brigham and Woman’s Hospital. Previously, Rotondo served as a member of the MNA’s Congress on Health Policy and Legislation. Rotondo continues to work for his colleagues as a delegate at the Greater Boston Labor Council and is a member of the MNA STAT team.
In February, the Mass Nurses PAC endorsed Rotondo’s candidacy for mayor. “We are always thrilled when an MNA member runs for office, and we are fortunate to have outstanding advocates both in legislative and municipal offices. We believe that George is the best candidate for this office and that he will be an excellent advocate for the residents of Revere,” said Donna Kelly-Williams, RN and MNA president. Members interested in helping to elect George Rotondo for mayor should contact him at 781.289.5185 or email@example.com.