Dale Pyatt Appointed NSCC Trustee

Pyatt 1 smlDale Pyatt, of Boxford, has been appointed to a five-year term on the North Shore Community College (NSCC) Board of Trustees by Governor Deval Patrick. Pyatt is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Jay Cashman, Inc.

“I am honored to have been appointed to the NSCC Board of Trustees,” said Pyatt.  “Education, particularly at the community college level, is critical to providing for a skilled workforce to fill jobs that are necessary to maintain a vibrant US economy.  NSCC does just that and plays a vital role in the educational and social fabric of the North Shore.

Pyatt earned a BS from the University of Florida and an MS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

A past president of the Utility Contractors Association of New England, Pyatt is a former chairman of the Construction Industries of Massachusetts; a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and a major donor and member of the Annual Event Committee, Joslin Diabetes Center.

“As President and CEO of Jay Cashman, Inc., Dale brings to the Board of Trustees a deep knowledge of finance, critical thinking, and the understanding of operating a multi-faceted organization,” said NSCC Trustee Chair Richard Yagjian.  “Under Dale’s leadership, Jay Cashman, Inc. has earned national recognition for the engineering projects he has spearheaded worldwide and with that he brings a worldly perspective to our institution. As an advocate for higher education he will be a strong voice on our Board.”

NSCC is one of the oldest and largest of the 15 community colleges in Massachusetts. NSCC serves 26 cities and towns along the MA north shore with campuses in Lynn, Danvers and Beverly.  NSCC delivers post-secondary education to more than 10,450 credit students in an academic year, and an additional 5,300 noncredit students through more than 90 programs of study. The College also provides lifelong learning opportunities to more than 500,000 area residents through workforce development training to businesses and individuals, cultural enrichment activities, and community development resources.

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