Lynn and Boston attorney Nicole Bluefort has been appointed by Gov. Charlie Baker to a five-year term on North Shore Community College’s (NSCC) Board of Trustees.
Bluefort already has ties to NSCC – she was once an adjunct professor and taught in the paralegal program.
“I’ve always respected NSCC’s work with students and the excellent foundation that they receive at the college,” she said.
Bluefort, who has law offices in Lynn and Boston, lives in Tewksbury. She is a 2002 graduate of Lynn Classical High School. She received her bachelor’s degree from Boston, a master’s degree in public health from Tufts University, and her law degree from Northeastern University School of Law.
She said she looks forward to working with NSCC President Dr. Patricia Gentile, whom she describes as “a fantastic college administrator.”
NSCC serves 26 cities and towns along the North Shore with campuses in Lynn, Danvers, and Beverly.
NSCC delivers post-secondary education to more than 8,800 credit students in an academic year, and an additional 4,400 noncredit students through 80 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.