Frank T. Keefe
Frank Keefe has a long record of accomplishment in both the public
and private sectors.
government, he served as City Planning Director for Lowell, Massachusetts,
where he played a pivotal role in transforming the city into a
national and state
heritage park. As Director of the Massachusetts Office of
State Planning, he negotiated the two most important urban mixed
use projects of the decade, Copley Place in Boston and Charles
Square in Cambridge. He also served as Secretary of the Executive
Office for Administration and Finance, the chief fiscal and administrative
officer of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
founding The Keefe Company, he was Senior Vice President of JMB/Urban
Development Partners, in charge of new business development on
the East Coast.
Keefe has an undergraduate degree from
Fordham College, and bachelors and masters degrees from Merton
College of Oxford University.