128 Business Council is run by an efficient team of experts in alternative transportation and sustainability. In addition to our in-house team, we are directed by an active and involved board comprised of members of the community. Together we proudly serve the Route 128 West Corridor and 128 Business Council Members, and act as stewards for better transportation and sustainability solutions.
Monica G. Tibbits-Nutt AICP, LEED AP BD+C
Monica G. Tibbits-Nutt, AICP, LEED AP BD+C is the Executive Director of the 128 Business Council. Working in regional planning and transportation, Monica’s areas of specialty are transportation planning, urban design, and sustainability. Her work experience includes public sector transit planning at both the MBTA Advisory Board and as Executive Director of TransitWorks. In addition, Monica has worked in regional planning and development for the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC), the City of Columbus Planning and Development office, and the Greater Linden Development Corporation. She received a Masters of City and Regional Planning from the Ohio State University in Columbus and a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and Sociology from the University of Southern Indiana.
An active member of the research community, Monica has been a featured speaker at Next Stop: A National Summit on the Future of Transit, the New England Sociological Association Conference, the Association for Commuter Transportation International Conference, and the Research, Innovation, Scholarship, and Creativity Symposium. In both her work and research, she is most interested in developing regional strategies that integrate sustainable practices into transportation. Toward this goal, Monica’s current work seeks to improve and promote sustainable transportation practices throughout the suburban and metropolitan region.
Monica serves on the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) Board of Directors and the Fiscal Management and Control Board that currently oversees the MBTA. She is a gubernatorial appointee to the Board of the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) serving on the Executive Committee and Legislative Committee. She has formerly served as Vice-Chair of the Regional Transportation Advisory Council (RTAC). She is an active member of the American Institute of Certified Planners and a LEED Accredited Professional in Building Design & Construction with the U.S. Green Building Council.
Lisa A. Stiglich
Director of Operations
Lisa A. Stiglich is currently the Director of Operations of 128 Business Council. Lisa performs a dual role, managing all of the 128 Business Council’s shuttle services as well as office operations.
Shuttle operations responsibilities include budgeting, mapping, route creation, scheduling, ridership statistics, customer service, marketing and communications. Office operations responsibilities include staff management, budgeting, strategic planning, accounting, policy and procedure development, marketing and office management.
Lisa has 15 years of experience with the Council and is a graduate of Regis College.
Patrick Sullivan, LEED Green Associate
Director of Policy & Outreach
Patrick Sullivan is the Director of Policy & Outreach at the 128 Business Council. In this role, he is charged with overseeing community outreach and transit coordination projects within the 128 corridor. Patrick monitors and reports on regional and state transportation policy issues impacting the region, and develops transportation demand management strategies on behalf of municipalities and private businesses in the Route 128 Corridor. Additionally, Patrick is responsible for membership development efforts.
Patrick serves as the Managing Director of MassCommute, the Massachusetts Council of TMAs and is President of the New England Chapter of the Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT).
Patrick received a Masters in City and Regional Planning from Boston University and a Bachelors of Arts in History from the University of Vermont.
TMA Program Manager
Lauren Masiar is currently the Transportation Management Association (TMA) Program Manager for the 128 Business Council. In this position, she maintains connections with our members and their employees, educating them about alternative transportation options and the range of services available to them through the 128 Business Council.
Lauren also keeps the communities along the Route 128 Business Corridor up to date on our events and the discussion of smart and sustainable transportation.
Lauren received a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and is currently a Master of City and Regional Planning candidate at Boston University.
We are always looking for bright minds with a green conscience to join us at 128 Business Council. If you want to give back to your community and help us solve important transportation and sustainability issues in the 128 West region, we want to hear from you.
Open Positions: We currently have no open positions.
Open Internships: We currently have no internship openings.
In the event there are no open positions, take heart. If you’re truly passionate about transportation, we encourage you to send your resume to 128BC@128BC.org. In your cover letter or a separate document, make sure you answer the following:
- Why you want to work at 128 Business Council and serve our Members and community
- Why organizing and providing transportation and sustainable solutions are a passion for you
- Tell us what you have done to forward sustainability or ecology in your community or organization
- Anything else that you feel would help us understand your desire to be part of the Council