Human Rights Commission
On November 23, 2020, the Hamilton Board of Selectmen voted to establish the Town’s first Human Rights Commission.
The purpose of creating the Commission is to affirm that the Town of Hamilton is an inclusive community that has, as one of its core values, the freedom from discrimination, intolerance, disrespect, bigotry, other forms of micro- or macroaggressions, hatred and oppression, and to reaffirm the Town’s commitment to upholding and defending the rights of all individuals to enjoy the free and equal exercise of their rights and privileges, as secured by the Constitutions of the United States and Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
|Anne Brady Chair, At-Large Member||6/30/2023|
|Alaina Walsh Vice Chair, At-Large Member||6/30/2024|
|Nancy Stehfast Clerk, At-Large Member||6/30/2023|
|Christina Holz At-Large Member||6/30/2022|
|Jared Hughes At-Large Member||6/30/2024|
|JoAnne Copeland Housing Authority Representative||6/30/2024|
|Maya Beach Student Representative||6/30/2022|
|Jamie Knudsen Board of Selectman Representative|
|Chief Russel Stevens Hamilton PD Representative|
|Joseph J. Domelowicz, Jr. Town Manager, ex officio (non-voting)|