Cynthia Stone Creem
|Cynthia Stone Creem|
|Majority Leader of the Massachusetts Senate|
February 28, 2018
|Preceded by||Harriette L. Chandler|
|Member of the Massachusetts Senate
from the 1st Middlesex and Norfolk district
|Preceded by||Lois Pines|
|Member of the Massachusetts Governor's Council
from the 3rd district
January 1995 – January 1999
|Preceded by||Robert B. Kennedy|
|Succeeded by||Marilyn Petito Devaney|
September 17, 1942 |
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
|Education||Boston University (BA, JD)|
Cynthia Stone Creem (born September 17, 1942) is an American state legislator serving in the Massachusetts Senate. She represents the 1st Middlesex and Norfolk district, which includes her hometown of Newton, Brookline and parts of Wellesley. She is a Democrat who has served since 1999. Prior to serving in the Massachusetts legislature, she was an attorney who served on the Massachusetts Executive Council and the Newton Board of Aldermen. In late 2011 Creem considered running for Massachusetts's Fourth District seat in the United States Congress to replace retiring Rep. Barney Frank, ultimately won by Joseph P. Kennedy III in November 2012, but decided to remain in the Massachusetts Senate.
On February 28, 2018, State Senator Creem was elevated to the position of majority leader in the state senate.
On April 26, 2018, state senator Cynthia Stone Creem will be presented with the Boston Bar Association's "Distinguished Legislator Award" at their annual Law Day Dinner. She is being recognized for her years of leadership on Beacon Hill, particularly on criminal justice reform issues.
State Senator Creem is a practicing family law attorney serving Of Counsel at the Boston law firm Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak & Cohen.
- Public officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1995-1996.
- Scramble on to fill retiring Rep. Barney Frank’s seat, Boston Herald
- "Massachusetts Senate leadership changes elevate Sen. Cynthia Creem, leave WMass out". MassLive. Retrieved May 3, 2018.
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