Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Meet Mark Nunnelly, Commissioner of Massachusetts Department of Revenue

Mark Nunnelly serves as Commissioner of the Department of Revenue.   He is responsible for overseeing nearly 2,000 DOR employees in offices across the state who work in tax administration, child support enforcement and local services for cities and towns. He was appointed on March 30, 2015.

Commissioner Nunnelly, who also serves as Special Advisor to Governor Baker for Technology and Innovation Competitiveness, brings a track record of building organizations and growing companies in Massachusetts and across the country. Commissioner Nunnelly joined Bain Capital, one of the world’s foremost private investment firms, in 1989 as a Managing Director. He held a number of leadership roles as part of the firm’s growth and global expansion and worked extensively in the business services and technology industries.  Prior to joining Bain Capital, the Commissioner was a Partner at the consulting firm Bain & Company, working in the US, Asian and European strategy practices. Previously, he worked at Procter & Gamble in product management. Additionally, Commissioner Nunnelly founded, and had operating responsibility for, several entrepreneurial ventures. He has been deeply involved in a number of Massachusetts and national philanthropic efforts, with a particular focus on children and national service.

Commissioner Nunnelly received an MBA with Distinction from Harvard Business School and an AB from Centre College.

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