Amy Frigulietti Announced Incoming Deputy Town Administrator

 Amy. M Friguliett in Town Council Chambers

Town Administrator Jamie Hellen is excited to announce that Amy. M Frigulietti will serve as the Deputy Town Administrator for the Town of Franklin.

About Amy Frigulietti...

Frigulietti has nearly 20 years of experience in administrative and professional management and brings expertise in economic development, public policy, and community outreach in the public sector. A Massachusetts native, Amy most recently worked as the Assistant Executive Director of General Government Services for the Town of Wellesley. 

As Wellesley’s Assistant Executive Director, Frigulietti managed all aspects of town government operations, overseeing economic development projects, and collaborating with numerous Town boards and departments on issues impacting local government, including housing, transportation, and public health and safety. 

In this role, Frigulietti served as Wellesley’s Health Insurance Representative for the West Suburban Health Group, and on the Wellesley Business Alliance as part of the Charles River Chamber of Commerce. Amy was also a member of Wellesley’s Traffic & Parking Committee, Mobility Committee, Housing Task Force, and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Task Force. She also volunteered her time as a founding member of the Wellesley Freedom Team and the Wellesley Civil Discourse Initiative. She was Wellesley’s lead as Norfolk County Representative, Norfolk County Finance Committee member, State legislative liaison and, during the height of the Coronavirus pandemic, was on the Advisory Board of the Community Fund for Wellesley COVID-19 Relief Fund. 

Prior to working in Wellesley, Frigulietti served in several capacities in state, county and local government, including in the General Court of the State Legislature, the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office, and for the Boston City Council. 

Frigulietti is a member of the Massachusetts Municipal Association as well as the Massachusetts Municipal Managers Association. She received her Master’s Degree in Public Administration (MPA) from the John W. McCormack School of Public Policy and Global Studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston, concentrating her studies in municipal management. She was the 2018 recipient of the MPA Public Service Award and is a member of Pi Alpha Alpha, Global Honor Society for Public Affairs Administration. She received her undergraduate degree in Journalism and Political Science from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

We are excited to welcome her to our team in July!