Anita Molino, co-founder and managing partner of Bostonia Partners, has been named chairman of the National Council for Public-Private Partnerships.
The NCPPP board of directors elected Molino as part of the 2014 management committee that will oversee the council’s day-to-day activities and focus on programs for educating and training members.
Prior to her appointment, Molino served two years as NCPPP president and spearheaded the council’s energy initiatives such as the recent Federal Energy Workshop held in Washington, Bostonia Partners said in a Dec. 3 announcement.
She is joined by Art Smith of global consulting firm Management Analysis as president, Sandra Sullivan of French transnational company Veolia Environnement as president-elect and Sandy Hoe of international law firm McKenna Long & Aldridge as vice president of finance.
Parker Williams, senior executive for state and local solutions at Xerox, was re-elected vice president for education.