graduated from the University of Lowell in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science degree in meteorology. He has lived in Nashua since 1986, and has a son and daughter who both graduated from Nashua High School South.
Since 1987 Mr. Hallowell has worked for MIT Lincoln Laboratory, a federally funded research and development laboratory for the US Air Force, operated by MIT. During his long career at MIT/LL he has worked to improve aviation and surface transportation safety and efficiency. In addition, Mr. Hallowell, along with a team of researchers, holds several patents that are used operationally by several private weather vendors to provide forecasts of thunderstorm movement. Throughout his career, Mr. Hallowell has excelled at analyzing difficult problems and developing innovative solutions that are then delivered as functional products in the real world.
Mr. Hallowell was elected to the Nashua Board of Education in November 2007, and was re-elected in November 2011. He served as Board President from 2009 to 2012, and was the lead negotiator for the last two successful contract agreements between the Nashua Board of Education and the Nashua Teachers' Union. Mr. Hallowell's goals as a member of the Board are to: (1) provide the highest quality education in the most cost-effective manner possible; (2) communicate with and engage parents and the community; and (3) use data to evaluate and learn from the successes and failures of educational programs.
December 31, 2019
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