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Stephen R Pritchard

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Stephen R. Pritchard

Secretary, Executive Office of Environmental Affairs


Stephen Pritchard was sworn in as Secretary of Environmental Affairs (EOEA) on July 12, 2005. Acting Commissioner of the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) since February 2005, he has led the parks unification initiative to combine the two 100-yr old urban and state parks agencies, including consolidating operations, creating the world class parks management systems, and implementing the Fix-It-First approach to the DCR’s capital spending.


Prior to the DCR assignment, Secretary Pritchard was the Chief Operating Officer/Chief of Staff for the Executive of Environmental Affairs where he worked with environmental, business and government stakeholders on key initiatives and policies including environmental permitting reform, world class parks and oceans management.


Prior to state government, Secretary Pritchard, 47, spent most of his career working in business development and operations in the energy sector. He led the development and permitting of one of the cleanest combined cycle natural gas fired power production facilities in the country at Infrastructure Development Company. Prior to that, Pritchard was a vice president of operations at Intercontinental Energy Corporation, where he managed multiple energy production facilities. Pritchard also worked for 13 years at a mid-Atlantic based investor owned energy/utility company.


Mr. Pritchard earned his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Northeastern University in Boston in 1981. He earned a Masters Degree in Business Administration at Loyola College in Baltimore, Maryland in 1985. He lives in Scituate with his wife and their daughter.

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