August 31, 2015
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Kristine Maloney

Assistant Vice President, TVP Communications (works in Worcester for Colorado-based company)

Birthplace: Worcester
Residence: Worcester
High school: Burncoat High School
Colleges and degrees earned: Bachelor's degree, Stonehill College; master's degree, Clark University

Career highlights: Reading my first national story hit the front page of USA Today, ghostwriting articles published in The New York Times, and working with the late Rev. John Brooks, former College of the Holy Cross president, on a feature for NBC's Today Show.

Community involvement: Most recently I've been fortunate to spend time volunteering in the classroom, on field trips and building a playground for my daughter's preschool class at Chandler Magnet School. I also served in a communications/media relations role on the Nativity School of Worcester's 10th Anniversary Gala Celebration Dinner Committee.

Ultimate career goal: To always be doing work I love, believe in and am truly passionate about.

Non-relative you admire most: Single parents. You're amazing.

Favorite book: "A Prayer for Owen Meany," by John Irving

Hidden talents: They may be so hidden that I still haven't found them — though I am a pretty good baker and a champion chocolate eater.

"By the time I turn 50, I'd like to have accomplished … a successful work-life balance that inspires and guides my children."

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