Stephen Rollins has more than 35 years experience in municipal management, having most recently served as the Town Administrator and Town Manager for Hanover, Massachusetts, from 1987 to 2012. Prior to his work in Hanover, Mr. Rollins served as the Town Treasurer and Collector in Weston, MA, from 1981 to 1987; and as Administrative Assistant to the Board of Selectmen in Weston, MA, from 1978 to 1981. Since his formal retirement Mr. Rollins served as the interim HR Director for the Town of Framingham MA. Mr. Rollins earned his Masters Degree in Public Administration from the University of Illinois in 1977, and his BA in Political Science from the University of Vermont in 1974. Mr. Rollins has a particularly strong background in municipal finance and human resources. He has served as a Guest Lecturer with Professor Michael S. Dukakis on State and Local Government at Northeastern University, Department of Political Science; as Guest Lecturer on “The Arbitrator Rules” at Northeastern University Graduate School’s Public Administration Program; as Guest Lecturer on “Duties and Responsibilities of the Executive Body: at South Shore Regional High School, and as Guest Lecturer on “Hanover Mall Police” at Northeastern University Graduate School’s Public Administration Program. Mr Rollins joined MRI upon his retirement in 2012 and serves as a municipal management consultant.