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The 150 most Influential Bostonians

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For years, Boston’s women have fought for a seat at the tables of power. Now, in a stream of elections, appointments, and hires over the past year or so, female leaders have finally positioned themselves at the head of many of those tables.

That’s represented throughout our 2023 ranking of the most influential Bostonians—in fact, nearly half of the people on the list are women. The most obvious example is our new number one: Maura Healey, who became the state’s first woman elected governor just a year after Michelle Wu became the first woman elected mayor of Boston.

#74. Elizabeth Lowrey
The city’s rapid growth and attempted return to new-normal office life have provided plenty of opportunity for Lowrey’s sought-after interior design work. That includes projects for AEW, Simmons University, Emerson College, St. Regis Residences, and Encore Boston—just a few of the spaces she and her team are designing or redesigning within the city.

#107. Daren Bascome
Bascome’s brand strategy and advertising agency operates on a foundation of innovation, authenticity, and inclusion, which is why he was the perfect choice to collaborate on a tourism campaign aimed at showcasing Boston in a way that better represents the diversity of the city’s neighborhoods—and the people who reside in them.

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