Framingham woman named partner at Touchstone Law Offices
Veronica C. Viveirosof Framingham, has been made a partner at Touchstone, an Andover-based law firm specializing in property closings, litigation and estate planning services.
She brings over 25 years of experience in real estate transactions, probate law, estate planning as well as building her own successful practice. His specialties include real estate law, estate planning and probate matters.
Touchstone gains a new MetroWest office on Route 9 in Framingham with the arrival of Viveiros.
She is fluent in Spanish and proficient in Portuguese.
Jason Daniel, of Framingham, was recently appointed by the board of directors of Framingham Public Access Corporation to serve as executive director of Access Framingham TV, a not-for-profit organization funded by cable television subscribers which serves Framingham. .
He is responsible for the overall running of Access Framingham with plans to steer the organization around community service through media programming and education.
Daniels was most recently executive director of Easton Community Access Television, where in 2010 he began building the organization from the ground up into a four-channel station with 24/7 streaming and hundreds of events covered each year.
He also managed public access operations at Medfield and Lowell, and is founder and producer of the 100 Seconds International Film Festival.
Daniels holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in video from Rutgers University.
Matt Pepinde Medway, who is a sportswriter at the Boston Globe, was recognized by his alma mater, Eastern Connecticut State University, at its annual President’s Leadership Luncheon and Awards Ceremony.
Due to his rise in journalism, Pepin received this year’s Distinguished Alumni Award. As the Boston Globe’s sports editor, he oversees a team of 30 full-time and 20 part-time staff in producing content for the newspaper’s print newspaper, websites, newsletters and social media. .
Pepin joined the Globe in 2009 as a digital sportswriter before his final promotion in 2018. He was previously a sportswriter at the New Haven Register and the Times Record-Herald in Middletown, New York.