Director of Development
Kendra Foley is the Director of Development at the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center.
Her background is in education policy, fundraising and non-profit development. She served in the Patrick Administration as Governor Patrick’s Director of Boards and Commissions as well as Chief of Staff to Secretary of Education Paul Reville. Prior to her work in state government, she worked on three statewide gubernatorial races. Committed to community service, she joined Teach for America after graduating from Boston College.
She lives in Watertown with her husband and three children and is a current member of the Watertown School Committee.
FY 2021 GOVERNOR’S BUDGET: Summary – Lack of new revenues constrains Governor’s ability to make bold moves
Big changes are afoot for Massachusetts in the coming fiscal year. FY 2021 is the start of a seven-year overhaul of school funding and lawmakers have bold plans to modernize the state’s transportation system. But growth in the money to pay for these and other public services is expected to slow in the coming fiscal year and likely beyond.
Statement Against Decoupling from IRC Provisions Governing Business Interest Expense Deductibility (163(j)) and the Taxation of GILTI
In 2017, the federal government adopted the Tax Cuts and Job Act (TCJA), giving very large tax cuts to corporations. Nationwide, businesses had their annual …
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, also known as #LatinxHeritageMonth (running Sept. 15-Oct. 15), our infographics analyze the number of eligible Hispanic tax filers per county that could or already benefitting from the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC).