Mattison joins Vermont’s Public Assets Board

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MONTPELIER – Tiffany Bluemle, chair of the board of Public Assets Institute, recently announced that C.D. Mattison, of Burlington, has been elected to the board.

A nonpartisan nonprofit with offices in Montpelier, Public Assets Institute is Vermont’s premier independent research organization on the state budget, tax, and economic issues and the source for timely and in-depth state fiscal and policy analysis from the perspective of everyday Vermonters.

“We’re delighted to have Mattison join the board,” said Bluemle, who is the founder of Change The Story Vermont. “She is a passionate, clear thinker with a breadth of experience in the private and nonprofit sectors who will help ensure that our work continues to be relevant to the needs of all Vermonters.”

Mattison has spent most of her working life as an e-commerce consultant.

She currently works as a user experience designer and architect at OnLogic, a computer hardware manufacturer in South Burlington.

“I am excited to be joining the Public Assets Institute board,” Mattison said. “I believe in people and organizations who step up, stand up, and show up for justice, fairness, and the collective good of our community. Public Assets does this for Vermonters.”

After growing up in a military family stationed in Georgia, Alaska, and Germany, Mattison got her first glimpse of Vermont when she attended Dartmouth College.

A few years after graduation she was back and has been here since.

In addition to her work in tech, Mattison is active in community service.

She has served on the Committee on Temporary Shelter development board and as co-chair of the board of Outright Vermont.

More information about Public Assets Institute and reports based on its research and analysis are available on its website www.publicassets.org.