Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave Overview
Webinar: Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave Overview
Presented by the Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave
Please join representatives from the Department of Family and Medical Leave (DFML) for a comprehensive overview of the Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML) program. In this webinar, the DFML team will offer information related to the recent regulatory update. The DFML team will address any questions that participants have regarding the PFML program. For more information regarding PFML, please visit http://www.mass.gov/dfml
Director of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave
William Alpine was appointed Director of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave in February 2019. He is responsible for implementing and overseeing the day to day administration, finance, and operations of this newly created program. He previously served as corporate counsel for a nationwide environmental consulting company. He oversaw the company’s environmental claims and cost recovery program. He was previously the Executive Director of the Commonwealth’s Petroleum Product Cleanup Fund. In that role, he was responsible for developing the day to day administrative functions of the Commonwealth’s environmental claims program. William holds a Juris Doctorate from Suffolk University Law School and a Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering from Massachusetts Maritime Academy.
Manager of Customer Engagement and Experience, Department of Family and Medical Leave
Mary Tibma joined the Department of Family and Medical Leave as the Manager of Customer Engagement and Experience in March 2019. In this capacity she provides services to both employers and employees in order to successfully contribute towards, apply for and receive benefits. This involves working with the business process design and driving the strategy for Agency wide campaign for “Customer Success.” Mary previously worked at the Mass RMV where she served as Deputy Registrar for External Services. She managed the 30 service centers across the Commonwealth as well as the 34 AAA branches that deliver limited RMV services. Prior to her work in state government she was co-owner of a residential design and construction firm for 15 years and has also worked in large corporations and the non-profit sector.