Watch interviewer Wes Slate in conversation with Hannah as part of a BevCam series with candidates ahead of the election.
Five candidates — Hannah Bowen, William Cosmas, Julie Flowers, Richard Tabbut and Sweeney — are competing for the three at-large seats. Flowers is the only incumbent. “This is a big transition point for the City Council,” Sweeney said. Bowen described herself as a “policy and government nerd” who wants to put her experience in the […]
The Labor Council said it is endorsing Hannah Bowen, Julie Flowers and Will Cosmas for Councilor At-Large and Steven Crowley in Ward 3. “Across the North Shore, workers are facing rising housing costs, stagnant wages and loss of benefits,” NSLC Executive Director Katie Cohen said. “With unprecedented federal and state investment coming to our communities, […]
Watch George Binns, host of BevCam show “What’s Happening,” in conversation with Hannah about the biggest issues facing the city, as part of a series of interviews with City Council candidates.
“MWPC is proud to endorse Hannah Bowen for Beverly City Council At-Large. We need bold leaders like Hannah Bowen who not only embody their community’s core values, but who recognize that transforming the face of our government is critical. We need more women in office because representation matters. Leading by example matters. We are confident […]
Hannah Bowen has been appointed executive director of the North Shore Community Mediation Center, succeeding current Executive Director Cynthia McClorey, who is retiring. Founded in 1994, the North Shore Community Mediation Center is a nonprofit part of a network of 12 community mediation centers in the state. Its staff and 43 trained volunteer mediators provide […]
Watch George Binns, host of BevCam show “What’s Happening,” in conversation with Hannah about the decision to run for City Council at-large, the latest on the Charter Review Committee, and more.
Another candidate has taken out nomination papers to run for City Council at-large. Hannah Bowen, a policy advocate and nonprofit director, announced her candidacy on Saturday. She will be competing for one of the three at-large seats on the City Council. Read the full story here.
The Swampscott native, with degrees from Harvard and Yale, said city government must be responsive in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. Read the full announcement here.