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Meet Representative
Steve Ultrino

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Steve Ultrino is the State Representative for the 33rd Middlesex District, and was elected to the Massachusetts General Court in November of 2014. Prior to his election as State Representative, Steve served as a member of the Malden School Committee for 8 years (2004-2012) and as a Malden City Councilor for Ward 2 for 4 years (2012-2016).

A Leader in the Community...

Steve is a lifelong resident of Malden and has been active in his community for over 30 years. He believes that the people and the community should always come first. Committed to this belief, Steve has been a leader in the community and fought for a better Malden throughout his career. Working with his colleagues, Steve secured millions of dollars for infrastructure improvements for Ward 2 while providing outstanding constituent services. Steve was the Ward 2 Councilor until January 2016.

He served 16 years as President of the St. Rocco Society and 7 years as a board member and Chairman of the Malden YMCA. He also served on the Board of Directors of the Monsignor Neagle Housing Association and is a long-time member of the Malden Kiwanis. Steve is a lifetime member of the Massachusetts Association of School Committees and was recognized across the Commonwealth for his service and doctoral research in 2013.

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...and a Lifelong Educator

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After graduating from the Immaculate Conception School and Malden Catholic High School, Steve earned his B.A. in U.S. History and Secondary Education from Suffolk University. Steve then earned his M.S. in Adult and Organizational Learning from Suffolk University, a C.A.G.S. in Educational Leadership from Emmanuel College, and went on to earn an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Governance from Nova Southeastern University. Prior to being elected as State Representative He served as President of the Massachusetts Correctional Education Association for 4 years and was President of the State Directors Council for the International Correctional Education Association. in 2014, he served as the Director of Education for the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office, where he worked to educate, retrain, and repurpose inmates to reduce their rate of recidivism and help them become productive members of society upon their release from incarceration.

Steve taught business, economics, career development, and technology at Malden Catholic High School and served as the school principal and business manager at St. Mary’s Parish in Winchester. He is currently an instructor at both Salem State University and his alma mater, Suffolk University, where he teaches courses on education and communication. The Ultrino family immigrated to Malden in the early 1900s from Italy to work in local factories. Steve credits many of the opportunities he was afforded to the hard work of his family. He is also proud of the values he was taught within the Malden community.

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