Melissa Mazzeo has served as Pittsfield City Councilor At-Large since 2010, re-elected for five consecutive terms, and elected as Council President in 2014. During her time as Councilor, Melissa has been a responsive and engaged representative, addressing concerns from the public through thoughtful analysis and data gathering about the community’s needs and interests. Melissa is an experienced leader with expertise in Pittsfield laws, ordinances, and regulations.
Melissa has dedicated her career and life in the Pittsfield community to service. She serves as the Board President for The Gladys Allen Brigham Center/ Girls Inc., a multi-service organization focused on education and empowerment for children, and girls in particular. Melissa is also a member of Zonta International, dedicated to advancing the status of women, and an active volunteer for the Ralph Froio Senior Center and the Here At Home Committee, welcoming soldiers back to Berkshire County from active duty. She has also coached youth softball for the last decade.
Melissa is a graduate of Springfield Tech Community College, and a dental hygienist by trade, with 22 years of experience in the field.
Melissa and her husband Anthony of 23 years have two daughters, Mia and Tèa.