Working to level the playing field—and give you a head-start advantage!

Lisa McHatton — Executive Director

Lisa is the Executive Director of the New England Trade Adjustment Assistance Center, Inc. (NETAAC). She joined NETAAC in the late 80’s after obtaining her degree in business administration.  She quickly advanced through the contract and finance departments thanks to her aptitude to work with numbers and excellent work ethic.  Lisa was the Chief Financial Officer for 10 years and named Executive Director in 2006. 

Her empowering leadership style and commitment to seeing this manufacturing program succeed has turned NETAAC into one of the best performing centers in the nation.  Her passion and genuine concern for U.S. manufacturers is undeniable.  Lisa has dedicated 25 years to working with manufacturers, helping them to compete in both domestic and global markets.  She has initiated 100’s of successful projects that have resulted in sales growth and profitability.  She continues to believe today that a strong manufacturing region creates economic success!

Amy Milinazzo — Sr. Program Manager

Amy is the Sr. Program Manager for New England Trade Adjustment Assistance Center, Inc. (NETAAC). With over 18 years of sales, marketing, strategic planning and operations experience, she provides NETAAC’s clients with business consulting services throughout all phases of program engagement.  From initial client outreach and intake, to recovery plan development and implementation, Amy works to ensure program success and an increased competitive edge for all NETAAC clients. Amy is a graduate of Rivier University with a bachelor’s degree in Education.

Joseph Thomas — Business Recovery Specialist

Joe is a Business Recovery Specialist for the New England Trade Adjustment Assistance Center, Inc. (NETAAC).  He holds a degree in mechanical engineering and has many years experience in manufacturing, advising companies on operational, product development, business development and strategic planning issues. Joe has helped build success in a vast range of companies. He also has expertise in assisting companies with major restructuring and cost reduction initiatives.

Stephanie Bardouleau — Office Administrator

Stephanie is the Office Administrator for the New England Trade Adjustment Assistance Center, Inc. (NETAAC).  She manages NETAAC's back-end operations including finance and reporting, consultant invoicing and payments—as well as working with NETAAC's clients to ensure their program experience is efficient and effective. With a background in finance and education, Stephanie graduated from University of Massachusetts with an English Literature degree.


Board of Directors

NETAAC has a Board of Directors comprised of key leaders from both private and public sector companies representing the six New England states. Members have strong ties to the New England community and believe that NETAAC’s assistance helps U.S. manufacturers compete and succeed in the global marketplace.

President & Chairman: David Darlington – The Gildea-Darlington Group
Vice President: Sidney Holbrook – SJH & Associates
Treasurer: Richard Dragon – Certified Public Accountant
Secretary: William Gildea

Board Members

Charles (Chuck) Bunnell – Mohegan Tribal Nation
Robert Field, Jr., Esq. – Law Offices of Robert B. Field, Jr., PLLC
William Gildea – ECAP, LLC
Patricia Hanratty
John Johnson – Thames River Properties, LLC
Jan Marinelli  Lake Champlain Islands Economic Development Corporation
Lawrence Robinson  Maine Manufacturing Extension Partnership
Bobby Stephen
James Stewart – Central Economic Development Corporation
Christopher Way – Department of Resources and Economic Development
John Weigold – Hartland Technology Partners, LLC

New England Trade Adjustment
Assistance Center, Inc. (NETAAC)
71 Faulker Street, N.Billerica, MA 01862

Main   |   978.663.9870

Lisa McHatton 
Amy Milinazzo
Joseph Thomas  

FAX   |   978.663.9820

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