Daniel Bosley is the owner of Dan Bosley Consulting Services whose clients include state and federal policy advocacy groups in the areas of clean energy, workforce development, homeless veterans and a World War II Museum.
He has also served as the President of the North Adams SteepleCats, a member of the New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL) from 2010-2017. He is the Chair of MountainOne, a banking, insurance and investment company; and is formerly a visiting professor at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA).
Prior to this, Bosley served for 24 years as the State Representative from the First Berkshire District. In the Legislature, Bosley was appointed to several leadership positions including chairing three committees and as a member of the conference committee on budgeting. He is credited with several job creation bills that resulted in the creation of thousands of jobs across the Commonwealth, as well as being the co-author of a groundbreaking life science bill and one of the first electricity restructuring bills in the country. While in the Legislature, Bosley was appointed to the Federal USTR’s Intergovernmental Policy Advisory Council and served as the National Chair of the Council of State Governments (2004).
A cum laude graduate of North Adams State College, with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science, Bosley received his Master of Science in Public Policy from the University of Massachusetts, and in 2001 was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws Degree from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. He was an Elliott Fellow at George Washington University in 2000 in the “Governing in a Global Age,” course and a Toll Fellow with the Council of State Governments in 1996.
Dan Bosley is a life long resident of the North Berkshire Community, living in North Adams, Massachusetts with his wife Laura.