Rebecca Haag

Rebecca Haag is the president and CEO of AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, New England’s largest AIDS service organization. More

Rebecca Haag became the President and CEO of AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts in April of 2003.

Before coming to AIDS Action, Haag had worked as a senior manager in a variety of corporate and government settings. Most recently, she was Vice President of Professional Services at Wheelhouse Corporation; Senior Vice President of WorkFamily Directions, where she managed elder and child care programs on behalf of blue chip corporations; and a Senior Vice President at Hill, Holliday where she managed human resources for this marketing and communications consulting firm.

Haag had served on the board of AIDS Action since 1996, both as treasurer and vice president and as a member of the executive committee. She has also served as a board member and volunteer at several non-profit organizations, including the Center for Women & Enterprise, Bright Horizons, the Women's Leadership Institute of Wells College, the The Human Rights Campaign Fund, and the Cambridge YWCA.

A graduate of Wells College, Haag received her MBA from Boston University. She lives in Jamaica Plain with her partner.

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