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Maryellen O'Brien

Maryellen O'Brien, American state agency administrator, art educator. Recipient certified of proficiency Boston Technology Center, 1985.


  • O'Brien, Maryellen was born on July 8, 1955 in Northern Attleboro, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of William Christopher and Alice Margaret O'Brien.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Fine Arts, Lesley College, 1996.


    • Medical secretary University Hospital, Boston, 1984-1985. Administrative secretary Boston University Medical Center, 1985-1988. Assistant office manager Division of Employment and Training, Boston, since 1988.

      Adjunct art instructor Quincy (Massachusetts) College, since 1993. Performance recognition committee member Division of Employment and Training, Boston, 1990.


    • Executed mural interior bathroom wall, Paradise Lane, Milton, Massachusetts, 1992. Represented in private collections.


    Speaker Governor Dukakis Job Fair Bayside Exposition Center, Dorchester, Massachusetts, 1985. Volunteer South Shore Art Association, Cohasset, Maine, 1994, volunteer instructor residential home, Chepachet, Rhode Island, 1995. Committee member Local Arts Council.

    Member National Museum of Women in the Arts, South Shore Art Association, Quincy Art Association (board directors since 1996).



    Painting, sculpting, swimming.


    • Married Robert Lane Latulippe, August 14, 1976 (divorced October 1981). Children: Paul Michael O'Brien Latulippe, Jeffrey Joseph O'Brien Latulippe.
    • father: William Christopher
    • mother: Alice Margaret O'Brien
    • spouse: Robert Lane Latulippe
    • children: Paul Michael O'Brien Latulippe O'Brien
    • Jeffrey Joseph O'Brien Latulippe O'Brien
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    • 1996
      Lesley College
    • 1984 - 1985
      Medical secretary, University Hospital
      Boston, Massachusetts, United States
    • 1985 - 1988
      administrative secretary, Boston University Medical Center
    • 1988
      assistant, office manager Division of Employment and Training
      Boston, Massachusetts, United States
    • 1993
      adjunct art instructor, Quincy (Massachusetts) College