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The 193rd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Representative Rob Consalvo Democrat - 14th Suffolk

After graduating Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, with a degree in Political Science, Rob Consalvo started his career in public service nearly 30 years ago as an aide to Massachusetts Senator Edward M. Kennedy. Rob began as an intern in the Senator’s office and later held the positions of staff assistant and press assistant working out of Senator Kennedy’s offices in Washington, DC and Boston. Rob also served as a Legislative Aide in the office of Massachusetts State Representative Angelo M. Scaccia.

Rob’s experience in public service inspired him to launch his own bid for public office. In 2002, he was elected to the Boston City Council in a special election. He served 12 years as the City Councilor from District 5, which encompasses the neighborhoods of Hyde Park, Readville, Roslindale and Mattapan. During his time on the Boston City Council, Rob chaired the committees on Public Safety, Housing and Ways and Means. After serving on the Boston City Council, Rob became Deputy Director for the City of Boston’s Boston Home Center, which is instrumental in executing the city’s housing and homeownership policy. He has also served as a Trustee on the City of Boston’s Neighborhood Housing Trust as well as a Trustee on the SEIU 888 Housing Trust.

Rob also worked as Senior Advisor to the Superintendent of the Boston Public Schools where he oversees School Committee relations, Intergovernmental Relations, Interdepartmental Relations and constituent services as well as many other special projects.

Today, Rob serves as the State Representative for the 14th Suffolk District representing the Boston neighborhoods of Hyde Park, Roslindale, Readville and West Roxbury. He currently serves on the Committees on COVID-19 & Emergency Preparedness & Management, Housing, Revenue and Bonding, Capital Expenditures and State Assets.

Rob is the proud father of three Boston Public Schools students, Amanda, Anthony and Austin and lives in Hyde Park with his children and wife Michelle.

Personal Information

Education & Public Service

  • Xavier University 1991
  • Catholic Memorial High School 1987
  • MA House of Representatives 2021
  • Boston City Council 2002-2013