About Maureen Goggin
GOGGIN, MAUREEN is the Boston Globe's multimedia director, which includes coordinating the work of the national, foreign, metro and health and sciences desks with Boston.com. Previously, she had served as the research editor. She has been working at the Globe since 1992. She graduated from Georgetown University with a degree in American Government. Her first job was as a staff assistant to former Massachusetts Congressman Robert Drinan. As deputy director of the Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues, she founded and edited the Caucus' biweekly legislative newspaper. Goggin was staff director to Cong. James Shannon (D-MA). After Shannon was defeated in a race for the US Senate, she moved to Massachusetts and worked as a policy analyst in the office of federal relations for Massachusetts Governor Michael S. Dukakis. When Shannon ran for Massachusetts Attorney General in 1986, Goggin served as deputy campaign manager in his successful campaign and took a post as director of legislative affairs in the Attorney General's office. Goggin returned to Washington in 1988 to serve as executive director of the Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues. She then served as staff director to Cong. Charles Schumer (D-NY). She returned to Massachusetts in 1991.
- Was accepted for Dec 10-15 2006 Multimedia Training.
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Content on this site written by Maureen Goggin (includes contributory writing):
- Survival of the Fastest
- In August 2006, researchers in California and Illinois used a highly magnified camera to track how fast trap-jaw ants snapped shut their jaws. The concluded that the powerful insect can ...