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Portrait de Thomas May
Age : 69
Public asset : 72,340,518 USD
Country of residence : Unknown
Linked companies : Bank of America Corp - Viacom, Inc. - NSTAR Electric Company

Summary 
Mr. Thomas J. May, CPA, is Non-Executive Chairman at Viacom, Inc., Chairman at Eversource Energy Foundation, Inc., Chairman at NSTAR Gas Co., Chairman at Public Service Company of New Hampshire, Chairman at Jobs for Massachusetts, Inc. and Chairman at Stonehill College, Inc.

He is on the Board of Directors at Northeast Utilities Foundation, Inc., Bank of America Corp., Liberty Mutual Holding Co., Inc., Nstar Electric & Gas Corp., Nstar Foundation, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Inc., Edison Electric Institute, Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, Liberty Mutual Group, Inc., Liberty Mutual Insurance Co., The Boston Chamber of Commerce, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Inc. and NSTAR Electric Co. Mr. May was previously employed as Non-Executive Chairman by Eversource Energy, Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer by Eversource Energy Service Co., Chairman by Yankee Gas Services Co., Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer by NSTAR, Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer by Boston Edison Co., Chairman by The Connecticut Light & Power Co., and Chairman by The Massachusetts Business Roundtable.

He also served on the board at FleetBoston Financial Corp. and New England Business Service, Inc.

He received his undergraduate degree from Stonehill College, Inc. and a graduate degree from Bentley University.


Current positions of Thomas May 
NameTitle Since
Bank of America Corp
(Banks)
Independent Director 2004
Viacom, Inc.
(Entertainment Production)
Non-Executive Chairman 2016
Public Service Company of New Hampshire Chairman 2012
Stonehill College, Inc. Chairman -
NSTAR Gas Co. Chairman 2012
Jobs for Massachusetts, Inc. Chairman -
Eversource Energy Foundation, Inc. Chairman 2012
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. Director -
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Inc. Trustee -
Liberty Mutual Group, Inc. Director -
Edison Electric Institute Director -
Liberty Mutual Holding Co., Inc. Director 2002
John F. Kennedy Library Foundation Director -
NSTAR Electric Company
(Electric Utilities)
Trustee -
Northeast Utilities Foundation, Inc. Director 2012
Boston Symphony Orchestra, Inc. Director -
Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Director -
The Boston Chamber of Commerce Director -
Nstar Foundation Trustee 1987


Holdings of Thomas May 
NameEquities%Valuation
Eversource Energy (ES)
Electric Utilities
1,196,0000.38%72,286,240 USD
Bank of America (BAC)
Banks
2,1420.0000%54,278 USD


Thomas May : Personal Network 
NameLinked companies
Gregory B. Butler NSTAR Gas Co.
Eversource Energy Foundation, Inc.
NSTAR Electric Company
Public Service Company of New Hampshire
Nstar Foundation
Northeast Utilities Foundation, Inc.
Joseph R. Nolan NSTAR Electric Company
Northeast Utilities Foundation, Inc.
Nstar Foundation
Edison Electric Institute
NSTAR Gas Co.
Public Service Company of New Hampshire
Eversource Energy Foundation, Inc.
James J. Judge Nstar Foundation
Public Service Company of New Hampshire
Eversource Energy Foundation, Inc.
Northeast Utilities Foundation, Inc.
NSTAR Electric Company
NSTAR Gas Co.
Werner Schweiger Nstar Foundation
Public Service Company of New Hampshire
NSTAR Gas Co.
NSTAR Electric Company
Eversource Energy Foundation, Inc.
David R. McHale NSTAR Gas Co.
Public Service Company of New Hampshire
NSTAR Electric Company
Nstar Foundation
Northeast Utilities Foundation, Inc.
Eversource Energy Foundation, Inc.
Christine M. Carmody Public Service Company of New Hampshire
Nstar Foundation
NSTAR Gas Co.
Eversource Energy Foundation, Inc.
NSTAR Electric Company
Northeast Utilities Foundation, Inc.
Philip J. Lembo Nstar Foundation
Eversource Energy Foundation, Inc.
NSTAR Electric Company
Public Service Company of New Hampshire
Leon J. Olivier Nstar Foundation
NSTAR Gas Co.
Public Service Company of New Hampshire
Northeast Utilities Foundation, Inc.
Eversource Energy Foundation, Inc.
NSTAR Electric Company
Jay S. Buth NSTAR Gas Co.
Public Service Company of New Hampshire
NSTAR Electric Company
Shari E. Redstone Viacom, Inc.
John F. Kennedy Library Foundation
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Inc.


Biography of Thomas May 
Thomas May (1594/5 – 13 November 1650) was an English poet, dramatist and historian of the Renaissance era.

Early life and career until 1630

May was born in Mayfield, Sussex, the son of Sir Thomas May, a minor courtier. He matriculated at Sidney Sussex, Cambridge, graduating B.A. in 1613. He wrote his first published poem while at Cambridge, an untitled three-stanza contribution to the University's memorial collection of poems on the death of Henry Prince of Wales in 1612. Although the majority of this volume's poems are in Latin, May's (along with a few others) is in English. It uses the trope of Pythagorean transmigration, which he re-employs in later works.

Acquaintance with Carew, Massinger and Jonson
In 1615 May registered as a lawyer at Gray's Inn in London. There is no record of what he did for the next five years.

During the 1620s May was associated with dramatic circles. In 1620 his romantic comedy, The Heir, was performed by the Players of the Revels. Although this company usually performed at the rowdy, open-air Red Bull Theatre, May's play was first performed privately (according to its only published edition), and is tonally ill-suited to a plebeian city audience. During the early 1620s May befriended the courtier, poet and diplomat Thomas Carew, who contributed a poem to the published text of The Heir in 1622, and probably also Philip Massinger. Massinger wrote at least one play for the short-lived Revels company (The Virgin Martyr, with Thomas Dekker) and shared May's generally Roman interests. In 1629 May wrote a commendatory poem for Massinger's The Roman Actor, describing him as his 'very deserving friend'. May knew Ben Jonson personally by the late 1620s, if not earlier.

In 1625 May was responsible for the verse translations in Kingsmill Long's translation of William Barclay's Arcadian political allegory.

Source @ Wikipedia




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Thomas May : Connections 
National Amusements, Inc.
Southern Connecticut State University
Northeast Human Resources Association
New England Air Museum
Connecticut Health Foundation
The Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants


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