Founder, Chatter Boss Communications
Francy uttered her first word “flow-ah” at just six months old. Since that moment, she has never stopped loving to communicate, though she has learned how to pronounce the “r” in flower.
Francy graduated from New York University and started her career at NY1 and NBC News in New York, where she was nominated for an Emmy. Then, Francy shipped up to Boston and to produce the morning show for WBZ-TV.
She left news and became the Press Secretary for the State Treasurer of Massachusetts, where she oversaw all of the communications for several state agencies include the Lottery, School Building Authority and the Pension Fund. From the state, Francy worked with two high profile communications firms in Boston focusing on technology companies, healthcare brands and mission focused organizations.
After having her children, Francy became Vice President of Communications for Anderson Robbins Research, a political polling and market research firm with clients including Fox News, Royal Caribbean and Attorney General Maura Healey.
In 2010 and 2016, Francy served as the spokeswoman for successful ballot initiatives in Massachusetts.
Aside from launching Chatter Boss Communications, in 2018, Francy’s greatest professional achievement was being named a Rising Star in Business by the Boston Business Journal.
While clearly she hasn’t stopped talking since she was six months old, Francy and her husband David now have a house full of chatty children Danica, David and Robby. It’s the only place she can’t get a word in edgewise.