Person with short hair and coral colored shirt smiles at camera

Currently a librarian, Christine Hubbard was a partner at Pitt, Hubbard & Marshall, LLP, a law firm concentrating in real estate, zoning, land use, and environmental law. She is the governing council chair of the Autism Alliance of MetroWest, a nonprofit autism support center that joined Advocates in 2009. She is also a member of the executive committee of Advocates for Autism of Massachusetts, a statewide advocacy organization, and a member of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Autism Commission.

Christine is a graduate of Smith College, where she was a National Merit Scholar and elected to Phi Beta Kappa. She earned a juris doctor degree from Harvard Law School, and was admitted to the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Bar in 1981. In 2013 she earned a master's degree in library science from Simmons College. 

Christine joined the board in 2009. Active in her community, she is a past president of the Natick High School PTSO, and a past chair of the Town of Natick Zoning Board of Appeals. She has contributed to various publications, including the Massachusetts Zoning Manual and Practical Answers to Everyday Zoning Questions.