Aubre Carreón Aguilar is a Project Manager in the Executive Office of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (BCBSMA).
Previously, she was Assistant Director of Marketing for the Boston Redevelopment Authority. She is proud to have built the first standing desk in City Hall. Before her City stint, Aubre was on the staffs of U.S. Senator Edward M. Kennedy and U.S. Senator Paul G. Kirk. Then she worked for the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate serving both the CEO and COO.
She is President of the BCBSMA Young Professionals Network; a Team Leader of Mayor Menino’s and now Mayor Walsh’s ONEin3 Council; a member of The Metropolitans, a young professional group supporting Citi Performing Arts Center. She is also a member of the BCBSMA Blue Crew Leadership Council and led the first Service Day project north of Boston. At the Parthum Elementary School, over 50 BCBSMA employees transformed a parking lot into a playground with Playworks Massachusetts.
A native Arizonan, Aubre is an Ancient of Miss Porter’s School where she led the Perilhettes, the a cappella group. At Wellesley College, she studied Music – Vocal Performance and Latin American Studies – History and Art History. She studied under Gale Fuller and won the Brandeis-Wellesley Orchestra Concerto Competition in voice, performing Mozart’s Vado ma Dove? She published an article with James Oles on the undiscovered works of Raúl Anguiano, “Dichos Populares,” in Gritos desde el archivo: Grabado poltico del Taller de Gráfica Popular, an exhibition catalogue on Mexican prints. She also studied in Cuernavaca, Morelos, México.
She is guided by the mottos, audentes fortuna juvat [Fortune favors the bold], Miss Porter’s School’s “shape a changing world,” and Wellesley College’s non ministrare sed ministrare [Not to be ministered unto but to minister]. Aubre is a dedicated Hubway rider.