Haverhill.biz is a public organization that advocates on behalf of Haverhill's business community. Our alliance of businesses shares the goal of Haverhill's economic vitality, stewardship, and promotion. Haverhill.biz focuses on issues that directly impact Haverhill businesses, such as transportation, parking, public safety, infrastructure maintenance and improvement, signage, taxes, cleanliness, and zoning, and we voice the business community’s concerns and interests in a variety of forums.




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Matthew Juros

Matt is a registered architect with over 25 years of experience. Before starting his firm, he worked at architectural firms in Boston and Cambridge. After 15 years at larger firms he founded Fishbrook as a way of working in a more personal and crafted manner. 

Matt resides in downtown Haverhill and is a member of the Mayor's Downtown Development Committee, where he advocates for a new Comprehensive Master Plan for the city. Matt is a member of the Board of Directors of the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce. He has served on the Historic District Commissions in both Haverhill and Boxford. Matt is a passionate cyclist and has competed in bicycle races all over the country.

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Warren Seitz

Warren Seitz is a proven leader of high technology manufacturing, with experience in multiple areas of factory operations. He's demonstrated results improving safety, quality, output and cost and has vast experience implementing and using Lean Manufacturing systems.

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Seth Cordes

Seth Cordes is a trained System Dynamicist with over eighteen years experience in strategic analysis, commercialization and technical operations. In 2009, Seth founded Uncommon Catalyst, which provides strategic guidance and operational support services to a diverse set of clients.  



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Noah Koretz

Noah Koretz currently works with the Transformative Development Initiative, MassDevelopment’s place-based accelerator for urban districts in Gateway Cities, serving as both the Deputy Director of the Program and the Fellow responsible for the group’s work in Haverhill. Noah is an urbanist with a professional background in law and city planning and broad expertise in issues related to urban development.