Join us on an exciting road trip around the country on the Road to PDT 2020! On our way to Dallas, we'll be visiting several of our chapters and learning about the diverse sights, sounds, and tastes that make up our national membership. Buckle up and hang on - here we go!


In a few words, tell us about your chapter.
The AGA Boston Chapter thrives on continuous improvement. With a diverse membership representative of the public, private and nonprofit sectors as well as students and retirees, the chapter is well-rounded and welcomes participation throughout the New England area.

What's a quirky fact about Boston that others probably don't know?
The AGA Boston Chapter is uniquely located in the “Hub” of the sports universe, with a fanatical base supporting the New England Patriots, Boston Celtics, Boston Bruins, Boston Red Sox and New England Revolutions — all recent World Champions.

What tourist attraction would you recommend to an out-of-towner?
There are numerous attractions, current and historical, representing the birth of our nation, presidential politics, museums, bed and breakfasts in western Massachusetts to North Shore sea captains' homes, to Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.

Where or what should we eat in Boston?
Whether you are a foodie, interested in local cuisine or traditional diner, there are many choices for surf, turf, vegetarian and dessert choices.

What’s the best road trip song for us to add to our playlist?
Boston, which is home to the Boston Pops and other nationally recognized musicians, has several songs, but the most well know may be by Boston – “More Than A Feeling.” Other additions includ “Please Come to Boston” by Dave Loggins, “Dirty Water” by the Standells, and visiting Fenway Park during the 7th inning stretch, Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline.”

What are you looking forward to most about PDT 2020?
The overall experience. A program with robust choices and depth. The opportunity for networking and social engagement.