Mary-dith E. Tuitt, “Ms. Mary” was born on the Island of Montserrat in the British West. Mary is the only girl with five brothers. Alumni of the Boston Public school System she graduated from Boston Technical High School in 1985 and entered the United States Navy.

Mary served fourteen (14) years as a Navy Aviation Machinists Mate, first on active duty and then in the active & inactive Reserves. Her military career took her from Orlando, Florida, to San Diego, California, to South Weymouth, MA, to Rota, Spain and other Reserves stations. In 1991 she returned to Boston and became a student of East Coast Aero Technical School (Nationally Approved Training College). Mary did some military archive research on women of color in the USN and in 2010 she received info that as far as the archival research shows she was the first African American Aviation Machinist Mate (jet mechanic) in the Navy.

Mary currently serves as Chief of Staff for State Representative Gloria L. Fox; she has worked as Constituent Services Coordinator for a Boston City Councillor, providing support to the under-served communities of Boston, and has worked on various political campaigns. Over the years Mary has always been involved and vested in her community. Served as a volunteer with Boston Public schools, with various community youth groups, and with her church St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Columbia Road in Dorchester.



As a life-long believer of “giving back to the community”,
a brief sampling of Mary’s community activism includes:

A Justice of the Peace for Suffolk County
Notary Public for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Commissioner for MA Commission on the Status of Women
Member of the Boston Veterans Advisory Council
Board member Caribbean American Carnival Association of Boston Inc.
Board member for Tailored for Success Inc.
Associate member of VFW post 1018
Member of American Legion Post 16
Board of Trustees for We Are Educators with A Touch of Class (WEATOC)
Governing Board for Boston Community Leadership Academy – a pilot high school (BCLA)
Family Advisory Council (FAC) for Boston Community Leadership Academy
Development Officer for Fair Foods Incorporated (a dollar bag program for the needy) FFI
Public Relations Officer for the Montserrat Progressive Society of Boston (MPS)
Member of the Codman Hill Neighborhood Civic Association
Host and Producer of an IRadio, VIBE 105.3FM talk show: “Positive Impact”
And there is more to come with your help and support.
Mary uses her many skills to enrich, enhance and empower her Community.

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Marydith Tuitt is the best candidate for the 7th District. She is for the people with the people and works on behalf of the people. With undeniable experiences, a veteran, a chief of staff of the longest serving woman State Representative, the honorable Rep. Gloria Fox. — Claudy Jeune

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Marydith Tuitt is the best candidate for the 7th District. She is for the people with the people and works on behalf of the people. With undeniable experiences, a veteran, a chief of staff of the longest serving woman State Representative, the honorable Rep. Gloria Fox. — Claudy Jeune