Bob Lepson (he/him)

Originally from a suburb of Pittsburgh, PA, Bob moved to the Boston area to attend college more than four decades ago. He first moved to Brookline in 1983 and has been a full time resident of the town since 1991. Bob is married, has two adult children, both of whom attended the Public Schools of Brookline from K-12.

Since 2017, he has been a member of the Commission for Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Relations (CDICR) and a Precinct 9 Town Meeting Member. He has served on several other Town committees including the CDICR’s Fair Housing and Patterns of Racism committees. Bob focuses his time working on the advancement of racial, economic, and environmental justice while also spending time working to overcome the challenges of the housing affordability crisis in town.

Bob has been a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional since 2004 and is a partner in a fee-only financial advisory firm in Newton. He has been treasurer for two local political campaigns and seeks to promote the broad participation of members of historically marginalized communities in Brookline’s local government.