Kristy Senatori leads the Cape Cod Commission in designing innovative land-use policies, environmental and community resilience strategies, and comprehensive economic development initiatives through a multidisciplinary approach. She promotes collaboration among communities through information and regionalization projects and the implementation of decision support platforms designed to create efficiencies. Senatori has been a featured speaker at regional and national conferences. She graduated from Hamilton College with a bachelor of arts degree and received her law degree from Vermont Law School. She worked in the private sector for several years before joining the commission in 2008 and serving as the commission's chief regulatory officer and deputy director. Senatori is admitted to the Massachusetts Bar.