Torres currently serves as the CEO/President of the Western Mass Tiny Home Initiative and served as a compliance and operations manager for a construction company. She previously worked as a property manager for both the Valley Opportunity Council and Home City Housing. Torres holds a Master’s degree in Organizational Management and Leadership, and a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services from Springfield College.
Mayor Sarno states, “First, I want to thank everyone who submitted a letter of interest to serve on our Board of Police Commissioners. Christy Torres is a person of high character and well respected in our community. She brings a unique perspective with her well-rounded background of work, education, and community involvement. Her life and career experience will complement our Board of Police Commissioners well, and I have the full confidence in her abilities to serve our community in this capacity as a member of our Board of Police Commissioners.”
Christy Torres said, “I want to thank Mayor Sarno for his vote of confidence in my abilities to serve on the Board of Police Commissioners. I believe that my life experiences and educational and work background make me an excellent choice to serve my community. I am looking forward to joining this distinguished Board and utilizing my skills to serve my community and the Springfield Police Department.”