J.J. Bartlett is President of Fishing Partnership Support Services and brings over twenty years of health care industry experience to the job. In 1997 J.J. created, launched and managed the Fishing Partnership Health Plan which reduced uninsured fishing families in Massachusetts from 40% to 13%. The Boston Business Journal named J.J. a “40 under 40” honoree in 2008 and in 2009 he was called upon by the White House Office of Health Reform to testify on rural health issues and hard-to-reach populations. In 2013 he received the Offshore Mariner’s Wives Association’s “Friend of the Fishing Industry” award for his service to the industry. J.J. was educated at Harvard University and holds an MBA from Boston University with a concentration in health care management.