Senator Dan Wolf
Massachusetts Cape & Islands District
Senator Wolf Announces His Legislative Team

BOSTON - State Senator Dan Wolf (D-Cape & Islands) has blended experience and continuity with fresh faces and new perspectives in assembling a legislative team for the new session.

Seth Rolbein, Senator Wolf’s chief of staff, has been engaged in Cape & Islands issues since the mid-1970s. Seth was the founding editor of The Cape Cod Voice, editor of the Community Newspaper Company’s Cape Cod newspapers, produced multiple documentaries on public television about the Cape (and other subjects), and authored two books about cleanup efforts at the Massachusetts Military Reservation. He has lived on the Cape for much of the past 35 years, after graduating from Harvard College. He was Senior Advisor on the recent election campaign.

Micaelah Morrill is joining Senator Wolf as his legislative director. Originally from Iowa and a UMass-Amherst graduate, she has spent the last four years working for former Senator Robert O'Leary on scheduling, budget items, press and legislation. Micaelah is very familiar with the Cape & Islands and looks forward to continuing her work on behalf of the district.

Jay Coburn, Senator Wolf’s director of community relations, has had an unusual career as a community activist, advocate and small business owner. A year-round resident of the Outer Cape since 1996, Jay was chef and co-owner with his spouse John Guerra of Chester Restaurant in Provincetown. He served on Provincetown’s Planning Board and Wastewater Advisory Commission from 1998 to 2000, and on the boards of the AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod and the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater. Currently he is a member of the Truro Democratic Town Committee. From 1986 to 1996, Jay lived in Washington, DC and was a lobbyist and advocate for community-base AIDS service providers. Jay graduated from Cornell University and grew up on a small family farm in northwestern New Jersey.

Sue Rohrbach, Senator Wolf’s district director, has been involved in the public sector for nearly all of her career. Most recently, she spent nine years in a similar role with former Senator Robert O’Leary. Prior to that, she was a consultant working on land use and alternative dispute resolution, and a coordinator for campaigns for the Cape Cod Land Bank and for preservation of 15,000 acres at the Massachusetts Military Reservation as the Upper Cape Water Reserve. Sue has served on Barnstable’s Town Council, Planning Board, Community Preservation Committee, and Charter Commission. She is a Brown University graduate and received a graduate certificate in politics and government from UMass-Boston. Sue lives in Centerville. She and her husband have 3 grown sons and 1 grandson.

Suzanne Legere joins Senator Wolf as scheduler and director of constituent services, working mainly at the State House. Suzanne’s career has focused on customer service and office administration. Before working at Cape Air, she was administrative assistant to the Director of Airport Services for Continental Airlines at Logan Airport, and worked with employees, customers, and vendors. She was also the point of contact for Massport and Customs. Suzanne has helped build homes with Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod, plunged into the Atlantic Ocean on New Year’s Day to help another charity, and is known for maintaining a smile even in the midst of chaos.

Senator Wolf and his staff can be reached at the State House at 617-722-1570. Staff on the Cape can be reached at 508-775-0162. The Senator also can be contacted via his constituent website,