Maura Healey’s longtime partner is Gabrielle Wolohojian. However, they have not married and are only a live-in couple.
Maura Healey’s partner is a Massachusetts Appeal Court associate justice. Wolohojian has had a successful legal career, which she began in 1991 at a Boston law firm.
The newly appointed Massachusetts governor and her partner have openly supported and are members of the LGBTQIA+ community. The couple’s early love life is relatively unknown, with the couple only attending a few events together.
One of the reasons for Maura not sharing much about her love life is probably because it’s easy to get wrapped up in the dating lives of known personalities, which can sometimes take attention away from their work.
A graduate of Rutgers University, Wolohojian earned her bachelor’s degree in 1982 and further completed her Ph.D. from the University of Oxford in 1987.
Maura and her partner, Gabrielle, have had an interest away from their lives as civil servants. Maura is a former captain of the Havard women’s basketball team with many accolades to her name but moved after joining Northeastern Law School.
And if her partner was passionate about sports, Gabrielle loved her musical instruments. Gabrielle is an accomplished musician and violinist at the Boston Civic Symphony and the Boston Bar Orchestra.
The pair are yet to raise a family together, and with Healey defeating the republican Geoff Diehl in the election, the couple may wait a bit longer.