FRAMINGHAM – After 3.5 years with the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce, Paul Joseph, the Chamber’s CEO & President is leaving.
The announcement was made to members by the Chamber’s Chair of the Board Katherine Garrahan, who is an a attorney Bowditch & Dewey, this afternoon, Feb. 27.
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“Our President and CEO, Paul Joseph. Paul has decided to leave his post as the Chamber’s President and CEO in the near future to resume his consulting practice and continue teaching opportunities,” wrote Garrahan. “For three and a half years, Paul has worked hard to advance the goals of the Chamber and its members. All of us at the Chamber are grateful to Paul for his service and dedication.”
“Since joining the executive leadership of the Chamber in 2015, Paul has served as an effective voice for business at both the municipal and state level. He has worked hard to establish and deepen relationships with key membership sectors, one example of which is his dedication to the creation of the MetroWest Life Sciences Network. In addition, he has helped generate discussion around and develop actionable solutions to local employer concerns such as workforce access and reverse-commute transportation challenges. All of us wish Paul the best,” she wrote.
“Please know that the leadership team and Chamber staff remain committed to you and your business. We will be working to make this transition as seamless as possible, and will continue to bring you the same vibrant programing and support to which you are accustomed. In addition, we welcome any feedback you may have while our transition team considers the needs of the Chamber and its members as we begin the search for our next President and CEO,” wrote Garrahan.
Joseph will stay with the Chamber through one of its largest events in March – The Taste of MetroWest.