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Chamber Elects 14 to Board of Directors

May 11, 2017

The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce is pleased to welcome 14 new members to its board of directors. Newly elected board members include:

  • John E. Butterworth, Executive Vice President/Partner, CBRE
  • Geoff Cottrill, President, MullenLowe Boston
  • Susan Esper, Partner, Deloitte
  • Gerald Francis, President, Commuter Services, Keolis
  • Patrick Gilligan, Executive Vice President for Sales, Marketing and Product, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
  • Vicary M. Graham, Chair, BNY Mellon New England and President for Wealth Management in New England
  • Amy Latimer, President, TD Garden
  • Jose Luis Martinez de Larramendi, President, Primark U.S. Corp
  • Kevin Rasch, Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, MassMutual Financial Group
  • Darryl Settles, President/Managing Partner, Catalyst Ventures Development and Proprietor, Darryl’s Bar & Kitchen
  • Mike Shires, Head of Corporate Services, Shire
  • Jane Steinmetz, Boston Office Managing Principal, New England Markets Leader, Ernst & Young
  • Robert Sullivan, Managing Partner, Korn Ferry James Vallee, Partner, Nixon Peabody

“I am thrilled to welcome our newly elected directors to the Chamber’s board,” said James E. Rooney, President & CEO of the Greater Boston Chamber. “It is an exciting time for our organization as we embrace our transformed mission, purpose and vision, and as we launch a number of new programs and initiatives. These new additions to our Board each have incredible individual talents to add to this important work, and I’m looking forward to collaborating with them and our existing members to grow the Chamber’s impact even further.”

“The Chamber’s Board and Executive Committee are working together with the entire membership to truly move the dial on the most pressing issues facing greater Boston,” said Singh. “I am proud to welcome an exceptional group of Boston executives to this collaborative group, and I am especially proud that this new cohort is reflective of our region’s diverse business community.”