Paul Ayoub Appointed to the IINE’s Host Committee for the 2021 International Women’s Day CelebrationPrint PDF
Paul Ayoub has been invited to serve on the International Institute of New England’s (IINE) Host Committee for its 2021 International Women’s Day Celebration. This year, the virtual event will recognize Roxann Cooke, Regional Director of Consumer Banking and Wealth Management at JP Morgan, Kathrin Knauf, Vice President of Project Management at Moderna, and Kanika Soni, Chief Commercial Officer of TripAdvisor, on March 8.
The IINE hosts an annual International Women’s Day celebration to honor the achievements of women leaders. International Women’s Day is a global phenomenon, and IINE celebrates in a festive, supportive atmosphere that honors immigrant women and daughters of immigrants who have made a profound difference in New England and the world.
The event highlights the impact refugee and immigrant women have on our economy and our communities, and it celebrates the achievements of women everywhere. The speaking program features a conversation with the honorees about their life experiences. International Women’s Day has been observed around the world since the early 1900s. It is a collective day of global celebration and a call for gender parity.
Paul is a partner in Nutter’s Real Estate Department and a member of the firm’s Nonprofit and Social Impact practice group. In recognition for his leadership in the face of extraordinary challenges and proven record of driving meaningful results in advancing equity, diversity, and inclusion in the Boston business community, the Boston Business Journal named him to its Power 50 for 2020: Extraordinary Year, Extraordinary People.
He is chair emeritus and a member of the Executive Committee of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. He is also a member and past president of the board of directors of the Real Estate Finance Association. During his terms as a leader of the Chamber and REFA boards, both organizations increased their programming and policy advocacy with respect to issues impacting women and people of color, and both boards were transformed to become meaningfully more diverse.
Monday, March 8, 2021