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Nutter Partner Paul Ayoub Appointed to Mayor Walsh’s Reopening Advisory Board for the City of Boston

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Nutter Partner Paul J. Ayoub, chair of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, was appointed to serve as a member of Mayor Walsh’s Reopening Advisory Board for the City of Boston. A member of Nutter’s Executive Committee, Mr. Ayoub co-chairs the firm’s COVID-19 Task Force, which identifies and solves for business and people issues related to the pandemic.

The City’s Reopening Advisory Board’s purpose is to create an ongoing dialogue with various leaders in the Boston community as the City reopens and recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic. The immediate goals of the board are to provide sector and industry perspective on the impact of COVID-19 and current challenges; and to use this perspective to advise the City of Boston as it plans to reopen.

Mr. Ayoub is a partner in Nutter’s Real Estate Department and Nonprofit and Social Impact group. A prominent leader in the Boston business community, he is a member and past president of the Board of Directors of the Real Estate Finance Association; past co-chair of the Chamber’s Regional Real Estate Development Leadership Council; and a member of the Board of Incorporators of the Boston Local Development Corporation. In addition, Mr. Ayoub serves on the national Board of Directors of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and ALSAC, the fundraising and awareness organization for St. Jude. He is currently the vice-chair of the St. Jude Board of Governors and previously served as chair of the ALSAC Board.

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