- June 26, 2014
-- The South Shore Chamber of Commerce, the region’s largest Chamber, today announced that Paul G. Black of Hingham, Senior Vice President of Commercial Banking at Santander Bank has been named to the Chamber’s Board of Directors. Black is based at the company’s headquarters in Boston at 75 State Street.
In this capacity, Black will work with South Shore Chamber President and CEO Peter Forman, and Board of Directors Chairman Ray Belanger to help oversee general strategy and direction for the Chamber.
Black, whose experience as a corporate lender has earned him great recognition throughout his career, received a Bachelor’s degree in Government from Colby College and his MBA, Finance from Babson College.
In addition to his position on the Chamber’s Board of Directors, Black is a Board member and Treasurer of the Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation.
Peter Forman, President and CEO of the South Shore Chamber of Commerce, said, “We’re excited to announce Paul as a member of our Board. His comprehensive experience within the financial industry and commitment to the growth and prosperity of the South Shore region contribute to his being a valued member on our Board of Directors.”About the South Shore Chamber of Commerce
The South Shore Chamber of Commerce has long been recognized throughout the state as one of the most active and forceful advocates for the business community and numbers among the larger Chambers of Commerce nationally. The South Shore Chamber is a not-for-profit association of businesses in the communities south of Boston. It is committed to helping its members grow their businesses and to improve the business climate in the region. Members range in size from major international corporations headquartered on the South Shore to small local firms and sole proprietorships. For additional information on the Chamber, please visit www.southshorechamber.org
or call 617-479-1111.