The Fenway CDC’s board of directors are of diverse cultural and professional backgrounds. They contribute their time, expertise, and experiences to advance our mission of improving the quality of life for residents while building a healthier community.
For more information about joining our board, or if you have a candidate to recommend, please contact Leah Camhi at email@example.com
Gregory Paulson-Haig was born and raised in Belmont, attended Boston University School of Management, and has lived in the Fenway-Kenmore area for the last 7 years. Before moving to the Fenway, Greg had lived in the Boston area for 25 years, with brief residencies in California and Europe. Currently, Greg works at Operation ABlE, which helps to provide workforce development services and employment opportunities for senior citizens. Greg has held executive management positions in the trade show /conference and publishing industry for over 20 years. He was executive vice president and general manager of Key3media, Inc., the leading producer of trade shows and conferences for the information technology industry. He had also served as executive vice president of global sales and marketing for Ziff-Davis publishing, Softbank Ventures in Tokyo, and the Interface Group. Greg joined the Fenway CDC in 2011 after attending the Summer Social and has been an active member of the Urban Village and the Civic Engagement committees. In 2011-12, Greg joined other CDC members in advocating with Fenway elected officials to express our concerns about affordable housing, MBTA rate increases, and other issues. His interest in joining the board is driven by his passion for development and preservation of affordable housing and expansion of community involvement in the important issues affecting our neighborhood.
Greg is also a long-time member of Arlington Street Church, where he chairs the Membership Committee and is involved in several other service positions. He is also involved in campaigning and fundraising for many social action causes.