NEC Members Dominate List of Influential Bostonians
On September 24, the Boston Business Journal released its annual “Power 50,” a list of the 50 most influential Bostonians. NEC President & CEO Jim Brett was named to the list, along with a number of other NEC members.
“The power players in Boston are the ones getting things done and leading change in the Boston economy,” the BBJ said in announcing the list. The newspaper drew from some 100 outside nominations as well as its staff’s own institutional knowledge in compiling the list.
The following New England Council members joined Brett on the “Power 50” list and will be honored at a reception at the Boston Harbor Hotel in November:
Anne M. Finucane, Global Strategy & Marketing Officer, Bank of America Corp.
Andrew Dreyfus, President & CEO, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
Jim Koch, Brewer and Founder, The Boston Beer Co.
John Henry, Principal Owner, The Boston Red Sox
William K. Bacic, New England Managing Partner, Deloitte & Touche
Joseph Tucci, President & CEO, EMC Corp.
Abigail Johnson, President, Fidelity Investments
Eric H. Schultz, President & CEO, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
Drew Gilpin Faust, President, Harvard University
Karen Kaplan, President & CEO, Hill Holliday
David H. Long, CEO, Liberty Mutual
R. Robert Popeo, Chairman, Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo
Malcolm Rogers, Director, Museum of Fine Arts
John T. Hailer, President & CEO, Natixis Global Asset Management
James S. Davis, Chairman, New Balance
Thomas J. May, President & CEO, Northeast Utilities
William H. Swanson, Chairman & CEO, Raytheon
Jay Hooley, CEO, State Street
John F. Fish, Chairman & CEO, Suffolk Construction
Robert L. Caret, President, University of Massachusetts
J. Keith Motley, Chancellor, University of Massachusetts Boston
William Lee, Partner, WilmerHale
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