NEC Board Member Ryan Hutchins Named to 40 Under 40
New England Council board member Ryan Hutchins of Gilbane Building Company was named to the Boston Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Honorees. The list celebrates local civic and business leaders “who are making a major impact in the community while also improving the civic health of the Boston area through volunteer work and other forms of philanthropy.”
Ryan currently serves as Senior Vice President/Regional Manager for Gilbane. He created a partnership between Gilbane and Madison Park Technical Vocation High School in Roxbury through which Gilbane provides internships and a scholarship to encourage minorities to participate in the construction workforce. Ryan also teaches classes at Gilbane University, the company’s internal training program. Additional accomplishments are listed in a Gilbane press release.
“Ryan is a true reflection of Gilbane’s Core Values through his unyielding commitment to integrity, his dedication to excellence and mentoring young managers and leaders through a team work philosophy, as well as his loyalty to the communities that he lives and works,” explained Michael McKelvy, President and COO of Gilbane. “Ryan continues to be a visionary leader who has had a tremendous impact on the success of Gilbane. We look forward to incorporating his vision and talent to promote expanded growth within New England and beyond.”
Other New England Council members acknowledged on Boston Business Journal’s list include: John Brownstein from Boston Children’s Hospital, Mon Chau from Deloitte LLP, Jeff Karp from Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Juan Lopera from Tufts Health Plan, Monica Neuman from McDermott Will & Emery, Shagha Tousi from Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP, and Kripa Varnasi from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The New England Council congratulates Ryan and our other members on this notable accomplishment.
For the full list of Boston Business Journal 40 under 40 Honorees, see this article.
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