We hope you can join us on Thursday, November 29th for our Executive Series Luncheon featuring Henry Chamberlain, President and Chief Operating Officer of BOMA International. Chamberlain directs BOMA International’s staff to support the Association’s 100 plus Local associations and affiliates of more than 16,500 members who own or manage more than 9 billion square feet of commercial property in North America and abroad. A member of BOMA staff since 1985, Chamberlain was promoted to his current position in 2001. Mr. Chamberlain will share his thoughts on the industry, provide an overview of BOMA International and discuss ways for BOMA Boston to be more engaged on a national level.
Henry Chamberlain, APR, FASAE, CAE, President and COO of BOMA International
Chamberlain is a member of the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), Greater Washington Board of Trade, National Capital Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (NCC-PRSA), Real Estate Roundtable, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Committee of 100. He serves on the Board of the Real Estate Associate Program (REAP) and is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Better Buildings Magazine. Chamberlain previously served on the Board of the Center for Association Leadership (2003-2007) and was the 2001 president of the NCC-PRSA. He was selected as an ASAE Fellow in 2009. He is a graduate of the University of Vermont
BOMA Boston’s Executive Series was developed to over networking and educational opportunities to commercial real estate professionals. Through breakfast and luncheon speaker sessions, BOMA Boston aims to bring members together with local and national industry icons, leaders, and prominent executives who will share their unique views and valuable experience.
Corporate Sponsorship $750. Includes reserved seating for 8 & sponsor recognition on marketing materials, event webpage, signage, name badges, and attendee handout.
BOMA Member $60 | BOMA Non-Member $80
Members Register Online | Click Here for Faxable Registration Form
Questions? Contact Maggie, 617-399-7856.