East Boston Resident Named One of Ten ‘Outstanding Young Leaders’ by Boston
Chamber of Commerce
(Boston, October 29) Justin
Pasquariello, executive director of Children’s HealthWatch, was honored last
night as one of the Boston Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 Ten Outstanding Young
Leaders (TOYL) at the Westin Waterfront Hotel. Pasquariello and the other young
leaders were nominated by members of the community and selected by a committee
of Chamber members for their talent and various contributions to the region.
Children’s HealthWatch, founded at Boston Medical Center, is a nonpartisan
network of pediatricians, public health researchers, and
children’s health and policy experts committed to improving children’s health in
Pasquariello also is the founding executive
director of Silver Lining Mentoring and currently serves on the organization’s
board. In addition, he serves on the advisory board of the Taubman Center for
State and Local Government at the Harvard Kennedy School, and previously worked
as a nonprofit consultant with the Bridgespan Group.
Justin Pasquariello addresses attendees at the Boston Chamber of Commerce’s 2015
Ten Outstanding Young Leaders Awards at the Westin Waterfront Hotel last night.
Past recipients of the Chamber’s TOYL Award include President John F. Kennedy,
conductor Leonard Bernstein, business leader Jack Connors, Jr., and community
advocate Carol Fulp.
From left to right: James E. Rooney,
president & CEO of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, Justin Pasquariello,
and Antoinette Antonio, anchor, WCVB-TV and the Emcee of the awards ceremony.