Paul J. Nasser is Appointed to NAIOP’s National Board of Directors
Paul J. Nasser, who has served as President and Chairman of the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Association of Office and Industrial Properties (NAIOP), has been appointed to NAIOP’s National Board of Directors. His term will commence January 1, 2008 and continue through December 31, 2010. Paul Nasser, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Office of Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation, will work with the national committee to emphasize the policies and programs that have been critical to NAIOP’s success including: increasing membership and membership participation, developing new and enhancing existing educational programs, and building networking opportunities for industry professionals.
“The focused initiatives NAIOP undertakes are invaluable to industry professionals on a local and national level and I am excited to play a role in this prestigious organization,” commented Paul Nasser.
As CFO and COO of Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation, Mr. Nasser is a member of the investment committee and oversees Performance Reporting, Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources and Administration. Prior to joining Intercontinental, Mr. Nasser was Senior Vice President and Team Leader in Fleet’s Real Estate Finance Group. Before joining Fleet, he held various senior management positions in the banking industry. Active in many civic and charitable organizations, Mr. Nasser is on the Board of Directors for Junior Achievement of Eastern Massachusetts; on the Board of Directors for the Greater Boston Board of Real Estate Finance Association; and former Chairman of the Advisory Board for the St. John the Evangelist School. Mr. Nasser also holds memberships with the Treasurer's Club of Boston, National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries (NCREIF), National Association of Real Estate Investment Managers (NAREIM); and the Pension Real Estate Advisory (PREA).
A native of Massachusetts, Mr. Nasser received his BA in Urban Planning from the University of Rhode Island and his MBA from Suffolk University.