Chamber Coffee with the CEO Series Features Magliocchetti

Attorney and Haverhill School Committeeman Paul A. Magliocchetti hosts “Coffee with the CEO” April 7.

The Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce’s April “Coffee with the CEO” features attorney and Haverhill School Committeeman Paul A. Magliocchetti.

The “Coffee with the CEO” program debuted in March with Thomas Mortimer, president and CEO of Haverhill Bank. The series takes place monthly from 8 to 9 a.m., and is open to chamber members and their guests. Continental breakfast is provided. The April 7 program takes place at Sheehan, Schiavoni, Jutras and Magliocchetti ,70 Bailey Boulevard, Haverhill. Registration is required. Cost is $5 for members and $10 for non-members. Seats are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

“This program will provide an intimate setting for a mentoring-like program for young professionals, entrepreneurs and small business owners who may face challenges in launching or building their careers,” said chamber President and CEO Stacey L. Bruzzese. “Additionally, it is an excellent venue for established professionals to assemble and brainstorm possible resolutions for business challenges and personal roadblocks currently hindering the achievement of their business goals, or reaching the next level in their careers, or realizing their true potential in business, community or professional roles,” she added.

Magliocchetti is a partner with Sheehan, Schiavoni, Jutras and Magliocchetti. He is a graduate of College of the Holy Cross and Suffolk University Law School and practiced law since 2002, becoming a partner in his firm in 2004. In 2014, he and law partner Robert Jutras purchased the office building housing the firm and took over the management responsibilities. Since that time the practice has grown to be one of the largest, full service law firms in Greater Haverhill with 11 attorneys—seven full-time and four of counsel. A second office opened in Woburn.

In 2010, Magliocchetti became a director with the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce, and last year was elected to its executive committee.  Along with his partners, he serves on several boards in the community, including the Bethany Homes, Greater Haverhill Foundation, Haverhill Public Library and Holy Family Hospital. He also coaches his son’s youth hockey and soccer teams.

For additional information, assistance with registration or questions contact Melissa Seavey at (978) 373-5663 or [email protected].