Paul Francisco Named to Boston Business Journal

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<strong>Boston &mdash; Sept. 27</strong><br />Veritude, a provider of talent acquisition and management services, has announced that Paul Francisco, vice president of client relationship management, was named to the <em>Boston Business Journal</em>&rsquo;s (BBJ) annual 40 Under 40.  <br />The BBJ recognizes 40 outstanding professionals younger than 40 for their business success and community contributions.  Recipients of the BBJ&rsquo;s 40 Under 40 will be honored at an awards reception Thursday, Oct. 11 at the Marriott Boston Copley Hotel.<br /><br />At Veritude, Francisco is responsible for providing strategic guidance and client relationship management.  <br /><br />Since he joined Veritude in 2005, he has been instrumental in growing key client contracts and implementing programs that have raised satisfaction levels.  <br /><br />Before Veritude, Francisco held senior-level positions at Bank of America and The Gillette Co.<br /><br />Upon graduating from Boston University, Francisco joined the NFL and played for the New England Patriots.<br /><br />&ldquo;This is a well-deserved honor, and we are absolutely delighted that Paul was selected to this prestigious group of Boston area professionals,&rdquo; said Robert Lopes, Veritude president and CEO. &ldquo;Paul is truly dedicated to his career and his community, and we are proud that he is a member of the Veritude team.&rdquo;<br /><br />In addition to achieving career success, Francisco remains a tireless contributor to Greater Boston&rsquo;s civic community.  <br /><br />He is an active member of the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting, where he has played a significant role in the organization&rsquo;s growth from 100 to more than 800 members.  <br /><br />As a trustee of the Epiphany Middle School in Roxbury, Mass., Francisco helps inner-city children diagnosed with cognitive and behavioral challenges achieve success through a variety of educational programs that help prepare them for high school and college.  <br />Francisco is also actively involved with a number of other civic organizations, including Boston Food Bank, Bottom Line and the New England Patriots Alumni Association.

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