Lynette Paczkowski Elected Chair of Board of Directors of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass & MetroWest
Lynette Paczkowski has been elected Chair of the Board of Directors of Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Central Mass & MetroWest. Lynette previously served as vice-chair of the Board for two years and has volunteered for the organization since 2019. She has served on numerous subcommittees and is co-chair of the 60th Anniversary Big Celebration, which will be held on April 1, 2023.
Founded in 1963, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass & MetroWest has supported children in the community through individualized mentoring programs for 60 years, providing the social and emotional development needed for kids to build resilience, mental health and well-being. Speaking about her election at the BBBS Annual Meeting, Lynette said:
“I feel very fortunate to be stepping into the role of Board Chair at this time. Not only do I get to build off of the momentum and energy of 2022, but 2023 marks such a huge milestone for the agency – 60 years of matches and mentors! I look forward to working with the Board, with Connie, our CEO, and with the staff to reach even more youth across our 87 cities and towns.”
At Bowditch, Lynette is a pragmatic and trusted advisor with extensive experience advocating for her clients at trial and appellate courts across Massachusetts. She routinely guides and helps individuals navigate prenuptial agreements, divorces, child custody issues, and other domestic and familial disputes. She also represents individual and corporate clients from various industries, including construction, utility, professional services, real estate, nonprofit and education, in litigation matters and litigation-avoidance strategies in the areas of construction litigation, land use disputes and tort-related claims.
Learn more about Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass & MetroWest and Lynette’s role as Chair of the Board.
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