The Commonwealth Institute Announces the Appointment of Elizabeth L. Hailer as Executive Director
BOSTON, Mass – January 9, 2017 – The Commonwealth Institute today announced the selection of Elizabeth L. Hailer as its new Executive Director, concluding a successful search process over the last few months.
Ms. Hailer comes to TCI with over 30 years of in-depth experience in senior executive business development and marketing roles in a variety of industries, and is an especially well-regarded strategic brand builder by the major national and local professional service firms she has represented. Ms. Hailer has been long committed to the advancement of women in business. Her professional and non-profit activities include serving on the Board of Directors of the Association of Corporate Growth; The Women of the Harvard Club Leadership Committee; and The Boston Club. She has also been active with The Legal Marketing Association, as well as The Commonwealth Institute. A gifted speaker, she has presented to a variety of groups including Baker Tilly International, M&A International Global Conference, and the Mass Society of CPA’s.
Pam Reeve, Chair of the TCI Board of Directors, commented, “We were fortunate to have a number of highly qualified candidates for this important role as TCI begins its 20th anniversary year. The combination of acumen from having run her own business, engagement and leadership development expertise developed in working with countless clients, and her devotion to advancing women in business made Elizabeth the right person to take on the leadership of The Commonwealth Institute. The Board and I look forward to working with her as we position TCI for the next two decades.”
Elizabeth L. Hailer added, “I welcome this opportunity to assume a vital role in advancing TCI as we further engage membership, expand programming, and strengthen the brand. I look forward to putting my broad experience as a corporate executive, business owner, and non-profit leader to work to enhance TCI’s commitment to support and advance women in business.”