About Paul L. Palandjian

Noted for his contributions to the greater Boston community, entrepreneur and executive Paul L. Palandjian has proven essential to the continued growth of numerous organizations dedicated to youth athletics, education, medical research, and other services. A former tennis player and competitor on the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Tour, Paul L. Palandjian maintains strong connections with the sport. He acts as a mentor to young athletes on the 2007 Davis Cup, has served as a volunteer Assistant Coach for Belmont Hill School’s varsity tennis team, and has consulted for Harvard University’s and Boston College’s tennis teams.

Notably, Paul L. Palandjian is the Treasurer and Director of the United States Tennis Association’s Tennis and Education Foundation (USTA Serves), through which he helps at-risk children and children with disabilities attain a renewed sense of confidence through the integration of recreational and educational activities.

In addition to his charity work in tennis, Paul L. Palandjian has served on the Board and on the Exhibitions Committee at the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston; the Board of Trustees of the Belmont Hill School; the Advisory Board of the Cam Neely Foundation for Cancer Care; and the Board of Directors for The Leary Firefighters Foundation. A graduate of Harvard Business School and Harvard College, Paul L. Palandjian holds an M.B.A. and a B.A. in Sociology.

Over the years, Paul L. Palandjian has served in a wide variety of executive capacities at companies in the U.S. and abroad, including Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation and Somerset Equity Advisors. At present, Paul L. Palandjian holds a dual role as Managing Director at Trinity Group Limited and Trinity Security & Defense Advisors, LLC. Along with his family, Paul L. Palandjian resides in Boston.


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