Currently a productive thinking scribe, facilitator, and trainer, Paul is an economist and student of consumer behavior and has been a marketing professional for 30 years. He serves as treasurer on the Board of Trustees for the Creative Education Foundation, is on the Board of Trustees for Hudson Guild — a 100-year-old+ settlement house in NYC, facilitates not-for-profits and serves as the New York Hub Leader for Facilitators Without Borders, is on the faculty of the Creative Problem Solving Institute, and serves on numerous community organizations.
Paul has helped firms such as JPMorgan, HSBC, Bankers Trust, and Citibank develop marketing strategies targeting the sophisticated banking and investment management needs of affluent and private banking clients in the US, Japan, and Europe. Before entering the financial services industry, Paul was an associate scientist at Brookhaven National Laboratory where he modeled energy supply and demand responses to changes in energy pricing and availability using large-scale econometric and linear programming models. He holds an MA and doctorate in economics from SUNY Stony Brook.