Our Impact

Steven Wright

Senior Vice President and General Counsel; Chamber Executive Committee Member, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
“Our membership with the Chamber provides my organization a seat at the table with the leaders of the industries we are focused on while giving us a better understanding of the issues affecting them.”

steve-wright-vertical_250.jpg#asset:2602Steven Wright says his organization’s membership with the Chamber keeps him and his colleagues engaged with the issues and decision makers at play in the Greater Boston business community. “Our membership with the Chamber provides us a seat at the table with the leaders of the industries we are focused on while giving us a better understanding of the issues affecting them.”

Steven serves in a number of leadership roles at the Chamber, including his position on the Executive Committee and as the co-chair of the Transportation & Infrastructure Leadership Council. “The Chamber’s Leadership Councils provide my colleagues and me the opportunity to participate in policy discussion in sectors such as energy, finance, healthcare, real estate, technology and transportation” says Steven. “We gain a deeper understanding and perspective on important issues.”

As the co-chair of the Chamber’s Economic Opportunity Committee, Steven is also involved in the Chamber’s efforts to improve economic mobility in the Greater Boston business community. “The Chamber’s commitment to improving economic mobility aligns with my values and those of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston,” says Steven. “We can advance business objectives through the Chamber while also collaborating and partnering with them on important economic and civic issues. That’s a unique opportunity that comes with Chamber membership.”

The Chamber’s larger public policy agenda is another important area for Steven and his firm. “The Chamber is the premier organization for business thought leadership,” he says. “It moves the agenda forward as a very strong stakeholder, and being a part of that adds value and contributes to advancing the issues that are important to the Greater Boston economy.”