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AnnMarie Boudreau named CEO of the St. John’s Board of Trade

ST. JOHN’S, NL – The St. John’s Board of Trade is pleased to welcome AnnMarie Boudreau as Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective July 3, 2020.
“AnnMarie’s experience providing counsel and strategic advice to diverse companies throughout the region will be an outstanding asset to our membership and our team,” said Andrew Wadden, Board Chair, St. John’s Board of Trade. “Her passion for helping businesses succeed and making meaningful connections will position her to lead the St. John’s Board of Trade into the future.”
Over the past 15 years, AnnMarie has been a strategic marketing communications consultant for NATIONAL, the largest public relations firm in Canada. She led and managed the firm’s St. John’s office for four years, providing strategic business and communications counsel to clients across a variety of sectors and industries. She recently worked with Nalcor Energy, managing the corporate communications team.
Throughout her career, AnnMarie has worked with the region’s largest and often most complex organizations to help shape their vision, build meaningful relationships, establish connections with stakeholders, and achieve their business objectives.
“I am delighted to join the team; I look forward to working with them and our members to deliver on our mandate, helping to ensure our economy is positioned to grow now and into the future,” said AnnMarie. “I think now, more than ever, businesses are going to be looking to us for guidance, support, and solutions.”
The St. John’s Board of Trade is dedicated to enhancing the prosperity of its members and to helping them realize their full potential. It celebrates, supports, and connects people and local business so they can grow and inspire the world. The Board of Trade is committed to influencing public policy and providing resources for strategic issues management, networking, and business-building events.
For more information, please contact:
Andrew J. Wadden
Board Chair
St. John’s Board of Trade


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