Harvard College; Boston University School of Law; Officer, U.S. Navy; Chef de Mission, 1998 U.S. Olympic Team.
Paul is the principal attorney at Kellogg and George, a business law firm in Wellesley, Massachusetts. A past grandparent, he has been on the board since 2014 and serves on the Institutional Advancement Committee. Family, sports administration, law practice, and nonprofit governance occupy much of his time. Current offices include: chairman of the board, USS Constitution Museum; president and trustee, U.S. Figure Skating Foundation: treasurer, chairman of the board, Decision Resources International; USA Hockey Foundation; member, nominating and governance committee, U.S. Olympic Committee; trustee, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary; and advisory committee, Harvard Varsity Club. Paul enjoys the Boston Symphony Orchestra and traveling, and has had a lifelong involvement in sports, having won the 1962 National Junior Pair Skating Championship with his sister, Elizabeth. Having been involved in a wide variety of the U.S. Olympic Committee activities for many years, Paul attended the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in South Korea, his 18th Olympic Games.