Attorney, Hospital of Central Connecticut Board Member, Named to American Hospital Association Committee
New Britain [August 21 2008] -
William Weber, a New Britain attorney and member of the Hospital of Central Connecticut board of directors, has been elected to the American Hospital Association Committee on Governance (COG).
Weber was elected region 1 trustee liaison, one of nine regional liaisons who serve as key advocacy and communications links between the COG and trustees in their regions. The COG , a specialty committee of the AHA board of trustees, leads trustee involvement in grassroots advocacy; provides in put into AHA policy development; enhances communication with trustees and trustees’ involvement in AHA; and performs other functions.
Weber is the immediate past chair of The Hospital of Central Connecticut board of directors and is a member and immediate past chair of the board of directors of the Central Connecticut Health Alliance, the hospital’s parent organization.
He earned his bachelor’s degree from Trinity College, Hartford, and his law degree from Cornell University Law School where he was elected and editor of the Law Review. He is a partner in Weber and Carrier, a New Britain law firm, and a member of the New Britain and Connecticut Bar associations.
Weber is Corporate Counsel to the Mattabassett District Sewer Authority, has served as corporation counsel for the City of New Britain and as Town of Berlin town attorney. He is corporate counsel to Community Mental Health Affiliates and the Connecticut Eye Bank and Visual Research Foundation.
Weber is a director of CATIC Financial, Inc., CATIC Insurance Company; a past director of the New Britain National Bank; past chair of the New Britain Chamber of Commerce; and past chair of The New Britain Downtown District. He is a trustee of the New Britain Senior High School Foundation and member of the board of directors of the Connecticut Enterprise Center. He is a member and/or corporator of several other civic organizations, including the Hospital for Special Care, YMCA, YWCA, Boys Club, Donau and Central Connecticut Association for Retarded Citizens.
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