The Irish Culture Centre of Greater Boston Appoints Patrick Faherty to Board of Directors

December 18, 2023 – CANTON – Today, the Irish Culture Centre of Greater Boston (ICC) announced that Patrick Faherty, a real estate attorney from Quincy, MA, has been appointed to its Board of Directors. A long-standing supporter of the ICC, Faherty will bring his Irish heritage and law background to his new leadership position at the ICC.  


“As we continue to take the ICC to new heights, bringing Irish leaders from across the Greater Boston region to our Board of Directors only helps us grow stronger,” said Executive Director of the ICC, Jerry McDermott. “We look forward to welcoming Patrick to our board, and we are confident he will be a great addition to our leadership team.” 


“We’re thrilled to have Patrick join the Board of Directors at the ICC,” said President of the ICC Board of Directors, Martina Curtin. “Patrick’s connection to his Irish heritage, passionate involvement at the ICC and established career as a leading attorney all illustrate that he is an excellent addition to our Board as we propel our mission forward.” 


“As a new board member, I know that I have a lot to learn, and I am ready to hit the ground running,” said Faherty. “The ICC is doing wonderful things, and I hope to help continue the programming and traditions that are already enjoyed by so many. I would love to bring the ICC to the next generation of Irish Americans, and I look forward to considering ways to connect with the younger Irish generation and encourage their participation.” 


Faherty leads the Law Office of Patrick K. Faherty, P.C., where he specializes in real estate conveyancing. Attorney Faherty has an extensive background in this field, having worked on transactions spanning starter homes to million-dollar sales. Faherty received his bachelor’s degree in political science from Boston College and his Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School. He is a member of the Bar in Massachusetts and is admitted to practice in the United States District Court.

In addition to Faherty’s expertise in law, he is involved in the Quincy Police Superior Officers Association, the Quincy Police Mutual Aid Association, and is the current Chairperson of the Marist College Parents Council.