Paul Oh serves as the Gwinnett Chamber’s Director of Public Policy and Community Affairs. Hired in February 2020, Paul is charged with strengthening the Chamber’s relationships with local, municipal, state, and federal officials, as well as expanding the Chamber’s public policy initiative.
Within two years, Paul has revived and reshaped the Chamber’s Public Policy initiatives while intentionally leading our public policy advisory committee to new levels of engagement with state and local leaders. His work strengthens the connection between business and government that continues to preserve our best-in-class economic climate.
Paul is also responsible for being a Chamber presence within Gwinnett County’s international
community. In the past three years, Paul has helped formalize partnerships with 8 bi-lateral chambers and business groups, growing the chamber’s reach with the county’s diverse international business community.
With a B.S. in International Affairs and Modern Languages from Georgia Institute of Technology, Paul spent the past six years before joining the chamber as Constituent Services Representative and then Field Representative for Congressman Rob Woodall.
Paul represents the Gwinnett Chamber both regionally and statewide serving on the Regional Business Coalition Board, the Georgia Chamber Government Affairs Council, and the Council for Quality Growth Government Affairs Task Force. He prioritizes civic engagement and holds the current position of Secretary for the Gwinnett Mosaic Rotary Club.