Crossroads Continuum names Maria Paul to Board of Trustees 


Maria Paul was recently named to the Crossroads Continuum’s Board of Trustees. (Photo/submitted)

HUDSON – The Hudson-based Crossroads Continuum announced earlier this month that it will add business leader and philanthropist Maria Paul to its Board of Trustees. 

Crossroads, which describes itself as a non-profit dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals with autism and related disorders from birth through adulthood, celebrated this news in a recent statement.  

“The timing of Maria’s appointment couldn’t be better,” said President and CEO Mark Dumas. 

Paul currently serves as VP of Management Resources at management consulting company Robert Half. Her non profit work stems from personal experience, and includes the founding of the Paul Family Fund at Boston Children’s Hospital, as well as service to a variety of organizations including the Corridor 9/495 Chamber of Commerce and The Reliant Foundation. 

Paul said she has seen the impact of Crossroads’ services on members of her extended family. 

Likewise, she has dedicated herself to work “tirelessly” to help and support adult and early childhood populations in the region. 

“This is an organization with heart and determination; a team I am truly grateful to join,” she said. 

Crossroads operates the Crossroads School, in addition to a number of other programs. Learn more about Crossroads and its offerings by visiting


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