Paul Booth is a seasoned public sector manager with extensive public policy and legislative experience.
Booth has extensive knowledge of local government operations having served in several positions for the city of Cincinnati. He is currently division manager in the City of Cincinnati Office of Human Relations and formerly served on the Cincinnati Human Relations Commission and sat on Cincinnati’s City Council.
He also worked for more than 20 years in property management before he was appointed by the then-Governor of Ohio to the State Personnel Board of Review. In 2009, he was appointed vice-chair of the State's Liquor Control Commission and previously served as a special assistant in the First District Congressional Office of Ohio.
Booth is committed to community service and improvement, serving on numerous boards and holding a variety of appointed leadership positions with agencies across the Cincinnati region.
Some of these organizations include the Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce, the Dan Beard Council, Boy Scouts of America, and the Ronald McDonald House. He currently sits on the Board of Trustees of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and on Interact for Health's Community Innovation Committee.
Booth earned a Bachelor of Arts in business administration from Morehouse College in Atlanta, Ga.
Booth and his wife, Cynthia, have two sons and one granddaughter.