Dan leads The International on a day-to-day basis on behalf of all stakeholders. He is responsible for setting the strategic direction of the company and is accountable for the overall profit and loss of the business. Dan is the company’s chief agent of change and spokesperson.
Dan Weadock spent most of his career in the telecommunications and technology industries. He was awarded a fellowship to MIT’s Sloan School of Management in 1994 for his accomplishments in the telecommunications industry. He spent several years as an entrepreneur working with venture-funded start-up in technology.
Dan has traveled extensively and lived overseas in London and Brussels. He hails from New York City, and now lives with his wife and four children in Bolton, Mass.
Joe works closely with Dan and Mark on both tactical as well as strategic issues. As a long-standing and highly respected member of the club, Joe serves as chief advocate for club members. He also works with the Weadock family on corporate governance and serves as a global ambassador of The International. Joe has been a member of The International for over 30 years and Chairman since December 2011.
Joe has founded and sat on boards of many companies over the past 30 years, including Interface Electronics, Jaco Electronics, EMC, Interface Systems Group, ELCommerce.com, Hi Software and Interface Enzyme. Other club affiliations include Naples Golf and Country Club, The Golf Club of Cape Cod and The Dukes Golf Club in Scotland.
Mark is the go-to person for member relations, membership sales and membership program development. Mark will also be leading our new corporate relationship development initiative, focusing on both corporate memberships and corporate event business.
As the former president of the Massachusetts Sports and Entertainment Commission, Mark is very well connected in both the sports and entertainment industries in Boston and around the world. Mark was influential in bringing the Deutsche Bank golf tournament to Boston. As a former assistant to three Massachusetts governors, Mark is also well-versed in and connected to local politics.
Chris is a graduate from Worcester Polytechnic Institute with a degree in civil engineering. He has been playing golf since age 13 and started his career as assistant golf professional at Shaker Hills in 1992, and was promoted to head golf professional in 1995.
Chris has been employed at The International since 1998. Chris has been a Class A member of the PGA since 1996 and has competed in and won many tournaments, including the 2009 NEPGA Senior Junior Championship. He is married to Kathy and they have two boys Cameron and Michael.
Paul Jordan has more than 25 years experience in the restaurant industry. His experience includes traveling the country designing and opening restaurants with celebrity chefs and James Beard Award winners and nominees including Todd English, Bob Kinkade, Clay Conley and Chris Ainsworth.
Paul oversees all events and restaurant operations at The International. He’s a native of Vermont, loves hockey, horse racing and golf. He is married to Martha and they have two young kids, Max and Vivian.