Paul Hebert was elected as the sixth President of the ACHA in February of 2016 following 23 years of involvement in various capacities. Hebert began his ACHA career as a player for Siena College in 1993. After graduation in 1994, Hebert served as Assistant Coach for 3 years before being named Head Coach at Siena in 1997. As Head Coach at Siena, Hebert helped form the Super East Collegiate Hockey League (SECHL) which has grown into one of the premiere leagues at the ACHA Men’s Division 2 (M2) level. During his tenure at Siena, the Saints won two SECHL Championships, earned five bids to the National Championships and one appearance in the Final Four. For the past 18 years, Hebert has served as the General Manager of the Siena hockey team. Hebert has also served as ACHA M2 Northeast Regional Coordinator and as ACHA
M2 Vice President prior to being named President. It was during those years that Hebert worked alongside with the late Mike Radakovich to help implement the All-Star Challenge and created the opportunity for M2 players to compete in Europe through the ACHA M2 Select Team. In recognition of his outstanding service and leadership in the ACHA, Paul was honored with the prestigious Don Spencer Award in 2008.