NH Business People: Stay Work Play adds board members
Stay Work Play adds board members
MANCHESTER - Stay Work Play New Hampshire has added two new members to its board of directors: Anna Moskov of New Hampshire Public Radio, and Pubali Campbell of Bikram Yoga Manchester.
Stay Work Play is a non-profit organization that's mission is to promite New Hampshire as a favorable place for young workers and recent college graduates. For more information visit www.stayworkplay.org or contact Executive Director Kate Luczko at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 860-2245.
Trust re-elects two board members
CONCORD -The Lumber Industries Self Insured Group Trust has re-elected Stephen Lepore of Durgin & Crowell Lumber and Andy Young of Young Furniture Manufacturing Inc. to serve on the Board of Trustees for a three-year term beginning in 2013.
Other members of the Board of Trustees are Brian Stowell of Crown Point Cabinetry, Chuck Nolan of Nolan Industries and Steve Pitman of A&B Lumber, Joan Randlett of P.J. Currier and Susan Peterson of Belletete's Inc.
ConvenientMD Urgent Care appoints director
WINDHAM - Dr. Jeff Collins has been named medical director to lead ConvenientMD Urgent Care's medical team and join senior management. Collins joins ConvenientMD from the Massachusetts General Hospital, where he has served as medical director of the MGH Urgent Care Center in Chelsea, Mass., since 2001. He has also served as medical director of the MGH Center for Community Health Improvement in Boston since 2007.
ConvenientMD is located at Exit 3 off Interstate 93, and the intersection of Route 111 and 111A in Windham.
Pearson joins Citizens as assistant V.P.
MANCHESTER - Crystal Pearson has joined Citizens Bank as assistant vice president, business banking officer.
She is responsible for overseeing the development of new and existing relationships with business customers, consulting with business owners to identify banking needs and working with branch staff.
She covers branches in Hanover, Lebanon, West Lebanon, Claremont and Keene in New Hampshire and Brattleboro and White River Junction in Vermont.
Serratore elected to nonprofit board
CONCORD - Eileen Serratore of Bow has been elected to the board of directors of the New Hampshire Association for the Blind.
Serratore is the administrator at the Eye Center of Concord.
NH native named top youth philanthropist
Lyssa Jackson of Keene has been awarded the 2012 Award for Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy, given by Demont Associates and the Association of Fundraising Professionals' Northern New England Chapter.?The award is given annually to an individual, ages 8-17, who has demonstrated outstanding commitment to the community through direct financial support, development of charitable programs, volunteering and leadership in philanthropy.
Jackson, a freshman at Skidmore College, received a $5,000 scholarship check toward her studies.