McNally joins Morgan Stanley

MANCHESTERSeth McNally joined Morgan Stanley as a financial adviser with Elm Street Group in Manchester. McNally has 13 years of experience in the financial services industry. He graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University with a bachelor of arts in economics, a concentration in management and a minor in psychology.

He lives in Hampton with his wife and two children, and is involved in such efforts as New Hampshire Seacoast Greenway and Hampton Harbor Bridge Advisory Committee.

Saucier enjoys NECU promotion

PORTSMOUTH — Northeast Credit Union (NECU) promoted Chris Saucier from east region regional manager to assistant vice president of mortgages.

Saucier brings more than 10 years of mortgage and banking experience, including in his most recent position where he oversaw six branch locations in Maine and Southern New Hampshire.

He is a graduate of University of Maine Presque Isle with a bachelor’s degree in business management and served in management and leadership roles at Ocean Communities Federal Credit Union in Maine.

Raymond Joins St. Mary’s Bank

MANCHESTERJan Raymond joined St. Mary’s Bank as chief lending officer. Raymond will oversee all of the credit union’s commercial, mortgage and consumer lending activities.

She replaces Don St. Germain, who recently retired.

Raymond has held leading lending roles in the New Hampshire banking industry since 1978.

Before joining St. Mary’s Bank, she managed a commercial lending team at Merrimack County Savings Bank in Concord.

Rosa joins Wicks Insurance

MANCHESTERJoshua Rosa, a licensed sales professional, joined Wicks Insurance in January.

He has an associate degree in economics from Bridgewater State University. When he’s not in the office, he’s an avid music lover and fantastic piano player.

Hanly joins Spaulding Youth Center

NORTHFIELDCaroline Hanly joined Spaulding Youth Center as health services supervisor.

Hanly has more than 27 years of nursing experience, including management, education and mentoring of nursing staff as well as facilitating the on-going assessment of patient and family needs to implement a coordinated team care plan.

Before joining Spaulding, Hanly served as the nursing supervisor and emergency department registered nurse at LRGHealthcare in Laconia.

Earlier in her career, Hanly worked at Spaulding Youth Center as a per diem nurse.

Antonelli joins American Flatbread Frozen Pizza

PITTSFIELDRick Antonelli, a veteran of the natural products industry, recently joined American Flatbread Frozen Pizza. Antonelli will work in business development to help build the company’s top line. Antonelli has held senior executive positions at UNFI and Galaxy Natural Foods. American Flatbread is a maker of frozen pizzas that are sold in supermarkets, health and gourmet stores.

New England College adds four trustees

HENNIKER — New England College recently elected four members to its board of trustees: Katherine Haley, Jay Lucas, Tom Stevens and T. Clarke Smith. The new trustees bring expertise in higher education, investments, banking and insurance to the college’s governing board.

Katherine Haley is the former president of Gettysburg College and Whittier College. She is founder and president of Haley Associates LLC, a higher education executive search and consulting firm in Manchester. Before serving as the first woman president at both Gettysburg and Whittier, she was provost and professor of English at Kenyon College and dean of graduate study and director of general education at Augustana College. Haley holds a Ph.D. and AM from the University of Illinois and a BA from Tufts University.

Jay Lucas serves as chairman and managing partner of the Lucas Group, a strategy consulting firm that he founded in 1991, focused on the specialized needs of private equity investors and their portfolio companies. Previously, he served as vice president and partner of Bain & Co. In addition, he is the founder and managing partner of LB Equity, a fund that invests in small growing brands in the beauty sector. Lucas earned his MBA from Harvard Business School, his JD from Harvard Law School, and a BA from Yale University.

Tom Stevens served as vice chairman of the board of directors and chief administrative officer of KeyCorp from 2001 to 2013. Before joining KeyCorp in 1996, he was the managing partner of Thompson Hine, a national law firm based in Cleveland. He graduated with a JD degree from Duke University School of Law and received his BA degree, summa cum laude, from the State University of New York at Albany. Stevens previously served as chairman of the board of trustees at the New Hampshire Institute of Art.

T. Clarke Smith currently serves as vice president at International Special Risks, the a marine intermediary insurance broker. From November 2012 to April 2018, he served as President of Norman-Spencer Recreational Marine Operations. He is currently a board member of the Boating Industry Risk Management Council and is a founder of the Joe Namath Foundation. Smith holds a BA from New England College.