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Business people for April 22

SIOBHAN SENIER joined the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum Board of Trustees. Senier teaches classes in Native American literature, women’s studies and sustainability at the University of New Hampshire. She has served on the board of AIDS Response-Seacoast in Portsmouth and the Tomaquag Indian Memorial Museum in Rhode Island. She organizes the UNH Indigenous New England Conference and maintains an online archive called Writing of Indigenous New England.

MARK BROTH of Concord, attorney, joined Drummond Woodsum in Portsmouth. He has lived in and practiced law in New Hampshire for more than 30 years. Broth represents employers in discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, FLSA, whistleblower, wage claim and FMLA matters in federal and state courts and before federal and state administrative agencies. He regularly represents unionized employers.

KAREN BENINCASA of Bow was nominated by the commissioner of the state Department of Administrative Services for the position of director of accounting services for the state Department of Administrative Services. Her post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

MICHAEL CONNOR of Pembroke was nominated by the commissioner of the state Department of Administrative Services for the position of deputy commissioner of the state Department of Administrative Services. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

DENNIS MURPHY JR. of Center Harbor was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for another term on the Cannon Mountain Advisory Commission. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

ELIZABETH MUZZEY of Concord was nominated by the commissioner of the state Department of Cultural Resources for the position of director of historical resources for the state Department of Cultural Resources. Her post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

VINCENT GRECO of Pembroke was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for a seat on the state Fish and Game Commission, succeeding ERIC ORFF of Epsom. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

LOUIS ROSENTHALL of Concord was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for a seat on the state Medical Review Subcommittee. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

DEBORAH SNOW-MAJOR of Hooksett was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for a seat on the state Speech-Language Pathology Governing Board, succeeding LINDA HANRAHAN of Concord. Her post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

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