Business People

  • Wallace

  • Gavio

  • Grover

  • Rice

  • Greenwood

  • Horgan

  • MacDonald

Sunday, August 06, 2017

Ann Fowler Wallace of Boston joined the board of directors for the Northern Forest Center in Concord. Wallace has extensive experience consulting with foundations and funder networks focusing on environmental, sustainable agriculture, and smart growth issues, including the John Merck Fund.

Connie Ehmann and Debra Davis were recognized by Bank of New Hampshire for 25 years of service. In total, 36 employees were recognized for milestone anniversaries with the company.

Mike Gavio joined Merchants Fleet Management as a regional sales manager for the northeast. Gavio comes to Merchants with 19 years of professional sales experience in the fleet and advertising industries.

Kelly Grover was named the administrative coordinator for area sales managers of U.S. Cellular in New England. Grover is responsible for administrative and general business support, facilitating the schedule and coordination of all administrative related projects, and creating established reports. Grover will work out of the company’s regional business office in South Portland.

Taylor Caswell was sworn in as commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Business and Economic Affairs by Gov. Chris Sununu on Aug. 1.

Lisa Gilbert, the operations manager at New Hampshire Federal Credit Union, recently celebrated 30 years working for the company.

Jessica Rice was appointed the executive director of New Hampshire’s Association for the Education of your Children.

Krista Dupre, a CPA at Nathan Wechsler & Company, completed the Leadership Greater Concord program.

Julie Greenwood was promoted to principal at Nathan Wechsler & Company in Concord. She was previously a CPA.

Aimee-Lynn Sheltry, a nurse specialist in the children’s unit at New Hampshire Hospital, was recognized by the American Psychiatric Nursing Association for nursing excellence.

Thomas Horgan will join New England College as the interim director of public information. He was previously president and CEO of the New Hampshire College and University Council.

Benjamin MacDonald, a senior environmental health and safety consultant at RPF Environmental, passed the American Board of Industrial Hygiene exam and earned his certification as an industrial hygienist.