Business people for Oct. 10, 2021

  • Bozetarnik—

  • Blier—

  • Hanisco—

  • Snodgrass—

  • Turner—

Published: 10/22/2021 10:29:16 PM

Kelly Bozetarnik was appointed as the Director of the Children’s Place and Parent Education Center by Waypoint. She has been working with children for 20 years, has a degree in psychology and a master’s in education that will benefit her position.

Tamara Blier joined the Bank of New Hampshire as its Vice President, Corporate Cash Management Officer. She will be handling the sale and delivery of deposit services, protecting customers’ business finances and monitoring accounts and daily operations.

Christine Hanisco an attorney at the Stein Law Firm, has been elected as the Vice Chair of the Executive Committee of Resolve New England (RNE).

Jim Snodgrass has been chosen as the 2021 Citizen of the Year by the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce. He will be honored and given the award at the Chamber’s 102nd Annual Meeting and Citizen of the Year Award Event on Nov. 3 at the Grappone Conference Center.

Harold Turner will be awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Business and Industry Association. Turner will receive the award on Oct. 20 for the 108th Annual Dinner and Awards Celebration at DoubleTree, from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Laurie Doucett and Kimberly Dean have been hired by the Enso Counseling Group to serve as new clinicians. Clinicians at the group help expand services to adults in need, and increase availability for those seeking mental health treatment.

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