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  • Susan Libby

  • Jenifer Williams

Published: 5/15/2020 5:31:28 PM
Modified: 5/15/2020 5:31:15 PM

Susan Libby celebrated 35 years working for New Hampshire Federal Credit Union. She joined NHFCU as a loan officer on April 23, 1985, during the heyday of interest rates at or above 10% APR, alongside the sweeping popularity of the use of credit cards in everyday life (NHFCU had introduced them in 1983). Her attention to detail and talents in working with members in sensitive situations led her to a promotion to collections manager. Later, she was appointed assistant vice president of lending in 1994, then assistant vice president of sales and service operations, and today holds the position of assistant vice president of lending, overseeing consumer and mortgage loan processing.

Hope Jordan, a professional fundraiser, writer and outdoor enthusiast, is the new director of membership and development for N.H. Audubon. She has more than 20 years of experience in philanthropy for New Hampshire-based nonprofits. Jordan, who was recently the director of advancement for Amoskeag Health, grew up in rural Central New York, where she learned to swim in Oneida Lake, explored the woods and marshes of her backyard, and hiked the Adirondacks on family camping trips. She has lived in New Hampshire since 1989.

Will Abbott, vice president of policy and reservation stewardship, retired after 15 years with The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests on May 1. Matt Leahy, public policy manager, will lead the public policy efforts moving forward and Wendy Weisiger, managing forester, will manage the forestry operations. While officially retired, Abbott has agreed to stay on in a part-time capacity to help the Forest Society manage the rebuilding project at The Rocks in Bethlehem.

Jenifer Williams has been promoted to vice president, residential mortgage sales at Merrimack County Savings Bank. She was previously the Merrimack’s mortgage loan originator for Southern New Hampshire based in the Hooksett office. Williams has an extensive career in banking that spans 36 years. She joined Meredith Village Savings Bank in 2014 as assistant vice president, branch and business development manager for their Moultonborough office. In 2017, she was promoted to mortgage loan originator at the Merrimack.

Dr. David Green joined the Concord Regional VNA board of trustees. Dr. Green recently retired as senior vice president and chief medical officer of Concord Hospital. He brings more than 40 years of experience in medical practice, education and leadership to this role. Dr. Green is an adjunct associate professor of surgery at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College and provides consulting urologist services at a number of hospitals, including Concord Hospital, New London Hospital, HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital and Speare Memorial Hospital in Plymouth. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Allegheny College, and earned his Doctor of Medicine from Pennsylvania State University School of Medicine.

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