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Business people from Dec. 20, 2020

  • Kathryn Skouteris

  • Rachel Perri

Published: 12/19/2020 9:03:56 PM

Kathryn Skouteris joined Rath, Young and Pignatelli as part of the health care and insurance practice group. Previously, she was senior vice president, general counsel and chief administrative officer at Southern New Hampshire Health System. Skouteris earned a bachelor’s degree from UNH and her law degree from Suffolk University Law School.

Rachel Perri was recently hired branch and business development manager of the Merrimack County Savings Bank at  North State Street in Concord. In this position, Perri stewards customer engagement, employee management and leadership for the banking team based in that office. Perri has enjoyed a career in banking, financial services and wealth management for over 15 years. She has had experience in a variety of capacities within community banking including branch office management and supervising. She is currently the treasurer of the board for the NH Federation of Garden Clubs and second vice president of the board for Bow Garden Club. She is also a member of the board for Bridges of Nashua. 

Janelle Sartorio, a seasoned trust officer with nearly a decade of experience, has joined NHTrust as Vice President and Trust Officer. With a degree in finance from Bryant University plus extensive experience in financial planning and estate planning, trust administration and stewardship of nonprofit accounts, Sartorio will provide significant benefit to the clientele in the greater Keene area. Sartorio, a certified trust and financial advisor, is a member of the executive committee and board for the NH Estate Planning Council. She also serves as a volunteer for the Monadnock United Way and is a past coach for Girls on the Run.

Dr. Brian Beals of Gorham was named pediatrician of the year for 2020 by the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Joe Ribsam was named public citizen of the year by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Ribsam was recognized for the tremendous progress made in the state’s child protection system which he has led since arriving in New Hampshire 3 years ago. The state was poised to make transformative changes to the Division for Children, Youth and Families and the Juvenile Justice System and hiring him was part of the plan.

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