Business people for Feb. 27, 2022

  • Zoie Little —Courtesy

Published: 3/21/2022 1:58:06 PM
Modified: 3/21/2022 1:57:16 PM

Molly Redfield has joined the New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute as communications manager. Redfield comes to NHFPI after four years as the communications and events manager with New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility and over a decade of nonprofit and community engagement experience. At NHBSR, she led the development of programs and events to leverage business support of Granite State communities and workers. 

Zoie Little joined Bank of New Hampshire as a mortgage loan officer serving the Capital Region of New Hampshire. Little is an experienced loan specialist and banking professional passionate about building and maintaining relationships with customers and staff. She joins the Bank of NH with 20 years of experience as a personal loan specialist where she actively collaborated with colleagues and customers to find positive solutions and help resolve their financial concerns.

Maria Proulx has been named president of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in New Hampshire and will assume her new role March 14. Proulx currently serves as the regional vice president of sales for the New Hampshire plan, where she has led growth and retention efforts across Anthem’s large group, small group and individual business lines for the last three years. Prior to her current role, Proulx held a number of leadership positions at Anthem, including vice president of segment solutions, where she led a team focused on delivering market-leading integrated product and technology solutions spanning several areas including clinical health and wellness, digital engagement, sales development, and business intelligence. She has also worked on the provider, legal, and compliance teams, supporting the New Hampshire plan. Prior to joining Anthem, Proulx practiced law at Orr & Reno, PA in Concord.

Sean McNair was appointed to the Senior vice president, chief member experience and digital officer at Northeast Credit Union. As CXO, McNair oversees the credit union’s digital strategy including digital banking and works to further develop the digital roadmap to enhance the member experience across all touchpoints. McNair comes to Northeast Credit Union from Digital Federal Credit Union, where in addition to serving as vice president of marketing and digital experience he led the credit union’s digital group, focused on marketing technology, digital platforms and online and mobile banking. His background also extends to marketing and digital strategy for 360PR+ and Weber Shandwick.

Lori Harnois, N.H. Department of Business and Economic Affairs’s division of travel and tourism director, will serve on the U.S. Travel Association’s Board of Directors. Harnois was elected to the board to serve a two-year term beginning this month. 

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