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Business People: Aug. 6, 2018

  • Baron

  • Mosca


Sunday, August 05, 2018

Mariana Baron joined Preti Flaherty’s Portland, Maine, and Concord offices. Baron practiced with a top law firm in Argentina before moving to the United States and earning an LL.M. in business and commercial law from Boston College Law. Mariana also holds an LL.M. in international tax law and has several years of experience advising international clients on tax matters.

Karen Carew of Concord and Matt Cookson of Bedford were elected to Delta Dental Plan of N.H.’s board of directors. Carew is a founding partner of Concord-based Carew & Wells, a public accounting firm providing tax and accounting services to over 900 businesses, individuals, trusts, estates, municipalities and nonprofits. Cookson is the CEO and founder of Manchester-based Cookson Strategic Communications, managing several prominent accounts of national clients based in N.H. He is also the executive director of the New Hampshire High Technology Council.

Michelle MotuzasJohnson has resigned from Intown Concord.

Kate Fleming was named the interim executive director of Intown Concord. Fleming has been with Intown Concord for the past two years as events and outreach coordinator. The board of directors is conducting a search for a permanent executive director.

Peter Kador is a new member of the Meredith Rotary Club. Kador recently retired after 25 years with the National Institutes of Health.

Piper Runnion-Bareford was named the new executive director of Manchester Community Music School. She previously taught as a Suzuki piano instructor and at St. Paul’s School, Gordon College, and Strong Foundations Charter School.

Oreste “Rusty” Mosca, managing director of Nathan Wechsler & Company, was named the chairman of the Merrimack County Campaign Cabinet of the Granite United Way.