Business People for April 2, 2018

  • (Clockwise from top left) Nichole Reimer, vice president of workplace giving; Sarah McCluskey, senior director of leadership giving and planned giving; Paul DeBassio, interim chief development officer and Amanda Ruggles, senior director of workplace giving are the leadership team of Granite United Way's resource development team. —Courtesy

  • Cacciotti

Sunday, April 01, 2018

Paul DeBassio, Nichole Reimer, Sarah McCluskey and Amanda Ruggles have taken on leadership roles in the resource development department of Granite United Way. DeBassio will be part-time interim chief development officer. Reimer will be vice president of workplace giving. McCluskey will be senior director of leadership giving and planned giving. Ruggles was promoted to senior director of workplace giving.

Helen Taft, former executive director of Families First Health & Support Center, will receive the N.H. Center for Nonprofits’ New Hampshire Impact Award.

Mary Susan Leahy, an attorney McLane Middleton, will receive the N.H. Center for Nonprofits’ Board Impact Award.

Tom Babcock joined the sales department of Old Mill Properties in Bristol. He has been a real estate agent in the Newfound area for more than 16 years.

Maxine Cacciotti has joined St. Mary’s Bank as its new senior indirect lending business development officer. Cacciotti brings 21 years of experience in business development, dealership relations, customer service and credit union advocacy.