Business People: May 14, 2018

  • Owen

  • Clark

  • Lydon

Sunday, May 13, 2018

Sean Owen, president and CEO of Wedu and Talient Action Group, was named the chairman of the board of directors for Granite United Way. Owen has a nearly 20-year career in strategic marketing and advertising.

Peter Glick and Tim Baker joined the Lake Winnipesaukee Association board, an organization whose mission is to protect the water quality and natural resources of the lake.

Kristin Clark was promoted to business banking development officer at Merrimack County Savings Bank. Previous to this position, Clark was a mortgage loan originator at the Merrimack’s main office in Concord.

Kate Lydon, artistic director of American Ballet Theatre’s Studio Company and Summer Intensive program, will join the St. Paul’s School faculty in the fall as the new director of the St. Paul’s School Ballet Company. She is an alumna of both American Ballet Theatre and San Francisco Ballet and trained at San Francisco Ballet School and ABT’s School of Classical Ballet under the direction of Mikhail Baryshnikov.

David Conley of Concord was included in the 2018 edition of New England’s Best Lawyers in the field of tax law.

Jason Stiles, Remi Hinxhia and Lynn Rodeschin were elected as corporators for Sugar River Bank. Stiles is CEO of Stiles Associates in New London. Hinxhi is a real estate developer and owner of Associated Enterprises and Remi’s Block in Concord. Rodsechin is vice president of deposit operations at Sugar River Bank.