Business People: July 23, 2018

  • Kondvar

  • Wright

  • Timney

Published: 7/22/2018 8:59:48 PM

Stephanie Kondvar and Sarah Wright, CPAs at Nathan Wechsler & Co., were promoted to supervising seniors. Kondvar attended Southern New Hampshire University. From the School of Business, she earned a Bachelor of Science in accounting and finance. She also studied in SNHU’s School of Arts and Sciences, earning a second major in mathematics. Wright earned her Bachelor of Science in business administration from Oswego State University and her Master of Science in accounting from Strayer University. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New Hampshire Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Nina Timney of Nathan Wechsler & Co. was promoted to senior. A graduate of Champlain College, Timney earned a Bachelor of Science in accounting; she went on to attend Southern New Hampshire University, where she earned a Master of Science in accounting. She currently serves as a committee member for both the Concord Young Professional Network and Intown Concord’s Market Days 2018.

George Moore of Devine Millimet was named the executive director of the New Hampshire Bar Association. He has previously served as president of the New Hampshire and New England bar associations.

John Greabe was named director of the University of New Hampshire School of Law’s Warren B. Rudman Center. Greabe teaches and writes in the areas of constitutional law, federal courts and related subjects, and is also a Monitor columnist and frequent guest on New Hampshire Public Radio. He serves on the boards of trustees for the New Hampshire Institute for Civics Education, the New Hampshire Supreme Court Society and the Hopkinton Town Library, and is the former chairman of the board of trustees of the Capital Region Food Program.

Jill Duncan of Meredith was confirmed to a five-year term on the board of directors of the New Hampshire Health and Education Facilities Authority. She has been the CFO of New Hampton School since 1994.

Christopher Crosby was named to the board of directors of Associated Grocers of New England in Pembroke. He currently serves as president and CEO of Crosby’s Markets in Massachusetts.

Richard Cantz was named the new president and CEO of Goodwill Northern New England. Cantz joined Goodwill Northern New England in 2003 as director of The Goodwill Fund. Cantz also has served on several organizational boards, including the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, Guitar Doors, and Mission Possible Teen Center. He completed the Senior Leadership Program with Goodwill Industries International and is a member of the Epsilon Class of Leadership Maine.

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