Business newsmakers for week of Sept. 2

  • Beauregard

  • Heimarck

  • Knowles

Published: 9/1/2019 5:40:21 PM

Maureen Beauregard will take over as president and CEO of Easterseals N.H. on Oct. 31. Beauregard will replace Larry Gammon, longtime CEO of the nonprofit organization, who announced his transition out of the role early this year. Beauregard is the founder and longtime leader of Families In Transition N.H. and has led the state’s largest homes services organization since 1991. She is seen as a savvy leader with an acute understanding of the need of the greater N.H. community and a proven track record of successful day-to-day leadership, mergers and acquisitions and creating programs to help families and individuals in need.

Nicole Heimarck joins the New Hampshire Alliance for College and Career Readiness (the Alliance) as director. Heimarck, who has extensive experience as a leader in educational policy, brings with her proven success implementing large-scale education transformations through national, state and local collaborations. She began on Aug. 31.

Scott Knowles of RE/MAX Bayside has once again gained recognition for his sales accomplishments. Knowles was in the top 75 RE/MAX agents for the month of June, and the top 50 for the month of July 2019, in New England, as reported by RE/MAX New England. He was also the fourth top-selling agent in New Hampshire for the month of July 2019.

Robert A. Stein, attorney of the Stein Law Firm, has been selected by his peers for multiple inclusions in the latest edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Stein has been listed in Family Law, Commercial, Trusts and Estates, Personal Injury and Product Liability Litigation. The 2020 edition marks the 31st consecutive year that Stein has been included in the publication.

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