Business people from Feb. 6, 2022

  • Shamel

  • Libby

  • Hampe

  • Day

  • Becker

  • Dudek

Published: 3/21/2022 1:54:01 PM
Modified: 3/21/2022 1:53:11 PM

Katherine A. Shamel, BSN, MSN, was hired for the new position of Program Manager for Workforce Initiatives at Bi-State Primary Care Association. The position supports Bi-State’s Recruitment Center, a service dedicated to the recruitment and retention of primary care doctors, dentists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and nurse midwives for New Hampshire and Vermont health centers.

Susan Libby, assistant president of New Hampshire Federal Credit Union, retired on January 21, 2022, just shy of 37 years of service. Libby joined NHFCU as a loan officer on April 23, 1985, during the heyday of interest rates at or above 10% APR, alongside the sweeping popularity of the use of credit cards in everyday life. In a few short years, her attention to detail and talents in working with members in sensitive situations led her to a promotion to Collections Manager, where she diligently worked to get members’ finances back in order while getting NHFCU repaid. NHFCU congratulates Susan for making a positive difference for members throughout her years of service and wishes her well in her retirement.

Tracy Gillick has assumed the role of Chief Operating Officer at Granite State Living Independent Living. With nearly 30-years of management and accounting expertise in the nonprofit sector, Gillick arrives with a critical skillset needed to assist GSIL in achieving its mission of serving the disabled through advocacy, education and services.

Kayla Hampe, has been selected by a jury of her peers from New Hampshire’s engineering societies as the 2022 New Hampshire Young Engineer of the Year. This distinguished award will be presented Feb. 22 at the annual Engineers’ Week banquet in Concord. Hampe was nominated by Structural Engineers of New Hampshire (SENH) based on her record of professional accomplishments, service to the profession and promoting engineering and volunteer activities in the community.

Cynthia Day, has been promoted to Vice President – Wealth Management Officer at Bank of New Hampshire. Day is responsible for providing guidance on estate planning, financial planning, trust and retirement options. Day joined Bank of New Hampshire in May 2015 and is a graduate of the Cannon Financial Trust program and earned her Certified Trust and Fiduciary Advisor (CTFA) designation through the American Bankers Association.

Matt Becker has been promoted to Vice President and Shareholder at The Rowley Agency. Becker joined The Rowley Agency in 2009.

Joe Dudek has joined NHTrust as a financial advisor. Dudek will be based at NHTrust’s Meredith office inside Meredith Village Savings Bank at 24 State Route 25. In this role, Dudek will oversee the development and implementation of comprehensive financial plans for individuals, businesses and organizations.

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