Business people for June 12, 2017

Jim Bouley, mayor of Concord, was named business leader of the year at the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce’s Pinnacle Awards.

Patricia Vaillancourt was named volunteer of the year at the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce’s Pinnacle Awards.

Matt Walsh was named Concord’s young professional of the year at the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce’s Pinnacle Awards.

Kyle Battis of Concord was elected to the board of directors of Families in Transition, which has locations in Concord, Manchester and Dover. AnnMarie French of Dover was also elected.

Sarah Huggins of Gems First in Concord earned a certified insurance appraiser specialization from the Jewelry Insurance Appraisal Institute.

 

Nancy Egner of Hillsboro and James Gallagher of Windham were elected to the board of directors for CATCH Neighborhood Housing.

Betsy Black of Concord placed second in an international extemporaneous speaking contest hosted by Toastmasters International District 45 with contestants from eastern Canada and northern New England at Sunday River Resort. She is owner of Betsy Black Consulting, which coaches on human effectiveness, happiness and success.

Chris Wellington joined the Capital Regional Development Council in Concord as the new business development and project management officer. He was formerly the CEO of Grafton Regional Development Corp.

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