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Lori Davis signs up with Avery Insurance coverage PORTSMOUTH– Avery Insurance coverage, a fourth generation, family-owned, independent insurance coverage agency situated in New Hampshire, announced Lori Davis has signed up with the firm as its director of organization development.
Davis will develop on customer relationships, handle brand-new chances, assess new products/services, and follow emerging patterns to best serve Avery current and future clients.
With more than 30 years of experience in the industry, Davis has actually worked in both the company and company arenas. Before joining Avery, Davis was utilized as an underwriter/account executive with Travelers and prior to that with Patriot Insurance as a commercial lines underwriter/field supervisor.
Davis finished from Colby College with a bachelor of arts degree in government. She obtained her Certified Insurance coverage Therapist accreditation in 1991. She was a former chairperson for the Maine Insurance Agents Association, Young Agents Committee and was called chair of the Year by IIAA New England for her work within the Association.
Moore Center CEO Paul Boynton announces retirement RYE– After 23 years at the helm, Paul Boynton, president and CEO of The Moore Center, has actually revealed plans to retire in the spring of 2021 after a follower is named.
Boynton’s career has actually spanned over 50 years in the healthcare, human services and nonprofit sectors.
“I can think about no greater honor or advantage than my time leading The Moore Center as it has evolved and embraced development and change over the years,” Boynton stated. “This has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life, both personally and professionally, and I have no doubt that I will pass the baton to somebody who is equally passionate in continuing its course of producing opportunities for good lives for our customers and their families.”
Boynton started his career in human services in 1971 operating at Easterseals New Hampshire prior to joining The Moore Center as president and CEO
in 1997. A search committee of members of The Moore Center’s Board of Directors is working to identify and maintain a new president and CEO. The committee is chaired by long time board member Arthur Sullivan, a principal in the property firm Brady-Sullivan Properties. For info on the search process, call Sullivan at (603) 622-6223 e-mail or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Moore Center is a nonprofit statewide organization based in Manchester, with a legacy of serving others for 65 years. It provides thoughtful, high quality, affordable services for all ages– from early intervention services for kids, to programs and services for grownups with developmental and intellectual specials needs and acquired brain injuries, to home care services for seniors wanting to remain independent in their own homes. It also supplies training for the human services labor force. Go to moorecenter.org. Elizabeth Brown signs up with Pierce Atwood’s
Portsmouth workplace PORTSMOUTH– Pierce Atwood LLP announced the firm has actually enhanced its top-ranked Trusts & & Estates practice by including attorneys in New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts.
Elizabeth Brown, counsel in Pierce Atwood’s Portsmouth office, has more than twenty years of experience representing individuals and companies in estate preparation, organization succession preparation, company developments, and business governance concerns. Brown finished from University of Minnesota Law School.
Pierce Atwood likewise included Laurel Millette to its Boston office as partner and Bonnie Ball Wahrer as an associate in its Portland, Maine.
Pierce Atwood LLP, a full-service law practice based in New England, has 160 lawyers who serve regional, nationwide, and international clients from workplaces in Portsmouth; Portland and Augusta, Maine; Boston; Providence, Rhode Island; Stockholm, Sweden; and Washington, D.C. Follow on Twitter @PierceAtwoodLLP.