Published: 3/17/2021 9:32:36 PM
Lauren Kilmister joined Rath, Young and Pignatelli as an associate attorney. She will practice as a member of the renewable/alternative energy and utility practice group and the business and finance practice group. She previously worked at MacLane Middleton. She attended Northeastern University School of Law.
Michael J. Simoneau, senior vice president and community outreach officer at Members First Credit Union, has been named to the board of Families in Transition.
Steve Saltzman was named president and CEO of the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund board of directors. He is only the second CEO in the Community Loan Fund’s 38-year history, succeeding Juliana Eades, who retired in June 2020. Saltzman’s experience ranges from leadership of multiple programs at one of the largest national CDFIs, Self-Help Credit Union, to remarkable and innovative, community-based, success as CEO at Charleston LDC, a smaller CDFI. Saltzman is looking forward to working with the Community Loan Fund because of its mission, deep local impact, and national reputation.
Kayleanna Porch was named the 53rd recipient of the Virginia Allen Young Careerist Award from the Franklin Business and Professional Women’s Club. She is a New Hampshire native and graduated from Franklin Regional High School. Her passion for dogs led her to White Mountain College for Pets where she received her certification in dog training. Currently, Porch is growing her own business as a dog trainer where she travels to help owners with obedience training. She uses her talents and customer service skills as a personal banker for Franklin Savings Bank. She will compete against other New England Young Careerists in a regional competition where judges will select a winner based on each candidate’s 4-minute speech, a personal interview and a biographical statement outlining his/her accomplishments. There is a monetary prize for the Young Careerist winner at each level.
Matthew Campbell joined Rath, Young and Pignatelli as an Of Counsel attorney. He will be a member of the Energy and Environmental Practice Groups. He previously practiced at the Boston firm Keegan Werlin. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and his law degree from New England Law Boston. He is licensed to practice in Massachusetts and Washington, D.C.