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On Tuesday, May 15, NHBR held a breakfast reception for its inaugural Financial Executive of the Year Awards, which were presented by KBW Financial Staffing and Recruiting. The winners, who were selected by a panel of judges from a strong pool of two-dozen nominations, were named in five categories: small and large nonprofit, and small, medium and large for-profit. Winners were chosen not only for their outstanding fiscal leadership and significant contributions to the success of their own organizations, bur to the state's business community as a whole. More than 150 people attended the reception, which was held at the Radisson Center of New Hampshire in Manchester and featured a keynote speech by Paul Forte, CEO of Long Term Care Partners in Portsmouth. For profiles of each of the winners, visit nhbr.com/financialexecutiveawards. (Photos by Jodie Andruskevich)
1: Paul Forte delivers his keynote speech.
2: Pictured with Jason Alexander, left, managing partner of KBW Financial Staffing and Recruiting, and Jeff Feingold, right, editor of NHBR, is Lisa Allard, chief operating officer of Manchester- and Concord-based Families in Transition, and the winner in the small nonprofit category.
3: Pictured with Alexander and Feingold is Henry Lipman, executive vice president and CFO of LRGHealthcare in Laconis, and the winner in the category of large nonprofit.
4: Pictured with Alexander and Feingold is Michael Hawkins, CFO at Resonetics LLC in Nashua, and a winner in the category of small for-profit.
5: Pictured with Alexander and Feingold is Ernest J. Simmons Jr., CFO of Contour Design Inc. in Windham, and the winner in the category of medium for-profit.
6: Pictured with Alexander and Feingold is Lucy Gobin, co-founder, CFO and COO of Bedford-based Centrix Bank, and the winner in the large for-profit category.
7: NHBR Publisher Sharron McCarthy welcomes the winners and their guests to the reception.
8: Pictured from left are Alexander, Allard, Forte, Simmons Jr., Lipman, Hawkins, Gobin, anal Feingold.
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|Date:||Jun 1, 2012|
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