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Malea Ritz

Malea Ritz

Banker & Tradesman Staff

Malea Ritz can be reached at mritz@thewarrengroup.com
Karen Fish-Will

Karen Fish-Will

A passion for real estate seems to run in Karen Fish-Will’s blood. Fish-Will was introduced to the business at a young age, beginning with afternoons spent at her father’s construction company after school.

Rachel Chisholm

Rachel Chisholm

Rachel Chisholm describes herself as a “people person,” and it is apparent that she thrives on her community involvement, dedication to advancing her employees and assisting her customers. “I love mentoring, developing, coaching people. Between that and the customers, I think that’s my favorite – really interacting. I’m a people person, so having that interaction with people is really the highlight.”

Vanessa Calderón-Rosado

Vanessa Calderón-Rosado

Vanessa Calderón-Rosado is currently the leader of an organization that has been an installation in downtown Boston for almost half a century, with roots in a high-profile, and successful, protest against displacement in the city’s South End.

Tina Cassidy

Tina Cassidy

A former journalist with a background in real estate, Tina Cassidy, executive vice president and chief content officer at InkHouse, brings a distinctive approach to her role in public relations.
Incorporating her knowledge of both industries, she enjoys helping clients market their projects through new forms of media.

Tricia Pinto

Tricia Pinto

Though born and raised in New York, Tricia Pinto got her hands into the Bay State’s environmental engineering scene (literally) when she arrived for a master’s program at MIT following work in the civilian arm of the Army Corps of Engineers.

Sarah Samuels

Sarah Samuels

Sarah Samuels first fell in love with the investing industry when she began her career at Wellington Management Co. at the ground level. Soon after, she made it her goal to become an analyst.
Samuels went back to school to get her master’s in business administration and certified financial analyst designation. She has since worked her way up to the C-suite, and has now been with the Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management Board (PRIM) for five years. Currently deputy chief investment officer, she is a member of the four-person executive team that runs the business, where she personally manages a pool of $40 billion in assets.

Finance Gets Fresh At Student Banking Competition

Finance Gets Fresh At Student Banking Competition

It’s safe to say that one would not generally associate financial literacy with rap music, apart from the occasional bankrupt former star’s lack thereof. However, one group of student bankers from Medway High School’s Charles River Bank branch brought the two very...
Finance Gets Fresh At Student Banking Competition

Finance Gets Fresh At Student Banking Competition

It’s safe to say that one would not generally associate financial literacy with rap music, apart from the occasional bankrupt former star’s lack thereof. However, one group of student bankers from Medway High School’s Charles River Bank branch brought the two very...
Richard Hamilton

Richard Hamilton

A little over a decade ago, the staff at Mansfield Bank brought in Richard Hamilton to bolster their burgeoning commercial lending department. They knew they had gotten someone with credentials. They knew they had gotten someone who could navigate the business landscape. They likely didn’t know that they had gotten some who would dress up as Santa Claus each holiday season and lead a team of elves around the bank, spreading Christmas cheer.

Lori Meads

Lori Meads

Giving back to the community is an important mission in Lori Meads’ professional and personal life. It’s evident in the lengthy list of organizations with which she is involved.

Patrick Thorpe

Patrick Thorpe

It’s clear that Patrick Thorpe, president and CEO of BankGloucester, views himself not as an individual, but as an extension of the bank and a representation of the work it does for the community.

Melvin Tutiven

Melvin Tutiven

Melvin Tutiven has been nicknamed the “ambassador of Jamaica Plain” by his coworkers, and the sheer amount work he does in that corner of the city makes the epithet seems only appropriate. Besides running the day-to-day operations of East Boston Savings Bank’s (EBSB)...

RHA Recognizes Walsh, Curtis For Work In Affordable Housing

Top members of the commonwealth’s affordable and rental housing scene gathered at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute yesterday to celebrate the Rental Housing Association’s latest round of award winners for excellence in the industry. The public sector winner was Boston...
Guest Post: Fabulous Women – Mika Brzezinski

Guest Post: Fabulous Women – Mika Brzezinski

Today’s guest post is from Judith Bowman’s Fabulous Woman series, which profiles top tier, women business leaders who share their personal stores and advice. In this installment, she talks with Mika Brzezinski, co-host of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” and founder of the “Know...
Rep. Lynch: Small Bank Regulatory Relief Bill In The Works

Rep. Lynch: Small Bank Regulatory Relief Bill In The Works

A forthcoming bill aimed at easing regulatory burden on community banks would loosen up examination schedules and eliminate some call reports and schedules for smaller, less complex institutions, Boston’s Rep. Stephen Lynch said yesterday at the Greater Boston...