Alison Whynot was recently promoted to Vice President, Facilities and Community Re-investment Act (CRA) Officer for New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp (NHMB). In this position, Whynot will continue to oversee facilities for all NHMB properties, including new construction. NHMB consists of the sister subsidiaries of Merrimack County Savings Bank, Meredith Village Savings Bank and MillRiver Wealth Management. She will also continue to serve as the CRA Officer for both Meredith Village Savings Bank (MVSB) and Merrimack County Savings Bank (The Merrimack).
“Alison has been exceptional at leading the construction efforts for new and enhanced spaces and managing the maintenance of all our properties,” said Philip Emma, Executive Vice President of NHMB and President of Merrimack County Savings Bank and MillRiver Wealth Management. “Alison’s insight and expertise was apparent when she oversaw the development of Merrimack’s Hooksett office on I-93 and the interior re-modeling and re-design for MillRiver Wealth Management in Concord. She has quickly become a valued member of our leadership team and we are excited to promote her.”
Whynot joined MVSB in 1999 in support administration. As her career progressed, she served in several roles including Collections Officer. In 2006, she was promoted to Assistant Vice President for Collections and Facilities. She added the role of CRA Officer in 2011. In 2013, as part of the affiliation of MVSB and The Merrimack, Whynot became responsible for facilities at all 20 NHMB buildings.
Whynot received a Bachelor of Science from Plymouth State University. She has served on the board for the Salvation Army since 2000 and volunteers as a Circle Program Mentor.
About New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp
New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp, a mutual holding company, was formed in 2013 when two New Hampshire-based community banks, Meredith Village Savings Bank and Merrimack County Savings Bank, formally affiliated – the first relationship of its kind in New Hampshire. This strategic partnership has positioned the Banks to leverage each other’s strengths as they work together to advance a shared vision of maintaining and enhancing their community banking standards and values. MillRiver Wealth Management joined as a third subsidiary of NHMB in 2015, combining the financial advisory divisions of MVSB and The Merrimack. NHMB combined assets total nearly $1.5 billion.