Business Briefs: NBT's Vaselewski promoted to assistant vice president

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BERKSHIRES
NBT's Vaselewski promoted to assistant VP

Multi-site Branch manager Kristina Vaselewski has been promoted to assistant vice president at NBT Bank, Territory manager Daniel Kinney has announced.

In her position, Vaselewski is responsible for market sales, customer sales and operations for NBT Bank's Great Barrington and Lenox offices.

Vaselewski has 15 years of financial services experience. Before joining NBT in 2012, she was branch manager and licensed relationship manager for Key Bank in Albany, N.Y. for three years. She has also held several positions at various financial institutions on the Kingston, N.Y. area.

A resident of Stephentown, N.Y., Vaselewski hold a bachelor's degree in sociology and business from the State University of New York at New Paltz.

PITTSFIELD
Three named to BSC board of trustees

Warren C. Dews Jr., Isanne Werner Fisher and Eleanore Velez have been named to Barrington Stage Company's Board of Trustees.

Dews manages the circulation sales and marketing, and delivery operations for The Berkshire Eagle in Western Massachusetts and the Bennington Banner, Brattleboro Reformer and Manchester Journal in Vermont. He has worked in the media industry for two decades, and has held several positions including telemarketing supervisors, single copy sales manager, sales and marketing manager, circulation director and vice president of circulation. He also sits on the board of several Berkshire organizations.

Fisher is the retired president and CEO of Beautique Medical Esthetics, a media-spa center in Toronto that focuses on non-invasive medicine-based cosmetic procedures. A native of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Fisher and her husband, Sanford "Sandy" Fisher, purchased a home in Richmond in 2009, and have been actively involved in the Berkshire cultural community for many years.

Velez, who grew up in Mexico City, graduated from Berkshire Community College in 2004 and Mount Holyoke College in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in American and Latin American studies.

She is currently working for her masters degree in higher education at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, while working as both an admissions counselor and the coordinator of the Multicultural Center at BCC.


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