Bank adds three board members
PITTSFIELD — Baye Adofo-Wilson, Rheo A. Brouillard and William H. Hughes III have been appointed to the board of directors of Berkshire Hills Bancorp Inc., Berkshire Bank's financial holding company. They have also been appointed to Berkshire Bank's board of directors.
An attorney, Adofo-Wilson has over 20 years of experience in law and business development, with a focus on community development, including the position of deputy mayor/director, economic and housing development for the city of Newark, N.J. He joins the bank's audit committee and the corporate responsibility and culture committee.
Brouillard has more than 40 years of experience in the financial services industry, holding key roles at multiple financial services institutions. He most recently served as director, president and CEO of SI Financial Group, Inc. of Windham, Conn., which was recently acquired by Berkshire Hills Bancorp. He joins the compliance and regulatory committee and the risk management and capital committee.
Hughes is the founder and president of Open4 Learning, an advisory business that is focused on innovation and growth in the education technology and employment technology sectors. A Boston-area resident, Hughes joins the compensation committee and the risk management and capital committee.
The following changes have also been made to the membership of various board committees:
Pamela A. Massad has moved from the compliance and regulatory committee to the audit committee; David M. Brunelle has moved from the compliance and regulatory committee to the corporate governance/nominating committee; and Laurie Norton Moffatt has moved from the risk management and capital committee to the corporate governance/nominating committee.
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