Spring 2021 Seminar Series:
- May 20: Getting Back to the Office Post COVID-19: An Opportunity to Better Define Work and Purpose
The dilemma of bringing people back to more traditional work spaces is on every organization’s strategic plan in 2021. We learned that remote workplace technology works much better than we thought. We also learned that blurring the traditional boundaries of work and home takes a toll on the whole family. Routines we took for granted, such as the morning commute, face to face meetings, and casual hallway conversations are actually important parts of our workday. It is said that “the days of everyone in the office every day are over”. So how do we use what we have learned to get the best of both worlds? .
Jamie Gabriel, Chief Human Resources Officer, EVP, Enterprise Bank
Jamie has worked at Enterprise Bank for over 20 years and has been the Chief Human Resources Officer for almost 10. She also shares her love for the human resources profession by serving on the HR Committees for Family Service of Merrimack Valley and the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Salem. A mom of two, Jamie enjoys supporting her children’s endeavors by serving as the Board Chair for her children’s school, St. Joseph Regional Catholic School, Treasurer for Salem, NH Softball, and fundraiser for Team New England Baseball.
Dr. Scott Latham, Associate Professor, Business Policy and Strategy, University of Massachusetts, Lowell
Scott worked for 12 years in the software industry, where he experienced the highs and lows of the .com boom. After leaving the industry, he earned a Ph.D. in strategic management. His research focuses on organizational decline, disruption, and innovation; it's published in the top journals in the field, such as MIT Sloan Management Review and Harvard Business Review. His recent research on the future of work and innovation has been the basis of support from the NSF, NIH, and the Department of Labor. In the past year, he's been involved in funded efforts by the NIH to evaluate the business viability of starts ups in testing, diagnostics, and treatment of COVID.
David Model, Chief Operating Officer, Triton Systems Inc.
David has 37 years of business experience in biotech, biomedical, aerospace and other high technology fields. He has served Triton and its affiliates as a C-level officer from start up through self-sufficiency.
Over 17 years at Triton, David has served as COO,CFO of two of Triton’s public company affiliates, and CEO, CFO or COO of seven privately financed affiliates. In these roles, he has led many rounds of private and public equity financing for its spin-offs, set up joint ventures, acquired and sold businesses and in- or out-licensed numerous technologies.
Ken Ansin, President, Ansin Consulting Group
Ken began his career by working within, and later turning around, his family’s shoe companies, which included brands such as Ansewn, LB Evans, ColeHaan, Woolrich footwear, and private labels for Nordstrom, LL Bean, Dillards and Neiman Marcus. He subsequently lead or co-founded companies including Norwood Cabinet Co., United Site Services, United Material Management, and Ansin Consulting Group. Ken serves on a number of corporate boards throughout the community. An avid private pilot, Ken gives back by flying medical patients for Angel Flight Northeast, and on the ground with FoodLink.
Winter 2021 Seminar Series:
- February 2 : Cyber Terrorism: What can you do to protect your business from becoming a victim?
Presented by: Meaghan Lally-McGurl, SVP, Operational Risk Director, Enterprise Bank and John Moynihan, SVP, Senior Cash Management Advisor, Enterprise BankIt’s not a matter of if you will become a victim of cyber terrorism, it’s a matter of when you will become a victim. Every day we see reports of businesses that have been hacked, malware that has been deployed, and electronic information that has been stolen. What can you do to protect your business from becoming a victim? Our presenters will provide real life examples of cyber threats and provide proven solutions on how to protect your business.