Barbara Lemieux, 2016

Angela Strozewski appointed to Governor’s Commission on Cryptocurrencies and Digital Assets

New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp (NHMB) is proud to announce that Angela Strozewski, Executive Vice President & Senior Operations Officer has been named to Governor Sununu’s newly created Commission on Cryptocurrencies and Digital Assets.

Cryptocurrency is a virtual or digital currency used to secure transactions through a computer network. The commission will be charged with a number of tasks including reviewing the current status of the cryptocurrency and the digital asset industry and related industries; reviewing the status of US federal and state laws regulating digital assets and their effectiveness; and, making recommendations.

In her role at NHMB, Angela oversees the shared operations areas for all the affiliate organizations, which includes digital banking and digital banking systems and operations. She was recommended to the Commission by the NH Bankers Association to represent all state banks. “We are honored to have Angela representing not only NHMB, but all of our NH banks on the Governor’s Commission,” said Gregg Tewksbury, President and CEO, NHMB. “Her deep knowledge of the payments system in banking will be of significant value to this Commission.”

David Cronin, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer for NHMB noted, “This appointment acknowledges Angela as a wonderful role model for our NHMB organization and affiliates, not only in her leadership abilities but as a knowledgeable and valued resource for the state of NH.”

“I am grateful to the NH Bankers Association for recommending me to this appointment and privileged to have been chosen by Governor Sununu, “said Strozewski. “I look forward to contributing to this evolving digital currency space and the imminent impacts on our abilities as financial institutions to advance these technologies. And I’m also appreciative of the opportunity to advocate on behalf of NH banks and our state of NH customers for the future.”

New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp