Katrina Randlett has been promoted to Learning and Development Officer at New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp (NHMB). In her new role, Randlett will oversee the planning and execution of learning and professional growth, workplace engagement and leadership development for sister banks Meredith Village Savings Bank, Merrimack County Savings Bank and Savings Bank of Walpole as well as MillRiver Wealth Management.
“Katrina is a great addition to the Human Resources team, as she brings enthusiasm and a disciplined approach to our ongoing organizational development efforts,” said David Cronin, Senior Vice President and Human Resources Director for NHMB. “She offers a fresh perspective when it comes to working with supervisors and employees to help staff develop to their fullest potential.”
Randlett joined Meredith Village Savings Bank (MVSB) in 1999 as a Teller. She spent several years in a variety of roles within Retail Banking at MVSB including Branch Services Manager and Teller Trainer. In 2017, she transferred to the Risk department as Risk Management Systems Administrator for NHMB.
She earned her Teller and Customer Service certifications through the American Bankers Association, and is a graduate of the Northern New England School of Banking. Randlett has been an active volunteer for the Save for America program over the course of 16 years and remains active in her local community. She resides in Holderness with her family.
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.