Hyde Park, MA – February 24, 2016
Blue Hills Bank announces the recent appointment of Pamela C. Scott to its Board of Directors.
Scott is the founder, president and CEO of LVCC, Inc., a business consulting firm, and has more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry including multiple roles in institutional asset and investment management at State Street Corporation, U.S. Trust Company of New York and Citibank.
Since retiring from the banking industry, Scott was appointed trustee of Salem State University by Governor Deval Patrick, where she later became chair. She currently serves on their Board of Trustees and is also a member of the Trustee Advisory Board at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Scott was a director of Beverly National Bank and became a director of Danvers Bancorp, Inc, after its acquisition of Beverly National Bank.
“The combination of Pam’s career as a banker and her experience as an active board member in both banking and nonprofits will be a great addition to our Board,” comments Blue Hills Bank president and CEO, William M. Parent. “I look forward to having Pam’s guidance and insight as we continue to evolve Blue Hills Bancorp’s strategy over the coming years.”
Scott received her BA from Rice University and her MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, as the business program’s first African American female graduate and where she now serves as a mentor to young professionals and MBA students. An active alumnus of The Partnership, Scott works to promote career development for minority executives in Boston.
Scott joins the board of this 145-year old bank as it prepares to open a new branch in Boston’s Seaport District in the summer of 2016. With additional branches in West Roxbury, Brookline, Dedham, Norwood, Milton, Westwood and Nantucket, the bank also has loan offices in Plymouth, Cambridge and Boston’s Back Bay. Blue Hills Bank trades on the NASDAQ as BHBK.
Blue Hills Bank is a full service community bank headquartered in Hyde Park, MA. With assets of over $2.1 billion, the bank serves customers in Eastern Massachusetts online and through its 15 offices and branches. Founded in 1871, the Bank is celebrating its 145th year in business.