Cambridge Bancorp (NASDAQ: CATC) and its subsidiary, Cambridge Trust Company, announce three new members to its Board of Directors. Joining the board are Christine Fuchs, Pamela Hamlin and Laila Partridge. “We are delighted to welcome these distinguished individuals to our Board. Each new member brings a unique set of skills and experiences that will support and inform our strategy for growth throughout Greater Boston and Southern New Hampshire.,” noted Denis K. Sheahan, Chairman and CEO of Cambridge Bancorp and Cambridge Trust Company.
About Christine Fuchs
Christine Fuchs joins Cambridge Trust’s Board of Directors with extensive experience in the financial services industry and as an active participant in Greater Boston’s start-up community. Ms. Fuchs spent her career at Wellington Management as Associate Director of Global Industry Research. She led a team of nearly 100 investment professionals and sat on the Compensation Committee and Equity Review management committees. Prior to her management position, Ms. Fuchs served for a decade as an equity analyst and sector fund manager, responsible for the active management of $2 billion in assets. Since retiring from Wellington Management, Ms. Fuchs has emerged as an active member of the start-up ecosystem in Greater Boston, as an angel investor, advisor and mentor. She currently serves on the boards of Launchpad Venture Group, and Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health and is an Advisory Board member of The Capital Network. Ms. Fuchs holds an MBA in Finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and is a CFA Charterholder.
About Pamela Hamlin
Pamela Hamlin is a dynamic creative business leader with over 30 years of marketing and general management experience and a track record of leading and growing an acclaimed global creative agency, while driving marketing and business strategy for major Fortune 500 clients across a wide range of industries. She was an engine for growth, evolution and cultural vibrancy at Arnold Worldwide for 20 years. As Global CEO, Pam oversaw the Arnold global network and was responsible for driving the vision and strategy for the agency. Previously, Pam served as President of Arnold’s Boston headquarters office, and as Managing Partner, Director of Account Management. Pam’s career in advertising began in account management and business development positions and evolved to senior leadership roles at leading agencies like Ingalls, Quinn & Johnson, HBM/Creamer and Leonard/Monahan. She is a passionate believer in the power of creativity to fuel brand and business performance.
About Laila Partridge
Ms. Partridge is an entrepreneur and technology executive with expertise in identifying disruptive technologies and turning them to competitive advantage. Over the past 12 years she has held Chief Executive Officer positions at several early stage technology companies; most recently she held that role at WegoWise Inc., which was sold to AppFolio Inc. [NASDAQ: APPF] in late 2018. She is currently a Contingent Managing Director for Techstars, Inc. within their corporate accelerator program. Ms. Partridge was also a manager and investor at Intel Capital, during the early days of that organization's formation.
About Cambridge Bancorp
Cambridge Bancorp, the parent company of Cambridge Trust Company, is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Cambridge Trust Company is a 129 year-old Massachusetts chartered commercial bank with approximately $2.7 billion in assets and 16 offices in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Cambridge Trust Company is one of New England’s leaders in private banking and wealth management with $3.2 billion in client assets under management and administration. The Wealth Management group maintains offices in Boston, Massachusetts and Concord, Manchester, and Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
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