JEREMY HITCHCOCK – CEO of Dyn Inc.
As Chief Executive Officer of Dyn Inc., Jeremy brings his Worcester Polytechnic Institute degree to work in setting and communicating the strategic direction of the company. In over 10 years at Dyn, Jeremy has done it all from shipping to customer service to talking tech with some of the biggest brands on the Internet. Under his leadership, Dyn has become the fastest-growing DNS provider in the world, helping nurture a free open-source project into a vibrant technology company that currently boasts more than four million customers and growing. Jeremy was voted NHHTC Entrepreneur of the Year in 2012.
Beth-Ann Roberts is the senior vice president of regional markets for Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, a not-for-profit health plan that provides a variety of insurance plan options and self-funding arrangements to more than one million members in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine. In addition to being responsible for all aspects of business development in New Hampshire, Ms. Roberts is responsible for developing the business plans for growth and financial success in the company’s New Hampshire, Maine, and central/western Massachusetts markets. Ms. Roberts has more than 20 years experience in the health insurance field and serves as chair of the New Hampshire Health Plan Board.
Joseph B. Reilly is the co-founder and President/CEO of Centrix Bank, a commercial Bank serving small businesses, professionals, not-for-profits and municipalities throughout New Hampshire. Mr. Reilly is responsible for the overall direction and coordination of the Bank’s efforts as it provides focused, customized, and highly responsive banking services to its customers. After opening its Bedford offices in 1999, Centrix Bank has expanded to full-service branches located in the City of Manchester, the City of Portsmouth, the Town of Milford, the City of Concord and the City of Dover, New Hampshire. Mr. Reilly was awarded the 2005 Entrepreneurial Venture/Creations Person of the Year Award from the UNH Whittemore School of Business and Economics.
Long joined PSNH in 1976 as an assistant engineer, after serving as an officer in the United States Air Force. Since that time, he has held various positions at PSNH in the areas of marketing, customer service, regulatory affairs, governmental relations, economic development, and rates. Long is a board member of Amoskeag Industries, Inc., the New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts, the Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire, and Heritage United Way. In May 2006, he was named “2006 Business Leader of the Year” by Business NH Magazine.