MountainOne Bank Appoints Senior Human Resources Officer

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Beth Petropulos has joined MountainOne as vice president, senior human resources officer.

"We are pleased to have attracted a human resources professional with Beth's experience and diverse background. She will be instrumental in leading our organizational growth and development initiatives," said Steve Owens, executive vice president, CFO, COO and CIO.

As senior human resources officer, Petropulos will be responsible for recruitment efforts across all MountainOne divisions, as well as for supporting employee training and development, promoting a healthy and engaged workplace, and fostering a corporate culture focused on talent, integrity and teamwork.

Prior to joining MountainOne, Petropulos, who has more than 20 years of human resources experience, served in roles of increasing responsibility at organizations in Berkshire County, Boston, New Hampshire and New York, including companies with workforces as large as 1,200 employees.  

Petropulos holds a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from the University of Connecticut. She resides in Hancock with her husband, Nick, and their two sons.

 


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