Berkshire Money Management Welcomes Third Hire of the Year
DALTON, Mass. — John Bielski, a longtime resident of the Berkshires, has joined Berkshire Money Management's quickly expanding team of investment professionals.
Bielski, who is a registered investment advisor, brings nearly two decades of experience to BMM and will focus specifically on the firm's day-to-day operational responsibilities.
"John was my first-ever hire, which was at my previous employer some 18 years ago," said BMM founder and CEO Allen Harris. "It's not easy finding someone with nearly two decades of this sort of specific operational expertise. All the credit goes to the BMM team, who has created one of the best workplace cultures in the area. This has made it easier for us to bring more and more talent on board so that we can continue to serve our clients and the community at the highest level."
Bielski earned his bachelor of science in business administration and finance from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams. Originally, he called the city of Chicopee his home, but after interning at Dion Money Management (where he first met Harris), Bielski was offered a position there and decided to plant permanent roots in the Berkshires. He lives in Cheshire with his partner Kaila and their daughter Hannah. In addition to fishing, landscaping, and motorcycle excursions, he also enjoys staying active, and recently completed his first Rugged Maniac competition.
This is BMM's third hire in the last year, reflecting its growth as a result of the continued demands from local investors, including business owners and employees of Berkshire Health Systems.
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