Mortimer to Host Haverhill Chamber’s Coffee with the CEO

Haverhill Bank President and Chief Executive Officer Thomas L. Mortimer.

Haverhill Bank President and Chief Executive Officer Thomas L. Mortimer is kicking off a new “Coffee with the CEO” series offered by the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce.

Mortimer will meet with interested chamber members Tuesday, March 22, from 8 to 9 a.m., at Haverhill Bank, 180 Merrimack St.

“This program will act as an informal mentoring program for young professionals, entrepreneurs and small business owners who may face challenges in launching or building their careers,” read a statement from the chamber. “Additionally, it is an excellent opportunity for established professionals to come together and brainstorm possible solutions for real-life business challenges currently holding them back from achieving the next level in their careers, or achieving their business goals successfully.”

A continental breakfast is provided. Registration is required and costs $5 for members and $10 for non-members. Seats will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

Mortimer was born in Flushing, N.Y., and grew-up in Warwick, R.I. He received his bachelor’s from Northeastern University and master’s from University of Massachusetts-Lowell. While completing his education he received several awards including Captain of the Northeastern Track Team. He earned All American Honor in Track and Field and was inducted into the Northeastern Athletic Hall of Fame.

He entered banking in 1998, serving first as executive vice president/chief credit officer at Pentucket Bank and president and CEO of Haverhill Bank in 2010. He is chairman of the board of the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce and also serves on the boards of directors of Massachusetts Bankers Association, NECC Foundation, Penacook Place and Greater Haverhill Foundation.

He resides in Haverhill with his wife Katina and has three adult daughters, Heather, Tatum,and Courtney.

For more information, assistance with registration or questions contact Melissa Seavey at (978) 373-5663 or [email protected]