Following two years of hard work and dedication, Merrimack County Saving Bank (The Merrimack) congratulates their very own Michelle Olivier, Assistant Vice President Branch & Business Development Manager. Olivier was among the graduates of New England School of Financial Studies’ class of 2022. The Executive Banking program, sponsored by the New Hampshire Banking Association, provides banking professionals with the tools they need to manage effectively in today’s changing banking industry.
“We are so proud of Michelle. Her most recent achievement is the result of her continued commitment to better serve our community,” said Mary Lynne Rahlson, Senior Vice President, Senior Retail Banking Officer.
“Attending the New England School for Financial Studies has given me the opportunity to develop comprehensive skills and mastery for banking,” said Olivier. “Not only did I walk away with an elevated understanding of the industry, but recognize the strategic planning and critical decision making involved in improving the communities we serve.”
Olivier joined The Merrimack in 2002 as a Customer Service Representative in Concord. Five promotions and nearly a decade later, Olivier currently serves as Assistant Vice President Branch & Business Development Manager, working directly with members and businesses within the Bow community.
Outside of the office, Olivier is an active volunteer with Friends of Forgotten Children, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer and Rock N’ Race in support of the Payson Center for Cancer Care. She also serves on the Board for the Bow Rotary Club and Foundation and was part of the 2018 graduating class of Leadership Greater Concord. Olivier resides in Pittsfield with husband Josh and two girls, Kaleah, who enjoys volunteering at school and with her mother; and Elee who is a 2021 Pembroke Academy graduate.