Personnel file: Oct. 12, 2023

by Danica Brendon

Price Artisans’ Bank recently announced the promotion of Colin Price to the position of senior vice president and chief retail banking officer. In his new role, Price will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the bank’s community-based retail banking operations. This includes setting goals, implementing strategies, ensuring compliance, and improving the customer experience.

Price has been with Artisans’ Bank since 2002, initially joining the Retail Branch Division before expanding his career in the Commercial Lending Division. He has extensive experience in commercial banking and lending, making him well-suited for his new position.

Artisans’ Bank, founded in 1861, is a locally managed, mutually owned community bank headquartered near Wilmington. It has 12 retail branch locations and two community-based lending hubs in Kent and Sussex County.

In addition to Price’s promotion, WSFS Bank recently made several senior appointments. Alyson Beasley Bradley was named senior vice president and chief auditor, Jeffrey Goodman was hired as senior vice president and general counsel, and Frank McGrane joined as senior vice president and deputy chief credit officer.

Beasley Bradley will lead WSFS Bank’s Internal Audit Department, ensuring the development and implementation of an effective internal audit program. Goodman will serve as the primary support and advisor to the Commercial Division, utilizing his extensive lending experience. McGrane will play a key role in credit administration, approval, and policy matters.

NAMI Delaware, an organization that provides mental health support, has also made a personnel announcement. Jacqueline Contreras, previously a part-time multicultural engagement coordinator, was promoted to the role of southern Delaware coordinator. Fluent in both English and Spanish, Contreras will build programming to meet educational and support needs in both counties and assist with advocacy and community activities.

The Delaware Community Foundation (DCF) has named Cassie DiSabatino as its donor services coordinator. DiSabatino will help grow the assets of the DCF and engage with fundholders to support philanthropic efforts. Previously, she served as the advancement director at St. Mary Magdalen School, where she focused on fundraising and student recruitment.

Shipley Living, a senior living community, appointed William “Eric” Boide as its executive director. Boide brings experience in organizational and healthcare management to his new role, as well as a background in the culinary field.

Bayhealth Medical Group recently welcomed Vennis Lourdusamy, MD, to the Bayhealth Gastroenterology, Sussex Campus team. Lourdusamy completed his fellowship training in gastroenterology at NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst and brings valuable expertise to the healthcare organization.

Lastly, David and Jamie Doane of Dagsboro will be presented with the Easterseals Drex Jones Volunteer Award at the organization’s 75th Anniversary Celebration. The Doanes have been committed volunteers with Easterseals since meeting as summer counselors at Camp Fairlee in 1972.

Overall, these personnel announcements highlight the accomplishments and advancements of individuals within various organizations in Delaware. These professionals bring valuable experience and expertise to their respective positions and will undoubtedly contribute to the growth and success of their organizations.

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