Officers, board members join nonprofit
Nathalie Houder and Michael Kapiloff have joined the Cheshire Medical Center/Cheshire Health Foundation Board of Trustees. New officers have been appointed to leadership positions for the Board of Trustees, including Sylvia McBeth as chair, and Gregg Tewksbury, vice chair.
Nathalie Houder is vice president of finance and strategic sourcing for C&S Wholesale Grocers. Since joining C&S in 2000, Houder has managed strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, financial planning and treasury functions of the organization. Prior to working at C&S, she worked in public accounting and banking. Houder has previous nonprofit experience as Treasurer of the Board of Directors of Sophia’s Hearth and of Child First, both early childhood education organizations in Keene.
Michael Kapiloff has been in the insurance industry for 30-plus years, primarily as a business owner/agent of Kapiloff Insurance Agency in Keene. The Kapiloff Insurance Agency was founded by his parents, Edward and Charlotte Kapiloff, in 1968 and purchased by Kapiloff in 1997. He is an independent agent of Property & Casualty, and Life & Health insurance.
Kapiloff has dedicated over 20 years of service to the Congregation Ahavas Achim community as president, treasurer and trustee. He graduated from Northeastern University with a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and Insurance, summa cum laude.
The Board of Trustees is comprised of 20 members and oversees the 169-bed nonprofit hospital, Cheshire Medical Center, as well as the Cheshire Health Foundation.