BURLINGTON — Vermont Gov. Phil Scott has appointed Thomas S. Leavitt of Waterbury Center to the Vermont Housing and Finance Agency Board of Commissioners.
Leavitt has been president and chief executive officer of Northfield Savings Bank since 2014, and at MountainOne Financial in Massachusetts before that.
He serves on the boards of Norwich University Applied Research Institutes, ECHO Leahy Center for Lake Champlain, and the Flynn Center. He is an active member of the Vermont Financial Literacy Commission.
Leavitt studied at the University of New Hampshire and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is a native of Burlington.
“We’re very excited to welcome Tom to the VHFA board of commissioners,” VHFA Executive Director Sarah Carpenter said. “His many years of experience in Vermont banking and his familiarity with our valued partners will be a great asset for VHFA’s board.”
There are nine members on VHFA’s board of commissioners.