Reilly joins New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
Joseph B. Reilly, of Bedford, joined the board of directors of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation on June 21. The organization marked its 50th anniversary during the week of June 17.
Reilly is the co-founder and president/CEO of Centrix Bank. Before working at Centrix, he served as senior vice president of commercial banking with Bank of New Hampshire. Earlier in his career, he spent 12 years with Fleet Bank, holding several positions over the course of his tenure.
Reilly holds an MBA from the Whittemore School of Business and Economics, University of New Hampshire. He has acted as chairman and director of the New Hampshire Bankers Association; chairman of the NHBA Legislative Committee; as New Hampshire captain for Team 21, a national organization of the American Bankers Association; and has been a member of the Government Relations Council of the ABA.
In New Hampshire, Reilly has served on the board of directors of Catholic Medical Center and acted as chairman of the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce and served on its board of directors.
He has been involved with several nonprofits, including The Way Home and The Manchester Community Music School.
The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation is governed by an 11 member board of directors.