Mr. MacAvoy possesses over 25 years of experience in the Financial Services industry, primarily focused on building and expanding customer relationships. Mr. MacAvoy currently oversees Hanover Bank’s retail branch network, business development and marketing efforts. Prior to joining Hanover in December of 2015, he spent 14 years at Bank of America in Market Management, Branch Management and Business Banking, where he built sales teams to region-leading success in market share expansion and customer satisfaction. As a Business Banker, he provided Long Island and New York City-based businesses with all the tools needed to succeed in a rapidly changing digital landscape. Mr. MacAvoy was also a National Sales Award winner at Dean Witter for his consistent high rankings in sales in the NYC markets. Mr. MacAvoy attended St. Francis College majoring in business management.
Ms. Mihas possesses over 20 years banking experience in various capacities including corporate governance and human resources. Ms. Mihas has been part of the Hanover team since its inception in 2009 and is also the Secretary of its holding company since its inception in 2016. Ms. Mihas currently serves as Corporate Secretary where she works with the Directors, Executive Management and Senior Officers. Ms. Mihas coordinates and attends all Hanover Bank and Hanover Bancorp Board meetings, prepares the minutes to the Board meetings, facilitates the annual meeting of shareholders, serves as liaison for Directors and Shareholders, maintains key corporate documents and records, and addresses other tasks as required by the Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer. Additionally, Ms. Mihas oversees the human resources function where she assists in all employee related matters. Ms. Mihas earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Queens College and an MA from Columbia University.
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