Ryan King

Ryan King

CONCORD — Northeast Delta Dental announces the appointment of Ryan King as Director of Human Resources. Ryan brings several years of experience as a strategic human resources leader, driving cultural transformation, engaging leaders and employees and improving operating efficiency. As director of human resources, Ryan will be responsible for creating and implementing programs for employee recruitment, engagement and retention.

“Northeast Delta Dental is well respected throughout Northern New England for taking care of its employees – making the ‘Best Companies to Work For’ list more than a dozen times,” explains Ryan. “I am excited to join a company committed to its employees and its community while still achieving business growth and excellence.”

“We are so excited to welcome Ryan to the Northeast Delta Dental community,” explained Connie Roy-Czyzowski, Vice President, Human Resources. “His leadership skills, combined with an impressive range of human resources competencies will serve our company well.”

Before joining Northeast Delta Dental, Ryan served as Director of Human Resources for McLane Middleton Professional Association, Manchester NH, responsible for the management of the human resources and facilities functions for five offices in two states. Prior to that position, he held the title of Director of Human Resources for Pioneer Behavioral Health, Peabody, Mass.

He holds Professional Human Resources Certification (PHR) and Society of Human Resources Certified HR Professional (SHRM-CP) certifications and received a Bachelor of Arts, Communications from the University of Connecticut. Ryan resides in Hudson, NH.

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