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Nonotuck Hires Chuong, Ferris to Payroll, Finance Positions

Nonotuck Resource Associates is proud to announce the recent hiring of Payroll Clerk Davi Chuong and Staff Accountant Matthew Ferris. Both Chuong and Ferris will work out of our office at 425 Prospect Street, Northampton MA.

Chuong comes to Nonotuck after almost 12 years as Senior Client Support Specialist at Checkwriters, Inc. She has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Bay Path College.

HR and Payroll Manager Amanda Stanislas will be Chuong’s supervisor. “We’ve been so fortunate to have Davi join our growing team,” Stansilas says. “In a short amount of time, Davi has provided exceptional insight, offering a new set of eyes to our payroll processes, and has jumped feet first into her role.”

Choung lives in the Northampton area with her fiancé, where she enjoys going for walks, cooking, baking, watching TV, and playing video games.

Ferris comes to Nonotuck after most recently working for Florence Savings Bank as a Credit Analyst Trainee, before that working as a Math Teacher at Taconic High School in Pittsfield, MA. He earned a master’s degree in finance from Fairfield University and a Bachelor’s of Science in Finance from Framingham State University.

“Matt brings many skills to the team through his advanced education in Finance and professional background. His positive ‘can do’ attitude is something that we look for in an employee that is dedicated to serve the financial needs of the individuals we serve in the agency,” says Senior Accountant James Palmier. “In the interview process, Matt demonstrated an ethical character and strong work ethic, which I felt would lend well to the role as the Staff Accountant. In working with him over the last month, I’ve gotten a very good sense of his organizational abilities and diligence in assigned projects. He’s a quick learner and is eager to assist.”

Ferris grew up in Pittsfield and resides in Chicopee MA. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with friends and family, fishing, and playing golf.

“(Through shared living) people with a disability experience a real transformation and discover confidence in themselves; they discover their capacity to make choices, and also find a certain liberty and above all their dignity as human beings.”

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