Gabrielle Gould Joins Nantucket Bank as Vice President of Business Development

Nantucket, MA – 

Nantucket Bank, a division of Blue Hills Bank, is pleased  to add Gabrielle Gould, former executive director of the Theatre Workshop of Nantucket  as vice president of business development.

“After many years in the nonprofit sector on Nantucket, I am thrilled to be joining Nantucket Bank as the VP of Business Development,” comments Gould.  “I look forward to being part of the continued building of Nantucket Bank’s presence in our community and ensuring that we give the best to our customers and to our island.”

Before successfully leading Theatre Workshop of Nantucket, where she was instrumental in restructuring the organization both functionally and financially, Gould was the development director of Small Friends Early Education.

“Gabrielle possesses a variety of leadership and business development skills from her experience in the nonprofit sector that will add to our team,” comments Neil Marttila, senior vice president and market executive of Nantucket Bank.  “She will be a great asset to Nantucket Bank.”

Gabrielle attended the Harvard Business School Executive Program, is a graduate of the Theater Program at Circle in the Square, NY and studied at the Juilliard School.  She has served on the board of Strong Wings of Nantucket and has been a member of the Cold Turkey Plunge Committee, benefitting the Nantucket Atheneum for 13 years.

“Gabrielle’s broad background across a number of industries provides her with a unique understanding of the Nantucket market,” comments Blue Hills Bank president and CEO William M. Parent. “We are very excited to add Gabrielle’s talents to the Nantucket Bank team as we continue to challenge ourselves to best serve the island.”


Blue Hills Bank is a full service community bank headquartered in Hyde Park, MA. With assets of over $1.8 billion, the bank serves customers in Eastern Massachusetts online and through it branches in Hyde Park, Brookline, Dedham, Milton, Nantucket, Norwood and West Roxbury. Founded in 1871, the Bank is celebrating its 144th year in business.