New Hampshire Business Review to name Minim Board Directors Jeremy Hitchcock, Liz Hitchcock, and Gray Chynoweth in its annual ceremony tomorrow, December 9th
MANCHESTER, NH - (NewMediaWire) - December 08, 2021 -- Minim, Inc. (NASDAQ: MINM), the creator of intelligent networking products under the globally recognized Motorola brand, today announces that three of its board directors have been named to the New Hampshire 200, The State’s Most Influential Business Leaders. Jeremy Hitchcock, Minim Board Chairperson; Liz Hitchcock, Minim Board Director; and Gray Chynoweth, Minim Board Director and CEO, will be recognized at the annual New Hampshire 200 Reception tomorrow, December 9, 2021, from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Downtown Manchester.
The New Hampshire 200 is the product of a year-long research initiative by the New Hampshire Business Review editors. The 200 executives are selected after hundreds of interviews, culminating in a selective biographical guide that is published every two years.
“While Minim has a global vision, we seek to make an impact in all the communities where we operate,” said Chynoweth. “Minim (pre-merger) was founded in Manchester, New Hampshire, where the Hitchcocks and I also grew Dyn to 500 people and $100 million in revenue. I continue to be excited every day to work with Jeremy and Liz, and we are honored to have been recognized as individuals who are driving innovation and improving the economic vitality in The Granite State.”
Jeremy Hitchcock is an active angel investor in the New Hampshire startup community. Prior to Minim, Mr. Hitchcock co-founded Dyn, an Internet data company acquired by Oracle in 2017 for over $600 million. In his time working on a dual-use fund called New North Ventures and serving as Minim Board Chairperson, Mr. Hitchcock has led technology development teams to solve security problems at the national, commercial, and consumer levels. Located in Manchester, NH, Mr. Hitchcock holds a B.A. in Management Information Systems from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and serves on the boards of the New Hampshire Tech Alliance, Southern New Hampshire University, and the Community College System of New Hampshire. Alongside his wife, Liz, he runs an independent bookstore and partners with Manchester Moves, improving biking and walkability in the greater Manchester area.
Liz Hitchcock is a prominent entrepreneur, philanthropist, and small business owner. In addition to serving as Board Director of Minim, she is also the co-developer of The Factory on Willow, a new live/work space built specifically for young entrepreneurs, and the owner of Bookery, Manchester’s local independent bookstore. For her innovative focus on community building, workforce development, and technology, Mrs. Hitchcock received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Rivier University alongside her husband in 2018. Residing in Manchester, NH, Mrs. Hitchcock holds her B.S. in Computer Science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and provides guidance to New Hampshire-based startups through her work at Orbit Group and as the general partner of the Millworks Fund.
Gray Chynoweth saw Minim grow from a small New Hampshire-based startup to a global team of 100 professionals with $50 million in revenue as co-founder and CEO. Prior to Minim, Mr. Chynoweth served as a founding Executive / CMO at ARMI | BioFabUSA, and COO at Dyn, Inc. As an investor at Millworks Fund and 10X Venture Partners, Mr. Chynoweth manages seed-stage investments in more than 25 companies across software, AI, and biotech while also serving as a board member at New Hampshire Public Radio and a founder and board member at StayWorkPlay. Located in Manchester, NH, Mr. Chynoweth holds a Doctorate in Law from Duke University, M.A. in Public Policy from Duke University Sandford, and B.A. in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley.
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