Board of Directors

Meet the members of Radius Bank’s Board of Directors.

Dale Stuhlmiller

Dale Stuhlmiller is Chairman of our Board of Directors and has served in that capacity since June 2012. He has been a member of the Bank’s board since May 2008. Mr. Stuhlmiller also serves on the Board of Directors of Radius Organization Corp. Between 1995 and 2011, he was the President, Chief Executive Officer and owner of Hudson Valley Acoustical and Plastering Co., Inc., a commercial sub-contracting company, and for the twenty years prior to 1995, Mr. Stuhlmiller was the Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, and a co-owner of that firm. He attended Michigan State University and the University of Buffalo. Mr. Stuhlmiller has served as a director of several different organizations including the Master Builders of the Hudson Valley and the Construction Contractors Association. He was chairman and trustee of the Empire State Carpenters Benefit Funds, Hudson Valley District Council of Carpenters Benefit Funds, and Carpenters Local 19 Benefit Funds.

Michael Butler

Michael Butler is our President and Chief Executive Officer. Since joining Radius Bank in March 2008, Mr. Butler has transformed the Bank into an innovative leader in the financial services industry, one focused on delivering superior customer service and leading-edge technology to its clients. He is an experienced banking executive with an extensive background in all facets of commercial and consumer banking. Prior to joining the Bank, Mike served as President, National Consumer Finance at KeyCorp in Cleveland, Ohio. He is a graduate of Providence College and the ABA's Stonier Graduate School of Banking. Mike serves as a member of the Financial Services Committee for the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, on the Board of Trustees for Thompson Island Outward Bound, on the Advisory Board for FinXTech, and has been active with the Habitat for Humanity program.

Liesl Sitton has more than 20 years of investment, finance and accounting experience working at large multi-national corporations across multiple industries including private equity, financial services and public accounting. In her roles as Portfolio Director at Boston Consulting Group and Vice President of Finance at Devonshire Investors, the private equity division of Fidelity Investments, she has established governance processes, aided in managing risk, and directed business strategy, merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions and legal entity structuring to maximize corporate value.  Mrs. Sitton began her career in Boston at Ernst & Young (EY) where she spent 11 years in the audit practice. At EY, she managed audits of public and private multinational firms in the technology, manufacturing and financial services industries and she also worked on numerous initial public offerings. She graduated cum laude from the Isenberg School of Management at UMASS-Amherst. Mrs. Sitton is a member of the EY Alumni Council in Boston, has served on the MSCPA board, and was a co-founder of the Association of Latino Professionals (ALPFA), Boston Chapter.

Boris Gutin

Boris Gutin is a member of the Greenhill Capital Partners investment committee and is a Managing Director of GCP Capital Partners. Mr. Gutin joined Greenhill Capital Partners in 2003. Mr. Gutin has over 15 years of private equity investment experience, with the majority of his private equity experience as an investment professional at Greenhill Capital Partners, joining shortly after its founding. Prior to joining Greenhill Capital Partners, from 1996 to 1999, Mr. Gutin was in the principal investment area (merchant banking) and leveraged finance group of Goldman, Sachs & Co. From 1999 to 2001, Mr. Gutin was an Associate at American Securities Capital Partners, a middle-market private equity fund. Mr. Gutin has been a member of the investment team of approximately 15 completed private equity investments. Mr. Gutin focuses on financial services, financial technology and outsourced business services. Mr. Gutin is currently a Director of TransFast, ClearView Risk, Eastern Virginia Bank, First Mariner Bank, and is a board observer on Zeta Interactive and Structured Asset Holdings. He was formerly a director of Acrisure Insurance, Ironshore, Continental Bank and Hercules Offshore. Mr. Gutin is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and Harvard Business School.

Sarah Hodkinson

Sarah Hodkinson has 20 years of marketing leadership experience and recently joined Tripadvisor as VP of Marketing. Previously, Sarah spent 5 years as Senior Director, Marketing at PayPal, focused on driving US consumer acquisition and engagement and forging strategic co-marketing partnerships. A passionate advocate for diversity in innovation and tech, Sarah attended the White House LGBT Innovation Summit, formerly served on the Board of Directors for and has spoken at events including Lesbians Who Tech and LBGT Week NYC. Sarah has also served as a mentor in the eBay Women in Technology program and was recently honored at VC firm, Accomplice’s RevBoston event as one of the Top 20 Women in Tech. Originally from the UK, Sarah graduated from Lancaster University with a BA Honors in 1996, and later that year, qualified for MENSA membership. She is an active angel investor through both the Gaiangels Syndicate and the WHERE Angels fund.

Bradford Kopp

Bradford Kopp is an independent advisor in the financial services industry, a position he has held since 2012. Mr. Kopp has held several executive officer positions at large financial institutions including serving from 2010 to 2012 as President and Chief Executive Officer at Bank of N.T. Butterfield and Son Limited. Mr. Kopp also served from 2007 to 2009 as Head of Strategy and Corporate Development at RBS America, and previously served as Group Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Head of Strategy at Citizens Financial Group, Inc. Mr. Kopp received his undergraduate degree from Harvard College and his MBA from Harvard Business School. Mr. Kopp currently serves as a member of the board of directors of TGR Financial Inc/First Florida Integrity Bank. He previously served on the boards of Bank of N.T. Butterfield and Son Limited, Certus Holdings/Certus Bank (Chairman), Providence Mutual Fire Insurance Company, FNBNY Bancorp, Inc. and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island. Mr. Kopp also serves on the board of the Museum of American Finance in New York and has previously served on numerous other community boards including Family Service of Rhode Island, Rhode Island Foundation Finance Committee, Rhode Island Public Expenditures Council, and Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission.

Robert Kozik

Robert Kozik is retired partner at KPMG LLP. During Mr. Kozik’s 38 year career at KPMG LLP he served as the head for the company’s Tax Risk Division in the Northeast Region as well as the partner in charge of the tax practice in New England and Upstate New York. Mr. Kozik received his undergraduate degree from Providence College and his master’s degree from Bryant College. He currently serves on the board of a not-for-profit entity, Cummaquid Golf Club.

Lisa Lopez

Lisa Lopez retired in 2011 as Vice President of Corporate Affairs at Haemonetics Corp., a publicly traded global medical devices company, where she was responsible for overseeing world-wide legal affairs, external affairs and environmental health and safety. Previously at Haemonetics, she was responsible for investor relations, quality, regulatory, medical and clinical affairs as well as human resources. Ms. Lopez began her career as General Counsel at Haemonetics in 1988, after spending nine years as a litigator in private legal practice at Sullivan & Worcester LLP in Boston, Massachusetts. Ms. Lopez received her undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University and her J.D. from Yale Law School. She currently serves on the Board of Trustees of Cathedral High School, the national advisory board of the National Policy Research Center for Women & Families and the Canton Community Preservation Committee. She has previously served on the not-for-profit boards of MassMedic, Employability and the New England Legal Foundation.

Jack Surgent

Jack Surgent, CPA is a graduate of Villanova University with an undergraduate degree in accounting and a Master’s degree in Taxation. He is the founding member of GMS Surgent a thirty five person CPA firm. Mr. Surgent is also founder and Chairman of Surgent Professional Education, one of the largest providers of continuing professional education to CPA's in the country. Mr. Surgent is a recognized expert in taxation and financial planning and has personally taught over 150,000 CPA's over the last 30 years. Mr. Surgent recognized a shared need for better banking and as a result established Continental Bank in 2005 with the goal of providing quality banking for likeminded members of the local business community.

Rob Usdan

Rob Usdan is a Co-Founder and Principal of The Endicott Group, a private investment and advisory firm specializing in the financial services industry. Prior to founding Endicott in 1996, Mr. Usdan was an Associate Director at Sandler O’Neill & Partners, L.P. Mr. Usdan currently serves on the Board of Directors of American Business Bank. Mr. Usdan received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia.

Kirk Wycoff

Kirk Wycoff is the Managing Partner of Patriot Financial Partners and has more than 25 years of entrepreneurial banking experience. He served as Chairman, President and CEO of Continental Bank from its inception in 2005 through its sale in 2014. Mr. Wycoff also served on the investment committee of NewSpring Ventures (which he co-founded in 1999) and NewSpring Mezzanine Fund.Mr. Wycoff was Chairman and CEO of Progress Financial Corp. from July 1991 to April 2004, where he was responsible for building a small local bank into one of the Philadelphia area's top community banks. During his more than 12 years with Progress, the bank grew from $280 million in assets and seven offices, to more than $1.2 billion in assets and 21 offices. Prior to leading Progress Bank, Mr. Wycoff served as Chairman and CEO of Crusader Savings Bank, a Philadelphia community bank which he transformed into a profitable mortgage lender. He also held senior level positions with Girard Bank, Philadelphia Savings Fund Society and Reliance Insurance Company.Mr. Wycoff earned his BA degree in Business Administration from Franklin & Marshall College. As an active member of the community, Mr. Wycoff serves on the Board of Directors of the Lincoln Center in Bridgeport, PA which helps to provide alternative education programs for troubled youth and also helps families with life transitions.