Hires, promotions, appointments

Tony DiSotto, Key Private Bank market leader, has been appointed market president for Maine, succeeding Chip Kelley, who will retire at the end of November.  DiSotto, who will continue to lead KeyBank’s wealth management teams in Maine and Vermont, will oversee and coordinate go-to market strategy across the company’s various lines of business and serve as the face and voice of Key in Maine. DiSotto’s community involvement includes serving as board treasurer for Milestone Recovery, board president for Scarborough Youth Football and campaign cabinet member for United Way of Southern Maine and as a volunteer with Scarborough Little League.



Margo Walsh, founder and CEO of MaineWorks, has received Northern Light Mercy Hospital’s 2022 Forsley Award, which recognizes remarkable leaders and advocates who work to better the community with a focus on neighbors in need. Through her staffing company, Walsh has worked to support recovery and transition in the workforce. The annual award is named in honor Forsely, a longtime champion of Gary’s House, a Mercy Hospital program that provides a home away from home for families with loved ones receiving care at health care facilities in Portland.