Franklin Pierce University Board Of Trustees Announces New Member
Mar 4, 2022
The Franklin Pierce University Board of Trustees announces the appointment of new member Nick Soggu, President and CEO of SilverTech, Inc. and CEO of Pannos Marketing.
“On behalf of the entire University, I am pleased to welcome Mr. Soggu to our Board of Trustees,” said President Kim Mooney. “We are fortunate to have a leader in technology innovation and digital design as we continue to differentiate ourselves as an institution that meets the needs of our rapidly changing world.”
Mr. Soggu has distinguished himself as a leader in digital marketing and advertising. In 1996, Mr. Soggu founded SilverTech, Inc., a full-service digital marketing and web development agency that works with major brands in financial services, utilities, higher education, tourism, government and other industries. Headquartered in Manchester, N.H. with an office in Indianapolis, Indiana, SilverTech has won numerous awards for its web development and digital transformation work.
Mr. Soggu currently serves as President and CEO of SilverTech, Inc. and as CEO of Pannos Marketing, a strategic marketing agency for financial institutions. Committed to the growth of New Hampshire’s economy, he is an advocate for the role higher education plays in the state’s economic, social and cultural well-being. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the SEE Science Center and has previously served on the boards of several local and state organizations, including the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, the Manchester Development Corporation, the Manchester Young Professionals Network, the Palace Theatre, Northeast Delta Dental, and the American Red Cross.
Board Chair Frederick W. Pierce IV said, “We are pleased to welcome Mr. Soggu to the Franklin Pierce University Board of Trustees. His background in digital marketing and technology innovation will undoubtedly bolster the University’s commitment to distinguishing itself as it relates to innovations in program development and delivery.”
A resident of Bedford, N.H., Mr. Soggu earned his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Merrimack College in North Andover, MA and his master’s in the same discipline from the University of New Hampshire.