NEW YORK - Two top executives from an African-American-owned bank in Boston have finally won seats on the board of Carver Bancorp.

Carver said Monday that it has agreed to appoint Kevin Cohee and his wife, Teri Williams, to its board. Mr. Cohee is chairman and chief executive officer at $138 million-asset Boston Bank of Commerce, and Ms. Williams is senior vice president.

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