Winter Holben architecture & design welcomes five members to its team
Winter Holben architecture & design has announced the following new recruits.
Emily wiggin joins the company as vice president of marketing and operations. Wiggin brings over 20 years of experience in organizations ranging from small manufacturing to mid-size retail to the global Fortune 100.
Zacharie Smith was hired as the project architect. Smith brings over 15 years of experience working with mixed-use developments and high-end hospitality projects.
Georges brown was hired as a senior experience designer. Brown brings more than two decades of experience helping national and regional clients express their brand through environmental and experiential graphics programs.
Douglas schmidt was hired as a designer. Schmidt brings nearly 10 years of cross-functional and architectural experience in graphic design, marketing content development, and project support.
Marissa ellis joined the company as an operations specialist. Ellis brings his experience in the construction and financial services industries.
Fontaine family – The real estate leader has announced the addition of LeAnn McNally to his Auburn team. McNally joins the agency with his commercial agent license.
Gorham Savings Bank has hired Brian robinson as first vice-president, director of human resources. Robinson, of Yarmouth, was until recently Director of Talent Strategy and Deputy Title IX Coordinator at Bowdoin College.
St. Germain has announced two new recruits.
Camden mcfadden joined the company as an environmental field technician. He will work closely with environmental scientists at St. Germain to monitor groundwater at aggregate sites and manage field activities during Phase II of soil removal and remediation projects.
Christina walls was hired as an office administrator. Prior to joining the firm, Walls worked as a senior administrative partner for a financial consulting firm.
The Northern Light Mercy Hospital has announced that it has hired the following vendors.
Abigail Sedenka, Au.D. joined Northern Light Mercy Ear, Nose & Throat Care. Prior to joining Mercy, she was a clinical audiologist at InterMed, PA in Portland.
Eliot DeSilva, MD, joined as medical director of hospital medicine. Dr DeSilva was previously Medical Director of Quality and Patient Safety at Exeter Hospital in New Hampshire.
Ryan trosper, PA-C, joined the Northern Light Mercy Pain Center. Trosper was previously a full-time family medicine provider at Greater Portland Health and a per diem provider for Northern Light Mercy Walk-In Care. Trosper is a member of the Maine Opioid Clinical Advisory Committee and the Maine Association of Physician Assistants.
Central Maine Power appointed Peter C. Cohen as vice-president, regulation. Cohen, of Cumberland, is a 17-year veteran of the CMP regulatory staff. He joined Avangrid Networks in Maine in 2004 as Head of Regulatory Economics. Most recently, he served as Senior Director, Regulation, leading over 20 CMP professionals in regulatory analysis, compliance filings and other activities.
The Maine Council of Churches has appointed Rev. Jane field to hold the position of full-time executive director. Field, who has served as a part-time executive director for the past six years, brings over 30 years of ordained ministry and nonprofit leadership experience. She holds master’s degrees in theology and public policy studies.
APPOINTMENTS TO THE BOARD
Androscoggin Bank announced the appointment of Dajuan Eubanks to its board of directors. Eubanks is vice president of the Boston Celtics and president of the Maine Celtics. He has been with the organization since its inception in 2009. Eubanks is also a board member of the Maine State Community Chamber, the Boys and Girls Club of Southern Maine, the Portland Community Chamber, the USM Foundation, and is a co-founder of Blue Wave Basketball.
The Immigrant Rights Advocacy Project Named Alicia Curtis, Esq. as the new chairman of the board of directors. Curtis is a lawyer with Berman & Simmons in Lewiston and has been a volunteer lawyer on the ILAP Pro Bono Panel since 2015. She has also helped many asylum seekers and won several immigration court victories. . She joined the board of directors in 2017.
AWARDS and RECOGNITION
Dr Grace Valenzuela, Executive Director of Communications and Community Partnerships for Portland Public Schools, was selected by the Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine as the recipient of the 2021 Gerda Haas Award for Excellence in Human Rights Education and Leadership.
The Maine Natural Resources Council has awarded the following conservation leadership awards.
Ivan Fernandez, from Orono, a professor at the University of Maine, has been recognized for his leadership as one of Maine’s top climatologists. He sits on the Maine Climate Council.
Laura Marston, owner of a small business in South Portland, was recognized for advocating for new ways to reduce waste and encourage reuse in her business and throughout the community.
John banks, from Orono, received a Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to the protection of natural resources on behalf of the Penobscot Nation.
Sam saltonstall, from Brunswick, received the Audience Award for her advocacy for energy efficiency, renewable energies and climate change mitigation.