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Vermont Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce the hire of Peter Winch as the new Director of Marketing.

I am honored and thrilled to have the opportunity to follow in Jen’s footsteps and serve as the new Executive Director of Vermont Works for Women. From the moment I learned of VWW, I was ignited by the ambitious mission, successful programs, and the leading role VWW plays in advancing opportunities for women and girls!

The Brattleboro Retreat is pleased to announce the appointment of David Burke as the hospital’s new chief financial officer (CFO). He takes the place of Arthur Nichols who recently retired.

ReArch Company is thrilled to announce that we have hired Trevor Marcy as a Project Engineer II. In his new position, Trevor will be responsible for maintaining project documents and communicating documentation to project team members, he will maintain project schedules and control the flow of information to and from the field staff and the design team.

Howard Center is pleased to announce that on January 1, 2020, Howard Center’s Chief Medical Officer, Sandra Steingard, MD, will become the Editor-in-Chief of the Community Mental Health Journal published by Springer. The Community Mental Health Journal is the official journal of the American Association for Community Psychiatry (AACP). Dr.

NBT Bank announced the promotion of Ronald (Wayne) Hickey to Business Banking Officer. Hickey is based at NBT’s Vermont Regional Office located at 150 Bank Street, Burlington, VT. Hickey has more than 12 years of experience in the financial services industry and joined NBT in 2015. Prior to his promotion, he was Branch Manager at NBT’s Rutland Office.

Dr. Bradley Alan Berryhill, Community Health Medical Director, is recipient of the 2020 AANP Advocate State Award for Excellence. “This prestigious award is given annually to a dedicated advocate in each state who has made a significant contribution toward increasing the awareness and recognition of nurse practitioners,” said Sophia L.

Norwich University announced the promotion of Mark Sullivan to associate vice president overseeing marketing and enrollment management at the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) Monday, Nov 11.

Next Stage Arts Project announced it has hired Keith Marks to be the next Executive Director following a nationwide search. He will assume leadership of the Putney, Vermont-based nonprofit presenting arts organization in January of 2020.

Eric Sturm, AIA, LEED AP, formerly of Bread Loaf Corporation, has joined Maclay Architects in Waitsfield, VT. Sturm, a Senior Project Manager in the firm, brings more than two decades of experience to Maclay’s commercial, institutional, and residential design teams.

Mark Ackerly has joined New England Federal Credit Union (NEFCU) as Chief Information Officer (CIO).

Eight nurses at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center (SVMC) received funds from the SVHC Foundation in support of their continuing education efforts. The funds were provided to the Foundation by the Helen Dixon Kunzelmann Nurse Scholar Program, the Margaret M. Rehm Nurse Scholar Program, and donations for nursing education.

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