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Community National Bank (CNB) President Stephen P. Marsh recently announced the promotion of Heather Bradley to Vice President and Commercial Lender. Heather joined CNB in 2010 as a Residential Lender, and shortly after, joined the commercial lending team to serve Lamoille County and the surrounding areas. In 2013, Bradley was promoted to Assistant Vice President and Commercial Lender.
Governor Peter Shumlin has reappointed Eileen Boland of Wheelock to serve on the Vermont Commission on Women (VCW).
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights has appointed Tom Little, vice president and general counsel of the Vermont Student Assistance Corp., to its Vermont State Advisory Committee.
The Burlington Board of School Commissioners has appointed Stephanie Phillips to serve as acting superintendent. Phillips, the district’s director of curriculum, replaces outgoing Superintendent Jeanné Collins, who is stepping down effective June 30.
Each year it is an honor for North Country Hospital’s scholarship committee to review the applicants and make selections based on each student’s essays, transcripts, extra-curricular activities, as well as need.
Burlington announced its long-time Executive Director, Pam Fenimore, has left the organization. The Charity is forming a search committee to find new leadership.
Matrix Marketing Group, LLC today announced that it opened a new office this week in Colchester, Vermont to expand its geographic reach and work closely with Vermont-based accounts.
Crystal Blamy joins the Winston Prouty Center for Child Development as a full-time coordinator/ case manager in its Family Supportive Housing Program. In this position, Blamy will be helping families who are homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness secure and maintain stable housing.
The Town of Hartford recently held a ground breaking ceremony for renovations of the Hartford Municipal Building, located at 171 Bridge Street in White River Junction. Bread Loaf Corporation of Middlebury, Vermont is providing Integrated Project Management services for design and construction of a complete renovation of existing Town offices housed in the19th century school building.
Dr. Richard Galbraith has been appointed vice president for research at the University of Vermont. He is currently a professor of medicine and interim senior associate dean for research in the College of Medicine and director of the Vermont Center for Clinical and Translational Science.
A world-renowned fighting force and a small Vermont Catholic liberal arts college might seem at first to have little in common, but Marine General Joseph Dunford ’77 proudly and fondly identifies with both.
Mercy Connections has announced the addition of a talented and passionate professional to their team. Anne Lezak joins Mercy Connections as their Director of Education and Transition Programs. She has been a volunteer tutor in their Education and Transition programs and is delighted to join the staff, “I am so fortunate to join the talented Mercy Connections team.