People In The News
Renewable Energy Vermont (REV), the only business trade association focused specifically on the advancement of renewable energy sources deployment, announced today the selection of Gabrielle Stebbins as the organization’s new executive director at the annual membership meeting hosted by cow power supporter, Long Trail Brewery. On the anniversary of REV’s 10th year, Stebbins steps in as the new director to lead the renewable business trade association in what is a very active time for the renewable energy economy in Vermont.
C2, also known as Competitive Computing, a technology consulting firm located in Colchester announced the addition of the following employee:
Casey Cleary, Business Analyst will work on various projects within the eBusiness & Web Solutions teams. Casey previously held technical and QA positions with Berkshire Life and Bernstein Display, and holds an MBA from Norwich University.
Faith Brown, former CEO of the Vermont Community Foundation and resident of Underhill, Vermont, joined the Goddard College staff as Chief Finance and Administration Officer on Tuesday, July 5, 2011. Brown replaces former CFO Bob Kenny who served the College for two years before recently returning to teaching at St. Michael’s College.
- Richard I. Rothstein, MD, named interim Chair of Medicine at Dartmouth Medical School and Dartmouth-Hitchcock
Gastroenterologist Richard I. Rothstein, MD has been named interim Chair of Medicine at Dartmouth Medical School and Dartmouth-Hitchcock. Rothstein, currently the Chief of the Section of Gastroenterology and Hepatology and a professor of medicine and of surgery at Dartmouth Medical School, will serve during the transition to a new permanent chair. He will succeed Dr. Murray Korc, who will step down after eight years as chair of medicine. Dr. Rothstein’s appointment takes effect August 1.
Dr. Matthew Rapp is a recent addition to the CVMC Hospitalist Team. Originally from northern Virginia, he received his BS, Cum Laude from Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania and his MS in Human Genetics from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Medical School and internship were at George Washington University School of Medicine and Medical Center. Dr. Rapp’s residency was at the University of Vermont/Fletcher Allen Health Care in Burlington.
Craig Bailey of Winooski has joined the team at Montpelier electronic marketing and advertising firm Signal as a Web Developer. Bailey helps build and maintain Signal's portfolio of advanced Web sites for clients that include Smugglers' Notch Resort, Cabot Cheese, Agri-Mark, Central Vermont Medical Center and many others.
- Citizens Bank Vermont names MaryBeth DeFalco as new business banking officer in Upper Valley and Rutland/West
Citizens Bank has hired MaryBeth DeFalco as business banking officer in the Upper Valley and Rutland/West markets in New Hampshire and Vermont. She is responsible for overseeing the development of new and existing relationships with business customers, consulting with business owners to identify banking needs and working with business banking officers and branch staff to provide quality customer service. Her market area includes the towns of Lebanon, West Lebanon, and Hanover, N.H., and White River Junction, Woodstock, Rutland, Castleton, West Pawlet, and Poultney,Vt.
Kelliher Samets Volk, a marketing communications firm with locations in Burlington, Vt., Boston and New York, welcomes two new employees to its Burlington office.
Alex Brady took a full time position with Lund Family Center as their Event and Volunteer coordinator in March 2011. Alex interned during his Senior Spring semester while studying at the University of Vermont. He graduated from the UVM School of Business in 2010.
Deborah Mackin, principle consultant at New Directions Consulting, Inc. and author of the team-building tool kit series, including The Team-Building Tool Kit, Second Edition in 2007 (AMACOM), recently published Building a Process-Efficiency Mindset in Pharmafocus Magazine’s June edition.