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The Board of Directors of Superior Technical Ceramics (STC) today announced John Goodrich has been named President, effective October 1st.  He will take up the role as Richard Feeser embraces retirement, having served a distinguished 32-year career with Superior Technical Ceramics.

The Snelling Center for Government is pleased to announce the Vermont Leadership Institute Class of 2018. The Class of 2018 is comprised of 23 associates from across the state who represent a wide variety of organizations from the public, private and non-profit sectors:

Sarah Amos, St Johnsbury, Catamount Arts

Alexandra Bergeron, Williamstown, Vermont State Colleges

PT360 has two new employees at their employee-owned physical therapy cooperative with 17 owners. Hillary Keating, DPT, joined the team at PT360’s Shelburne location and at the Williston location, Katie Pontbriand has joined PT360 as a Billing Specialist.

Vermont Learning-Support Initiative (VLSI) announces that Mary Cotton, a speech and language pathologist, has joined its Board of Directors. “Mary brings a tremendously positive attitude and professional expertise from her work with students who learn differently,” said Bradford Smith, VLSI founder and director.

Six attorneys at Langrock Sperry & Wool, LLP have been named to the New England Super Lawyers list, ranking among the top attorneys in Vermont for 2017.

Northern Vermont University-Johnson Associate Dean of Enrollment Penny Howrigan has received the Carolyn Donahue Friend of Equal Opportunity Education Award, given by the Vermont Educational Opportunity Programs (VEOP) organization.

Ben and Jerry’s staff choose and present Local Hero awards to individuals in their home communities who, through a one time or long term act, embodies the core principles of Vermont Manufacturing including Linked Prosperity, Social Justice, and Community Service.

Michael Healy has become the newest member of the Board of Directors for the nonprofit Stern Center for Language and Learning. His formal induction was on October 19 during the group’s Annual Meeting, which was held this year at the Catamount Country Club.

Vermont Information Technology Leaders, Inc (VITL) has named Jonathan Bowley as its new programmer analyst. As part of the operations team, he will perform system analysis and design, and develop, maintain, test and document software for use within VITL. He will also assist in system selections, installations and provide technical support.

Vermont’s Killington Resort, the largest ski and snowboard destination in Eastern North America and part of the POWDR adventure lifestyle company, welcomes new talented leaders who hail from Vermont and invites interested candidates to apply at job fairs on Oct 25 and Nov 4 at the Vermont Department of Labor Fall Career Fair.

Matthew Habedank of Northwestern Counseling & Support Services (NCSS) received the 2017 Ed Sbardellati Award for Excellence and Innovation in School Based Mental Health Services, also known as the Eddie.

NG Advantage LLC, which is majority-owned by Clean Energy Fuels (NASDAQ:CLNE), is pleased to announce that William Hill has joined the company as Chief Financial Officer, continuing nearly 30 years of senior financial management to companies throughout Vermont, from banking and manufacturing to outdoor equipment and craft beer.

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