The Burlington School District (BSD) has announced changes to personnel positions within the District. Burlington High School (BHS) Principal Tracy Racicot will take over as the Director of Burlington Technical Center (BTC), a position she held previously. After two years in leadership positions within the District, Noel Green, currently Assistant Principal of BHS, will take over the BHS helm as Interim Principal. The changes will take place over this summer break.
Vermont Business Magazine Fernando Cresta from Nedde Real Estate represented the seller, Marshall Realty, LLC, in the sale of 3.0 acres of land located at Production Park on Marshall Avenue.
Marissa Landry of OneDigital Health and Benefits has recently earned her Producers License. She is licensed to sell Accident, Health, and Life Insurance in the State of Vermont. She has worked at OneDigital since June 2017, following her graduation from Saint Michael’s College where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Political Science. Marissa is a Client Service Specialist at OneDigital, responsible for client communication and coordination of benefit implementation and operations.
SVHC Foundation Northshire Regional Advisory Board welcomes two new members: Julie Citron and Carol Patterson. Julie Citron worked in sales and marketing at a large financial firm in Boston before moving to Dorset full time in 2003. She and her husband Dave have been selling real estate in Manchester for more than a decade. Julie enjoys volunteering in the schools, participating with the Dorset Players, and as a member of the Dorset Church.
Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice (CVHHH) welcomed two new board members, Eric Quintin of Barre and Paulette Thabault of South Burlington, VT, at its Annual Meeting in April. Eric Quintin, PsyD, QMHP, is the Director of Case Management for Washington County Mental Health Services. He has worked as a clinician and therapist, with a specialty in schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders, for the past 15 years.
Merritt & Merritt is pleased to announce that H. Kenneth Merritt, Jr. has been listed in this year’s Chambers USA. Chambers writes: Kenneth Merritt leads the transactional corporate practice at Merritt & Merritt. He is knowledgeable about the formation and governance of a range of businesses and financial institutions, and also regularly handles securities transactions. “He's good at entrepreneur work,” say sources, explaining: “He's very good if you are a company trying to raise money.”
The Vermont Retail & Grocers Association (VRGA) is proud to announce their 2018 scholarship recipients. Over thirty applicants applied for ten scholarships, seven of which are based on financial need and merit and three of which are based on merit alone. Applicants must be affiliated with a VRGA member in Vermont and be a graduating high school senior planning to attend an accredited two or four year postsecondary school.
The 2018 merit winners are:
Employer: Boston Post Dairy, Enosburg Falls
In an environment that proves ever more challenging to recruit previously trained, experienced assemblers, technicians and machine operators, Mack Molding has developed an internal core competency training program to help the Company keep pace with the increasingly technical needs of its customers. Launched in 2016, the Mack U program looks within Mack’s own team for excellence, tapping into the expertise of veteran Mack employees to develop courses on topics like customer communication, electrostatic discharge and wiring assemblies.
Mack Molding, which is experiencing the most significant increase in customer activity in the past decade, has announced additions to its Vermont and South Carolina teams as the Company looks to drive continued growth across the organization. “Our customers rely on us to stay ahead of industry trends and market changes,” said Mack Molding President Jeff Somple. “We do that by investing in new technology, advancing our existing team’s skills through training and by attracting top talent to bring new perspectives and capabilities to our organization.
Mack Molding, a leading custom plastics molder and supplier of contract manufacturing services, announced today additions to its senior staff with the appointments of Jessica Fredette as director of human resources and Joe Prandini as director of information technology. Both Fredette and Prandini have responsibilities for the Northern Division, reporting directly to President Jeff Somple.