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Scott Hadley CLU ChFC, of Hadley FInancial Group, has qualified for the Million Dollar Round Table’s 2019 “Court of the Table”. MDRT is the Premier Association of Financial Professionals, achieving Court of the Table status places Hadley among the top professionals in the global life insurance and financial services industry.

Catherine Lange and Josh Crandall have been appointed as Associate Principals of the Vermont architecture firm Freeman French Freeman. They join Jesse Beck, Alex Halpern and Shawn Brennan to become the fifth generation of owners at the 82-year-old firm.

C2 (Competitive Computing), a leading Vermont-based technology consulting firm is excited to announce the following additions to their team to support ongoing growth:

Sivan Cotel of Vergennes, VT has joined the University of Vermont Health Network Board of Trustees. He is Co-Founder and Director of Operations for Stonecutter Spirits in Middlebury and serves as Chair of the Board of Directors at UVM Health Network – Porter Medical Center.

Ashley Maxfield is a former athlete on both the Freeskiing World Tour and Freeride World Tour. She grew up skiing in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, where she raced both Nordic and alpine until she was 13. While attending Burke Mountain Academy she focused on alpine and fell in love with the adrenaline and raced through college.

Award-winning journalist Courtney Lamdin is joining the Seven Days news team as a reporter covering the city of Burlington. The native Vermonter has been working at local newspapers since she graduated with a B.A. in journalism from Saint Michael’s College in 2009.

The University of Vermont Medical Center is pleased to announce that Kristen Olsen Campbell has accepted a full-time position as an Audiologist at the Audiology Center at the Fanny Allen Campus.  She comes to us from New Jersey. She graduated from Montclair State University with her ScD and received her Bachelor’s degree from Loyola College in Baltimore, Maryland.

Homewood Suites by Hilton, part of Hilton's (NYSE: HLT) All Suites portfolio, recently recognized John Cammarano at Homewood Suites by Hilton Burlington as a recipient of the General Manager of the Year Award of Merit, and Homewood Suites Burlington as the Connie Pride Merit Award winner for their outstanding achievements during the past year.  The property, which is owned and managed by Larkin

Stone Environmental, a national leader in GIS-based spatial analysis and web application development, is excited to announce the promotion of Barbara Patterson to Service Line Lead of Stone’s Geospatial & Data Solutions team. “We are thrilled to advance someone as talented as Barb,” said John Hanzas, Stone’s president. “Barb has been instrumental to Stone’s success.

Emily Hutchison, MEd, recently joined Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital (NVRH) as the health system’s new director of development. Hutchison, who brings more than three decades of non-profit leadership and fundraising experience to the role, is responsible for supporting the health system’s philanthropic mission and strategic needs through fundraising efforts.

Four public trustees have been appointed to the UVM Board of Trustees. The board also added a new student trustee. Three legislative trustees were elected to six year terms by the Vermont General Assembly.

The Vermont Youth Conservation Corps (VYCC) is excited to announce the hiring of key new leadership roles. Susie Walsh Daloz, VYCC’s new Food and Farm Program Director. In this leadership role, Ms. Walsh Daloz will oversee all farm operations, partnerships, and programming. “I am thrilled to be joining VYCC.