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The Vermont Technology Alliance, the business association representing Vermont’s tech sector, announces the recent addition of new board members  New members joining the Vermont Technology Alliance Board of Directors are:

Camp Thorpe (www.campthorpe.org), now in its 92nd season of providing a fun and safe summer camp experience for children and adults with special needs from throughout Vermont, has hired a new Executive Director, Heather Moore of Burlington, starting June 17th.

The Journalism Education Foundation of New England, a division of the New England Newspaper & Press Association, has announced the recipients of their 2019 scholarships. This year, $2,000 scholarships will be awarded to four collegiate students and one high school student. The Vermont winners are Alexandre Silberman of Burlington and Sarah Asch of Middlebury.

The Robert Frost Stone House Museum, which recently reopened for its second season under Bennington College’s stewardship, has appointed Erin McKenny as

Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice (CVHHH) welcomes Pat McDonald, of Berlin, as Honorary Chair of its annual spring appeal. This is one of two solicitations that are sent out every year. As a not-for-profit, CVHHH is driven by a mission to care for every person who needs it, regardless of ability to pay.

Windham Grows, a project of Strolling of the Heifers, Inc., is the recipient of the Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility (VBSR) Innovation and Inspiration Award. Orly Munzing, founder of Strolling of the Heifers, will accept the award at the 18th Annual VBSR Awards Ceremony and Dinner in September.

The Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce (OVRCC) recently announced the launch of a new full-color lifestyle magazine to reach the destination travel and aspirational living market.

Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty is pleased to announce that Scott Harding has joined the company’s Rutland, Vermont, office as a Sales Associate. As a native of New England, Scott has embraced the outdoor recreational lifestyle while balancing work and raising a family here in Vermont.

The Board of Directors of Girls on the Run Vermont announced that Rachel Desautels has been named executive director, effective October 1. She will succeed Nancy Heydinger, who has been executive director since bringing the organization to Vermont in 1999.

C2 (Competitive Computing), a leading Vermont-based technology consulting firm is excited to announce multiple promotions of key leaders within the company in the wake of continued growth and success. Cady Goudreau has been promoted to Sales Operations & Resourcing Manager. Cady joined C2 in 2011 and most recently served as Senior Consultant.

Who better to tell the Vermont story and speak of Vermont opportunities than a 5th generation native Vermonter! Jax Willey has transformed her Vermont based executive search and technical recruiting agency from working primarily with global clients such as Deloitte to one that focuses on helping strengthen Vermont businesses by providing critical engineering and management talent.

Renewable Energy Vermont (REV) is proud to announce that Sarah Tewksbury recently joined the team as Communications and Operations Associate. “Renewable energy goals set in the Vermont statutes are ambitious but are not unachievable. I’m excited to use my skills to participate and work towards reaching those goals,” said Sarah. “I’m thrilled to be in my new role at REV.”

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