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Champlain College Online, a leader in career-focused adult higher education, today announced the appointment of Gabriel Clevenger as assistant vice president of enrollment management.
The Center for Women & Enterprise Vermont (CWEVT) is pleased to announce the creation of its Advisory Board.
For the sixth consecutive year, Blake Hill Preserves has created some of the top scoring products from over 2,000 entries to the US Good Food Awards. Particularly exciting this year, their two top scoring entries are from Blake Hill’s latest new offerings created for the modern pantry.
Liquid Measurement Systems, Inc (LMS) CEO Scott Fewell announced today that Gregory Maguire has joined the company in the newly-created role of Director of Acquisitions and Strategic Initiatives.
The Stern Center for Language and Learning named three directors to its core programs.
Vermont Adult Learning, a private nonprofit providing basic skills instruction, high school completion, transition to college and career services free of charge to any Vermont resident aged over 16 years, and English language instruction for New Americans, is pleased to announce the appointment of Botur Kosimov, as new staff accountant.
Julie Bowyer of CTM Media Group in Proctorsville was recently selected as the Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce (OVRCC) December 2018 Member of the Month.
Sanborn Head is pleased to announce seven new shareholders in the firm. “By purchasing Sanborn Head stock, these leaders are investing in their own careers,” said Barret Cole, President and Chief Operating Officer. “They are also investing in the future success of the company.”
Attorneys Grant M Binder, Kathryn M Foley and William L.“Trey” Martin have been named directors of the northern New England law firm Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC. They were elected at the firm’s annual meeting in December and became directors of the firm on January 1. Binder and Foley are resident in the firm’s Burlington office. Martin practices from the firm’s Montpelier office.
Burlington Business Association (BBA), a non-profit trade organization whose mission is to steward and promote Burlington’s economic vitality, is pleased to announce the hiring of Alex Bunten as special projects manager.
The Milton Artists’ Guild Board of Directors is pleased to announce their new Executive Director, Jessie Swétel. Since the Milton Artists’ Guild opened its Art Center and Gallery on April 1, 2017, growth in sales and attendance has been outstanding. Membership is up 100% and sales are up 60%. For over one year, the MAG organization ran solely on member volunteer time.
The Alzheimer’s Association is pleased to announce Diane and Thomas Leavitt, President of Northfield Savings Bank, will be honored with the Community Leadership & Activist Award on Thursday, April 18, 2019 at the 10th Annual Reason to Hope Dinner at the Hilton Burlington.