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Stanley Valles, the new director of public safety at Saint Michael’s College since early August, has over 25 years of experience in law enforcement and public safety.

The Vermont Food Hub Collaborative L3C, dba Vermont Way Foods (VWF) has hired Matt Landi as Director of Brand and Business Development. Landi will launch the VWF brand and build demand through strategic market development.

Vermont State Treasurer Beth Pearce announced today the appointment of Premila Peters to the Capital Debt Affordability Advisory Committee (CDAAC). Ms. Peters’ appointment began August 23, 2021.

Leading New England renewable energy developer, Green Lantern Solar, is pleased to announce that Hank Fleury has joined the team as Construction & Operations Coordinator.

Sarah Freeman has been appointed Director of Exhibitions of the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center (BMAC). In her new role, Freeman will oversee the artistic and curatorial facets of the Museum’s contemporary art exhibitions.

Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty is pleased to announce that Patti Leonard has joined the company’s South Burlington, Vermont office as a REALTOR®.

The City of South Burlington is pleased to announce that Colin K. McNeil, Esq.

While trying to figure out a career direction in college, Susan Thievon had a meeting with a nurse practitioner. That encounter led Thievon on a path that now continues as a nurse practitioner in primary care at Gifford’s Bethel Health Center.

“I just had a positive experience through my education,” Thievon said. “That just kept me going.”

The Vermont Communications Union Districts Association (VCUDA) welcomes Will Anderson of Montpelier as its first employee, with the title of Interim Program Coordinator.

Daniel Jacobs of Burlington has joined Northeast Benefits Management, LLC (NBM) as a partner, bringing a background in consumer-driven health care that strengthens the South Burlington firm in its delivery of consulting and related services in employee benefit administration.

Peter Sterling joined Renewable Energy Vermont as Interim Executive Director this week. Over his career, Peter has established himself as an effective advocate on a range of issues including access to affordable health care, protection of our natural resources, and promoting economic justice.

The Vermont State Police has expanded its ability to provide victim services to Vermont community members with the hiring of Amy Farr, MSW, as a victim services specialist.

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