The R.H. White Companies in Auburn has hired Kimberly A. Dunn of Ludlow as director of human resources. She will be responsible for human resources at the company's four locations in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Ms. Dunn holds a bachelor's degree in business management from Lesley University. She is a member of the Society of Human Resources Managers and the Employers Association of New England.
The Training Associates, a staffing and consulting services company in Westboro, has announced the hiring of two new employees. Richard G. Shulman of Franklin will be manager of strategic partnerships and Stephanie M. Orsi of Southbridge will be the associate client representative. Mr. Shulman has more than 25 years experience in the contract employee business. He will be focusing on the development of major strategic global accounts. Ms. Orsi was lead instructor to train pharmacists and pharmacy technicians on new and updated software. She has more than seven years' experience as a trainer.
Davis Advertising has hired three new employees. Chris Corbett of Mendon will be online strategist. He is a graduate of Mount Wachusett Community College and has worked for Monster.com, TJX Companies and Information USA. Alana White of Grafton will be a graphic designer. She is an Endicott College graduate with a degree in visual communications. Travis Spiva of Knoxville, Tenn., will be an account executive. He received a bachelor's degree in organizational management from Tusculum College.
Greenberg, Rosenblatt, Kull & Bitsoli, an accounting firm based in Worcester, announced the promotions of Luis N. Martinez of Athol, a graduate of Bentley University, to supervisor; and Christopher J. Melendez of Auburn, a graduate of Nichols College, to senior accountant. Additions to the staff include Mark Daniel and Amanda Colosi, staff accountants; and Nate Perchak and Maria Crowley, senior accountants.
CUTLINE: (1) Ms. Dunn (2) Mr. Shulman (3) Ms. Orsi (4) Mr. Corbett (5) Ms. White (6) Mr. Spiva
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|Publication:||Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA)|
|Date:||Feb 15, 2009|
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