Benjamin L. Mack of Worcester has been elected partner in the litigation department at the Boston law firm of Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP. Mr. Mack focuses his practice on securities litigation, government investigations, commercial disputes, bankruptcy litigation and intellectual property litigation.
Dorothy A. Cote of Woodstock, Conn., chief financial officer of Rehabilitative Resources Inc. in Sturbridge, has been promoted to assistant chief executive officer of the nonprofit organization that serves and supports people with developmental disabilities. Ms. Cote, who has been with RRI for more than 30 years, served as interim CEO while the board of directors undertook a nationwide search for a CEO to replace Bonita Keefe-Layden, who retired in June. RRI hired Michael Coughlin as its new CEO last month. Ms. Cote will continue in her role as CFO.
Tiffany A. Breau of Dudley has been named director of property management and information technology at Rehabilitative Resources Inc. Ms. Breau, who has been with RRI since 2002, will oversee property management for the nonprofit organization's Sturbridge headquarters and day habilitation program, as well as its day habilitation program in Leominster, and the 43 residences it operates from Western Massachusetts to suburban Boston. She will also be charged with coordinating communications and technology between all of RRI's properties.
Freedom Credit Union has hired Patricia Carbee of Douglas as assistant vice president, internal auditor. Ms. Carbee has more than 30 years of experience in the finance industry, including expertise in regulatory auditing, compliance auditing, lending and management. She was an auditor with New England Credit Union Services LLC, a division of the Massachusetts Credit Union League, for 12 years.
Kevin M. Sweeney of East Longmeadow was recently elected president of the Springfield Technical Community College Foundation board of directors. Mr. Sweeney is a full-time professor at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute School of Business and a visiting lecturer at Columbia University. He is the principal of Sweeney Strategic Consulting in Springfield, advising for-profit and nonprofit organizations regarding critical finance, strategic and operational decisions. Mr. Sweeney also serves on the board of directors of Common Capital and is a member of the advisory board of Scibelli Enterprise Center, home of the SEC Business Incubator.
Melanie Bonsu is the new fund development associate for Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts, where she is responsible for promoting the organization, networking with area professionals and making gift solicitations to increase fund development goals. Ms. Bonsu began her career in the marketing and communications department at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester. More recently, she worked at Rainbow Child Development Center, where she was responsible for all fundraising, grant writing, event planning, marketing and public relations.
Glick Nissan of Westboro has hired Nellie Colon of Worcester and Louis Pacheco of Millbury, two graduates from the Nissan Automotive Technician Training program at Universal Technical Institute campus in Norwood.
Mark Durrenberger of Hudson, founder and president of New England Clean Energy, a solar installation company in Hudson, has been appointed to the board of the Solar Energy Business Association of New England. Mr. Durrenberger co-founded and ran a project management consulting and training firm, Oak Associates Inc., and has delivered Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth" climate change presentation 30 times to more than 1,400 people. He regularly teaches about renewable energy at continuing education programs and community events.
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|Publication:||Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA)|
|Date:||Feb 3, 2013|
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