NEW FACES

Eric Eddy has joined C.E. Carll Agency of the Chalmers Insurance Group as a sales representative. Eddy is a recent graduate of the University of Southern Maine, where he studied insurance and risk management.

Daniel Snyder has joined Pulp+Wire as a production manager in the creative department. Snyder was previously with Intrigue Music, working with executives to identify and develop talent and exploit copyrights. His work has also been featured in video docs by Time magazine, Wired magazine and Rikshaw Films.

Brian Giguere has joined Summit Adjustment Services as a multi-line insurance adjuster. Giguere has an adjuster’s license with the state and is trained in Xactimate’s property estimating program.

Lauren Troiano, an AmeriCorps VISTA member, has joined United Way of York County to continue her work with the Shared Youth Vision Council for the district of York County.

Adam Landry has joined the sales team at Central Furniture and Appliances in Sanford. He has more than 10 years of experience in appliance sales.

 

Susan Daggett has been named dining room manager for the No. 10 Water Restaurant at the Captain Daniel Stone Inn in Brunswick. Daggett was previously with The Osprey in Georgetown and The Muddy Rudder in Edgecomb.

Greg White has joined Consumers for Affordable Health Care as public relations coordinator. He was previously a consultant for the organization and the Collingwood Group, a financial services firm in Washington, D.C.

PROMOTIONS

Michael Chamberlain was named relationship manager of KeyBank’s business banking for the Bangor metro market. Chamberlain, of Belfast, held the same position for the bank in its coastal and central markets. He was previously assistant vice president of commercial banking for Northeast Bank in Augusta.

Tina Willard was promoted to vice president of Northeast Bank. Willard, who joined the bank in 2006, will maintain her commercial loan portfolio and help position the bank’s commercial loan division for further growth.

Ken Janosick was promoted to senior vice president of small-business solutions at Wright Express Corp. Janosick will be responsible for growing the company’s small-business programs and will continue to oversee product and marketing. He joined the company as vice president of product and marketing in 2009.

AWARDS and RECOGNITION

David Boggs, president and CEO of ACRO Global, was named allied member of the year by the Maine Innkeepers Association. ACRO Global is an interactive advertising agency that provides research, advertising and marketing services to tourism businesses and organizations on six continents.

Boggs previously owned and managed the strategy and marketing consulting firm Boggs Consulting Group and a full-service Web design practice, Harbor Design.

Sherree Craig, insured benefits manager at Allen Insurance and Financial, was awarded fellowship standing in the International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists. Craig earned the distinction by completing a national employee benefits exam from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Craig earned her CEBS designation in 2004.

Four Directions Development Corp. was honored in November for its commitment to excellence as a Native American community development financial institution. Susan Hammond, executive director of the organization, accepted the Circle of Honor Award.

Wendy Bush, vice president of development at F.L. Putnam Investment Management Co., received the Cyrus Hagge Building Strong Communities Award. Bush was recognized for her work with the Cumberland County YMCA and other local nonprofits. She has served as a YMCA board member for 22 years and is a former trustee of Mercy Hospital in Portland.

GENERAL

Donato Tramuto of Ogunquit was named to the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights Leadership Council. Tramuto owns Cafe Prego and Five-O restaurants in Ogunquit and serves as chairman of the Board of Selectmen.

New England Medical Transcription joined the BayScribe American Transcription Network in November. NEMT was invited to join the cooperative by Ron Neuenberger, CEO of BayScribe. BATN unites American transcription firms that do not offshore their services.

Janet Kantz, Chris Kast and Sarah Maloney joined the board of directors of the Kids First Center.

Kantz is a partner in the law firm Vincent Kantz Ruffner & Pittman, specializing in family law, guardian ad litem and juvenile defense.

Kast has been an advertising and marketing professional for more than 25 years.

Maloney is a social worker at Falmouth High School and maintains a private practice at Psychological and Educational Services in Portland.

Rachel A. Lawrence, director of finance at Preti Flaherty, has earned the professional designation of Certified Legal Manager SM by the Association of Legal Administrators. Lawrence is the first member of the Downeast Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators to earn the designation.