NEW FACES

Ann Beckwith joined Norton Lamb & Co. as a help desk support specialist. Beckwith has more than 20 years of experience in information technology, data analysis and customer service. 

David Mitchell joined Custom Disability Solutions in South Portland as a senior vice president and chief marketing officer. Mitchell, of Cape Elizabeth, has extensive experience in the disability and reinsurance market and was previously employed at Disability RMS. 

Kimberley White-Kaiser was named director of the York County Emergency Management Agency. Kaiser was previously deputy director for Lincoln County’s Emergency Management Agency. She is replacing Robert Bohlmann, who held the position for 17 years.

Terri Linnell joined the sales team at Bearfoot Realty. Linnell, of Casco, has been a licensed real estate broker for the past 25 years in the Lakes Region area. She is a former president of the Norway Business Association and serves on the Casco Zoning Board of Appeals. 

Kitty Paul joined Spelt Right Baking Co. as vice president of strategic planning and expansion. 

Reid Hayton-Hull joined Hull Law Office in Biddeford. Hayton-Hull previously worked for the family division of the Maine Judicial Branch, overseeing its volunteer Guardian ad Litem program for protective custody cases. 

John Kerry joined the New England Governors’ Conference Inc. as its director of policy. Kerry, of Saco, was previously the director of the Maine Office of Energy Independence and Security. 

Nathan Lewis and Matt Reiniger joined Cambium Enterprises in Yarmouth. Lewis was hired as director of operations. He was previously with Idexx Laboratories and has extensive experience in Internet service support, inventory management and employee development. Reiniger was named creative content director. He was previously an innovation and branding consultant in New York City.

Gail French and Jeffrey Petit joined Creative Work Systems in Portland as life skills coaches. French lives in Portland and Petit is from Saco. 

Meghan Vance and Sarah Hughes joined Winxnet in Portland. Vance was hired as a sales representative and has more than four years of sales experience. She was previously an inside sales account manager for Idexx Laboratories. Hughes joined the company as a sales and marketing assistant. She has two years of marketing experience. Most recently, she worked for Preston Marketing Concepts. 

Robert Fowler was named director of affiliates at Sweetser. Fowler, of New Gloucester, has more than 20 years of experience as a social worker. He was previously the executive director of the SafeLawns Foundation. 

Ward I. Graffam Jr. was named vice president and commercial regional manager for Camden National Bank’s southern and central regions of Maine. Graffam has more than 10 years of banking experience and was previously vice president and commercial banking client manager for Bank of American in Portland. 

Joey Bouchard joined the sales team at Central Furniture and Appliances in Sanford. Bouchard has several years of experience in appliance sales. 

Val Gunn was named technical director of Biovation LLC, a manufacturer of antimicrobial formulations and non-woven fiber products for food packaging and wound care. Gunn is an MBA-certified chemist and materials scientist with more than 10 years of experience directing and managing R&D processes and product development programs. 

Tom Jacques and Heidi Mahoney joined Eco-story, a leader in LED lighting solutions. Jacques will serve as the company’s inventory manager and Mahoney will work as its marketing manager. They both worked previously for Storreytime, a company founded by one of Eco-story’s co-founders, Bill Stauffer.