NEW FACES

• Graeme Kennedy joined Might & Main as a production manager.

Kennedy will oversee day-to-day agency operations, manage client accounts, and coordinate project resources from concept through execution.

Shelly Maheux LeBlond joined the adult case management team at Spectrum Generations.

Cory Allen was hired at Camden Financial Consultants as an assistant vice president and financial consultant. He will be based in its Lewiston office. Allen, of Pownal, was previously with Hartford Mutual Funds in Pennsylvania.

Suzan Nelson has joined University College in Saco as its new director. Nelson is currently an adjunct professor at Saint Joseph’s College in Standish and was a school library media specialist at Falmouth High School.

Ashton Plummer and Corinne Davenport were hired at Mend-A-Body Solutions in Lewiston. Plummer was hired as a shipping and receiving support staff member. Davenport was hired as an administrative assistant.

Gordon Clark, M.D., has opened SelectPsych, an adult psychiatry practice in Brunswick. Clark is the founder and former chief executive and medical officer of Integrated Behavioral Healthcare.

PROMOTIONS

Chris Guild and Robin Hetzler were promoted to supervisors of health coach teams at Occupational Medical Consulting LLC.

Guild, of Livermore, has four years of experience as a health coach and is also responsible for training new health coaches. Hetzler, of Freeport, is a multilingual health coach who joined the firm more than two years ago.

Kevin Gough and Sally Anderson were named associates at Archetype Architects of Portland. Gough is an architect, and Anderson is an interior designer.

Stephen Gallant and Corey Graham were promoted at MMG Insurance Co.

Gallant was promoted to senior vice president, external operations. He joined the company in 1996 and previously served as an accounting manager.

Graham was promoted to assistant vice president. He joined MMG in 2006 and has served as casualty claims manager since 2010.

AWARDS and RECOGNITION

Peter DeTroy, a lawyer and civic leader, was chosen to receive the Distinguished Service Award from the Maine Law Alumni Association.

DeTroy was selected for his contributions to the legal profession and cultural and charitable organizations, as well as his longstanding support of the University of Maine School of Law. He has been a member of the Portland-based firm Norman Hanson DeTroy LLC since 1977.

The Institute for Civic Leadership will honor Meg Baxter with its 12th annual Distinguished Alumni Award.

Baxter is a graduate of the ICL Leadership Intensive Alpha Class. This event will celebrate more than 30 new graduates of the institute’s Tau Class. Baxter had worked for United Way of Greater Portland for more than 20 years.

Peter J. Rubin, a Bernstein Shur shareholder and the law firm’s president, was recently recognized by Owens-Illinois, Inc. with the R. Bruce Shaw Distinguished Counsel Award, recognizing his 33 years of legal service.

The Portland Water District was recognized with the Maine Wastewater Control Association’s Service Award in recognition of its leadership. The award recognizes the district’s outstanding advocacy and support for the state’s municipal wastewater facilities research into the effects of non-flushable products on pump station operations.

Glacial Multimedia Inc. was recognized for “outstanding achievement in website development” by the Interactive Media Awards for its work on the Lexington Eye Associates website.

The honor recognizes that the project not only met but also surpassed the standards of excellence that comprises the Web’s most professional work. The site was honored specifically for excellence in health care.

FHC Inc. of Bowdoin received a national award from the U.S. Small Business Administration.

FHC was recognized with the Roland Tibbetts Award for its role in research and development and its success in creating new jobs through innovation strategies.