NEW FACES

• Jim Mulligan and Julie Elwell were hired at Turner Barker Insurance.

Mulligan was hired as a business insurance account executive.

Elwell was hired as an employee benefits account manager.

Melissa Goode joined Trademark Federal Credit Union as business development officer. Goode will act as the liaison to the 25 companies whose employees are served by the credit union and will be responsible for support, training and marketing at those companies.

Chris Lewis joined Putney Inc. as vice president of finance. Lewis previously worked at Idexx Laboratories as senior finance manager for the production animal division.

Sally Bates was hired as executive director of Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport. Bates, of Biddeford, has decades of business and economic development experience with private, public sector, and nonprofit organizations.

James Dlugos was named president of Saint Joseph’s College. Dlugos, of Netcong, N.J., is currently the vice president and dean for academic affairs at College of Saint Elizabeth in Morristown, N.J., a position he has held since 2005.

Chris Hamilton of Whitefield was hired as associate director of the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association. Hamilton was previously the director of development for The LifeFlight Foundation.

PROMOTIONS

Julie Grosvenor, M.D., was named chief medical officer at Goodall Hospital. Grosvenor is an orthopedic surgeon with Goodall Health Partners Orthopedics and the Maine Joint Replacement Center at Goodall Hospital.

Bill Williamson has been named Maine state president of Bank of America. Williamson has been with the company since joining a predecessor institution in 1981.

AWARDS and RECOGNITION

Evergreen Home Performance was named Small Business of the Year by the Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce. The Rockland-based energy efficiency audit and contracting company was founded in 2006 and provides services to hundreds of Midcoast homeowners.