• Christine Wolff was named a program officer at the Maine Community Foundation.
Wolff will manage the Androscoggin, Cumberland, Oxford, and York county funds at the foundation.
Wolff, of Topsham, previously directed community service and the fellows program for the Island Institute. She is currently a member of the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust.
• Elizabeth Johnson, M.D., was named executive director of the Maine Medical Center Physician-Hospital Organization.
Johnson has more than 12 years of experience in health care leadership and more than 17 years of clinical practice experience. Most recently, she served as chief medical officer of Martin’s Point Health Care.
• Ryan Mastrangelo was named assistant director of admissions and first-year student counselor at Unity College.
Most recently, Mastrangelo served as associate director of admissions at Southwestern Academy in San Marino, Calif., where she was a comprehensive participant in the admissions process.
• Kayla Casperonis and Hans Breaux were hired as architectural interns at Scott Simons Architects.
Casperonis had been a high school teacher for MSAD 55. Breaux previously worked at the Community Design Workshop in Lafayette, La. Both live in Portland.
• Chad Brewer was promoted to information systems assistant manager at MMG Insurance Co. in Presque Isle.
Brewer joined the company in 1993 and most recently worked as a programming supervisor.
• Linda Braley was promoted to senior associate at Scott Simons Architects.
Braley, of Portland, has been with the firm for more than seven years. She has worked on many of the firm’s academic, institutional and residential projects as a project manager.
• Camden National Corp. has announced promotions for three individuals.
Arissa Egan, a market research analyst, was promoted to assistant vice president, market research analyst, at Camden National Bank.
Chad Place, a commercial portfolio manager, is now an assistant vice president, commercial portfolio manager, at Camden National Corp.
Devon Perry, an assistant vice president and compliance officer, was named vice president, compliance officer at Camden Financial Consultants.
• Bill Legere, a nurse practitioner at Central Maine Medical Center, received the 11th annual Cherokee Inspired Comfort Award.
Legere, of Auburn, was recognized for his work with at-risk women and children, especially victims of child abuse, domestic violence and human trafficking. His advocacy work has taken him to Europe and Africa to bring attention to a range of human rights issues affecting women and children.
• Ellen Berg was named president-elect of the Junior League of Portland.
Berg, of Cape Elizabeth, is an early childhood educator at Maiden Cove, a private preschool in Cape Elizabeth. A member of the league since 2005, she currently serves on the board of directors and as vice president of the organization’s membership council.
• Stepping Stones, a Maine-based family-services agency, appointed several of its board members into new positions.
The new board chair is Barbara Dailey. Michael Canning of Deloitte is now vice chair. JoAnne Leon of TD Bank was named treasurer and Maria Michaud, also of TD Bank, was named secretary.
• Lanie Abbott of the Maine Public Relations Council recently earned her professional public relations accreditation, receiving the designation of accredited in public relations.
She is one of about 40 accredited PR professionals in Maine.