• Alyssa Tibbetts recently joined Jensen Baird Gardner & Henry’s employment law and government services practice groups.
Tibbetts was previously the assistant town manager for the town of Cumberland and has extensive experience in local government administration. She lives in Dover, N.H.
• Nancy Rollins joined Goodwill Industries of Northern New England as state director of New Hampshire.
Most recently, Rollins was an associate commissioner with the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services.
Ken Christian also joined Goodwill Industries as senior director of communications. He has more than 25 years of media and management experience, most recently with WCSH-TV/WLBZ-TV as managing editor.
• Aric Cloutier was hired as a lead analyst in the marketing department at Central Maine Power Co., a subsidiary of Iberdrola USA. Cloutier will analyze key performance data to refine business processes. and deliver new products and services to CMP customers.
Cloutier, of Augusta, was previously a senior credit analyst at Bank of America.
AWARDS and RECOGNITIONS
• Robin Gilbert, a Central Maine Healthcare nurse educator, was accepted as a reviewer for Pathway to Excellence, a professional nursing standards and performance program.
Gilbert is a regional staff development manager for Central Maine Medical Center, Rumford Hospital and Bridgton Hospital.
Only 112 hospitals nationwide have attained this accreditation.
• William Van Twisk was recently recognized with a “Life Membership” award from the Maine Association of Realtors.
Van Twisk’s career in Maine real estate brokerage began on Mount Desert Island, where he was associated with a 100-year-old firm. In the mid-1980s, he relocated to the Brunswick area and was associated with CHR Realty for more than 25 years. Since 2011, Van Twisk founded his own agency, Brunswick Realty.
• Marnie Coleman has joined KW Commercial, the commercial real estate arm of Keller Williams Realty at the Greater Portland Market Center.
• Patricia Michaud recently joined the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce as a part-time customer service specialist/bookkeeper staff member.
Michaud brings more than 30 years of experience to the Mid-Maine Chamber. For 32 years, she worked in the central Maine area for the cable industry.
• The Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland announced its new members and roles on its 2014 board of directors.
William Leete, president of Leete & Lemieux, P.A., was named president of the board. Dana Twombly, who is retired, has joined the board and will sit on the development committee.
The 2014 directors also include: Jonathan Campbell, TD Bank; Jeremy Handlon, Dawson, Smith, Purvis & Bassett; Judi Hutzler, Mortgage Network; David A. Kamila, retired; Jana Lapoint, retired; David Martines, treasurer, Baker Newman Noyes; James E. Robbins, Bangor Savings Bank; Michael Sheehan, Preti, Flaherty, Beliveau & Pachios, LLP; John Shumadine, vice president of Murray, Plumb & Murray; Donna Talarico, Guaranteed Rate Inc.; and Peter Tousignant, secretary of TD Bank.
• Moose Landing Marina announces their association with Wet Sounds as their marine audio and lighting provider in Maine and New Hampshire.