• Whitney Campbell joined Thornton Oaks Retirement Community as director of marketing.
Campbell was hired to help the retirement community prepare for its upcoming 25th anniversary. She has been an advertising and marketing professional for over 29 years, working for both national and local companies including the Midcoast Symphony Orchestra, Maine State Music Theatre, The Alzheimer’s Association-Maine Chapter and the Maine International Trade Center.
• Tristan Birkenmeier joined Bernstein Shur’s business restructuring and insolvency practice group.
Birkenmeier is based in the firm’s Portland office. Most recently, he was a judicial extern for Hon. James B. Haines, U.S. bankruptcy chief judge, and judicial extern for the Maine Eighth District Court. Birkenmeier also served as a student attorney at Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic.
• Ryan Wadsworth and William Edgar joined Wright-Pierce.
Wadsworth of Portland is a wastewater engineer specializing in wastewater process design for municipal and industrial clients. He brings 10 years of experience to the firm.
Edgar of Gorham is a hydrogeologist with 10 years of experience working with civil/site and environmental engineers on municipal, commercial and residential projects throughout New England.
• Jeff Whitaker joined Occupational Medical Consulting as its new sales and marketing director.
Whitaker has a long and successful career in sales and marketing dating back to 1978, with assignments in multiple industries and markets.
• Carl Chatto was promoted to director of Baker Newman Noyes’ audit practice.
Chatto, who has been with the firm since its founding in 1995, will oversee its audit practice across all four offices.
• Adam Silberman was promoted to manager of the Maine Department of Corrections, Region 2 Adults. Silberman has 18 years of correctional experience, most recently as a probation officer in Lewiston for the past seven years. He also has experience as a field training officer and a Maine Integrated Risk Reduction Model instructor.
• The Maine Women’s Fund has appointed its chief executive officer Sarah Ruef-Lindquist of Camden to the Permanent Commission on the Status of Women.
The commission consists of 17 members who represent the following interests: minorities, the elderly, low-income people, persons with disabilities, youth, victims of domestic violence and federally recognized tribes.
• Paul Wainman was appointed to the board of directors for ImmuCell Corporation, effective March 31.
Wainman is president of Kleinfeld Paper of Billerica, Mass. He will serve as chair of the audit committee of the board of directors.
• FairPoint Communications has expanded broadband service to 68 homes and businesses in the town of York.