• John Costello was hired as jail administrator for the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office. Major Costello worked at the Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office in Massachusetts for 28 years. He retired as superintendent of the Middlesex County Jail.
• Dr. Christy Meade joined the medical team at Vascular and Interventional Physicians, a section of Spectrum Medical Group’s radiology division. Meade, of Scarborough, did her residency training in diagnostic radiology at Maine Medical Center in Portland. She went on to complete a vascular and interventional radiology fellowship at the University of Virginia.
• Regis Biron joined the Portland-based design firm Might & Main. Biron previously worked as a Web designer at the Council on International Educational Exchange.
• Lorrie Marquis Potvin joined the Maine Health Management Coalition as director of its health care measurement and public reporting initiatives, also known as Pathways to Excellence. Marquis Potvin came to the coalition from St. Mary’s Health System in Lewiston, where she served as director of strategic planning and chronic disease service lines.
• Matthew Lane joined Civil Consultants as a staff engineer in its structural engineering department. Lane has an Engineer in Training license. His responsibilities include structural analysis and civil site design support for the firm’s engineers.
• William Davisson joined Town & Shore Associates, Real Estate Brokerage in Portland as principal/owner. Davisson, of Portland, joins Town & Shore with more than 12 years of experience representing owners and family offices for residential, land and estate properties in Greater Portland and along the coast of Maine.
• Morgan DiPietro was promoted to senior designer at Might & Main. DiPietro joined the company in 2012 and has contributed design work to nearly all of the firm’s print, Web and brand identity projects.
• Jim Howard was promoted to director of adult educational and vocational programming for the Maine Department of Corrections. Howard has more than 30 years of experience in community corrections, facility management and correctional program development. At the Department of Corrections, he was a social worker, teacher, chief advocate, director of classification and deputy superintendent.
• Adam Dunbar was promoted to first vice president, investments at Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC in Portland.
• Brett Seekins, a senior manager in Baker Newman Noyes’ Healthcare Management Consulting Division, received an advocacy award from the LeadingAge of Maine and New Hampshire. The award recognizes outstanding legislative and advocacy on the Long Term Care Commission and with funding issues related to senior care.
• Jean St. Pierre, a financial officer with Ameriprise Financial in Topsham, has earned membership in the company’s Diamond Ring Club. St. Pierre was one of only 75 advisers to achieve this status in 2013 and joins the 601 current Diamond Ring members.
• Christina Falla joined the board of directors for New Hope for Women. Falla is a clinical social worker and lives in South Thomaston.