Wednesday, March 12, 2014
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ON THE MOVE runs on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Submit items of interest regarding new employees, promotions and professional honors to: Business Editor, The Portland Press Herald, P.O. Box 1460, Portland, ME 04104, or email to business@ pressherald.com.
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• Kara Aleixo Johnson has been appointed as the new director of development for Mid Coast Health Services of Brunswick. As a lawyer and business owner with an extensive professional background, Johnson brings more than 20 years of experience in development and business management to the team. She will lead the planning, implementation and administration of all development activities including fundraising appeals, endowment campaigns, gift planning, grateful patient giving and donor appreciation events.
• Peter Lacy has been hired as director of compliance and audit with Port Credit Union. Lacy is a recent graduate of the University of Maine School of Law and previously worked at Maine Revenue Services.
• At Head to Toe Physical Therapy:
Christine Mecham was hired as the public relations coordinator for the practice. Mecham brings more than 13 years of marketing experience in the financial and construction industries to the position. She will oversee all marketing and community related functions for the business.
Ali Farrow joined the practice for the summer to complete her first clinical rotation. She is scheduled to graduate from Franklin Pierce University in 2014 with a doctorate of physical therapy degree.
• At Fluid Imaging Technologies in Yarmouth:
Barry Godowsky of Yarmouth was hired as vice president of industrial sales. Godowsky will lead the industrial markets sales team in developing new business worldwide with a focus on the pharmaceutical, chemical, food and biotechnology markets. Before joining Fluid Imaging Technologies, Godowsky worked as vice president of sales at Artel Inc. of Westbrook.
Becky Metivier of Gorham was hired as vice president of marketing. Metivier will be responsible for the overall leadership and management of the marketing team, including global marketing strategy, brand management and corporate communications. Metivier previously worked as marketing manager at The Baker Co. in Sanford and as marketing manager at Contech Engineered Solutions in Scarborough.
Adam Stevens of Hollis was hired as a field technician. He will be responsible for providing technical assistance for the FlowCAM-ES, an engineered online particle analysis system for process fluids. Stevens formerly worked as project manager at Contech Engineered Solutions in Scarborough.
Stephen Bowen has been appointed director of sales, oil and gas markets. An oil field technology veteran, Bowen formerly served Nabors Industries and Well Enhancement Services in executive positions, managing a range of oil field technology products. He will be responsible for spearheading sales growth for the company's FlowCAM fluid particle imaging instrumentation in the oil and gas industry worldwide.
• Brian C. Browne has joined Jensen Baird Gardner & Henry's real estate practice group as a real estate attorney. Browne was previously vice president and senior underwriting counsel for Fidelity National Title Insurance Co. in New York City. He also has experience as an attorney with a small boutique real estate firm representing real estate developers and large institutional lenders.
• Michael Cobb II has joined the Cardente Real Estate Brokerage team.
Cobb previously served as the lead broker and vice president at Creative Realty Group Inc.
• Morton Soule and Clarice Hinckley recently joined RE/MAX Alliance of Westbrook as real estate agents. Soule will serve as an associate broker and Hinckley will serve as a sales associate.
• Lisa Allen has joined Bearfoot Realty of Oxford. She has experience working in the modular home business, as a partner for a building business and purchasing rental properties.
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