• Imogene Altznauer, Jay Perrotta, Karen Thomas and Kristi Braun joined Highliner Events, LLC, an event management company in South Portland.

Altznauer joined the firm as partner, overseeing event operations for the company.

She previously worked at Diversified Business Communications, Redken 5th Avenue in New York, Comtek International and Advanstar Expositions.

Perrotta was named sales director for commercial marine events.

He was formerly president of Rock Salt Alloy Boats in Texas and founder and president of Black Lab Marine.

Thomas was named sales director for its seafood and technology sector events.

She was previously with 7L Brands/Lykes Brothers, Diversified Business Communications, Magna Hospitality Group and Ocean Properties.

Braun was hired as an event coordinator.

Braun graduated from the University of Southern Maine with a degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing.

Altznauer, Perrotta and Braun will be based in the South Portland offices. Thomas will be based in Belleair Beach, Fla.

Lindsay Harris of Scarborough joined Gorham Savings Bank as an assistant vice president and portfolio loan officer.

Harris has worked as a commercial credit analyst, small business credit manager and a commercial lender since 1996.

Fred Poulin, M.D., joined Mercy Health System of Maine as a  cardiologist in its new practice, Mercy Cardiology.

Poulin, a specialist in cardiac pacemaker therapy and cardiac catheterization, was formerly the director of cardiology at Mercy Hospital. He currently serves as the director of Mercy’s catheterization laboratory.

Becky White, Diane Chasse and Cindy Majors joined SeniorsPlus in Lewiston as care coordinators in its EIM division.

White, of Strong, has five years experience in mental health and social services.

Chasse, of Lewiston, has more than 30 years of experience in social services for the elderly and disabled.

Majors, of Poland, has 20 years experience in nursing and 10 years in home health and case management.

Chrissy Walls was hired at Yarmouth Boat Yard as a parts manager.

Walls, of Yarmouth, will be responsible for day-to-day operation of the parts department.

Andrew Lunn was hired at Community Credit Union as an accounting supervisor.

Lunn has more than five years of experience and previously worked for Sabattus Regional Credit Union.

Phoebe Chandler joined Allen & Selig Realty in Freeport as an agent.

Chandler has about seven years in the industry.

Kristine Jenkins was hired to coordinate the initiative for Partners for a Hunger-Free York County.

Jenkins had previously served as outreach and organizing director of a small, environmental health nonprofit.


Susan Danly was promoted to senior curator at The Portland Museum of Art.

Danly was hired by the museum in 2002 as curator of graphics, photography, and contemporary art.

SeniorsPlus in Lewiston promoted the following employees in its EIM division: Julie Daniels, Nicole Wheldon and Tabatha Caso.

Daniels was promoted to assistant manager. She has 13 years of experience in long-term care.

Wheldon was promoted to a care management supervisor in its Bangor office. Wheldon has worked for SeniorsPlus for nine years.

Caso was also promoted to care management supervisor in Bangor. She has been with SeniorsPlus for the past four years.


• Nancy Marshall, president of Nancy Marshall Communications, was awarded the Edward L. Bernays Achievement Award by the Maine Public Relations Council.

Marshall started the agency in the basement of her home in Carrabassett Valley 20 years ago, growing it from a one-woman public relations firm to a full-service agency with 14 employees and a client list ranging from the Maine Office of Tourism to Church’s China of Northampton, England.