NEW HIRES

Marc Gosselin

Thomas College Athletics has hired Marc Gosselin as the men’s golf coach. Gosselin has previous experience coaching golf though private instruction along with playing competitively on an amateur golf tour.

Edward Graham

New England Cancer Specialists has hired Edwin Graham as its new chief executive officer. Graham brings more than 30 years of experience as a healthcare executive.

Stephen Segal

Stephen Segal has rejoined Verrill’s Portland office as counsel in its litigation and trial group. Segal represents individuals, businesses and multinational corporations in a wide variety of civil matters. He originally joined Verrill in 2015 after serving as a law clerk to John A. Woodcock of the U.S. District Court for the District of Maine. He previously practiced at a law firm with a national presence for approximately one year.

Charles King

Charles King has joined the Portland law firm of McCloskey, Mina, Cunniff & Frawley, LLC. He will represent clients in the firm’s white collar civil and criminal litigation practice areas. For the past seven years, Charlie has practiced law with a New Orleans firm with a focus on mass tort, commercial and environmental litigation.

Melanie Dorn

Perkins Thompson has hired Melanie Dorn as an associate in the firm’s real estate and government services practice groups. Prior to joining the firm, Melanie held an in-house position in deployment of wireless facilities and broadband infrastructure across the U.S.

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PROMOTIONS

Jill Jamison

Junior Achievement of Maine has promoted Jill Jamison to vice president and Pamela Bennett to program manager. Jamison will direct the operations of the organization across multiple functions including program implementation, development, recruitment and training, and coaching of the team.

Pamela Bennett

Pamela Bennett will manage the program growth and expansion for JA’s learning experiences in Southern Maine and lead volunteer recruitment and retainment efforts.

Machias Savings Bank has promoted several employees across state:

The following employees were promoted to vice president: Jill Blanch, brand experience manager, Krystle Currier, retail loan administration; Jody Dennison, accounting; Tim Goff, branch manager, Presque Isle; Russ Johnston, business banker, Portland; Shauna MacDonald, human resources manager, and Stephanie Page, physical security officer.

The following people were promoted to assistant vice president: Rachel Anderson, business banker in Houlton; Joanna Bagley, senior retail loan underwriter; Christine Cram, branch manager, Portland; Alex Currier, business banker, Machias; Brandon Cyr, business banking portfolio manager; Vicki Garnett, senior retail loan underwriter; Cindy Leighton, mortgage specialist, Calais; Michael Lenfestey, retail loan team leader; Annie Morris, senior credit risk specialist; Gianna Lunn, digital experience manager; Danielle Violette, card payment solutions officer; and Jennifer Walter, mortgage specialist, Bar Harbor.

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Greg Clinard

Gregory Clinard has joined Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC as a financial adviser in Scarborough. Clinard has 25 years of experience in the financial services industry.

Jennifer Small

Malone Commercial Brokers has promoted Jennifer Small to partner. Small joined the firm in 2000 as an intern. She will continue to broker the full range of commercial real estate services. Small, of Falmouth, serves as vice president of the board of directors for the Maine Real Estate & Development Association.

GENERAL
Northern Maine SCORE named Steve Campbell as its new chapter chair. Campbell will coordinate community outreach, recruiting and the chapter’s small business mentoring and workshop programs.

RECOGNITIONS
The Greater Portland Council of Governments has awarded Guy Mpoyi the community leadership award. Mpoyi, an immigrant from the Democratic Republic of Congo, was recognized for his work teaching new Mainers how to use southern Maine’s public transportation network.

 

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