Hires, promotions, appointments

Sebago Technics appointed Jacob Bartlett as the regional manager of its Sanford/York County Office. He joined the firm as a professional land surveyor through the acquisition by Corner Post Land Surveying last year.




People Plus elected three members to its board of trustees: Terri Burgess of Brunswick, a registered nurse doing freelance work at Horizons Living & Rehab Center; Charlie Gordon of Brunswick, who recently retired after46 years of teaching at Brunswick High School; and Joe Palma of Harpswell, a former board member who who previously has worked as an equity trader and professional photographer and now teaches yoga.



Iain Eldredge, a certified financial planner, portfolio management director and financial advisor at Morgan Stanley in Portland, has been named to Forbes Magazine’s list of Top Next-Gen Advisors Best-in-State. Advisors born in 1981 or later with at least four years of industry experience are ranked based on leadership, revenue trends, compliance records and more.



Former Maine Boys to Men Program Manager Chris Kelleher, Wabanaki Women’s Coalition Executive Director Donna Brown, Men Connect for New Mainers facilitator Guy Mpoyi and Scarborough High School teacher Michelle Shupp are the recipients of Maine Boys to Men Community Courage Awards. The awards recognize “changemakers who are courageously committed to ending all forms of male violence and self-harm.”




OUT Maine received a $25,000 grant from Jane’s Trust Foundation to continue its support of LGBTQ+ youth in Maine.

Open for business

Rhythmia Health, a direct primary care practice, will celebrate its grand opening Sunday, Oct. 1, at 502 Stevens Ave. in Portland.

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