Therese Cahill joins the Maine Dental Association as Executive Director
July 21—NEW HIRES
Therese Cahill has joined the Maine Dental Association as executive director. Cahill was previously director of the Office of Child and Family Services at the Maine Department of Health and Human Services.
Maine Community Bank has hired Anna Astvatsaturian Turcotte as Senior Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer. Turcotte brings 19 years of experience in legal, compliance and risk management. More recently, Anna has worked at TD Bank and Androscoggin Bank.
Aaron Rich has joined Skowhegan Savings as Vice President, Commercial Lender. Rich, of Kennebunk, brings over 16 years of banking experience including People’s United Bank and Kennebunk Savings.
Jonathan Woodman joined the Atlantic Federal Credit Union as a Talent Acquisition Specialist. Woodman brings over 12 years of recruiting experience.
Shannon White has joined Maine Source Homes & Realty as a Sales Agent, Realtor. White was previously a Department Administrator for Section 8 of the Lewiston Housing Authority. She also served as an alternate inspector.
Claire Jackson joined Dufour Tax Group. Jackson is pursuing a degree in business administration from the University of Southern Maine. She has a background in human resources and personnel management.
Chelsey Oliver has joined Golden Pond Wealth Management as a Relationship Manager. Oliver, from Oakland, previously worked as a math teacher at Messalonskee Middle School.
Angel Quick has been promoted to vice president of treasury and business services officer at Skowhegan Savings. Quick was previously Assistant Vice President Community Banker. She joined the bank in 1999 as a cashier and held several positions within the bank in customer service and branch management.
Jason Jendrasko has been promoted to president of Benchmark. Jendrasko joined the firm in 2012 as a project manager. He was promoted to director of business development, then vice president.
Representative Jane Sexton was elected to a seat on the Portland Water District Board of Directors, representing Gorham. Sexton received 1188 votes, or 72% of all votes cast.
United Way of Southern Maine has named three new people to its board of directors.
Dr. Idella Glenn is vice president, equity, inclusion, and community impact, at the University of Southern Maine.
Caitlin Grant is Director of Economic Development and Workforce at York County Community College.
Sharon Underberg is Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at IDEXX.
Jeremy Fischer, head of Drummond Woodsum’s bankruptcy and restructuring practice group, was recently elected chairman of the board of the Loring Development Authority.
Bath Savings Institution has announced the following promotions.
Susan Carleton has been promoted to Executive Vice President, Human Resources. Carleton is a human resources professional and long-time employee.
Rebecca Launer has been named Executive Vice President, Branch Administration. She joined the bank in 1990.
Patricia Bernier, an employee for 21 years, has been appointed Senior Vice-President, Information Systems.
Tatiana Chipilova, who joined the staff in 2016, has been promoted to senior vice president of finance.
Evan Libby has been named Senior Vice President, Risk Management, Operations. Libby was previously vice president responsible for compliance.
Justin Dionne, an employee for 11 years, has been promoted to Vice President, Commercial Lending.
Sarah Piper, who was hired as a cashier in 2013, has been named vice president, commercial loans.
Regina Booth, former assistant vice president, commercial portfolio, has been promoted to assistant vice president, commercial loans.
Anna Moorman, a member of the benefits team at Allen Insurance and Financial, is now a licensed life and health insurance consultant in Maine. Moorman, of Thomaston, has been with the company since 2012.
Lee Cabana, of the GHM agency in Waterville, is now a licensed insurance consultant in Maine. Cabana, originally from Waterville, joined the GHM agency in 1997. He works with businesses, families and individuals on their health insurance needs.
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