• Pudvah is new development head at CVHHH
     | April 02,2013

    BERLIN — Central Vermont Home Health and Hospice has added a seasoned central Vermont executive to its team.

    President and CEO Sandy Rousse announced that Daniel Pudvah has been appointed as the organization’s development director.

    Rousse said Pudvah, who lives in Barre, was a welcome addition given his “rich background in fund development, marketing and communications, much of which is in health care.”

    Pudvah served as vice president of community relations and development for Central Vermont Medical Center for several years before leaving that job to take over as executive director of Kellogg-Hubbard Library in Montpelier. He was employed most recently as director of development for the Radio Vermont Group, where he implemented strategies for nonprofit and nontraditional businesses and organizations using broadcasting to support their missions and objectives.

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