DuBois & King has hired Brian Mack as a project designer in the Transportation Division. Mack has 10 years experience as an engineer in Vermont and New York. He served as a civil engineer for the New York State Department of Transportation and as a construction inspector. He will be working out of the firm’s Randolph headquarters.
New Directions, a training and workforce development firm, has promoted Penny Willette and Matthew Harrington. Willette moved from office assistant to office manager and Harrington was promoted from business development manager to director of business development and operations.
Willette of Pownal joined the company in 2012. Prior to joining New Directions, she was human resources manager at Mezze Restaurant Group in Williamstown, Mass. She holds an associate’s degree from the Community College of Vermont.
Harrington has worked at New Directions since 2009 in the capacity of marketing, sales, and social media management. He previously worked at Media Logic, a strategic marketing firm in Albany, N.Y., as the marketing coordinator.
Harrington holds a bachelor’s degree from SUNY Oneonta.
Trumbull-Nelson Construction Company of Hanover, N.H., and Montpelier, has named Theodore Thompson vice president.
Thompson joined Trumbull-Nelson as assistant project manager in 2000 and was promoted to the position of project manager in 2002. He has worked on institutional, commercial and residential building and renovations, including the Howe Library, AVA Gallery and Art Center, Thetford Academy, Hanover Consumer Cooperative, Bellows Falls Middle School, Jake’s Convenience Stores, and new home construction projects.
Thompson is a 1992 graduate of the University of Vermont.
Dr. Kirsten Carle has joined the Stram Center for Integrative Medicine in Bennington as a primary care/general practitioner. Carle will be offering naturopathic primary care, women’s health, cleanse/detox programs, nutrition, and homeopathic and herbal botanical medicine.
Carle studied biology at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., and holds a doctorate of naturopathic medicine from the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Ore.
The Stram Center for Integrative Medicine is located at 530 Main St. in downtown Bennington.
Aaron Ashton has joined the Brass Butterfly in Poultney as the new general manager and salesman. The Brass Butterfly is a 30-year small manufacturer of gift and curtain hardware. Ashton recently completed a year of service in AmeriCorps VISTA with the Vermont Agency of Human Services. He is a graduate of Green Mountain College. Ashton is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the business.MORE IN World/National BusinessLUDLOW ó Itís a good sign for the local business climate when back-to-back ribbon cuttings are on... Full StoryKILLINGTON ó The Inn at Six Mountains has been sold to a group of investors, including local... Full StoryDanielle Monroe moved to Vermont from New York City on a whim 10 years ago. Full Story
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