April 3, 2017
On The Move

Movers & Shakers


ROBIN BOOTH and ASHLEY BRANDIN joined the board of directors at Abby's House in Worcester. Booth, a Worcester resident, is the co-owner of Accu-Clean Inc., a commercial janitorial business. She holds both a bachelor's degree and a master of business administration degree from Assumption College. Brandin, an attorney at McInnes & McLane in Worcester, lives in Upton. In addition to Abby's House, she serves on the Young Professionals Board at Children's Friend and on the Alumni Board of Trustees for Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

MARK T. MURRAY JR. joined Becker College in Worcester as director of alumni relations and annual giving in its institutional advancement department. A Shrewsbury resident, Murray will connect Becker alumni with information about giving toward the college's Blueprint for the Future initiative and new global leadership center. A veteran of higher education gifts portfolio management, he previously worked as assistant director of The Clark Fund at Clark University and as an assistant director of development for the College of Engineering at UMass Amherst, where he earned his bachelor's degree.

LAUREN McVEIGH was promoted to director of internal audit at UniBank in Whitinsville. She joined the bank in 2015 and has more than 14 years of experience in management and leadership in the audit and finance fields. As director of internal audit, she will enhance and protect UniBank's value by providing risk-based and objective assurance, advice and insight. She is a graduate of Bryant University in Rhode Island and is working towards completing her certified internal auditor certification.

DIANE DATTIS and SHAYNA SMITH were hired at Oriol Health Care of Holden. Dattis was named director of social services at Holden Rehabilitation & Skilled Nursing Center. She is a graduate of Westfield State University and has worked in skilled nursing facilities across Central Massachusetts for 30 years. Smith will provide speech therapy in the short-term, long-term and respiratory care units at Holden Rehabilitation & Skilled Nursing Center as part of the Oriol therapy services team. She has been working with adults and seniors with speech, language, swallowing and cognitive deficits for more than five years and has experience in both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation. She is a graduate of Ball State University in Indiana, where she earned a bachelor's degree and a master of arts in speech-language pathology degree.

DEE SENDROWSKI has joined the board of directors at NEADS/Dogs for Deaf and Disabled Americans in Princeton. She has 17 years of human resources experience across different industries, including high tech, property and casualty insurance, multimedia, and banking. She is currently senior vice president, director of human resources at Fidelity Bank. She holds a bachelor's degree from Fitchburg State University and is actively involved with the Society of Human Resources Management and the Mass Bankers Human Resources Committee.

SHANA HAZEN was promoted to assistant vice president at Commerce Bank in Worcester. She joined the bank in 2003 and was named manager of the bank's 993 Grafton St. location in Worcester in 2015. A graduate of Becker College, Hazen is a member of the Young Women's Professional Association and the Women's Information Network. She has volunteered at Pernet House, the Easter Seals and for UMass Memorial Cancer Walks.

JANE CULLEN and ANJENA KUZDZAL were both promoted at Webster Five Cents Savings Bank in Webster. Cullen was promoted to vice president, business service manager, where in addition to her current role, she will manage and grow the business services division of the bank. She and her team will be responsible for business development, enhancing the bank's offerings, and introducing new products and services. She has 25 years of experience in this area of banking services and joined Webster Five in 2014 as vice president. Kuzdzal, who joined Webster Five in 2009 as a customer services representative, was promoted to business services officer after most recently working in the retail lending department. Before that, she was assistant branch manager for four years. She is responsible for attracting new customers and building upon existing business relationships and will work closely with Cullen.

TONY FONTAINE was named vice president and regional manager at United Bank in West Springfield, where he will oversee sales, service and operations at 26 branches in West Springfield, Worcester and Northern Connecticut. He joins United Bank from Florence Bank in Florence where he was senior vice president and director of retail banking. Before that, he worked at Citizens Bank in Ludlow for 10 years as senior vice president and regional manager. He began his retail banking career in 2004 at Bank of America as a branch manager. He is a graduate of Western New England University.


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