September 4, 2017
On The Move

Movers & Shakers

Mount Wachusett Community College’s board has three new trustees: CLAIRE FREDA, DENISE KINDSCHI GOSSELIN and DEAN TRAN. Freda is a licensed real estate appraiser and broker. Gosselin is a professor emeritus of criminal justice at Western New England University and a retired Massachusetts state trooper. Tran is senior manager at Avid Technologies and Fitchburg City Council member. Pictured (from left) are Board Chairman Robert Antonioni, Student Trustee Gina Vilayphone, Kindschi Gosselin, Freda, Tran and MWCC President James Vander Hooven.

LISA DEWITT is the new site director at the Summit ElderCare location in Charlton. DeWitt, who lives in Dudley, will lead an interdisciplinary team to oversee patient care and help with the facility's planned move to a soon-to-be-built facility at 108 Thompson Road in Webster. She has an associate degree in nursing from Quinsigamond Community College, a bachelor of science degree from Worcester State College and a certificate in legal nurse consulting from Bay Path Community College.

ROSA L. NGUYEN is a new mortgage loan officer for BayCoast Mortgage Company. Nguyen, who lives in Worcester, will be responsible for conducting interviews with prospective borrowers, analyzing financial and credit data, determining customers' financing objectives and advising product and pricing policies and guidelines. She has a master of business administration degree from Anna Maria College.

KEVIN M. SULLIVAN is the new general manager for the Ashburnham Municipal Light Plant. Sullivan, a Hudson resident, has previously served as assistant superintendent at the Wellesley Municipal Light Plant, project manager and consultant at the Wakefield Municipal Gas & Light Department and engineering and operations manager at the Reading Municipal Light Department.

CHRISTOPHER NUNNALLY has joined Group Benefits Strategies of Auburn as account executive. Nunnally, of Brighton, has worked in insurance at Teladoc, Sun Life Financial and New York Life. He studied accounting and financial management at Northeastern University.

DR. LAURA AMORESE-O'CONNELL is a new rheumatologist on the staff of Harrington Physician Services. Dr. Amorese-O'Connell, a native of Venezuela, was a research fellow at the Massachusetts Eye Research and Surgery Institute and a clinical research fellow at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Providence. She is a member of the American College of Physicians, Massachusetts Medical Society and the American College of Rheumatology.

NOAH FUTTERMAN, a Worcester native, has been named account executive for Ball Consulting Group, a strategic communications firm in Newton. Futterman is a former liaison for state Rep. Harold Naughton of Clinton and now pursuing a master in government from Johns Hopkins University.


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