October 16, 2017
On the move

Moves & Shakers

Andrew Moisan
Keith Boissoneau
Eve-Marie Ceryanek
Charles McCarthy
Janet Belsky
Kara Levinson
Roy M. Nascimento
Sara Roberts
Ursula Furi-Perry

The Mount Wachusett Community College Foundation, Inc. board of directors has three new members. KEITH D. BOISSONEAU has been with Sterilite Corp. in Townsend since 1997 and its vice president of finance since 2001. He has a bachelor in business administration from Fitchburg State University and a master in taxation from Bentley University. EVE-MARIE CERYANEK is a music adjunct faculty member at Cushing Academy in Ashburnham, with a bachelor in music from SUNY Potsdam and a master of music from New York University. ROY M. NASCIMENTO has been the president and CEO of the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce since 2015. He has a bachelor in political science from UMass Dartmouth and a master in public administration from Suffolk University.

URSULA FURI-PERRY is the new assistant dean of Becker College's School of Nursing and Behavioral Sciences. Furi-Perry is an experienced attorney and professor of legal studies and criminal justice, and has written 14 books on legal topics. She has taught courses at Becker, Bridgewater State University and Northern Essex Community College, and is a frequent speaker and guest on radio programs.

CHARLES MCCARTHY, a Worcester native, is the new vice president of operations for Suffolk, a construction company with offices in Boston. McCarthy, a graduate of Burncoat High School, is responsible for identifying and cultivating client relationships, recruiting and developing team members, and ensuring construction standards are met for Suffolk's projects.

GERARD J. LOISEAU of Grafton has joined BayCoast Mortgage Co. as a loan originator. Loiseau, who has a bachelor in accounting from Emmanuel College, was a loan processor for Middlesex Savings Bank. BayCoast Mortgage has offices in Westford and Swansea.

GREGORY DEVLIN is the new branch manager at Savers Bank's Uxbridge branch at 6 N. Main St. Devlin, a 30-year banking veteran, was most recently a commercial banking relationship manager at Citizens Bank. He lives in Burillville, R.I. and has a bachelor in accounting from Johnson & Wales University.

KARA J. LEVINSON has been promoted to director of nursing at AdCare Hospital in Worcester. Levinson has been with AdCare for 12 years, most recently as nursing supervisor. The Palmer resident has a registered nurse license from Brockton Hospital School of Nursing and a bachelor in nursing from South University in Georgia.

SARA ROBERTS has joined the staff of Sundin Associates, a Natick marketing and advertising agency, as a marketing assistant and junior strategist. She was most recently the stewardship coordinator for development and alumni relations at Lasell College in Newton, where she graduated with bachelor's and master's degrees in communication.

ANDREW J. MOISAN is a new senior vice president and commercial relationship manager at Clinton Savings Bank. Moisan has more than 25 years of banking experience, including most recently a seven-year stint as chief operating officer of Alden Credit Union. The Sterling resident has a bachelor in business administration from Fitchburg State University.

JANET L. BELSKY has been promoted to senior vice president of marketing at Leominster Credit Union. She has worked in marketing and public relations for more than three decades and has been with Leominister Credit Union since 2010. She has a bachelor in communications and public relations from Salem State University and lives in Beverly.

STEVE DOHERTY is the new vice president and general manager of Quality Beverage's operations in Auburn, and CRAIG COLONERO is the director of sales and marketing for Auburn. Doherty previously served as vice president of sales and marketing and assistant general manager of Quality Beverage's Taunton headquarters, and Colonero has spent more than 20 years at the Auburn division, formerly known as Consolidated Beverages. Quality Beverage is an Anheuser-Busch distributor.

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