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January 23, 2017 On The Move

Movers & Shakers


JAMES F.X. KENEALY has joined the Department of Otolaryngology at Reliant Medical Group in Worcester. He joins Reliant from MetroWest Ear Nose & Throat Associates, Inc. He has been in clinical practice for more than 25 years and treats diseases of the ears, nose and throat. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College and the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. Kenealy completed an internship at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He will be available to see patients in Worcester, Southborough and Milford.

TANIA THOMAS has joined United Bank in Worcester as mortgage development officer. She has several years of mortgage banking and small business experience, most recently as a private principal consultant providing financial expertise in commercial mortgage broker services, preparing and renewing lending packages, term sheet review, U.S. Small Business Administration lending, and other services. She lives in Grafton.

JIM CORMIER, owner of Cormier's Self Defense Academy in Holliston, was promoted to the rank of fourth-degree black belt in Hakko Denshin Ryu Jujutsu by Soke Michael L. LaMonica, the grandmaster of the martial art and director of the Hakko Denshin Ryu Jujutsu Federation, North and South America. Jim has trained hundreds of adults and children in his jujutsu and karate programs at his dojo. He lives in Holliston.

DAVID BUNIS was named senior vice president and general counsel at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. As the university's first chief legal officer, he will work closely with President Laurie Leshin and the senior management team at WPI. He has nearly 30 years of legal experience, including 24 years representing large nonprofits and universities throughout New England at Boston law firms. Most recently, he worked at Boston law firm Donnelly, Conroy & Gelhaar, LLP, where he was a partner, and before that, he worked as chief legal officer, secretary of the corporation and chief of staff to the president at Brandeis University. He holds a bachelor's degree from Brandeis and a juris doctor from the Boston University School of Law.

JANE GRANT is now executive director of leadership giving, at Becker College. She joins Becker from Worcester State University, where she was director of leadership giving and responsible for donor fundraising and building relationships with constituents to increase the university's financial support. A Worcester resident, Grant holds a bachelor's degree from Clark University and a Certificat Moyen from the Universite de Paris La Sorbonne in Paris, France.

GRAHAM CHEVRY, a 20-year veteran of the financial services industry, has joined the board of directors at NEADS/Dogs for Deaf and Disabled Americans in Princeton. Chevry currently serves as senior vice president of investments at Coburn and Meredith in Boston. He is also involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay. He is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and lives in Quincy.

ANDREW BONETTI and JACOB STEWART have joined CCR Wealth Management in Westborough. Bonetti has been hired as a financial adviser, where he is responsible for managing new and existing client relationships. He has spent more than 10 years as an analyst and relationship manager, where he worked with institutional clients on defined contribution plans, endowments, and foundations, and with high-net-worth individuals. Stewart joined the firm as an investment analyst, where he is now responsible for creating and implementing investment models. He previously served as an investment consultant with companies such as John Hancock and Natixis Global Asset Management.

PAULO DeOLIVEIRA Jr. is now assistant vice president and branch manager of the Worcester location of UniBank, where he will be responsible for operations, growth and development of consumer and business relationships for the branch. He has 13 years of banking experience, most recently as a retail branch manager at Citizens Bank. He holds a bachelor's degree with a concentration in finance and management, and a master's degree in business administration with a management concentration from Fitchburg State University, where he is currently an adjunct faculty member and a member of the business advisory board. DeOliveira is fluent in Portuguese and Spanish.

AMY SONDRUP was named president of Access TCA in Whitinsville. In her new role, she will work to position the company for continued growth and leadership in the changing event marketing industry. She is a graduate of Westminster College and received a master's degree from the University of Utah.

JAMES NOTARO has been promoted to vice president of deposit operations and information manager at Fidelity Bank in Leominster. He was promoted from the position of assistant vice president, and in his new role he will be responsible for planning, organizing and directing the overall daily activities of the department and will work closely with the team to enhance the bank's use of technology, information and relevant platforms. He has been with the bank since 2005, lives in Worcester, holds a bachelor's degree from Fitchburg State University and a master's degree in business administration from Bentley University.

MACKENZIE MAY is now executive director of Central Mass Grown, a Worcester County nonprofit that promotes local agriculture. A native of Shrewsbury, May began her farming career while a student at the University of New Hampshire. She returned to Central Massachusetts in 2013, where she helped launch a local farmer's market while continuing to work on regional farms. She was the chief fundraiser for the Worcester County Conservation District.

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