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Updated: March 4, 2024 On the Move

Movers & Shakers for March 4, 2024

Geisel Software, a Worcester-based leader in custom software innovation, announced the hiring of KEVIN SCHWARTZ as its new chief of staff. Schwartz is a seasoned leader in operations and finance within the software and service sectors. Prior to Geisel, Schwartz served as the chief administration officer at BizAnalytica in Boston, where he spearheaded the successful due diligence process culminating in the company's acquisition by a public technology services firm with $300 million in revenue.

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Shepherd & Goldstein of Worcester promoted JONAH LERNER and MATTHEW GOLDSTEIN to principal. Lerner joined S&G in 2017. Prior to joining S&G he spent several years with Deloitte in Boston. Lerner is a specialist in multi-state nexus issues, particularly in the technology and ecommerce sectors. He graduated from the UMass Amherst with a bachelor’s degree in economics, earned his juris doctor from Suffolk University Law School in Boston, and is an active member of the Massachusetts Bar Association. Goldstein joined S&G in 2008. Specializing in delivering tax, accounting and management advisory services, Goldstein has showcased his expertise across diverse industries, catering to a wide range of clients. He earned a bachelor’s degree in accountancy from Bentley University in Waltham and an MBA from Nichols College in Dudley. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants.

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Vice president, commercial lender DAVID SABOURIN announced his retirement from Cornerstone Bank after nearly two decades in the banking industry. Sabourin, a resident of Northbridge, joined Cornerstone Bank in 2018. Sabourin enjoyed every step of his career, especially when he was able to see the construction of a new building or the use of a new piece of equipment he helped finance.

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Community Leadership Institute Class of 2024

The North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce announced the participants selected for the 2024 Community Leadership Institute. Begun in 1988, the nine-month program provides participants with individual leadership skills and a deep understanding of the region. Participants in the Community Leadership Institute Class of 2024 include:

JENNIFER ARMENTROUT, Rollstone Bank & Trust

• MAUREEN BABCOCK, North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce

• LINDSAY CARPENTER CONNORS, Fitchburg State University


• AIMME COTNOIR, Fitchburg Art Museum

• SONIA DEMELO, Bemis Associates

• JESSICA DEROY, City of Gardner

• JOECI GILCHREST, You Name It Creatives

TAYLOR HEALEY, Foster-Healey Real Estate

RALPH HOGAN, Mount Wachusett Community College

• BOB JUMPER, Leominster Credit Union

• AUTUMN KELLY, Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School

• ETHAN LIN-SCHWARTZ, Burkart-Phelan

KAT MCLELLAN, Fitchburg State University

• PATRICK O'CONNELL, Enterprise Bank and Trust

• ROSA RIVERA, UMass Memorial HealthAlliance - Clinton Hospital

• NATHALIE RIVERA-CASTRO, Workers Credit Union

• GISSAURY RODRIQUEZ, IC Federal Credit Union

• SHAWN TOLF, Fidelity Bank

MOSES DIXON, CEO and president of the Central Massachusetts Agency on Aging, Inc. is one of 60 scholars who will form the Presidential Leadership Scholars’ ninth class. The Presidential Leadership Scholars program is a partnership among the presidential centers of George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George Bush, and Lyndon Johnson. During the six-month program, Dixon will focus on how to leverage government resources and support to develop resource centers for grandparents raising grandchildren across the country. Dixon has served at the Central Massachusetts Agency on Aging for five years, has extensive experience in the nonprofit sector in Central Massachusetts, and brings more than a decade of experience working for local and state governments in Massachusetts and the federal government. Dixon earned a doctorate in community and public affairs from Binghamton University in New York, a master’s degree in community development and planning from Clark University in Worcester, and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Howard University in Washington, D.C.

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Consigli Construction in Milford hired JAMES KEHOE as director of advanced technology. In this new role, Kehoe will lead Consigli’s growth and business development strategy in the advanced technology market companywide. Kehoe brings more than two decades of industry experience in construction, commissioning, and design of large-scale, state-of-the-art facilities and has delivered projects for notable clients in the semiconductor, microelectronics, and pharmaceutical industries.

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KIMBERLY SAMBUCHI has been promoted to first vice president and chief risk officer at MutualOne Bank in Framingham. Sambuchi joined MutualOne Bank in 2002 as a teller and has since held various positions with increased responsibilities, most recently as the first vice president and risk management officer. Sambuchi earned a bachelor’s degree from Boston University and an MBA in administration from Framingham State University. She is a graduate of the New England School for Financial Studies in Boston, and she is a certified regulatory vendor program manager.

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