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Updated: May 27, 2024 On the Move

Movers & Shakers for May 27, 2024

JOSEPH CUSSEN has been named principal of St. Bernard’s High School, the 20th person to hold the title since the school’s opening in 1957. Cussen is returning to his home state after working in Seattle. He graduated from Boston College High School and went on to achieve multiple advanced degrees including a master's degree in educational leadership from the University of Notre Dame; a master's degree in education in curriculum and instruction from the University of Massachusetts, and a master's degree of theological studies from Boston College. Cussen will replace Principal Linda Anderson, who served St. Bernard’s High School for more than five years.

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AMY FABIANO joined the higher education group at Worcester law firm Bowditch & Dewey. The group is part of the firm’s employment and labor practice. She was previously the associate general counsel at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, handling a broad range of legal and compliance matters including contract drafting and negotiations, policy development, civil rights, and Title IX compliance. Before working at WPI, she was a civil rights attorney with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights and focused largely on Title IX and Section 504. Fabiano earned her juris doctor from Boston University School of Law, where she was elected to the law review. She earned her master's and bachelor's degrees in political science from Boston University, where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

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Leominster Credit Union promoted five employees, including RANDY HARRIS, who was named vice president treasury. Harris joined LCU in 2004 as a financial analyst before being promoted to finance officer and then AVP treasury. Harris holds an associate’s degree from Quinsigamond Community College in Worcester and a bachelor's degree from UMass Amherst.

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KATHY HURLEY was promoted to vice president human resources. She joined LCU in 2004 as a teller and worked in lending as an indirect specialist. Hurley transitioned into HR nearly 15 years ago. She has a bachelor's degree and an MBA from Fitchburg State University and is a certified professional in human resources through the Society for Human Resources Management and the Human Resources Certification Institute. TIM MacLEOD has been promoted to vice president facilities and security. He joined LCU in 2017 and has managed multiple projects, including large-scale renovations, while overseeing the facilities and purchasing functions. MacLeod holds an associate’s degree from Dean College in Franklin and a bachelor's degree from Worcester State University. SUZANNE ST. CYR has been promoted to vice president consumer lending. St. Cyr joined LCU in 1990 as a teller before transitioning to consumer lending in 1995. She was promoted to consumer lending in 2002. St. Cyr holds a bachelor’s degree from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester. BEN SHIPP has been promoted to assistant vice president branch manager. Shipp was hired in 2020 as branch manager in Leominster. Shipp has certificates for lean Six Sigma and agile leadership.

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GERRA HARRIGAN was named director of sales and strategy at JNP Coffee in Shrewsbury. Prior to joining JNP Coffee, Harrigan worked at Mighty Peace Coffee in Wisconsin, where she was green coffee director, after working as a trader with InterAmerican Coffee in New Jersey. She previously served as vice president of sales and marketing for New Harvest Coffee Roasters in Rhode Island.


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