October 30, 2017
On the move

Movers & Shakers


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.

RICK LAMOTHE is the new operations manager at Hudson solar installer New England Clean Energy. Lamothe, who lives in Northborough, joined the company in 2014 and oversees the company's residential and commercial solar installations. He has a bachelor in mechanical engineering technology from Wentworth Institute of Technology.

The American Antiquarian Society has made three promotions. JAMES DAVID MORAN has been promoted to vice president for programs and outreach, MOLLY O'HAGAN HARDY has been promoted to director of digital humanities and book history initiatives, and NAN WOLVERTON has been promoted to the position of director of fellowships and the Center for Historic American Visual Culture. Moran, an Emerson College alumnus who has been with the Worcester research library since 1994, now oversees all of the society's programs and promotional initiatives. Hardy now leads the society's Program in the History of the Book in American Culture and will develop a strategic plan for the program, as well as lead the society's online exhibitions and other initiatives. She joined the staff in 2015 as the digital humanities curator. Wolverton, previously a lecturer at Smith College in Northampton, is now in charge of the 40 fellowships offered each year by the society. She will continue to direct the Center for Historic American Visual Culture.

AMANDA DANIELS is the new ticket and service coordinator for the Worcester Railers. Daniels, who has a bachelor in marketing from the University of New Hampshire, worked as an intern for game-day operations for the UNH Athletics Department. For the Railers, she works closely with the ticketing staff and is a central part of ticketing services.

RACHEL LOPEZ is the new president of Resource Management Inc., a Fitchburg firm helping companies with human-relations needs. Lopez is the daughter of Reinaldo Lopez, RMI's founder and CEO, who will remain involved in the family-owned business. Rachel Lopez joined the company 20 years ago as its first employee and was most recently vice president, with a focus on overseeing new business.

Bethany Hill Place, a residential community in Framingham for those who've experienced homeless or addiction, has five new members of its board of directors. LAURA ELKAYAM is an attorney at Shaevel, Krems, O'Connor & Jackowitz of Boston, where she specializes in employment law, labor law and real estate. REBECCA GALLO of Natick is a program officer at the MetroWest Health Foundation in Framingham and the the co-founder and former board president of Hearty Meals for All in Somerville. LORRETTA M. HOLLOWAY of Worcester is the vice president of enrollment and student development at Framingham State University. BARBARA LOUD is a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston and a retired mathematics instructor at Regis College. COURTNEY O'REGAN of Holliston is an assistant vice president at Middlesex Savings Bank and a member of the New England Financial Marketing Association.

DONATA J. MARTIN, the chief operating officer of the Boys & Girls Club of Fitchburg and Leominster and the Boys & Girls Club of Gardner, is now a member of the Mount Wachusett Community College board of trustees. Martin, who was appointed by Gov. Charlie Baker, is a trustee at UMass HealthAlliance Hospitals and is a director on the board of the United Way of North Central Massachusetts. Martin has a bachelor in sociology and secondary education from Boston University.

LISA VICKERS is the new president of the Junior League of Worcester for 2017-2018. The Bolton resident will oversee the league's members and promote volunteerism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through volunteers' action and leadership. Vickers said the Junior League of Worcester will transform its programs this year to serve homeless women and children and help families in need.

PAMELA A. MASSAD is a new member of the Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts's board of directors. Massad is an attorney with the law firm Fletcher Tilton and is a member of the Worcester and Massachusetts bar associations. She serves as the vice chairwoman of Commerce Bank, a trustee of the Nativity School of Worcester, and director of Diamond Auto Group, Gemstone Realty and Table Talk Pies.

DR. ALLISON BECKLER is the new medical director at YOU Inc., a Worcester behavioral health and education nonprofit agency. Beckler, who has been at YOU Inc. since 2015, attended the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her adult psychiatry residency and child psychiatry fellowship at UMass Medical School.


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