April 16, 2018

Movers & shakers


ALI GOLI has joined Reliant Medical Group's department of internal medicine in Milford. Goli is welcoming new patients at the Milford office at 101 Cedar St. He received his medical degree from the University of Ankara Medical School in Turkey and previously ran his own practice, Holliston Medical, in Holliston.

DAN MCELHINNEY is the new regional branch manager for Hudson, Marlborough and Worcester branches for RTN Federal Credit Union. McElhinny has more than 30 years of experience in banking and finance and worked most recently for Commerce Bank & Trust in Boston. The Waltham-based credit union has locations 10 locations in Eastern and Central Massachusetts.

JULIA SHIRK WILLIAMS is the new director of behavioral health services at Community Health Connections. She was most recently the director of outpatient services, community services and partial hospitalization programs at the Lowell Treatment Center. She has a master's degree in counseling psychology from Lesley University.

MOBOLAJI OMISORE has been promoted to assistant vice president and senior customer relationship officer at MutualOne Bank in Framingham. He joined MutualOne, a bank with five MetroWest branches, in 2016 after having held previous management positions with several multinational banks.

KRISTEN PAIGE, the assistant vice president and branch manager of Clinton Savings Bank, has been named to the board of directors of the Friends of Sterling Seniors. The organization volunteers services and financial assistance to Sterling seniors.

HOWARD S. DONO has been elected to the Massachusetts Board of Real Estate Appraisers for a two-year term. Dono is the president and CEO of Howard S. Dono & Associates Inc. of West Boylston, a real estate appraisal and consultation company.

LINDA WEINREB is the new medical director of Medicaid programs and Medicaid Accountable Care Organizations at Fallon Health in Worcester. Weinreb oversees clinical operations for Fallon's three ACOs, which are run in partnership with MassHealth. She has more than 25 years of experience as a family physician, and previously was vice chair and professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at UMass Medical School.

CATHERINE LEARY is the new development officer for the Worcester regional office of the Alzheimer's Association's Massachusetts and New Hampshire chapter. Leary previously worked for Revelation Productions Inc., and has been made president-elect of the Junior League of Worcester.


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