January 7, 2019
On the move

Movers & Shakers

Luna Hidaya
Meagan Donahue
Jennifer Conrad
Nick Oates
Audrey Breton
Joe Ewing
Kurt Thompson

LUNA HIDAYA has joined Reliant Medical Group's department of adult medicine. She received her medical degree from the University of Aleppo in Syria and completed her residency at UMass Memorial Medical Center. She currently practices at Reliant's office at 35 Millbury St. in Auburn and will be moving to the new Auburn Mall office in February.

MEAGAN DONOGHUE of Worcester is the new executive director of the Fitchburg Redevelopment Authority. She was most recently the director of planning and community development for the Town of Sudbury and has worked in economic development and planning roles for Webster, Worcester and Chicopee. Donoghue teaches part time in the urban studies and history departments at Worcester State University. She has a master's degree in regional planning from UMass, a master's degree in higher education from Syracuse University and a bachelor's degree in history from Elmira College.

JENNIFER L. CONRAD of Upton has been appointed an of-counsel at Worcester law firm Seder & Chandler. Conrad practices in the firm's business litigation, banking and finance, and creditors' rights and bankruptcy groups. She was previously associated with a small general practice law firm in Milford and before that a large multi-service Boston legal firm. Conrad earned her law degree from the Northeastern University School of Law and her bachelor's degree from UMass Amherst.

NICK OATES, a producer at Knight-Dik Insurance in Worcester, earned the prestigious Certified WorkComp Advisor designation conferred by the North Carolina-based Institute of WorkComp Professionals. The organization trains insurance professionals to locate costly errors in workers' compensation coverage.

Millbury Federal Credit Union has made two recent promotions. ANTONIOS T. ROMNIOU is new the branch manager of credit union's location at 460 W. Boylston St. in Worcester. He has began with the company as a teller in 2006. ALISE BRETON has been promoted to assistant vice president. She is currently the branch manager in Millbury and is the credit union's social media manager.

Around the Clock Home Healthcare of Westborough has hired LYNNE ALEXANDROWICZ of Millbury as head of business development, LINDSEY BOULAY of Grafton as director of clinical services and operations, HILLARY BOULAY of Grafton as scheduling coordinator and REBECCA WILSON of Upton as payroll and billing specialist. The business is now owned by HIGHNESS MEENA, who is the founder and owner of Prestige Adult Foster Care.

JOE EWING of Ashburnham has been promoted by Bay State Savings Bank to branch manager of the 628 Main St. location in Holden. Ewing joined Bay State Savings Bank in 2007 as assistant branch manager of the Mill Street location in Worcester and has served as an assistant branch manager at the Burncoat Street location in Worcester and Main Street location in Holden. He has an associate degree in science from Mount Wachusett Community College in Gardner.

Marketing firm Elevation3D has made several additions to its Shrewsbury office. AMANDA BEAULIEU of Grafton, an account manager, has experience in medical device and software solutions markets. MIKE VOLMAR of Westminster was hired as a software architect. MICHELLE LISTON of Grafton was hired as a senior account manager with 20 years of industry experience. HEATHER JENKINSON, an account manager, has 20 years of experience across multiple markets. JOSH AYANTOLA of Worcester leads the company's media department, with experience across multiple industries, including music, sports and events.

KURT THOMPSON of Templeton has been named the president-elect of the Massachusetts Association of Realtors. His term as the head of the 24,000-member group began Jan. 1. Thompson, of Keller Williams Realty, was previously the association treasurer. He was the 2011 president of the North Central Massachusetts Association of Realtors.


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