January 8, 2018
On The Move

Movers & shakers

MATHISEN

PAUL MATHISEN is Worcester Polytechnic Institute's new sustainability director as of Jan. 1. Mathisen, a civil and environmental engineering professor, succeeds John Orr. Mathisen is a co-director of two WPI sustainability projects, the Boston Project Center and the Massachusetts Water Resource Outreach Center. He and Orr worked together on WPI's campus sustainability plans.

JOYCE G. LEGER is the new president of the board of directors at Leominster Credit Union. Leger, who has a bachelor's degree from the College of the Holy Cross, is the director of human resources at Lantheus Medical Imaging in Billerica. She replaces Anthony Gasbarro, who retired.

COFFEY

MEREDITH COFFEY has joined Provo Wealth Management Group in Shrewsbury as a client service associate. She has a bachelor in finance from Framingham State University.

CHRISTIANSEN

KARLA CHRISTIANSEN is the new branch manager of the bankHometown branch in Sturbridge. Christiansen, who grew up in Brookfield and lives in Charlton, owns the Cardinal Ridge Equestrian Center in Barre.

DIMECO

KRISTEN DIMECO is the new branch manager for Leominster Credit Union's Clinton office. DiMeco, of Clinton, has been in financial services for more than 14 years. She is pursuing a degree in business administration from Nichols College and is an active member of the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce.

HAGOPIAN

CHRISTINE A. HAGOPIAN is the new president of the Printing Industries of New England. Hagopian has been with the Southborough association since 2006 and is the first female president in the association's 130-year history. She replaces Tad Parker, who resigned. She began her career in printing as a production manager for two tabloid magazines, and previously served as director of programs at Printing Services of New England.

UNGER

JANICE O'REILLY has joined AAFCPAs as a partner in the Westborough firm's consulting division and head of its managed accounting solutions practice. O'Reilly joins the firm with more than 30 years of finance and business experience. She was previously at the marketing company TechTarget Inc., where she held roles of CFO and treasurer.

JETTE

LAWRENCE UNGER has joined Reliant Medical Group's department of general surgery. He is welcoming new patients at the Worcester Medical Center at 123 Summer St. Dr. Unger received his medical degree from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York and his bachelor from the Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. He completed his residency and internship at Boston University Medical Center in Boston.

TRACY L. HUTCHINSON, the CEO of GAAMHA Inc., has been appointed as a new member of the Mount Wachusett Community College Board of Trustees. Hutchinson has been the head of GAAMHA, a Gardner social services agency, since 2013. She serves on the board of Mount Wachusett's human services program advisory board, the Greater Gardner Chamber of Commerce, and the Massachusetts Association of People Supporting Employment.

ANNE-MARIE JETTE retired at the end of December after 23 years at Jewish Healthcare Center in Worcester. Jette is a longtime director of clinical services who began working at the center as the director of nursing. Jette, of Spencer, received her registered nurse license from Becker College and has a bachelor in nursing from Anna Maria College. The Jewish Healthcare Center, which serves people of all ages and faiths, has promoted VINCENT LIBRANDI to chief operating officer and CHRIS GILLISSEN to director of Eisenberg Assisted Living.

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