May 13, 2019
On the move

Movers & Shakers


PAUL J. VACCARO of Marlborough is the new associate vice president for enrollment, community and corporate outreach at Anna Maria College in Paxton, responsible for working with the enrollment team and graduate academic program directors to develop growth initiatives. Vaccaro joins Anna Maria from Newbury College in Boston, where he most recently served on the senior administration team overseeing enrollment initiatives. He has a bachelor's degree and MBA from Suffolk University in Boston.

KATRIN SANFORD of Auburn is the new privacy officer at Fallon Health in Worcester, responsible for the firm's privacy program including the development, implementation, and maintenance of policies and procedures, monitoring program compliance, investigation and tracking of incidents and breaches and insuring members' rights. She was previously the director of compliance and privacy officer at Community Healthlink in Worcester. Sanford has a bachelor's degree in psychology from Purdue University in Indiana and a master's degree in family therapy from UMass Boston.

JENNY WEYLER of Aponi Aesthetics in Worcester has been appointed to the board of trustees of the Reliant Foundation in Worcester. Weyler, of Shrewsbury, has a bachelor's degree in biology from Brown University in Providence and a medical degree from Drexel University in Philadelphia. She has worked at Memorial Medical Group and Great Brook Valley Health Center/Edward M. Kennedy Health Center in Worcester before beginning her own practice in 2011.

STACEY BERG has joined the residential lending department at bankHometown in Oxford as a mortgage loan specialist. She formerly worked for Santander Bank in Oxford for 15 years as a personal banker before becoming a licensed mortgage professional.

SERENA M. SHIELDS of Worcester has joined the Westborough home health agency Around the Clock has office manager.

Imperial Distributors of Worcester has promoted ROB MEZZADRI to director for procurement and slotting, DEB LEBLANC to director for customer service and sales planning and execution, and KEVIN COOLEY to director for marketing and e-commerce. Mezzadri has been with Imperial for nine years and oversees procurement. LeBlanc has been with the company for 33 years and will continue overseeing customer service. Cooley has been with Imperial for almost 20 years, most recently leading the development of the company's e-commerce business.

Pleasantries Adult Day Services, a decade-old social program in Marlborough, has a new owner, JOSH OBEITER, and a new program director, REGINA WOLF FRITZ. Obeiter previously ran Seniors Helping Seniors of Greater Boston and Metrowest, where he is the owner and executive director. He and Fritz have expanded the program to include music and art therapy, nature therapy, and outings.

DENISE REGAN has joined Walker Development & Construction Management of Marlborough as senior project manager. Regan has more than 20 years of experience managing commercial construction projects, beginning her career as a property manager overseeing a 1-million-square-foot portfolio.

JASON GUERTIN of Spencer has joined the faculty of Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School's Practical Nursing Academy in Charlton. Guertin is a registered nurse at Saint Vincent Hospital in Worcester and has taught at the Tantasqua Regional School District in the Sturbridge area. He has a bachelor's degree in health science from Worcester State University and an associate degree in nursing from Quinsigamond Community College in Worcester.


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