Reviczky elected president of national association of state agriculture departments

Steven K. Reviczky, Connecticut agriculture commissioner, has been elected president of the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA) for 2017-18, the first time a Connecticut commissioner has held the position in NASDA’s 100-year history.

 

MacIlvain joins Hoffmann Architects as marketing coordinator

Mary MacIlvain has joined Hoffmann Architects as marketing coordinator in the firm’s Hamden headquarters. She has more than 10 years of experience marketing professional services, collaborating with technical and business development staff to develop proposal and qualification packages that address prospective client needs.

 

Roberts joins Webster Bank as executive VP

Jonathan Roberts has joined Webster Bank’s community banking team as executive vice president for consumer deposits and retail network management. He will be responsible for profitably growing Webster’s consumer deposits business and managing its banking centers and customer care center.

 

Humble, Rojas, Stankus join Hinckley Allen as associates

Kaitlin M. Humble, Diane E. Rojas and Sara J. Stankus have joined Hinckley Allen’s Hartford office as associates.

 

Jordan promoted to corporate responsibility officer at KeyBank

LaKisha Jordan has been promoted to corporate responsibility officer for KeyBank’s Connecticut and Western Massachusetts market. Jordan will be responsible for driving KeyBank’s Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) compliance within its Connecticut and Greater Springfield market areas. She also will work with local KeyBank leadership and community organizations on critical community issues facing those markets.

 

Smith named director of Rell Center for Public Service at UHart

Leslie Smith of Hartford has been named director of The Governor M. Jodi Rell Center for Public Service at the University of Hartford. The center’s mission is to provide a community and academic forum for the discussion of ethics in government, the importance of civil discourse in politics, and citizen involvement in public service and government.

 

Steadman appointed executive director at Aurora Foundation; two named to board

Jennifer Bernhardt Steadman has been appointed executive director of The Aurora Foundation for Women and Girls and Dr. Jennifer Pennoyer and Maureen Cooper have been appointed to Aurora's board of directors.

 

Weingaertner promoted at Farmington River Financial Group

Susan Weingaertner has been promoted from administrative assistant to client relationship manager at Farmington River Financial Group. She will head all client communications and manage administrative assistants and interns.

 

Levin Becker, Frahm, Savino, Shanahan elected to open government board

Arielle Levin Becker, Robert Frahm, Mike Savino and Marie K. Shanahan have been elected to the Connecticut Foundation for Open Government (CFOG) board of directors and Bernard Kavaler, David Fink, Mitchell Pearlman and Michele Jacklin were elected to officer positions. Other executive committee members are Gary Gold, immediate past-president; Aaron Bayer, Daniel Klau, Colleen Murphy, Joy Hainlein, Paul Marks and Tom Puleo.

 

Dr. Grow joins Center for Advanced Reproductive Services as lead physician

Dr. Paul Grow has joined The Center for Advanced Reproductive Services, a fertility center with offices in Farmington, Hartford and New London, as lead physician and associate fellowship director.

 
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