• Champlain Business Journal Corridor Connection
    September 17,2013
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    Secretary of State Jim Condos announced the recognition of Vermont State Archives and Records Administration (VSARA) Director Tanya Marshall by the Society of American Archivists (SAA). Established in 2011, the emerging-leader award recognizes work of broad merit to the profession, and demonstrated leadership qualities.

    Condos noted that Marshall is only the second recipient of this prestigious award. She joined the VSARA staff in 2005 and was nominated for the award by former state archivist Gregory Sanford.

    Marshall is an appointee to the Advisory Committee on the Rules of Public Access to Court Records. She was a leader in establishing a collaborative framework for VSARA and the Department of Information and Innovation to address records issues in a digital world. Marshall also oversaw the consolidation of Vermont’s records management program with the state archives.

    In addition to her Vermont work, Marshall is vice-president of the National Association of Government Archives and Records Administrators; serves on the executive committee of the Council of State Archivists; and is a member of a standards committee on records and information management with ARMA International, a professional organization for records and information managers.

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    Dr. Justin Stinnett recently completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Fletcher Allen Health Care and has joined the Central Vermont Medical Center Hospitalist team.

    He received his undergraduate degree, a B.S. in mechanical engineering with great distinction, from Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY. He earned a M.S. in biomedical engineering from the University of Vermont College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences and his doctor of medicine from the UVM Medical School.

    In August of 2012 Dr. Stinnett was one of 25 residents selected from the Northeastern United States to participate in the Tufts’ Health Care Residency Rotation “Practicing Medicine in a Changing Health Care Environment.” While in his residency program, Stinnett was winner of the Vermont Resident Research and Quality Improvement Competition for three years in a row. He also received the Ellsworth Amidon Award for Outstanding Proficiency in Internal Medicine.

    Hospitalists can help patients achieve a smooth, speedy recovery by following up on tests and adjusting treatments throughout the day as necessary. Because they are devoted to only hospital patients, Hospitalists are often able to spend more time talking to patients and their loved ones about care. They also stay in close contact with a patient’s primary-care physician.

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    Union Mutual of Vermont Companies recently announced that Michael W. Nobles has been promoted to the position of Chief Operating Officer. Nobles, a graduate of the University of Vermont and resident of Plainfield, joined the company in 1995 as a staff accountant. He was promoted to treasurer and vice president of finance in 2003, and was named the senior vice president/treasurer/CFO in 2011.

    In addition to his duties at Union Mutual, in 2001 Nobles was elected CFO of Eastern Mutual Insurance Company and was promoted to CEO in 2012. He currently sits on several insurance-related boards. 

    Jennifer P. Galfetti has been promoted to the position of assistant treasurer. Galfetti has held the position of accounting manager since joining the company in 2009, and will continue to oversee the day-to-day accounting functions along with expanded financial and reinsurance-related duties. Galfetti, also a graduate of the University of Vermont, was recently elected CFO of Eastern Mutual Insurance Company. She resides in Montpelier with her family

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    Northern Reliability of Waitsfield, an electric power solutions provider, has announced that Jim Iversen is assuming the role of president and CEO of the company. Iversen, formerly Chairman and CEO for M&I Strategic Partners and business consultant for Northern Reliability, brings experience and vision to his new role. Iversen has been a business leader in the industrial controls field, focusing on supply-chain solutions, for over 25 years. His hallmark style includes inspiring others to see what is possible while building road maps for success. Northern Reliability’s core slate of products, Solar Power Systems (SPS), Solar Obstruction Lighting (SOLS Series), Controllers and Remote Monitoring (SC Series), Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS Series) and Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), create real energy solutions for utilities, telecommunication providers, government applications, remote and island communities and for disaster preparedness needs.

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    Kara Casey of central Vermont has joined Home Share Now as its program manager. Casey has more than seven years experience helping people of all different walks of life through her work with VT Cares.  

    Home Share Now cultivates matches for home providers and home seekers to expand the possibilities for how we live. Outcomes of this work include affordable housing, aging in place, positive community impacts, and environmental savings. Home-sharing services via Home Share Now are available in Washington, Orange and Lamoille counties and some adjacent towns.

    While the program has no qualifiers or disqualifiers, participants must pass a background check to be considered. In addition to background screenings, Home Share Now provides in-person interviews, personal references, facilitated introductions, personalized agreement writing, and mediation services. v

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