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Barbara Benoit has been appointed Director of Graduate Enrollment, Management and Services at Assumption College in Worcester. She is responsible for recruiting and screening prospective students for Assumption’s graduate programs in business, counseling psychology, rehabilitation counseling, school counseling, and special education.
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JC Schnabl has been named the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Alumni Relations at UMass Amherst and Executive Director of the UMass Amherst Alumni Assoc.
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Associated Industries of Massachusetts announced the following:
• Kristen Lepore has joined the organization as Vice President of Government Affairs. She will manage efforts in the areas of health care cost control and health insurance for employers; and
• Brad MacDougall has been promoted from Associate Vice President of Government Affairs to Vice President. He will assume responsibility for the agency’s work on taxation issues.
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Edward Garbacik, Vice President of FSB Financial Group at Florence Savings Bank, has completed his CFP certification requirements that are required by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards. Individuals seeking certified financial planner certification are required to complete coursework and exams covering the seven major financial planning areas — general principles of financial planning, insurance planning and risk management, employee-benefits planning, investment planning, income-tax planning, retirement planning, and estate planning. CFP certificants must also agree to meet ongoing continuing-education requirements and uphold the CFP Board’s Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Rules of Conduct, and Financial Planning Practice Standards.
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Greenfield Savings Bank announced the following:
• Christopher Caouette has been promoted to Vice President and Commercial Credit Officer; and
• Jean Dobias has been promoted to Assistant Vice President and Trust Officer.
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Amanda Moyer has been named Director of Account Services at Market Mentors in West Springfield.
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Joseph Knapik has joined the corporate office of Environmental Compliance Services in Agawam as Director of Training and Facilities Services. He will play a key role in developing the firm’s underground storage tank operator training program. He will also be spearheading additional product launches, primarily in the training field, and will develop and expand the firm’s suite of health and safety training course offerings. Additionally, he will direct the implementation of educational, informational, and service products for the regulated business community.
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The law firm Bulkley Richardson announced the addition of four attorneys to the firm’s Litigation/Alternative Dispute Resolution Department. John P. Pucci, Andrew Levchuk and J. Lizette Richards will represent clients in all types of civil and criminal litigation, in responding to government investigations, and in conducting corporate internal investigations. They will practice from the firm’s Springfield and Boston offices. Jamie L. Kessler will handle financial services litigation from the firm’s Boston office.

John P. Pucci

John P. Pucci

• Pucci, a partner, of Northampton, is one of Massachusetts’ top civil and criminal trial lawyers, with particular experience in the areas of white-collar criminal defense and state and federal regulatory agency matters. He is the former chief of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Springfield, and has been a Fellow in the American College of Trial Lawyers since 2002. In his career, Pucci has been named to The Best Lawyers in America, and Boston Magazine’s Massachusetts Super Lawyers and Top 100 Lawyers in Massachusetts. He was most recently a Partner at Fierst, Pucci & Kane in Northampton.
Andrew Levchuk

Andrew Levchuk

• Levchuk, Counsel, brings high-level national experience in corporate compliance and integrity as well as experience in data privacy and Internet security to Bulkley Richardson. He served as senior trial attorney in both the DOJ Criminal Division’s Public Integrity Section and its Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section. In 2006-2007, he chaired the U.S. delegation to the G8 Subgroup on High-Tech Crime.  He has tried cases across the country and has argued 30 appellate cases in the U.S. Courts of Appeals. Most recently, he served as Deputy Chief of the Human Rights and Special Prosecutions Section of the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. At Bulkley Richardson, he will handle complex civil and criminal litigation and responses to government investigations, as well as advise clients in matters of data security and corporate compliance.
J. Lizette Richards

J. Lizette Richards

• Richards, an Associate, joins the firm with significant civil and criminal litigation experience in areas such as mail and wire fraud, tax fraud, and healthcare fraud. In the past, she worked as a New Hampshire public defender, and, during the past seven years, she was an associate at Fierst, Pucci & Kane in Northampton.
Jamie L. Kessler

Jamie L. Kessler

• Kessler, an Associate, previously served for two years as a law clerk and paralegal at Bulkley Richardson.

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