NH Business Newsmakers: Downs joins Quadlyfe
MANCHESTER — Quadlyfe, a technology startup focused on providing a mobile marketing platform to universities and private secondary schools, hired Christopher Down as director of product development. The company’s cloud-based app is aimed at helping admissions professionals more easily identify, connect and communicate with potential and current students and their parents.
MANCHESTER — Kira Morehouse has joined wedu’s client services team as account manager. She will help create and execute advertising and marketing campaigns, in both traditional and digital spaces, for clients such as the Mass Save, New Hampshire Liquor Commission, CCA Global Partners, Elliot Health System and others.
AMHERST — Matt Manseau has joined the project management staff of Fulcrum Associates. Manseau brings 10 years of hands on construction project management and estimating experience to his position.
DOVER — Lynn C. Wronkowski has joined Leddy Group as risk manager. She provides risk management support, manages workers’ compensation claims, evaluates safety risks, provides safety training, and supports the human resources team. Wronkowski previously worked as a benefits/compliance specialist at RiverWoods. Wronkowski is active in several professional organizations, including the Seacoast Human Resource Association and The Society for Human Resource Management.
AMHERST — Jenna A. Halvatzes has joined First Colebrook Bank’s Amherst branch as assistant branch manager.
Halvatzes studied business administration at the University of Southern Maine and joins First Colebrook Bank with more than six years of bank industry experience. Most recently, she was a loan documentation specialist. Halvatzes joined the profession as a customer sales representative for TD Bank, and later served as senior customer service representative and personal banker for Centrix Bank.
MOULTONBOROUGH — Donnybrook Home Services LLC, a property management company that serves the Lakes Region, is now a distributor of aerators and fountains manufactured by Power House Inc., of Owings Mills, Md., according to Don Muscavitz Jr., founder and CEO of Donnybrook.
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