NH Business Newsmakers: Marquez joins Dartmouth-Hitchcock
Marquez joins Dartmouth-Hitchcock
MANCHESTER — Dartmouth-Hitchcock Manchester recently welcomed its newest provider to the Department of Internal Medicine, Dr. M.T. Charisse Marquez. Marquez received her medical degree from the University of Santo Tomas in Manila, Philippines and completed a residency in internal medicine at Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island/Brown University in Pawtucket, R.I. Her clinical interests include chronic disease management and infectious diseases. She is fluent in Filipino/Tagalog. Marquez will be seeing patients at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Manchester, 100 Hitchcock Way.
Oakley joins Work Opportunities as director
DOVER — Julie Oakley recently joined Work Opportunities Unlimited, a community-based employment service provider, as Seacoast Director. Oakley oversees Work Opportunities Unlimited’s efforts covering Portsmouth, Newington, Hampton, Dover, Somersworth, Rochester, Northwood, Epping, Deerfield and Raymond. She works out of the organization’s Dover office.
Previously, Oakley worked for Walgreens as an operations trainer where she oversaw training and development programs in Maine and eastern New Hampshire. She volunteers with the state Department of Education as an educational surrogate parent.
Fredette named SFC Engineering president
George R. Fredette, P.E., has been named president of SFC Engineering Partnership Inc., a structural, fire protection and civil engineering firm headquartered in Auburn approaching its 20th anniversary.
SFC was founded in 1994 through the merger of Fredette Associates and Cowan & Cricenti Associates. Fredette will succeed Nicholas J. Cricenti Jr., P.E., who has been acting company president for the past 10 years.
A resident of Salem, Fredette is the principal in charge of the civil engineering division. He is a licensed professional engineer and has more than 30 years of engineering experience.