New Haven Biz-Janaury 4, 2021

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n e w h a v e n b i z . c o m | J a n u a r y 2 0 2 1 | n e w h a v e n B I Z 31 New CEO named for Frontier Communications Frontier Communications Corp., the Norwalk-based provider of phone, video and internet services, will have a new leader in March. Nick Jeffery will serve as its next president and chief executive officer starting March 1. Jeffery will succeed Bernie Han, who will step down as president and CEO after about one year in the position. Han will continue to serve on the company's board of directors to help guide the leadership transition until the company emerges from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, which is expected in early 2021. Jeffery has about three decades of experience in the telecommunications industry, most recently serving as CEO of Vodafone UK since 2016. KeyBank announces staffing changes KeyBank recently made several hires and promotions as part of its ongoing growth strategy in Connecticut and Massachusetts. John Jezowski is a new wealth advisor. Chelsea Brochu has joined as senior experience manager in Hartford. Geoffrey James was promoted to wealth development partner. Brandon McGoldrick is a new senior business banking relationship manager for the Greater Hartford area. Bonnie Addison was promoted to the position of market sales leader. Nutrition-focused nonprofit names new CEO Wholesome Wave, a Bridgeport-based nonprofit that works to make healthy food available to families, has picked Benjamin Perkins to serve as its new CEO. The 13-year- old organization helps connect people nationwide to affordable fruits and vegetables. Prior to joining Wholesome Wave, Perkins worked for the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association. Festival welcomes new programming leader The International Festival of Arts & Ideas has named Malakhi Eason as its new director of programming and community impact. Eason started in his new role on Nov. 16. Eason said he will meet and collaborate with local leaders to develop "original, thought- provoking, and fun events." A Boston native, Eason was most recently programming manager at Omaha Performing Arts, where he curated the Jazz on the Green Series, ranging from intimate cabaret performances to outdoor concerts. Alzheimer's Association names new CT leader The Connecticut chapter of the Alzheimer's Association has promoted Ginny Hanbridge to serve as its new executive director. Hanbridge had served as the Southington-based chapter's director of development for the last year and a half. Hanbridge has more than 20 years of nonprofit experience, including leadership roles at the American Heart Association, National Brain Tumor Society and American Cancer Society. New president for Sikorsky in 2021 Longtime Lockheed Martin executive Paul Lemmo is taking over as president of its Stratford-based subsidiary Sikorsky. Lemmo replaces Dan Schultz, who is retiring. Lemmo started working at Lockheed in 1987, and over the past three decades has had numerous roles there, most recently serving as vice president and general manager of integrated warfare systems and sensors. Nanoviricides Inc. names new board member Shelton-based Nanoviricides Inc., which develops nanomedicines to treat viral diseases, has named Brian Zucker to its board of directors. Zucker is serving as a member of the board's audit, nomination and compensation committees. Zucker is a partner at CFO Financial Partners LLC, which provides outsourced financial services. Liberty Bank names new VP of digital engagement Lizette Nigro has joined Middletown- based Liberty Bank as vice president of digital engagement. Nigro comes to Liberty Bank from Fiserv/Open Solutions Division in Glastonbury and has two decades of experience helping banks and credit unions improve customers' banking experience. This includes using technology and solutions to help institutions attract new customers, increase retention, grow wallet share and be more efficient Real estate firm picks state director Coldwell Banker Realty announced Michael Mangrum has been named the commercial state director for its Connecticut, Florida and Westchester, New York operations. In this role, Mangrum will be responsible for some 100 Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT affiliated agents and will support the activity of more than 400 residential community commercial agents. Mangrum most recently served as Coldwell's commercial director for Northwest and Central Florida. n C - S U I T E John Jezowski Benjamin Perkins Ginny Hanbridge Malakhi Eason Lizette Nigro newhavenBIZ ENEWS For advertising opportunities please contact: Advertising or 908-963-9525 Business news three days a week: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday The region's authoritative B2B enews is now read by over 5,400 business decision makers

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