Barrington Stage board names heads
Mary Ann Quinson has been elected chairman and Marita O’Dea Glodt president of the Barrington Stage Company’s board of trustees, the theater company has announced.
The board also elected Rosita Sarnoff vice president, Heather Nolin secretary and Ira Yohalem treasurer.
Quinson, who served as the board’s founding president for the past 19 years, has transitioned to the newly created position of chairman. Glodt, who served as senior vice president, chief human resource officer of Neiman Marcus Group Inc. until her retirement in 2011 and joined the BSC Board as vice president that same year.
Greylock Insurance VP Marion awarded CPCU
Jay Marion, the assistant vice president of Greylock Insurance Agency, has been awarded the professional insurance designation of Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU®).
The award was made by The Institutes, an educational organization, which confers the CPCU designation on those who complete eight rigorous courses and examinations and meet its ethics and experience requirements. All CPCUs are required to maintain and to improve their professional knowledge, skills and competence through their commitment to the CPCU Code of Professional Conduct.
Marion resides in Pittsfield with his wife, Kelly and is the father of two grown sons and two stepsons.
Bryan is exec. director
at N.M. Land Trust
Martha Bryan of Mill River has been hired as executive director of the New Marlborough Land Trust a newly created position for the previously all-volunteer organization.
Bryan had been co-president of the Land Trust and a member of its board of directors since 2003.
She has been an active member of the New Marlborough community for 25 years, and has worked professionally for 20 years as a landscape designer and a grower. Bryan holds a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Massachusetts and was the owner of Shady Gate Gardens, a specialty retail plant nursery.
At its annual meeting on Oct. 26, the NMLT also dedicated the unique suspension footbridge at Thousand Acre Swamp in Southfield in honor of outgoing co-president Richard R. Stebbins.