Business Briefs: CHP adds nurse practicioner to expanded pediatric team

CHP adds nurse to expand pediatric team

Pediatric nurse practitioner Stephanie H. Taylor has been named to Community Health Programs' Great Barrington primary care team.

Taylor has been practicing pediatric and adolescent medicine since 1994. She is a graduate of Yale University School of Nursing, and Smith College and has previously worked at Seaport Community Health Center in Belfast, Maine, in private pediatric practices, at a Head Start program in Maine, at Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, and with the Portland, Maine, City Health Department's STD Clinic.

A resident of Great Barrington, Taylor recently relocated to the Berkshires with her husband, Peter Taylor, the president of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation.


PCTV promotes Tucker, adds new staffer

Matthew Tucker has been promoted to Coordinator of Access Pittsfield, Pittsfield Community Television's public access channel for the city of Pittsfield. Longtime volunteer and former PCTV intern David Wyatt is filling Tucker's vacated position.

In his new role, Tucker will working with the people of Pittsfield to maintain PCTV's current public programming and help develop new shows produced by the community. He attended Westfield State University for mass communications, and joined PCTV in 2007.

Wyatt will teach new PCTV members how to utilize the station's members-drive facilities as well as providing production support for the organization's many community productions. Wyatt was a staff members of Community Television of the Southern Berkshires in Lee while attending high school. He attended Vincennes College to study electronic media.

Banker completes ABA School of Bank Marketing

Berkshire Bank AVP Digital Marketing Officer Mark Pedrotti recently graduated from the American Bankers Association School of Bank Marketing and Management, which took place in June at Emory Conference Center in Atlanta.

The only national school of its kind, the program provides marketers, managers and specialists with an intensive education under the guidance and direction of faculty advisors comprised of professionals.


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