Business Briefs: May joins Pittsfield Co-op Bank as VP of Marketing

May joins Pittsfield Co-op Bank as VP of Marketing

Victoria A. May has joined the Pittsfield Cooperative Bank as vice president of marketing, according to President and CEO J. Jay Anderson.

A Pittsfield native, May has more than 16 years of local industry experience, and had previously served as assistant vice president, manager of marketing promotions and partnerships for the Greylock Federal Credit Union,

She will oversee marking and public relations for the Pittsfield Cooperative Bank.

May also serves on the boards of directors for The Berkshire Humane Society, Child Care of the Berkshire and WAM Theatre. She resides in Richmond with her husband, Rich, and daughter, Olivia.

Lee native named CEO of major sports company

Lee native Dan Arment has been appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of BRG Sports Inc., of Rosemont, Ill., a corporate holding company of leading brands that design, develop and market innovative sports equipment, protective products, apparel and related accessories.

He is also being promoted to CEO of Riddell Inc., which makes football helmets, pads and other football related equipment.

Arment joined BRG Sports in 2001, and has held a number of leadership roles at both the brand and corporate level, most recently as executive vice president of BRG Sports, a member of BRG Sports Board of Directors, and president of Riddell.

He holds a bachelor's degree in political science from Colgate University, where he played football all four years.


BFAIR promotes Godfrey

Jason Godfrey has been promoted to director of day habilitation at Berkshire Family & Individual Resources (BFAIR).

Godfrey had joined BFAIR in late 2015 as assistant director of employment services. In his new role, Godfrey will be responsible for the day-to-day opeations of the Day Habilitation program and supervision of 20 staff members.

Prior to joining BFAIR, Godfrey was employed for 15 ears as a case manager/social worker at Clinical and Support Otpion in Pittsfield. His work included community outreach to at-risk youth with co-occurring disorders and autism.

He is an Adams resident, and a graduate of the former North Adams State College.


If you'd like to leave a comment (or a tip or a question) about this story with the editors, please email us. We also welcome letters to the editor for publication; you can do that by filling out our letters form and submitting it to the newsroom.

Powered by Creative Circle Media Solutions