Business Briefs: Pittsfield native Woodin named principal at design firm

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Pittsfield native named principal at design firm

Pittsfield native Scot Woodin has been promoted to principal at Drummey Rosane Anderson Inc., a Waltham-based architecture firm that is the project design firm for the new Taconic High School.

The son of the late Robert and Elizabeth Woodin of Pittsfield, Scot was a student in Taconic's vocational drafting program and went onto study architecture at Pratt Institute and the Boston Architectural College, from which he earned a bachelor of architecture degree. He graduated from Taconic in 1983.

A licensed architect in both Massachusetts and Connecticut, Woodin is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the Boston Society of Architects, and the Council of Educational Facility Planners International.

Also promoted to principal at Drummey Rosane Anderson is Vladimir Lyubetsky, the project manager for the new Taconic High School. He joined DRA in 1995, and has over 25 years of architectural experience.

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Boyd, MacDonald join Berkshire Taconic Board

Ellen Casey Boyd of West Stockbridge and Michael E. MacDonald of Pittsfield have joined the board of directors of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation.

Boyd has served as event coordinator of the Literacy Network of South Berkshire, as director of development at the Starlight Children's Foundation of New England and manager of corporate relations at the American Cancer Society's Eastern Division. She lives full-time in West Stockbridge with her husband and two children.

MacDonald is executive vice president and general counsel of Petricca Industries of Pittsfield, a concrete products manufacturer. He previously served as an associate at Cook & Shepard and as a partner at the law firm of Cain, Hibbard, Myers & Cook. Active in community affairs, MacDonald has also served as president of the Berkshire Theatre Group, Downtown Pittsfield Inc., and Downtown Investment Company.

Thaddeus Gray of Lakeville, Conn. and Richard Weininger of Claverack, N.Y. have also joined the BTCF board.

Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation (BTCF) is a tax-exempt public charity founded in 1987, created by and for the people of the Berkshire Taconic region.


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