two new VPs
Donna Bishop has been appointed vice president of commercial lines, and Matt Genova has been named vice president of agency operations at Coakley, Pierpan, Dolan & Collins, accor-
ding to CDPC President Tim Dolan. CPDC is a Division of MountainOne Bank.
Bishop joined CPDC is 2002 as a commercial lines account manager, serving most recently as insurance operations manager. She has over 30 years
in the insurance industry.
In her new position, Bishop will be responsible for servicing the agency’s largest commercial accounts, as well as for managing the commercial lines operations team.
Genova joined CPDC in 2009 as a commercial lines account executive. In his new role, he will be responsible for all personal lines operations, information technology, as well as agency marketing and support functions.
Campoli & Montelone name new partner
Attorney Matthew Mozian has been made a partner in the law firm of Campoli & Montelone. His practice involves the areas
of civil litigation and commercial transactions.
Prior to join-
ing Campoli & Monteleone
in March 2007, Mozian worked in the New York City area for the criminal trial bureau of The Legal Aid Society. He also served in the corporate and securities department in the New York City office of a global law firm.
Berkshire Chamber launching roundtable
The Berkshire Chamber of Commerce is launching a mon-
thly roundtable for women who are interested in taking their businesses to the next level.
The initial information session will take place on Wednesday at 1Berkshire’s Central Station, 66 Allen St. The hours are 9-to-10:30 a.m. All women businesses owners are invited to attend.
Facilitated by Cathy Crosky of Charter Oak Consulting and Women Up Front, plans call for the roundtable to consist of 12-to-15 non-competing businesses throughout Berkshire County. Topics will include expanding business growth, supporting and challenging one another, and using the collective wisdom of the group to generate learning.
Registration: www.berkshire chamber.com; (413) 499-4000 ext. 126.
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