T-SALES in Sudbury hires Smith; Newton-Wellesley Hospital Board of Directors touches two
Danny smith was recently hired as Director of Strategic Markets at Ti-SALES, a Sudbury-based water and wastewater solutions distributor.
His responsibilities include identifying and evaluating complementary product lines to extend Ti-SALES ‘existing solution offerings.
Smith brings over 30 years of experience in the water and wastewater industry. Its expertise in chemical feed equipment and monitoring will help Ti-SALES continue to be a strong resource for municipal water and wastewater customers.
Previously, he was Vice President of Sales at a major New England distributor of fluid handling equipment in the manufacturing and municipal markets.
Emilie Neill, by Natick, and Josh Levy, from Westwood, were recently selected as Co-Chairs of the Newton-Wellesley Hospital Advisory Board.
They began their roles on September 1.
Neill is Senior Managing Director of Robert Half Executive Search. She brings over 30 years of leadership and consulting experience to for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.
Levy is co-founder of Waterstone Properties Group, the second largest retail developer in New England and specializes in mixed-use developments, healthcare, medical villages and offices.
The two will serve as ambassadors for the hospital, advocating for its interests and helping to advance its current initiatives and strategic priorities. The Advisory Board is made up of volunteers who share a passion for the hospital and a keen interest in learning more about its clinical services, programs and goals.
Larry hicks has been appointed to the board of directors of Arch Therapeutics Inc., a Framingham-based developer of self-assembly wound care and bio-surgery devices.
Hicks brings over 30 years of medical device experience with a proven track record of success in marketing, operations and creating shareholder value. He is currently CEO of Healthcare Components Group, a Boston-based global manufacturer of products used in the manufacture and repair of medical devices.
He has held medical device leadership positions at ACMI, Karl Storz Endoscopy and NeuroTherm.
Cam Egan, from Waltham, recently joined The Bulfinch Group, a Needham-based financial services company, as a partner.
He holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Bentley University, where he served on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and the Bentley Investment Group.
The Bulfinch Group works to help protect wealth. Its team of experienced specialists create in-depth assessments on how to maximize cash flow, deliver tax-efficient strategies, and help clients achieve their unique goals.