AUGUSTA — Spectrum Generations has announced several recent staffing changes.

Diane Woodworth, a certified fundraising executive with more than 25 years of experience in the field, has been hired as development director.

A graduate of University of Maine, Augusta, Woodworth was director of philanthropy and public affairs at Mount Desert Hospital and development manager at The Jackson Laboratory, and most recently director of development for the New Hampshire Humanities Council in Concord, N.H.

Julie Sexton has been hired as volunteer manager/grant writer. Sexton, of Winthrop, received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maine, Farmington. She was previously employed by Franklin Memorial Hospital as development assistant.

Rachel McAllian was hired as a Bridges Help at Home personal services supervisor. McAllian received a bachelor’s degree in health care management from Husson University and previously worked at the MaineCare Pharmacy Help Desk. She has volunteered for the Red Cross and was involved with organizing relief packages sent to Haiti.

She will supervise Bridges Help at Home services in the southern Kennebec area.

Amanda Simonds was recently promoted to Adult DayBreak activities aide at the community centers in Hallowell and Waterville. Simonds, whose previous position was as a personal services specialist with the Bridges Help at Home Division, has a bachelor’s degree in social work.

Lynn Boardway has been hired as consumer information specialist. Boardway help connect consumers with programs, services, and referral sources needed to remain independent in their own homes.

For more information, call 800-639-1553.