Will Winslow has been promoted to strategic initiatives and operations manager by UScelluar in New England.

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In this new role, Winslow is responsible for collaborating with the New England leadership team in identifying, developing and executing regional and organizational initiatives. Winslow has more than 15 years of wireless sales experience.

Winslow has been with UScellular for 15 years, most recently serving as the interim area sales manager for northern New England. He began his career with UScellular as a retail wireless consultant in the company’s Bangor store.

He has also served as a sales manager at the company’s Waterville, Brewer and Westbrook stores and as a store manager at the company’s Auburn store. Winslow lives in Westbrook with his wife and their son and daughter. Winslow enjoys adventuring outside with his family.

“Will’s passion and leadership throughout his UScellular journey is inspiring and motivating, and I am excited to have him on our leadership team in New England to help guide our regional initiatives in New England,” said Tabatha McKay, area vice president/general manager for UScellular in New England, according to a news release. “At UScellular, we have friendly, engaged and knowledgeable associates who help customers make the best wireless choices for their needs.”

Rebecca Rice to join Lovejoy Health Center practice

ALBION — The staff at Lovejoy Health Center will welcome Rebecca Rice, clinical social worker, to the practice in May.

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Rice obtained a master’s in social work degree from the University of New England in 2015. Previously she completed an undergraduate degree in pharmacy at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy. She brings experience in outpatient and in-home settings.

Rice will join physician Dean Chamberlain, physician assistants Bobby Keith, Nikki Kimborowicz, and Cory Miller, family nurse practitioners Kaitlynn Read and Keiko Kurita, and clinical social worker Deb Daigle.

Lovejoy Health Center is part of HealthReach Community Health Centers, a group of 11 federally qualified health centers in central and western Maine.

Isaacson & Raymond attorneys and staff join Skelton Taintor & Abbott

AUBURN — Skelton Taintor & Abbott has announced that Ronald Bissonnette, Daniel D’Auteuil Jr. and Emma Burgess Roy and the staff of Isaacson & Raymond, P.A, will join the firm effective July 1.

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Bissonnette brings his expertise in real estate law, including acquisitions, like kind exchanges and leasing. Bissonnette’s practice also includes extensive experience and knowledge of commercial, corporate and business law, and wills and estate planning. D ’Auteuil’s well established practice in real estate, business and corporate law, estate planning, wills, probate and elder law compliments the existing areas of practice at Skelton Taintor & Abbott.

Bissonnette and D’Auteuil bring a combined 60 plus years of experience and legal knowledge to Skelton Taintor & Abbott.

Together with Attorney Roy and their hardworking staff, Bissonnette and D’Auteuil will significantly expand Skelton Taintor & Abbott’s range of legal services offered to the community and further buttress the firm’s reputation for excellence.

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Sarah Mitchell, President of Skelton Taintor & Abbott, said, “Skelton Taintor & Abbott is thrilled to have the attorneys and staff of Isaacson & Raymond join us. Their addition to the firm enhances our ability to serve the legal needs of our clients throughout Maine. Bissonnette and D’Auteuil bring skills and expertise from Isaacson & Raymond that position Skelton Taintor & Abbott to continue its long tradition of excellence. Skelton Taintor & Abbott prides itself on delivering personalized legal services to our clients, and these attorneys share those same values,” according to a release.

Skelton Taintor & Abbott’s main office is located in Auburn and in January 2019, it opened a mid-coast office in Waldoboro.

Barbara Raths promoted by Camden National Bank

Camden National Bank recently promoted Barbara Raths to senior vice president, director of treasury management and government banking. With more than 17 years of cross-sector experience in financial and payment services, Raths is an expert in complex treasury operations, debt and cash management, corporate finance, public finance and international payment risk management. For the past two years, she served as senior vice president, senior treasury management sales advisor and international treasury specialist at the bank, working closely with Susan Giffard who recently announced her retirement from director of treasury management and government banking.

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“We are grateful for Susan’s six years of dedicated service leading our treasury management group and providing invaluable guidance to customers and her team, and we wish her all the best in her retirement,” said Ryan Smith, executive vice president of commercial banking, according to the release. “We’re also very pleased to announce Barbara’s promotion to her new role. An expert and a strong business partner for her clients, she brings passion and a wealth of experience to her work. Barbara has been instrumental in assisting business customers through the COVID-19 pandemic, through direct client support, as well as virtual webinars, thought leadership articles, and internal collaboration to help meet customer needs.”

In her new role, Raths leads corporate, nonprofit and government treasury management business development efforts and delivers innovative treasury management solutions to clients. The Treasury Management team builds relationships with clients operating in a complex payment environment by advising clients on cash management, deposits, payments, liquidity, fraud prevention, foreign exchange and trade finance.

Prior to joining Camden National Bank, Raths served as senior vice president, government banking at People’s United Bank. Raths also has middle-market corporate treasury experience. From 2013 to 2016, she worked as the team lead for treasury at WEX Inc., a high growth publicly-traded multinational payments company with over $1 billion in annual revenue.

Prior to working at WEX Inc., Raths served as the deputy treasurer for the State of Maine for eight years. She also represented the state treasurer on authority and retirement system boards and received the 2007 Maine State Manager of the Year Award for her outstanding leadership in public finance.

Raths received an Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Southern Maine and has a Bachelor of Arts degree with highest honors from Bates College.

She lives in Cape Elizabeth with her husband and their three children.

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