Brandt Wajda Alison Howard Hopedale Milford Natick construction real estate


Brandt wajda, from Hopedale, has been appointed Project Director for Commodore Builders’ Boston-based Strategic Projects Group.

He brings nearly 23 years of relevant experience, particularly in contract execution, project pricing and subcontractor procurement.

Wajda previously worked at NEI General Contractor, where he held the positions of Senior Project Manager and Project Director. He also worked at Consigli Construction, Toll Brothers and Guerriere & Halnon Inc.

Originally from Milford, he holds a civil engineering degree from UMass Dartmouth.


Alison howard, from Medfield, was hired as Director of Marketing at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Commonwealth Real Estate, a Natick-based full-service real estate brokerage firm which is a division of Commonwealth Realty Group, LLC.


She is responsible for developing an overall organizational marketing strategy, including the management of new and existing marketing programs and the design and execution of services and strategies to drive growth.

Howard brings marketing experience in the areas of venture capital, high tech marketing and agency advertising. His previous employers include Zozimus and Highland Capital Partners.


Jeanine Hamilton, of Waltham, was appointed to the board of directors of Operation ABLE, a Boston-based not-for-profit provider of training programs and employment services.

Jeanine Hamilton.

Hamilton has over 25 years of staffing and recruiting experience. She created Hire Partnership in 2008, a leading employment agency, recruiting firm and temporary help agency in Boston.

Prior to launching his own business, Hamilton was Senior Vice President of Client Operations for a national organization. She also sits on Operation ABLE’s employee advisory committee.


Marianne Kitchenka, from Maynard, joined the Middlesex Digestive Health & Endoscopy Center in Acton to help with bookkeeping and office management.

Kitchenka came to Middlesex Digestive as a client, and the firm learned that she was suitable for a vacant position as Medical Secretary / Referral Specialist.

Since its inception in 2006, Middlesex Digestive has grown from a workforce of five to 60, including a number of physicians with decades of experience in gastroenterology, psychiatry, and specialist fields such as IBD, celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, weight management, cancer screening and management of GERD. .


Dr Guy Fish, CEO of Grand Lawrence Family Health Centers, has been added to the board of directors of Arch Therapeutics Inc., a Framingham-based distributor and developer of bio-surgical and self-assembly wound care devices.

He brings several years of experience and expertise as an operator, investor, board member and advisor to numerous healthcare and biotechnology companies.

Fish holds a medical degree and an MBA from Yale University. He previously obtained a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Harvard University.


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