Topsfield resident Sarah Powers
has been named director of admission at St. John’s Prep in Danvers. Previously she was associate director of admission at the Pingree School in Hamilton, where she also worked as a college counselor and director of alumni relations. Powers has a bachelor’s degree in history from Dartmouth College, where she was the starting goaltender on the school’s NCAA Final Four lacrosse team. She serves as head coach and program director for Synergy Lacrosse and co-president of the New England Prep School Women’s Lacrosse Association.
Beverly native Nancy MacDowell
joined J. Barrett & Company’s Gloucester office as a real estate agent. MacDowell is involved with the Rockport Garden Club and was a longtime member of the Historic District Commission.
of Middleton joined the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Topsfield as a sales associate. He also serves as vice president of the Middleton Board of Trade.
Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett
was elected vice president of the National District Attorneys Association. Blodgett previously served as a director-at-large. He is one of 10 vice presidents and will serve for three years. Blodgett has served as district attorney for more than nine years.
was named managing director of Salem-based Major League Investments, Inc., a family office serving professional athletes, celebrities and other affluent people. Coon is a former state representative and House minority whip . He has worked as a chief of staff for the Registry of Motor Vehicles, and as executive director of the Massachusetts Republican Party. Coon earned a bachelor’s degree and M.B.A. from Babson College.
Susan Sinrich, a Jack Conway Company real estate agent in Swampscott, was awarded the Tops in Listings and Sales awards at the firm’s midyear awards breakfast.