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May 7, 2014

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Dr. Satya Montgomery has been appointed vice president of children’s behavioral health at Lahey Health Behavioral Services in Peabody, where she will oversee community-based programs for families and youth. Previously, Montgomery was part of the Intensive Care Coordinator/Community Services Agency pilot program for the Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership. She has worked in social services and behavioral healthcare for 17 years, and in 2004–2005, she was appointed to the Governor’s Commission on Domestic and Sexual Violence.

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Scott James, vice president for enrollment management and student life at Salem State University, has been named an American Council on Education fellow for the next academic year. Established in 1965, the program is designed to identify and prepare emerging leaders for senior positions in college and university administration. James, a resident of Amesbury, has more than 20 years of higher education experience, including positions at Boston University, Harvard University, Suffolk University and Lesley University.

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Dr. David Toth, an endocrinologist specializing in diabetes and metabolism, recently joined Beverly Hospital’s endocrinology department in the Lahey Outpatient Center at 480 Maple St. in Danvers. Prior to joining Beverly Hospital, Toth practiced at Pentucket Medical Associates in Newburyport. He completed his internal medicine residency at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and an endocrinology fellowship at the University of Virginia.

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Judy Heinrich of Nahant has joined the staff at LuxeBeautiQue in Swampscott. Heinrich has 25 years’ experience performing nail services and specializes in vegan and shellac spa manicures and pedicures.

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Dr. Regina Doherty of Beverly, an occupational therapist who serves as associate professor at MGH Institute of Health Professions, has been inducted as a fellow of the American Occupational Therapy Association. Doherty, the first director of the MGH Institute’s department of occupational therapy, previously held a clinical appointment at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and an academic appointment at the Boston School of Occupational Therapy at Tufts University.

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