, Salem, MA


September 12, 2012

Business Briefcase


Shauna Whalen has joined the faculty at the Marblehead School of Ballet, where she will teach ballet and jazz. Whalen, who has studied at the Marblehead School of Ballet, Karla Pattavina’s Dance Academy and Jeanette Neil Dance Studio, was the first student to receive a scholarship for modern dance at Roger Williams University. She is a graduate of the Dance Teachers Club of Boston’s teacher training program. Whalen has performed with the Aspen Santa Fe Ballet Company in Colorado.


Peabody resident Christopher Previte

was admitted to Feeley & Driscoll P.C. as a shareholder. Previte has been with the Boston accounting and consulting firm for more than 11 years. He has a bachelor’s degree in accounting, an MBA and a Master of science degree in taxation from Bentley University. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants.


Denise Hammon

was appointed interim president at Marian Court College, a four-year Catholic liberal arts college in Swampscott. For the past two years, Hammon served as dean of academic affairs and student services at Marian Court, where she introduced a new Bachelor of science degree and increased the graduation rate to 76 percent. She has bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Harvard University and a doctorate in law and policy from Northeastern University. Hammon is a trustee of the Massachusetts Maritime Academy and recently served as chairwoman of the board of the American Council on Education Network of Women Leaders in Massachusetts.


Julie Cunningham

has been hired as an account executive at Rhino Public Relations in Hamilton. Previously, she worked as a news producer at NECN. Cunningham has a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication from St. Michael’s College in Vermont.


Danvers resident Thomas Guidi

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