Environmental attorney Michael P. Carvalho has joined the Board of Directors of Salem Sound Coastwatch. Carvalho has more than 25 years of experience specializing in matters involving the federal Clean Water Act and environmental risk management. He is the past chairman of the National Council for Science and the Environment, where he recently represented the United Nations Environment Program for North America before the UN Environment Assembly in Nairobi, Kenya. Salem Sound Coastwatch’s mission is to protect and improve the environmental quality of Salem Sound and its watershed.
Danvers resident Bill Hebert Jr. has been named vice president of student affairs at North Shore Community College. Hebert has previously served as senior vice president for educational services at the Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities; creator and director of the Office of Central Advising at UW-Milwaukee and campus dean for student affairs and enrollment management at the University of Wisconsin-Marathon County. He has served on the board of Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Dane County; the Carter G. Foundation and the Governor’s Higher Education Aids. He is also founder, CEO and current board chairman of the Wisconsin Streak Select Youth Organization.
Jonathan Miller of South Hamilton and Bryan Satter of Ipswich have joined the staff at Clark School, a private school in Rowley. Previously an elementary and middle school teacher at Landmark School, Miller is a fifth- and sixth-grade teacher at Clark. Satter, who worked for years as a substitute teacher in the Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District, teaches in Clark’s learning center for students in fourth through sixth grade.
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