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Avesta Housing announces new hires

Posted Dec. 03, 2013, at 9:45 a.m.
Last modified Dec. 03, 2013, at 10:15 a.m.

PORTLAND, Maine — Avesta Housing, northern New England’s largest nonprofit affordable housing developer, has recently hired several people.

Nicole DiGeronimo was hired as a Foreclosure Prevention Housing Counselor in the Avesta HomeOwnership Center. Previously, DiGeronimo worked at York County Community Action in Sanford.

Todd Rothstein was hired as Director of Construction Services. Previously, he worked for Great Falls Construction. In addition, Shreya Shah and Brooks More were hired as Development Officers. Shah was previously working as an Analyst at Carthage Advisors in New York City. More was previously Director of Planning for the Town of Windham.

Avesta hired Nathan Eaton and Kevin Leavitt as Accounting Specialists. Previously, Eaton worked at Clark, Friel and Joyce PA, and Leavitt was previously employed at the Institute for Financial Literacy.

Avesta also hired the following as Property Managers: Abdi Sharif, Heidi Beaulieu and Patty Carson. In addition, Dan Demmons was hired as a Maintenance Technician.

Megan Look was hired as Office Manager. Look previously worked at the Christmas Tree Shoppes. Felicia Mathews was hired as a Receptionist. Previously, she worked as the receptionist for Casey Family Services in Portland.

About Avesta Housing

For more than 40 years, Avesta Housing has provided and advocated for affordable housing. An award-winning agency, Avesta has grown to become the largest nonprofit developer in northern New England and one of the country’s most innovative leaders in affordable housing. Avesta manages a portfolio of more than 1,900 apartments in 31 Maine communities including Portland, Windham, Saco, Rockland and Kennebunk. Visit us at www.avestahousing.org.

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