Senior Whole Health
, a health insurance company focusing on seniors eligible for both Medicaid and Medicare, has named Meg Wallingford president.
Wallingford, who has been with SWH since its inception in Massachusetts in 2004, says she plans to continue the company’s growth in upstate New York and wants to take the company to other states.
While she was fortuitously working in Massachusetts when SWH started up, Wallingford is from the Capital Region and went to private school here before heading to Boston for college.
We take a more in-depth look at Wallingford’s career and plans in this week’s In the Spotlight in the print edition.
Other career news this week includes Sano-Rubin Construction
. The Albany company has hired Joshua Galarneau as a project manager and promoted James Dean to project executive. Galarneau, a licensed structural engineer, previously worked for Galarneau Builders. Before his promotion, Dean’s title at Sano-Rubin was senior project manager.
CHA in Albany hired Jeffrey Malo as a health and safety specialist. Malo has 20 years’ experience in regulatory compliance and training.
in Latham added Kenneth Klenotiz as construction manager. In his last job, Klenotiz worked on flood-control projects in New Orleans.
EnergyNext in Saratoga Springs hired Elliot Easton as an energy consultant. Easton will work on projects involving higher education. Easton, an energy consultant, helped write the State University of New York’s
sustainability policy and manage SUNY’s Energy Buying Group.
In health care, Adirondack Cardiology
in Queensbury added Dr. Gregory Kelly. Kelly previously spent 12 years in private practice. Adirondack Cardiology is part of Glens Falls Hospital.
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