Crossroads board and staff announcements
SCARBOROUGH – Crossroads, which offers Maine’s most comprehensive treatment for behavioral health with a gender-specific focus, recently elected new members and officers to its board of directors. In addition, the nonprofit agency welcomed four new staff members and promoted six.
Crossroads’ Board of Directors recently welcomed four new members and elected new officers.
Cheryl Goulet of Saco; Tracy Jamison of Scarborough; Bryce Libby of Lewiston; and Leah Sciaba of West Newton, MA, joined the board. Emily Semenchuk of Hollis was elected to president and treasurer. Tim Sample of Portland was elected to vice president.
Crossroads recently welcomed four staff members. Lesley Rawlings, of Kennebunk, joins the Crossroads senior management team as director of development and communications. Alexandra Turchioe of Portland was welcomed to the Boulton Center for Women and Children as a case manager.
Rachel Thurston of Saco was hired as the front desk administrative assistant in Scarborough. Also in Scarborough, Bonnie Datson from Cornish joined Crossroads as a bookkeeper.
Teresa Bendokas-Heinfeld, CADC, of Freeport, and Vivian Trott of New Gloucester, joined the Crossroads senior management team as director of administration and director of accounting respectively. Bendokas-Heinfeld was previously system administrator, while Trott was the assistant finance director. Kristin LaPorte of Gorham became the administrative coordinator in Crossroads’ administrative offices in Scarborough. LaPorte was previously an administrative assistant.
Jennifer Jordan of South Portland was promoted from clinician to clinical supervisor at the Boulton Center for Women and Children in Windham. Also in Windham, Andrea Jahna became the program manager for the Children and Mothers Program. Erin Flaherty of Standish became the house manager for the Back Cove Residential Program in Portland. Flaherty was previously a personal care coordinator.