Joseph Begin, of South Portland, was promoted to manager in the tax practice at
Baker Newman Noyes. He has been with the firm since 2014. He provides tax
planning and compliance services primarily for individuals and closely held
businesses, including S-Corporations, partnerships, and LLCs.
Zoe Adkins was named head coach of Saint Louis University’s field hockey
program. She previously led the program at Franklin Pierce University in New
Hampshire, where she also earned a master’s in sport management.
Closer to campus, Lisa Daniel and her husband, David, opened a doggy daycare
business in Old Town. For photos of her business and the satisfied canine
customers, see Four Paws Farm on Facebook.
Kathryn Eaton is now manager of stakeholder development for Health eVillages,
a nonprofit that brings mobile medical diagnostic technology to rural areas of the
U.S. and beyond. She joined Health eVillages after graduation, working as the
organization’s program manager.
Ethan West wrote that he is “merging his upbringing as a farmer with his MBA
education from the University of Maine in Orono and Chaminade University to
deliver on his deep-rooted commitment to sustainable agriculture. Ethan has
worked for years to improve Hawaii’s food system and food security while
decreasing our dependence on imported goods.” He was recently named "Young
Professional of the Year" by Pacific Edge Magazine, and his company, Punahele
Provisions, was named a finalist for “Best New Business”
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