The power of our board comes through the diversity of views. Our board of directors officially voted to add four new board members and we are so excited to have them lending their voices to our leadership.
Starting their term on July 1, 2022, as we begin our 25th anniversary as a non-profit, CFTEA is excited to announce the following new board members!
Arielle Darling (Androscoggin Bank)
As AVP, Senior Training Specialist, Arielle brings a wealth of experience from the learning and development field and recently served on the Board of Directors for the Association for Talent Development (ATD) Maine Chapter as VP of Communications. She is currently a student at St. Joseph’s College and is pursuing a Master’s degree in Adult Education. Arielle has been a guest speaker at CFTEA Leaders Conferences and active on the CFTEA Community Advisory Council. Arielle is scheduled to work with the Board Marketing & Communications Committee.
Pete Joslin (Northeast Credit Union)
As the AVP of Learning and Development, Pete has a Master’s of Science in Organizational Leadership from Southern New Hampshire University, along with a Graduate Certificate in Diversity & Inclusion from Cornell University. He connected with CFTEA’s mission and believes strongly in removing barriers to education to provide opportunities to all. Pete is scheduled to work with the Board Education Committee.
Amy Marshall (Norway Savings Bank)
As the AVP, Learning and Development Retail Business Partner, Amy brings 23 years of experience, holds an Associates Degree from CMCC in Business Management, and has served on the CFTEA council for a number of years. Amy is scheduled to work with the Board Education Committee.
Lisa Thomas (Gorham Savings Bank)
As the AVP, Learning and Development Officer, Lisa brings a rich background in learning and development. Her education has continued with Training and Development degrees from the University of Southern Maine (USM) and has been involved in CFTEA Community Advisory Councils for a number of years. Always happy to bring CFTEA to the table when discussing training options, Lisa is scheduled to work with the Board Education Committee.