People Plus, Brunswick announced the election of two new members to its Board of Trustees for 2014: Carol Taylor Aderman, Financial Advisor, Abenaki Retirement, Atlantic Regional Federal Credit Union; and Mitchell Brown, Office of Institutional Advancement, University of New England.
"People Plus is honored to welcome Carol Taylor Aderman and Mitchell Brown as new Board Trustees. Each brings new and diverse skills and experience to our group of dedicated volunteers. I look forward to working with each of them,” said Stacy Frizzle, Executive Director of People Plus.
Carol Taylor Aderman is a Financial Advisor at Abenaki Retirement located at Atlantic Regional Federal Credit Union. Prior to that she spent 3 years at Morgan Stanley and before that 24 years at Norstar/Fleet/Bank of American working in their Private Bank in Portland. Carol was originally from Bowdoin, Maine and attended Brunswick High School so she is delighted to be back in this area again. She lives with her husband, Craig, in Freeport along with their cat, Buckwheat, adopted from the Midcoast Shelter.
Carol is on the Development Committee for MidCoast Hospital, chairs the Professional Advisory Committee at Midcoast Hospital and is a member of the Brunswick Rotary noon club. Craig and she have recently rejoined the Brunswick Golf Course and she looks forward to playing poorly there next summer.
Mitchell Brown grew up in San Diego and lived most of his young life in southern California, earning his Bachelor's degree from UCLA and a Master's in Education from National University. After a while in Florida, his wife, two daughters, and he moved to Brunswick in the summer of 2013 and immediately fell in love with this community. Mitchell works in the Office of Institutional Advancement at the University of New England and his wife, Holly, is an Acupuncture Physician practicing in Brunswick and Bath.