LITTLETON -- Indian Hill Music of Littleton, the nonprofit regional center for music education and performance, has announced its roster of board members and Officers for the 2013-14 fiscal year following the organization's Annual Meeting held in June.
Jonathan Panek, of Harvard, was named board chair replacing outgoing Chair Ralph Brown of Stow. Panek is past board chair of the Massachusetts Audubon Society, and serves on the Board of Trustees at Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry in Devens. He was formerly a senior design engineer at Hewlett-Packard.
The roster also includes two new directors: Melissa Maranda, of Fitchburg, and Michael Hallstrom, of Brookline. Maranda is senior vice president of wealth management for Rollstone Bank and Trust. She holds a law degree from UNH School of Law and also sits on the boards of both the Nashua River Watershed Association and Community Health Connections, Inc. Elected as an associate director, Hallstrom is a second-year MBA student at Boston University specializing in marketing, finance, and strategy. He was previously in strategic marketing for Corning Incorporated.
The following retiring directors were acknowledged for their dedicated service: Priscilla Endicott, of Harvard, Melissa Spash Larco, of Acton, Steven Levitsky, of Acton, and Cynthia Sechrest, of Acton. In addition, past-Chairs Ralph Brown, of Stow, and Robert Anderson, of Groton, were named honorary directors.
2013-14 Board Officers:
* Chair, Jonathan Panek, Harvard
* Vice Chair, Jeffrey C.
* Treasurer, Thomas Rosa, Groton
* Clerk, Mary Livingston, Groton
Carolyn Cantrell, Littleton; Faith Cross, Harvard; Armand Diarbekirian, Maynard; Ryan Dunn, Brookline, N.H.; Michael Hallstrom (Associate Director), Brookline; Mary Kaye, Littleton; Michael Knupp, Littleton; Melissa Maranda, Fitchburg; Russ Murray, Groton; Jacqueline A. Normand, Harvard; Jean Notis-McConarty, W. Newton; Carole Prest, Groton; Pamela Resor, Acton; Mark Scheier, Acton; Arthur Shane, Acton; and John Spinello, Chelmsford.