Following nine years of rapid growth, Cousins Maine Lobster is investing in deepening its connection to the industry in Maine with the announcement of its newest hire, Annie Tselikis. Tselikis is a 15-year veteran of Maine’s lobster industry and has worked with commercial fishing associations, for lobster wholesalers, and since 2014 has served as the executive director of the Maine Lobster Dealers’ Association. Her experience includes marketing Maine lobster, industry advocacy and government affairs, and economic development. Tselikis will join her cousin, Sabin Lomac, and brother, Jim Tselikis, in the family’s successful lobster food truck and restaurant business.
Norway Savings Bank announced that Larissa Darcy has recently accepted the position of vice president of commercial lending, based out of the Congress Street office in Portland and servicing business relationships throughout Cumberland County. Darcy comes to Norway Savings with more than 20 years of community banking experience. She attended Regis College, where she studied psychology and legal studies and obtained her bachelor’s degree. In her spare time, she has served as president and a board member of the Brunswick Development Corporation for the past 10 years. Darcy also serves on the Mid Coast Parkview Health Services Finance Committee.
Wright-Pierce has hired Jason Gallant to the firm. Gallant is a structural engineer with nearly 25…