“We’ve been a family business,” Olbres said. “Now we’re adding a level of professional management and strategic thinking to what we do. InterEx is still a family business, but we see that it’s time to make some changes that will help us better serve our clients and compete in the marketplace.”
The company announced new executive and sales positions, as well as a reorganization within company operations. Keith D’Entremont joins from the client side as president, and Martin Paquette moves up to general manager from inside the organization. David Stelly joins the sales team as national account executive, and is based out of InterEx’s Las Vegas office. New salesmen will soon be located in San Francisco, as well as a new Chicago office slated to open in early August.
NEMA appoints Marcoux as membership, advocacy manager
The New England Museum Association today announced the appointment of Sarah Marcoux as membership and advocacy manager, effective July 15.
A resident of Newburyport, Marcoux has worked and volunteered in a variety of museum settings, including Historic New England, Preserve Rhode Island, the Portsmouth Athenaeum and the Museum für Angewandte Kunst (Museum of Applied Arts) in Germany. Over the last two years, she has also acted as chair of the Boston Emerging Museum Professionals group within the American Alliance of Museums.
Most recently, Marcoux was a content project manager for Transparent Language, Inc., where she developed online foreign language education materials. She has a bachelor’s degree in French studies from UNH and a master’s degree in history and museum studies from Tufts.
“Sarah’s strong museum background, along with her excellent project management and interpersonal skills, means she will make a significant contribution to our organization and the museum field,” said NEMA Executive Director Dan Yaeger.
“Her language skills will help NEMA expand its outreach to new audiences, one of our important strategic goals,” Yaeger said.