Berkshire Community College Announces New Staff

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PITTSFIELD, Mass — Berkshire Community College (BCC) announced the addition of four new full-time staff members, as well as an employment status change for one staff member.   

New staff  

Nick Delmolino joins BCC as Executive Director of Institutional Advancement, where he will support the fundraising efforts of the Berkshire Community College Foundation. He will work to continue to strengthen relationships in the community to help achieve annual and long-term fundraising goals. Delmolino, a Berkshire County native, has returned to Pittsfield after spending the past 18 years living in Jackson Hole, Wyo. While in Jackson Hole, he was Director of Advancement at Teton Raptor Center and previously the Senior Director of Marketing and Communications at Teton Science Schools. Delmolino attended BCC and went on to earn his bachelor of arts degree in sociology from Western New England University. 
Bill Jennings joins BCC as Director of Information Technology. Jennings most recently worked for more than 14 years at Iredale Cosmetics in Great Barrington. He started his career there as the Systems Administrator, moving up to Infrastructure Manager and eventually IT Manager, a role he served for the past seven years. At Iredale, Bill created the help desk and was part of the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementation team. He has more than 30 years of IT experience, including serving as Manager of IT Support and Customer Service at Workshoplive and as System Administrator at Starbase Technologies, both in Pittsfield, MA. Jennings holds a bachelor of science degree in business and marketing from the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut. He lives in Pittsfield with his wife Cindy, daughter Zoe, and two dogs, Luke and Lacey.  
Tom Spiro joins BCC as Clerk IV for the Supporting Urgent Community College Equity through Student Services (SUCCESS) Program. Stationed in the One Stop Center, Spiro is part of a team that provides assistance to students and potential students with logistical administrative information. Spiro comes to BCC from UMass Amherst's Alumni Relations Office; previously, he was Program Coordinator in the 2+2 Program at Elms College. He holds a master's degree in Natural Resource Management from Antioch New England Graduate School in Keene, New Hampshire, and a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from SUNY Oneonta. Spiro lives in Worthington with his wife and two cats in the yard. 
Sabrina Squires joins BCC as a Library Assistant III for Circulation. A resident of Averill Park, New York, Squires graduated from Nazareth College of Rochester in 2018 with a bachelor of arts in Peace and Justice Studies and Religious Studies. She most recently worked as Circulation Coordinator for the Neil Hellman Library at The College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York, where she served a diverse group of students, staff and faculty. In her spare time, Squires enjoys live music and playing old video games. 

Updated employment status  

Sean Reagan, formerly an Academic Counselor for BCC's Academic Advising Team, is now as an Academic Counselor for Allied Health. Prior to joining BCC in November 2021, he taught English and Journalism at Holyoke Community College for ten years. He is a graduate of Saint Michael's College, Western New England University School of Law and holds an M.F.A. from Goddard College.  

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General Dynamics Seeks Small-Business Connections

By Brittany PolitoiBerkshires Staff

Congressman Neal says there are more than 133,000 Massachusetts residents employed by small businesses in the state. 

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — General Dynamics Mission Systems gathered around 75 small businesses and professional organizations at the Berkshire Innovation Center on Monday for a day of making connections.

The event titled "Innovating for The Future" sought to expand the company's supply chain in the state and further GD's relationship with the community by strengthening the local industrial sector.  

"I think one of our main objectives today is to make connections. Make connections between General Dynamics and all of the folks we have here representing the various companies, we have several of the General Dynamics companies represented," Vice President of Supply Chain Management Ann Rusher said.

"So getting our message out as to what our needs are and what would be important for small businesses to be able to support us and making the connections than with the small business, what are their capabilities and where do they want to go, everyone's on their own respective growth journeys, and then how do we make the connection so that we can follow up and actually find ways to work together and to help each other and collaborate on the hard problems that we are facing right now."

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