Jimar Wilson, vice president and community investment officer at Boston Private, has been appointed to the Advisory Council for the Master of Arts in Nonprofit Management program at Antioch University Los Angeles. The program prepares students for careers in nonprofit management and leadership at all types of nonprofit organizations.
Wilson is an alumnus of the African-American Board Leadership Institute, which recruits, prepares and places African Americans on a wide range of governing boards.
Craig L. Collins has been appointed senior vice president of commercial sales and operations for the West Region of Frontier Communications Corporation.
Collins will lead commercial business development and expansion initiatives for California, Oregon and Washington from the company’s West Coast headquarters. He has more than 24 years of senior leadership experience in the communications and technology industry with companies such as Time Warner Cable, XO Communications, Intermedia, Bell Atlantic and AT&T.
Prior to joining Frontier Communications, Collins served as president of business services for Time Warner Cable’s western region. During his tenure, he provided strategic direction and operational management for sales, marketing, product management, customer care and service delivery to businesses of all sizes.
Compiled by Anne Artley.
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