LEWISTON — Directors of Museum L-A have announced that Steven Huber and Mark Tanous have joined the board.
Huber is the private practice owner and clinician at Huber Associates Physical Therapy and Orthotics in Auburn. He has worked in the Twin Cities for over 30 years and is involved as a volunteer in many local, statewide and national organizations.
He has a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from Temple University, has authored many publications and taught several courses throughout the United States. His experience is in small business, strategic planning and fundraising.
He resides in Turner.
Tanous is the managing partner at the Synergy Search Group, a boutique search firm based in Maine. He has more than 20 years’ experience in professional services and business management. Before joining SSG, he was director of client services at Career Management. He has also held senior level positions at Financial Institution Services Corp., Executive Search Group, the Auburn Group International, Management Recruiters International and International Insurance Services.
A graduate of the University of Southern Maine, Tanous holds a bachelor of science degree in industrial technology engineering and an associate of science degree in business. His has knowledge of human resources and experience in fundraising.
Tanous resides in North Turner.
“These individuals will bring an invaluable level of knowledge and expertise in management, relationship building, and leadership that will bring Museum L-A to a new level,” board Chairman John Cleveland said.
Museum L-A is in the Bates Mill Complex at 35 Canal St. It is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday; and by appointment.
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