Cort J. Williams (right) will become president of the sales organization at Interactive Data Corp., a Bedford-based provider of financial market data, analytics, and related services. Williams, who is currently senior vice president of Interactive Data's Major Accounts and Business Development Groups, will transition into his new role when, as previously announced, Raymond D'Arcy, president of sales and marketing, becomes Interactive Data's president and chief executive during the first half of 2009.
Paul H. Wilson Jr. will become the executive vice president, general counsel and secretary of First Wind Holdings LLC, a Newton wind power company. Wilson will oversee the company's legal affairs and manage its legal team. Before joining First Wind, Paul Wilson was a senior corporate partner at the New York law firm of Debevoise & Plimpton LLP.
Barry Turnbull has joined BioBridges LLC as principal consultant. The Wellesley firm manages clinical trials in a wide range of therapeutic areas. Turnbull will provide statistical consulting services, including clinical trial design and protocol development as well as biostatistical and data management oversight to BioBridges' client portfolio. In addition, Turnbull will head the firm's Biostatistical Insourcing Program, a new client offering from BioBridges. Prior to joining BioBridges, Turnbull was a principal staff member at BattelleCRO, formerly CareStat, located in Newton.
Paul J. Vaccaro will become the vice president of enrollment management and marketing at Regis College, a Catholic co-educational college in Weston. Vaccaro, who is scheduled to start his new job Feb. 2, comes to Regis College from Dean College in Franklin, where he served as assistant vice president of enrollment services and dean of admission.
Andrew Frawley has joined the Epsilon as president of digital services. Epsilon, a marketing services firm, is owned by Alliance Data Systems Corp. of Dallas. Frawley will be based in Wakefield. Before joining Epsilon, Mr. Frawley founded and led a company called Exchange Applications, which specialized in marketing automation technologies.
(By Chris Reidy, Globe staff)