Go Green Global Technologies has appointed Mark A. Del Priore as a member of its board. From 1999 to 2013, Del Priore was a principal in multiple funds managed by the Huff Companies, focused on high yield credit, leveraged loans, distressed debt and private equity.
Hologic, a manufacturer of diagnostics products, medical imaging systems and surgical products has appointed Scott T. Garrett to the company’s newly expanded board of directors. Garrett, an operating partner at Water Street Healthcare Partners, will serve on the company’s corporate development committee.
Recruiting software provider Jobscience has appointed Miranda Nash as the company’s president and member of its board of directors. Nash founded Oxygen Equity, a specialized private equity investment firm, where she recruited and raised money from 20 limited partners, including institutional capital.
Paradigm, a developer of software for the global oil and gas industry, has appointed Arshad Matin as the company’s president and CEO and a member of the board of directors. He will be based in Houston, Texas. Apax Partners is the majority owner of Paradigm.
Ridgeline Energy Services, a technology driven company operating in the waste water industry, has appointed Bruce MacFarlane as a director of the board. MacFarlane is president and a founder of GPO Capital Corp., an alternative investment management company.
TeraGo has announced two additions to the company’s board of directors. Richard Brekka and Jim Sanger were nominated and elected by Second Alpha Partners (formerly Dolphin Equity Partners), a private equity firm which holds the two outstanding Class B Shares of TeraGo, a Canadian telecommunications company.