Boston – Commodore Builders announced that Andy Timofeev has been named director of business development for the Life Sciences Group; Tima Maclaurin has been named director of business development for the company’s Institutional and Public Groups; and Carol Roby has been named as the company’s first-ever director of learning and development.
Bringing nearly 20 years of experience to the position, Timofeev will work closely with Vice President, Project Executive Life Sciences Jason Theberge to develop and explore new business opportunities for the Life Sciences Group.
In her position, Maclaurin will work closely with Vice President, Institutional Group Leader Lisa Ulbrich and Public Group Leader Jim DiMarzio to develop and explore new business opportunities and prospects in the institutional sector, which includes schools, recreational centers and public buildings.
Roby brings 25 years of relevant experience in the learning and development space to her new position. She is also responsible for the development of three start-up companies: Talent Trust, Impact Seat, and Advoqt. At Advoqt, Roby helped to open a learning academy for women, veterans and people of color interested in entering the field of cyber security.
Prior to joining Commodore Builders, Timofeev worked for Process Design Solutions, a biotech engineering consulting firm based in Waltham, where for seven years he was responsible for business development, marketing, account management and recruiting.
Previously, Timofeev worked at Takeda Engineering Group for six years as part of the team that built out the lab and cGMP facilities on its Lexington campus. After graduating from Boston University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Timofeev’s first professional experience was with Pfizer, where he spent six years taking on increasingly responsible roles in engineering and project engineering groups.
Maclaurin, who has spent the last 20 years of her career focusing on business development in the construction industry, most recently worked for Fulcrum Associates, a construction management firm based in New Hampshire.
Prior to Fulcrum, Maclaurin was the director of business development for Chapman Construction. From environmental contamination, to design engineering and construction, Maclaurin has had a significant role in the growth of each of the companies she has represented.
Prior to joining Commodore Builders, Roby most notably worked with Forum, a people and leadership development company.