* Dr. Steven L. Haddad, Senior Attending Physician with Illinois Bone & Joint In

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* Dr. Steven L. Haddad, Senior Attending Physician with Illinois Bone & Joint In


* Dr. Steven L. Haddad, senior attending physician with Illinois Bone & Joint Institute in Glenview, is the new president of the American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society. In addition, Haddad will serve on the board of directors of the Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Outreach & Education Fund. Haddad is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who specializes in ankle replacement surgery, complex ankle reconstruction, foot and ankle deformity correction, and ankle arthritis management. He is also an educator and researcher, and has served as Principal Investigator in an FDA protocol and in numerous clinical and basic science research studies. Haddad has served in leadership positions and as faculty member and course developer for AOFAS and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. He has edited or coedited eight books and journals and wrote or co-authored more than 50 journal articles and book chapters. He has given hundreds of scholarly presentations worldwide, including in Australia, South America, South Africa and throughout North America and Europe.

* Alliant Credit Union has appointed Meredith Ritchie vice president, general counsel and chief ethics and compliance officer. For the past 6 years, Ritchie has served as associate general counsel for Alliant, an $8.2 billion credit union based in Chicago. Ritchie graduated from Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y., and received her law degree from DePaul University College of Law in Chicago. She has worked as a litigator in private practice and as a prosecutor, and subsequently served as deputy general counsel for an Illinois state agency. Ritchie also served as corporate counsel in Accenture's State and Local Government practice. Ritchie currently serves on the American Bar Association Credit Union Committee, the Alliant Credit Union Foundation board of directors and the Coalition of Women's Initiatives in Law. She is a former Director of the Illinois Bar Foundation and the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services Foundation and previously chaired both the Young Lawyer's Division and the Women in the Law Committee of the Illinois State Bar Association.

* Ridgestone Bank, based in Schaumburg and Brookfield, Wis., has named Stephen Barratt as vice president, portfolio manager/team leader to its Illinois office. Barratt will support Ridgestone's growth in SBA lending and provide diversified loan options to its customers in the Chicago area market. As part of Ridgestone's management team, Barratt will lead customer service/portfolio managers while servicing the bank's extensive commercial loan portfolio. These responsibilities include annual loan reviews, extensions and restructuring, site visits and collections. He has more than 35 years of extensive secured lending experience including structuring, approving, managing and marketing commercial loan accounts. He is experienced in many types of transactions including SBA and USDA guaranteed loans, asset-based loans, acquisitions, leveraged buyouts and workout loans.

* Buck Consultants Chicago Market Leader Gregg Olalde has been elected to the Human Resources Management Association of Chicago's board of directors. Robert Davis, senior vice president and chief human resources officer for the American Medical Association, will serve as chairman for 2013-2014. Olalde has led the Buck Consultants Chicago office since the beginning of 2012. Buck is a Xerox-owned human resource and benefits consulting firm supported by more than 1,500 employees worldwide. He joined Buck after holding various management and strategic consulting roles at Mercer, Ernst & Young and Hewitt Associates. He spent more than 16 years at Mercer as a global account executive and former Chicago market leader, providing service for clients such as Sara Lee, Caterpillar, Bosch and Coca-Cola Bottling Company. Olalde holds a bachelor's degree in finance from Northern Illinois University and an MBA from DePaul University.

* Nyberg & Cassioppi LLC recently added attorneys Kevin Coyne and Ann Matthews as partners in the Naperville law firm. …

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