People on the Move

By Hill, Natalie | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA), February 22, 2015 | Go to article overview

People on the Move


Hill, Natalie, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)


Architecture

VEBH Architects said Thomas C. Stanko and John C. Reid were promoted to senior associates, and Jacklyn M. Dunn to an associate.

IKM Inc. announced that the following individuals have advanced to the level of associate: Matthew Hansen, Steven Watson and Douglas Lieb.

Associations & Organizations

Martin Gaynor, the E. J. Barone Professor of Economics and Health Policy at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College, was selected to the National Academy of Social Insurance.

Education

The Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh's Swanson School of Engineering named Kristi S. Anseth as recipient of the 2015 Bayer Distinguished Lectureship. Ms. Anseth is the Tisone Distinguished Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Associate Professor of Surgery, and Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator at the University of Colorado-Boulder Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, and a member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, the National Academy of Engineering, and the National Academy of Sciences.

Foundations

Board officers for 2015 for Brother's Brother Foundation Board of Trustees were named: Re-elected to their previous positions were president: Luke L. Hingson and medical director: Deborah K. McMahon, M.D., University of Pittsburgh. Newly elected officers include: chairman: Thomas L. Wentling, Jr., UBS Financial Services, Inc; vice chair: Charles J. Stout, D.B. Root & Co.; secretary: John P. Tymitz, Institute for Shipboard Education-retired; treasurer: Louann Tronsberg-Deihle, Koppers, Inc. New voting trustees include: Daniel Delaney, Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, PC; Garry Garrison, Eckerd Drug Division of JC Penney-retired; Amy Hammer, Hammer Associates, LLC; Graham Johnstone, M.D., Greater Pittsburgh Orthopaedic Associates-retired; Cynthia Kilgore, Inova Health Systems-retired; Macrina Lelei, University of Pittsburgh U.C.I.S; and John Reba, Hefren-Tillotson, Inc. New advisory trustees include: Chronis Manolis, UPMC Insurance Services Division; and William M. Swartz, M.D.

Marketing

Karen Kirk joined Smith Brothers as executive administrator. She is also the client liaison for all business events held at the Left Field Meeting Space.

Nonprofit

The Western Pennsylvania Region of the American Red Cross announced that Sherri Stitt was appointed as major gifts officer in its development office..

The following individuals joined the Pressley Ridge board of directors - Christopher Amar, Gashaw Abebe and Amberson Bauer. Mr. Amar is counsel at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC. Mr. Abebe is an executive leader with more than 30 years of sales, distribution, operations, and supply chain experience. He spent more than 20 years in a leadership position with Wesco Distribution, most recently as vice president of global business development until 2013. Mr. Bauer III is vice president of Private Banking, Dollar Bank.

McAuley Ministries, Pittsburgh Mercy Health System's grant- making foundation, named new board members: Marie Immacule Dana, RSM, Sisters of Mercy of the Americas: New York, Pennsylvania, Pacific West (NyPPaW) Community; Emma T. Lucas-Darby, professor emerita, Carlow University; Diane Matje, RSM, Sisters of Mercy of the Americas: New York, Pennsylvania, Pacific West (NyPPaW) Community; James H. …

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