People on the Move

By Hill, Natalie | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA), April 10, 2016 | Go to article overview

People on the Move


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


Associations and Organizations

Robert D. Raver, associate attorney, Pollock Begg Komar Glasser & Vertz LLC, was elected a council member to the Allegheny County Bar Association Family Law Section.

Banking

First Niagara Financial Group Inc. said two new members of First Niagara's corporate banking team, Philip Medsger and Jason Ratkovich, have joined as senior relationship managers, corporate banking.

James M. Hein was named senior vice president, finance of Mars National Bank.

Education

Manuela Veloso, a computer scientist renowned for her work in artificial intelligence and robotics, is the new head of Carnegie Mellon University's machine learning department.

Engineering

Michael Baker International named Richard Baich as corporate fleet manager.

Health

Mirjana McGrosky, a psychiatrist specializing in anxiety disorders, substance abuse, personality disorders and community medicine, has joined Allegheny Health Network and will practice at Forbes Hospital.

The Heart Institute at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC said cardiac surgeon, Jose Pedro da Silva, M.D., joined to serve both children and adults with complex congenital heart issues.

Law

Maiello Brungo & Maiello, LLP said Leo G. Mezerski Jr. was appointed chief operating officer.

Houston Harbaugh announced the election of officers and of its three-member executive committee: Michael J. Dempster, Samuel H. Simon and Alex W. Thomson. Mr. Thomson will also serve as president. John M. Hartzell Jr. will serve as treasurer and Mary-Jo Rebelo, who will serve as secretary. Mr. Dempster concentrates his practice in corporate and commercial transactions, including real estate development. Mr. Simon concentrates on commercial/business litigation. Mr. Thomson concentrates in the area of business law. Mr. Hartzell Jr. concentrates on estate planning and estate and trust administration. …

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