Dateline Pittsburgh for 10/10/10

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Accounting

Alpern Rosenthal hired in its tax department Mitchel P. Janocha, Jessica L. Mirowitz, Eric M. Webb and Anne L. Robinson. Joining accounting and auditing are John A. Krakowski, Kate A. Mears and Thomas M. Byers.

Advertising

Mullen promoted Leigh Ann Derringer to vice president/media director and Todd Lepley to vice president/associate content director.

Architecture

Borton-Lawson hired Nick Lopatofsky, survey business unit; John Rausch, civil business unit; Chris Hetro, facilities business unit; David Mace, facilities business unit.

Associations & Organizations

Lori Molinari, director of business development for the northeast region, ATC Logistics & Electronics, was elected president of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals Pittsburgh Roundtable.

The Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Pittsburgh elected officers: President: Todd Whiteman, TJ&S Inc.; vice president: Cindy Leonard, Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management at Robert Morris University; secretary: Mila Yochum, Strong Women Strong Girls; and treasurer: Mike Corcoran, RC Holsinger Associates.

Kent McElhattan, chairman and co-founder, Industrial Scientific Corp., was elected chairman of the board for the National Safety Council.

The AIA-MBA Joint Committee Steven C. Bishop, senior project manager for Landau Building Co., was appointed to the Joint Committee as a representative of the Master Builders' Association.

Health care

Rhonda Gengler was appointed director of nursing for the Concordia at Cabot campus.

Baptist Homes Society named Paul Merlo, director of assisted living at Providence Point, its new continuing care retirement community in Scott.

The University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences named Everette James associate vice chancellor for health policy and planning. Mr. James will also hold the title of professor of health policy and management, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.

West Penn Allegheny Health System hired the following physicians: Drs. David Peter, Karl Salatka and Nithya Guhanand, Alle-Kiski Medical Center; Drs. Alessia Tandin, Andrew Lobl, Forbes Regional Campus and West Penn Hospital; Drs. Rebecca McNutt and Brian Campbell, West Penn Allegheny Health System; Drs. Hebah Hefzy, Troy Desai, Elie Aoun, Helen O'Hallaron, Alok Mohanty, Christine M. Herb, Lisa Kwisnek-Lamantia, Christina Armanious, Abirami Janakiraman and Elizabeth Hill, Allegheny General Hospital; and Dr. Gretchen Kimmel, West Penn Hospital.

Health Information Management

Eva Gregorek joined Diskriter in the newly created position of HIM consultant/auditing/coding.

Museums

Children's Museum of Pittsburgh elected 2010-2011 board officers: President: Evan Rosenberg, LSM/director of Sports Marketing for KDKA-TV/W PCW; vice president: Jennifer F. Broadhurst; secretary: Peter Eberhart, managing director, Henry H. Armstrong Associates Inc; and treasurer: Robert Denove, managing partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP.

Nonprofit

The Jefferson Awards for Public Service hired Dana Resciniti as its Pittsburgh regional director for the Students In Action program.

East End Cooperative Ministry said Florence L. Johnson joined its board. Ms. Johnson spent 23 years with the Chicago and Pittsburgh Public Schools as a reading specialist and primary grade teacher.

The Oakland Planning and Development Corp. appointed Pastor Gary Willingham-McLain to its board and named Rebekkah Belferman, communications manager and Blair Kossis property manager.

Professional Services

Bravo Group hired Bill Miller to manage operations in Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania.




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