Dateline Pittsburgh for the week of 06/16/13

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Gatesman+Dave hired Lauren Hushen as account executive and Lauren Pavlakovich as senior digital program manager.

Banking

Thomas Matesich has joined U.S. Bank Commercial Real Estate as market manager for Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.

Allegheny Valley Bank hired Jeffrey A. Martin, senior vice president, commercial lending officer, and F. Thomas Gongloff, vice president, commercial lending officer.

John Kline was senior vice president, commercial lending at S&T Bank.

First Niagara Financial Group named David G. Hammer to serve as the bank's southwestern Pennsylvania market executive, responsible for managing the bank's sales activities across multiple business segments including commercial and business banking, retail, insurance, wealth management and commercial real estate.

Communications

Kaitlin Roth joined WordWrite Communications as a summer intern.

Mindful Kreative hired Amy Meyers as director of media.

Consulting

The Alternative Group said Selina J. Shultz was recently named a principal in CoralBridge Partners LLC as part of their Conflict Transformation Institute.

Contractor & Construction

Bert Cherry joined Allegheny Construction Group Inc. as director of business development.

Education

Robert Morris University named Renee T. Cavalovitch vice president, general counsel and secretary to the Board of Trustees, effective July 1.

Electric

Westinghouse Electric Co. appointed Mark Marano, president, Americas region, and Douglas Weaver, vice president, nuclear regulatory affairs.

Health

Cyril H. Wecht was appointed as both a member of the board of governors, and professor of pathology, forensic medicine, health care management, and health law in the recently established American University of Sovereign Nations School of Medicine in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Ahmed E. Badr, was named chair of the department of anesthesiology for West Penn Allegheny Health System.

Manufacturing

Christine Bryant was appointed head, commercial operations, for Bayer MaterialScience LLC's Coatings, Adhesives & Specialties business unit for the NAFTA region.

Nonprofit

Cindy Spencer and Eric Allen were named to the board at the Auberle. Ms. Spencer is chief financial officer, BNY Mellon and Mr. Allen is chief of police/director of public safety, Thiel College Police Department. Also, Susan Baker Shipley, president, Western Pennsylvania and Ohio Valley region, Huntington Bank, was named to the Pauline Auberle Foundation board of directors.

Family House named Bob Howard, executive director.

Tim Reeves, CEO, Neiman, was elected to the Council (board of directors) of the Pennsylvania Society.

The Forbes Funds announced that McCrae Martino was promoted to vice president, overseeing the organization's grant-making initiatives, and Garrett Cooper has joined as enterprise manager.

Technology

Daniel P. Siewiorek was named director of the Quality of Life Technology Center, a National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center. Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh are partners in the center, which focuses on creating intelligent systems that improve the quality of life for everyone while enabling older adults and people with disabilities.

Branding Brand hired John DiSarlo as vice president, business development.

Awards and Honors

Autumn Edmiston, CEO, Edmiston Group, has completed certification and training to become an Accredited Constant Contact Solution Provider.

The National Association of Water Companies, Pennsylvania Chapter, recognized Erik A. Ross with its James McGirr Kelly Award for Excellence. The James McGirr Kelly Award for Excellence is the highest honor bestowed by NAWC. The industry association presents the award each year to a resident of Pennsylvania who most exemplifies dedication to promoting the availability of safe drinking water in the commonwealth. Mr. Ross serves as a senior lobbyist at Gmerek Government Relations Inc.

Ashley Smith, hyperbaric oxygen coordinator, Excela Health Advanced Wound Center, is newly certified as a hyperbaric oxygen technologist. The credential was awarded following 480 hours of hyperbaric medicine clinical practice as well as the successful completion of a rigorous national examination. Certification comes from the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology.

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Dateline Pittsburgh appears every Sunday. To propose an item, send information to Natalie Hill, nhill@post-gazette.com.Photos submitted for the print edition version of this column may be sent via e-mail in JPEG format, 170 dpi, to photos@post-gazette.com. Photo size should be an 8- by 10-inch or 4- by 5-inch head shot at 170 dpi.


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