Michele L. Renz was promoted to senior manager of the Credit Union Division of Cottrill, Arbutina & Associates PC.
Hill, Barth & King LLC hired Anthony DeLorenzo and Lindsay Geibel.
Associations & Organizations
APICS Pittsburgh Chapter named officers for 2013-14. President: Thomas S. Brown, project manager/business analyst, Eaton Corp.; vice president: Jack Martis, adjunct faculty, University of Pittsburgh Katz School of Business; vice president of administration: Jim Dobos, vice president, corp. learning and development, Aquatech International Corp.; vice president of finance: Ed Giacchino, inventory control specialist, Timet Inc.; educational team manager: James Chisholm, logistics professional, Westinghouse Electric Co.; vice president of membership: Kevin Little, strategic logistics sourcing lead, Westinghouse Electric Co.; vice president of programs: C.J. Connelly, retired; vice president of communication: Daniel Shoemaker, operations planning and research, FedEx Corp.; vice president of marketing: Paul J. Kwiecinski, retired; vice president of student affairs: Matt Drake, associate professor of supply chain management, Duquesne University; vice president of student affairs: Johanna Freund, end to end supply chain, polyurethanes, Bayer MaterialScience; webmaster: Douglas Gardner, materials manager, Vocollect Inc.; assistant vice president of programs: Janette M. Hanchak, senior project manager -- IT PMO, Eaton Corp.; assistant vice president of student affairs: Laurie L. Colao, supply chain performance manager, Bayer MaterialScience.
The Mystery Shopping Providers Association of North America named David M. Mastovich, president, MASSolutions, to its board of directors.
Buck Consultants, a Xerox company, named Tom Hricik as the new market leader for the Pittsburgh office.
PWCampbell and its partner business, Studio 109 Designs LLC, have added two industry experts to its continually growing team: Kami Mahood joined PWCampbell as marketing coordinator, and Thomas Wippenbeck joined Studio 109 Designs as an architectural project manager.
Robert Morris University's School of Business has named Lois D. Bryan, university professor of accounting, its new senior associate dean for academic excellence.
Carnegie Mellon University said Michael J. Tarr will head the department of psychology, effective Jan. 1. He is currently the George A. and Helen Dunham Cowan professor of cognitive neuroscience and co-director of the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition.
Mr. Tarr will step down as co-director of the CNBC, a joint center with Pitt, and Marlene Behrmann, professor of psychology, was appointed as new CNBC co-director, also effective Jan 1.
The United Methodist Foundation of Western Pennsylvania has selected Kathryn A. Gorman to serve in the newly developed position of chief operating officer.
Fay Painter Morgan was named president/CEO for the Passavant Hospital Foundation.
Gateway Rehabilitation Center named Paul Bacharach, president and chief executive officer.
Richard V. Piacentini, executive director, Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens' new Center for Sustainable Landscapes, has accepted the position of secretary of the board of directors for the International Living Future Institute.
Jessica Braden was hired as an adoption and permanency specialist at Family Hope Connection, the adoption division of Jewish Family & Children's Service.
Bizowie hired Michael Brown to lead it's enterprise sales department.
Rob Capiola was named the account manager at AIReS' Central Regional Office.
Awards and Honors
Mary Ellen Glasgow, nursing dean, Duquesne University, was selected by the American Academy of Nursing for induction into the organization's 2013 Class of Fellows.
One of the highest honors in the nursing profession, an AAN Fellowship recognizes the accomplishments and contributions of nursing leaders in education, management, practice, policy and research.
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