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Saudi cybersecurity initiative launched ...

JEDDAH: An initiative to develop the leadership skills of Saudi women cybersecurity experts was launched this week by Hemaya, the information security association, as part of International Women’s Day. The initiative, called Wamda, will involve cybersecurity personalities and experts working on a voluntary basis to transfer their experience to female members of Hemaya to empower […]

#IWD2022: New FemaleLeadership portfolio...

This week’s International Women’s Day has highlighted key challenges in encouraging women to invest. eToro, the social investment network, has launched its new FemaleLeadership smart wallet, giving investors long-term exposure to companies that already demonstrate strong credentials and awareness of gender equality. Research has shown that increasing the proportion of women in leadership positions has […]

ARTSQUEST ANNOUNCES ELECTED BOARD OFFICE...

BETHLEHEM, Pennsylvania— ArtsQuest is pleased to announce new and returning members of the Board of Trustees, ArtsQuest Foundation, ArtsQuest Performing & Visual Arts Councils, and Friends of Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks for 2022. As a non-profit organization , ArtsQuest is run by volunteers who serve in various capacities on boards and committees that support the mission […]

BW remembers ‘faithful servant, friend a

Longtime Athletics Department volunteer, Track and Field Hall of Fame honoree and volunteer assistant swim coach Dave Tressel died Feb. 11. He was 70 years old. The son of former students and benefactors Lee and Eloise Tressel, for whom Berea’s Tressel Street is named, Tressel earned his undergraduate degree from BW in 1973 and a […]

Elgin Area Chamber Announces New Board L...

The Elgin Area Chamber of Commerce recently announced its executive committee leadership and new board members for 2022. The 2022 Chamber Board Chair is Michael Wong, SmithAmundsen, Partner; Yvonne Irving, Vice President, Membership, KCT Credit Union; Keith Rauschenberger, Treasurer, Rauschenberger Financial Advisors; and Yaneth Medina, former president of the Elgin State Bank. New board members […]

Caesarstone’s Yossi Binyamin is a result

By Georgene Brazer, local columnist. Pleasure at work puts perfection in work Aristotle Yossi Binyamin, a true leader, is the General Manager of the Caesarstone Technologies, USA site, located in the Belfast Commerce Park in Richmond Hill. Caesarstone invented and launched quartz countertops in Israel with two manufacturing sites there and a factory in Richmond […]

The new direction of Skal International ...

Skal International has had new management since January 01, 2022. The new leadership was elected by the members on December 20, 2022. The elections for the 2022 Board of Directors were held via an electoral partner with a record number of delegations. Members of Skal International elected Burcin Turkkanthe 2021 Senior Vice President, as the […]

Sugar Bush Foundation taps economic deve...

Erin Rennich The Sugar Bush Foundation announced the appointment of Erin Rennich as its first director on January 18. Sugar Bush Foundation Board Chairman Hylie Voss led the competitive search. “We are thrilled to find a candidate with Erin’s extensive experience facilitating collaboration and innovation among community and academic partners in the Appalachian region of […]

Names in the News: The People Shaping th...

FNBD Bank promotions DERIDDER — First National Bank DeRidder (FNBD) welcomed the new year with the following promotions and new hires: Robert “Robie” Touchette was promoted to SVP, Chief Banking Officer on Beauregard Parish and Calcasieu Parish. Matt Fruge was promoted to SVP, Chief Operations Officer. Mandy Thomas was promoted to AVP, commercial lender of […]

The executive director of the Princeton ...

Izzy Kasdin, who served as executive director of the Princeton Historical Society (HSP) since May 2016, will step down at the end of the month. Since 2007, Kasdin has been involved with HSP as a volunteer, research assistant and curator before assuming this leadership role. A native of Princeton, Kasdin will enter the next phase […]

Governor Newsom announces appointments 1...

SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced the following appointments: Hannah Gbeh, 40, of Bonsall, has been appointed to the board of directors for the California Exposition and State Fair. Gbeh has been the Executive Director of the San Diego County Agricultural Office and Administrator of the San Diego Area Irrigated Lands Group since 2019. […]

Texas Health Resources Joins National Co...

Texas Health Resources has announced its selection to be part of one of 20 teams nationwide to participate in the American Hospital Association (AHA) Hospital community collaboration. The national collaboration aims to provide proven knowledge and resources to create effective collaborations between hospitals and community organizations with a mission to advance health equity. The Texas […]

Boys and Girls Clubs Honor Board Members...

Left: Ryan Smiley, President and CEO of Boys and Girls Clubs, right, presents Jeff Strack of Strack & Van Til with a National Service to Youth award. Strack, whose term is ending, served on the Youth Development Board for 20 years. Right: Michael Simpson of ME Simpson Co., Inc., left, and Ryan Smiley, President and […]

Trial: Duke attempts to destroy private ...

A lawsuit filed by a Duke doctor claims the university and its healthcare system are undermining the Private Diagnostic Clinic, a private company with 1,850 doctors who work at Duke. 2013 News & Observer file photo Months of tension between Duke University, Duke University Health System and a private group of doctors who work in […]

Six finalists selected for the PNC Achie...

History links AUBURN, Alabama – Six Auburn student-athletes were selected by a group of Auburn Athletics employees as finalists for the PNC Achievers Fall 2021 Award based on their academic performance, community service and leadership. The finalists for this semester include David Edmondson (men’s athletics), Spencer Gray (men’s tennis), Keira mccarrell (female athletics), Morgan leigh […]

Finalist chosen for the position of Gene...

December 07, 2021 DOBSON – The first day of an application period is usually a lot of activity, which has been the case this week in Dobson. “We have had a very busy day at the Surry County Elections Council (office) with 14 people applying,” County Electoral Officer Michella Huff said Monday evening. It was […]

Colorado Springs School District 11 diss...

Colorado Springs School District 11 recently disbanded its equity leadership team, according to district officials. Alexis Knox-Miller, district equity and inclusion director, reluctantly made the decision to disband the 40-member volunteer team as a preventative measure as his department braces for the possible repercussions of the results. the November school board elections. “I have made […]

Ben Hill to leave Hollywood Fringe as fe...

The Hollywood Fringe board has announced that Ben Hill will step down as festival director after 13 years at the helm of the organization – he will remain on the board. Hill co-founded the Hollywood Fringe Festival in 2010 and has been a key asset to the festival’s growth from its early days of startup […]

Friends of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail an...

Brent Laurenz RALEIGH – Friends of the NC Mountains-to-Sea Trail has announced that Brent Laurenz will become the association’s new executive director in early 2022. He will succeed Kate Dixon, who is retiring in early 2022. Laurenz, of Raleigh, has over 15 years of nonprofit leadership in North Carolina and nationwide. Since 2015, he has […]

Lake Stewards of Maine executive directo...

Former Lake Stewards of Maine executive director Scott Williams of Turner, left, and Adam Zemans of Penobscot, the new executive director. Contribution photo AUBURN – After leading Stewards of Lake Maine for more than a quarter of a century, Turner’s Scott Williams resigned his position as executive director in October. Over 5,000 volunteers participated in […]

World Bank Approves New Project to Suppo...

WASHINGTON, December 10, 2021 – The World Bank Board of Directors today approved a loan of US $ 600 million to support the Philippine government’s reform program aimed at positioning the country for a competitive and resilient economic recovery. the Philippines Sub-program to promote competitiveness and strengthen resilience in the face of natural disasters 3 […]

PRSA-NY Elects Chapter 2022 Leadership w...

NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The New York Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA-NY) today announced its 2022 President, Executive Committee and Board of Directors. The Chapter elected Aaron Kwittken, Founder and CEO of PROphet, 2021 President. Carmella Glover, Diversity Action Alliance (DAA) President and Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) at […]

Giyani announces filing of final prospec...

Not for distribution to United States news services or for distribution in the United States TORONTO, Nov. 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Giyani Metals Corp. (TSXV: EMM, GR: A2DUU8) (“Giyani“or the”Society“), announces the filing of its final prospectus for its previously announced takeover bid to raise approximately $ 10 million (the”Offer“). The offering is managed […]

For All Seasons Welcomes Six New Board M...

EASTON – For All Seasons welcomed six new members to its Board of Directors: Kamari A. Collins of Easton; Aimee Dietsch, DHSc, of Easton; Gary Goldstein, MD, of St. Michaels; Leonard Wolf, CPA, RIA, of Easton; Michael T. Flaherty, Ph.D., of Tilghman; and Elizabeth Spurry, CFP, CTFA, de Trappe. “These new board members bring a […]

The Recorder – “We’re Not Alone”: Commun

Posted: 11/25/2021 16:19:28 PM Modified: 11/25/2021 16:19:12 GREENFIELD – Churches in the area nurtured locals, grateful and in the company of others with Thanksgiving dinner services on Thursday. For the holidays, the Stone Soup Cafe at All Souls Church distributed approximately 500 meals via curbside pickup and delivery to individuals in Greenfield and surrounding communities. […]

Tennessee Vols senior defensive back Alo...

Reese’s Senior Bowl is played annually in Mobile, Alabama, where various seniors from across the country come to show off their skills ahead of the NFL Draft. With several Tennessee seniors eligible to participate in the 2022 Senior Bowl, Volunteer Country will be keeping a close eye on what Vols will travel to Mobile in […]

Gary Smith appointed Executive Vice Pres...

ST. JOHN’S, Newfoundland and Labrador, November 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – David Hutchens, President and Chief Executive Officer, Fortis Inc. (“Fortis” or the “Company”) (TSX / NYSE: FTS) a today appointed Gary Smith as Executive Vice President, Operations and Innovation effective January 1, 2022. Smith is currently Executive Vice President, Eastern Canada and Caribbean Operations. […]

Dawson Named Outstanding Administrator: ...

WAUPUN – Wendi Dawson, Director of Student Services for the Waupun Area School District, received the Administrator of the Year award from the Wisconsin Council of Special Services Administrators. It is the highest honor of the group. As part of the appointment process, she received letters of support from her principal, colleagues and a teacher […]

Bike Walk Golden Isles is recruiting mem...

A local organization dedicated to promoting the safety of cyclists and pedestrians in the Golden Islands is inviting new members to join its work. Bike Walk Golden Isles recently applied for 501c3 non-profit status and elected a board of directors focused on its mission to support events that encourage cycling, walking and wheelchair mobility in […]

It’s Your Business news – recently hired

Retirement and hiring Stormont Vail Health announced Timothy A. Shultz will join the regional healthcare organization as Deputy Advocate General, Risks and Safety. He will take up his new role in December 2021. Shultz is a lawyer with over 28 years of experience in business, banking, insurance, healthcare, long-term care and retirement homes, company law […]

Former Waterville City Manager Roy to Re...

Former Waterville City Manager Michael Roy, presented at City Hall in 2019, will receive the Distinguished Community Service Award from the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce. The chamber will hold its annual awards ceremony on Thursday. Michael G. Seamans / Morning Sentinel File WATERVILLE – Michael Roy, who served as municipal manager of Waterville for 16 […]

Girl Scouts, Aerojet Rocketdyne Foundati...

Together, organizations will engage and prepare Girl Scout councils and troops across the country to participate in the American Rocketry Challenge and model rockets to enhance exploration of STEM careers. Posted: October 27, 2021 at 12:14 p.m. MDT|Update: 20 minutes ago NEW YORK, October 27, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Girl Scouts United States (GSUSA) […]

RP Funding receives Readers’ Choice awar

PEOPLE AND CHANGES RP Funding receives Readers’ Choice award PR Funding Center received a 2021 Readers’ Choice award from ConventionSouth, the national multimedia resource for event planning in the South. The RP Funding Center is one of 415 convention and visitor reception offices, meeting rooms and hotels in the South to receive this year’s Readers’ […]

Meredith’s national media group to be ac

IAC and Meredith Corporation have announced an agreement under which IAC’s Dotdash digital publishing unit will acquire the entity that will own the National Media Group from Meredith Corporation, which includes its digital and magazine businesses and its corporate operations. According to Variety, the transaction has an enterprise value of $ 2.7 billion. The transaction […]

Nature Conservancy of Canada Welcomes Ne...

TORONTO, Oct. 06, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Leading non-profit conservation organization, The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), today announced the appointment of Mike Pedersen as Chairman of its Board of administration. Pedersen first joined CNC as a volunteer in 2017. For the past two years, he has served as Vice President. He succeeds Elana Rosenfeld, […]

Parker Wilson of Sparked Consulting

Age: 37 Place of birth: Lexington Employer: Council triggered Profession: Founder and Chief Strategist Family: Husband, Thomas; daughter, Hatton, 4; son, TJ and Raynor, both 18 months old; and the golden retriever Jasper Education: Bachelor of Arts from Baylor University and Master of Business Administration from UNC Kenan-Flagler What community and professional groups are you […]

4 trends in elderly care essential for t...

Jeremy Delinsky, COO of Devoted Health When American seniors went to their first doctor’s appointment, they could not have imagined that their medical history would be stored anywhere other than a manila file. Today, nine in ten physicians use electronic health records (EHRs) and patient health data resides on cloud servers. While we’ve certainly come […]

Ravinia – Director of Brand, Marketing a

Ravinia®, North America’s oldest and most diverse music festival, features over 140 different events throughout the summer. These concerts range from Yo-Yo Ma and John Legend to the annual summer residence of the country’s best orchestra, The Chicago Symphony. Ravinia’s Reach Teach Play programs serve more than 75,000 adults and children across Chicagoland and are […]

Devoted Health could be the most valuabl...

Devoted Health is after its most ambitious fundraiser to date, with Waltham, Massachusetts-based insurtech seeking to raise an additional $ 1.2 billion out of a valuation of $ 11.5 billion. The company’s board of directors has cleared Devoted Health to continue in a Series D cycle, according to a Delaware stock clearance filing that was […]

Utah’s Oldest Synagogue, Still Operation

Adam Rubin, Special to Standard Examiner Community members gather around the Brith Sholem congregation synagogue in Ogden on Thursday, September 9, 2021, on a walking tour celebrating the congregation’s 100th anniversary. OGDEN – Community members and worshipers celebrated the 100th anniversary of Congregation Brith Sholem, Utah’s oldest continuously operational synagogue last week, during Rosh Hashanah, […]

RISE members meet in person and virtuall...

AVENTURA, Fla .– RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment) and CropLife America held a joint annual meeting in Aventura, Fla., September 12-15, 2021. Nearly 500 attendees representing companies that provide phytosanitary and phytosanitary solutions for the specialty pesticide and agricultural markets attended the meeting virtually and in person. Participants gathered for three days to […]

Reinette W. Uys 1929-2021 | News, Sport...

YOUNGSTOWN – Reinette W. Uys, 91, passed away on Monday, January 25, 2021 in Youngstown. She was born in 1929, in Uitenhage, South Africa, daughter of David Schalk and Maryna McKay Weidemann, parents of 12 children. His father worked in the railroads in the service of the automobile factories in Uitenhage. The Weidemanns and McKays […]

Nancy Bourque named Beverly Senior of th...

BEVERLY – Just a few words others use to describe Nancy Bourque of Beverly is selfless, caring, compassionate, reliable, enthusiastic and always ready to help. That’s why, in addition to her pleasant nature and positive energy, Bourque was named Beverly’s Senior of the Year for 2021. Her many contributions to the community were celebrated on […]

New volunteer opportunities – Australasi

Our association owes much of its success to the excellent work done by over 100 volunteers at one time, who sit on various ACA committees, whether branch, technical or leadership committees. and governance. Joining one of these committees is a fantastic way to bond deeply and implement positive change within our Association. We are currently […]

Delta County Cancer Alliance leader Cher...

ESCANABA – Cheri Severinsen, who served as president of the Delta County Cancer Alliance for almost 28 years. announced his retirement in June. Long-term board members described Severinsen as tireless. Across the community, when someone spoke about the Cancer Alliance, the comment always led to, “Well let’s call Cheri, she’ll know,” said board members. Severinsen’s […]

Donald M. Nolfi – Obituary – Mahoning Va

August 11, 1932 ~ July 18, 2021 (88 years old) Lowellville – Donald Michael Nolfi, 88, passed away peacefully on Sunday, July 18, 2021, surrounded by his loving family. Donald was born August 11, 1932, son of Ferdinando and Nicoletta Nolfi, and has lived his entire life in Lowellville. He graduated from Lowellville High School […]

Beautiful Downtown Lewiston to Hire New ...

Beautiful downtown Lewiston The Beautiful Downtown Lewiston Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Brenda Morgan has accepted the role of Managing Director effective August 16, 2021. “I’ve been with the Beautiful Downtown Lewiston Organization for eight years now. I started as a volunteer for Pumpkin Palooza and more recently was chairman of the […]

7 tips for business majors

Your professional career may seem like miles away when you start college as a freshman, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be thinking about your career plans. Do not worry; you don’t need to figure everything out right away, but you can start developing skills and making connections. Here are seven career preparation tips for […]

Cartwright sees hope for Scranton-NYC tr...

SCRANTON – Representative Matt Cartwright, D-Scranton, was joined by local passenger rail advocates on Friday following the House’s passage of the INVEST in America Act to highlight progress in efforts to connect northeastern Pennsylvania and the New York metropolitan area through passenger rail service. . If successful, that would mean the fulfillment of a dream […]

Presidents Club to honor Lt. Gen. Reynol...

BEAVERCREEK – Lieutenant-General Richard V. “Dick” Reynolds (USAF retiree) will be the 70th recipient of the 2021 Presidents Club of Dayton Legion of Honor Citizen Award. The award, awarded annually since 1951, is the oldest, most continuing and most prestigious recognition of volunteer servant leadership in the Dayton area. Reynolds served in the United States […]

Houston Hospice Launches Wellness Initia...

HOUSTON, TX – The coronavirus has impacted healthcare workers around the world, leaving many with the complexities of acute and chronic stress. As stress increases and remains out of balance, these symptoms can lead to increased fatigue, depression, unreported health issues, and even post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). As a not-for-profit hospice palliative care organization, Houston […]

June 23, 2021 | In short

Highlights from the June Board of Directors meeting At its June meeting, the Board of Regents heard a report on enrollment projections for the next fall semester. System-wide confirmations for students coming straight from high school have jumped about 12% from the same period last year and are up about 7% from the university’s five-year […]