■ Banking & Finance
U.S. Bank Wealth Management has named Gregory Block private banker in Milwaukee. Block has more than 12 years of experience in banking and financial services. He previously was vice president of commercial banking and a credit analyst at Park Bank. In his new role, he will offer specialized lending services and will manage financial activities for high net worth clients.
Waukesha State Bank recently promoted Damir Hadzalic to vice president, investment officer; Cheryl Beede to assistant vice president, loan compliance officer; Heather Congemi to assistant vice president, retail loan administration officer; Jill VanderVeen to assistant vice president, retail operations manager; Joanne Leiby to vice president, internal auditor; Becky Green to assistant vice president, deposit services manager; Dale Wagner to assistant vice president, electronic banking manager; and Natalie Walters to assistant vice president, commercial banking officer. Additionally, the bank has hired John Johnson to its mortgage lending team. Johnson has close to 40 years of financial experience.
■ Building & Construction
Kotze Construction Company Inc., of Milwaukee, has named Daniel Kopp a project manager and engineer. Kopp has more than 20 years of experience in design build and general contracting.
Living As A Leader, headquartered in Brookfield, recently added Brittani Mattke as marketing manager, Beth Harwood as facilitator and coach, and Melanie Ramos as facilitator and coach and part of the sales team.
The Milwaukee School of Engineering has appointed Edward Fitzpatrick director of planned giving. Fitzpatrick has more than 20 years of experience. Prior to joining MSOE, he served as a wealth management advisor for TIAA-CREF, where he served high net worth university professors with wealth management and comprehensive financial planning. At MSOE, he will build on the school’s John and Linda Mellowes Planned Giving Initiative, which was established in 2011 with funding from the Charter Manufacturing Company Foundation Inc.
■ Health Care
Brookfield-based Integrated Health Network of Wisconsin has appointed Jordan Slotkin director of business intelligence. Slotkin previously was director of business intelligence for St. Louis, Mo.-based Corizon Health. At Integrated Health Network of Wisconsin, he will head the business intelligence division in the data integration, structure and analytic functions that allow the organization to improve patient outcomes. He will also guide the organization’s efforts to enhance its existing data collection and reporting abilities for managing population health, arranging care and delivering the best possible experience to patients.
Melinda Stolley, Ph.D., has been appointed associate director of prevention and control for the Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center. Stolley, who will also be a professor of medicine at MCW, is a clinical psychologist with a focus on cancer survivorship, particularly in underserved populations. Her appointment is effective March 1, pending approval from the board of trustees.
Emily McClory has joined Advanced Pain Management’s team of physicians and staff. McClory will consult patients at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Wauwatosa. Prior to joining Advanced Pain Management, McClory worked at Froedtert Hospital for four years. She launched her career in the surgical unit and then moved into the resource pool, where she experienced 17 different units.
Diversified Insurance Solutions, of Brookfield, has added Nicole Henke as associate client service agent and Michael Winterle as communications specialist.
Chicago Title Insurance Company, located in Waukesha, has added Joe Stamborski as a commercial account executive. Stamborski, who previously worked for Walker & Dunlop, will focus on increasing market share among commercial real estate law firms, brokers, lenders and developers.
■ Legal Services
Michael Hupy, president of Milwaukee-based Hupy & Abraham S.C., is now part of the United Performing Arts Fund’s 2015 campaign cabinet. Hupy will serve on the Lawyers Division from January to May 2015, helping to attract company gifts from area law firms and firm leaders.
Christopher Scherer, attorney at Andrus Intellectual Property Law LLP in Milwaukee, has been selected to serve a two-year term on the steering committee of the AIPPI-US Division of the American Intellectual Property Law Association. He is one of eight U.S. attorneys named to the committee, which handles the affairs of the organization.
O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C., based in Milwaukee, has added Erica Reib to its Employment Law Practice Group. Reib specializes in employment discrimination litigation, non-competition and trade secret litigation, Occupational Safety and Health issues, wage and hour issues, NLRB and unfair labor practice matters, employment policy drafting and review, and proper employment practices. The firm has also welcomed Christa Wittenberg to its litigation group. Wittenberg aids clients with prosecuting and defending civil litigation issues in state and federal court.
PROTECH, a division of Inland Companies that is located in Milwaukee, has added Alex Hansen to complete building maintenance projects in Wisconsin.
The Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin, based in Sussex, has added Kevin Pasqua and Perry Schroeder to its board of directors. Pasqua is owner and executive director of LearningRx in Brookfield, and Schroeder is president and chief executive officer of Cornerstone Consulting in Brookfield.
■ Professional Organizations
MRA-The Management Association, headquartered in Waukesha, has appointed Dorit Liberman vice president and leader of its technology and process improvement departments. Liberman will work to ensure MRA members have the best technical experience possible. Her immediate responsibilities include improving business intelligence and member functions and developing a Learning Management System.
■ Real Estate
Outlook Management Group LLC, of Franklin, has added Heidi Wahl as property accountant. Wahl has more than 20 years of experience in accounting and auditing, budgeting, financial analysis, and office management. Her career has included 11 years of compliance and operational auditing. In her new position, Wahl will handle the accounting needs of Outlook’s portfolio.
New Berlin-based CSE (Caliendo-Savio Enterprises, Inc.) has named Ryan Nicholson purchasing manager in its purchasing department. Nicholson has expertise in purchasing and print production and has more than 15 years of industry experience.
Milwaukee-based ManpowerGroup Inc. has added Paul Read to its board of directors. Read is president and chief operating officer of Santa Ana, Calif.-based Ingram Micro Inc. He has served in that leadership capacity since September 2013.
■ Utility Services
Waukesha-based Cornerstone Plumbing LLC has named Keith Martin a project manager. Martin has more than 22 years of experience in plumbing, including project experience with medical clinics, hospitals, industrial, light commercial and large commercial. His career has also included work on design build projects.
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