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People notes: Personnel appointments, promotions and announcements

People notes: Personnel appointments, promotions and announcements

Financial

Fifth Third Bank, Tampa Bay, announces the addition of Dr. Stephen Klasko and Marion Albanese to its board of directors. Klasko is dean of the Morsani College of Medicine at the University of South Florida (USF), and is chief executive officer of USF Health. Albanese recently retired after 26 years as a professional accountant at Ernst & Young. Albanese was named officer manager in 2005 and also served as the markets leader for North Florida and was partner in charge of the North Florida tax practice.

Health care

NancyLee Young has been named a medical assistant at Access Healthcare LLC and the office of Dr. Jennifer Laman, Land O'Lakes. Young was a medical assistant and a clinical assistant at the University of Wisconsin Hospital & Clinics in Madison, Wis.

Insurance

Tim Stroble has been named vice president of product management for the personal insurance lines at Bankers Insurance Group, St. Petersburg. Stroble was head of product development at Safe Harbour Underwriters, St. Petersburg, the managing general agency of American Strategic Insurance.

Legal

Edward B. Carlstedt has been named a partner at FordHarrison LLP, Tampa. Carlstedt was a partner at Trenam Kemker, Tampa. Carlstedt concentrates in the areas of trade secret, non-compete and restrictive covenant disputes, defending employers against claims of harassment, discrimination and retaliation. He earned his juris doctorate from Stetson University College of Law.

Jamie M. Marcario has joined Bush Ross PA as an associate in the firm's health care and casualty practice groups. Marcario earned her juris doctorate from Stetson University College of Law in 2010 and most previously clerked for the Honorable Chris W. Altenbernd of the Florida Second District Court of Appeals.

Organizations

Femfessionals, a national organization that is launching in Tampa Bay, have named the following as members of the leadership team for the Tampa Bay chapter, including Noelle Anderson as president. Anderson is principal and president at True Blue Communications, Tampa. Board members are: Liane Caruso, account manger/social media director at Marketing in Color in Tampa; Sherida Ferguson, chief executive officer at SL Ferguson Wealth Management Services, Tampa; Vjollca Hysenlika, owner of VH New Media in Dunedin; Jayne Jenkins, president and chief executive officer at Churchill Leadership Group in Tampa; Missy MacFarlane, principal and account director at Bayview Public Relations, St. Petersburg; Brittany Maxey, owner and attorney of Maxey Law Offices PLLC, Clearwater; Kelsy Pazur, director of public relations and marketing at Franklin Street, Tampa; Dezi-Rae Richardson, senior district manager at ADP, Tampa; April Saland, owner/marketing coordinator at A.L. Saland Insurance Solutions, Tampa; Torri Sloan, president of Employer Solutions Plus, Tampa; Nicole Stokes, financial representative at Northwestern Mutual, Tampa; Jen Straw, owner of Last Straw Media, Tampa; and Loran Tripp, owner of Latitude27 Marketing, Tampa.

Nonprofit

ReachIT.org, St. Petersburg, a nonprofit organization that refurbishes unwanted or unused computers and electronics and gives them to students from families that otherwise could not afford them, announces Katy Burke, Arlene Stevens and K. Patrick "Pat" Meehan as new members to its board of directors. Burke is the grants and mission outreach coordinator at the Florida Suncoast Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Stevens is a staff attorney for the 6th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida, Criminal Division. And Meehan is an attorney at Holland & Knight and practices in the areas of securities law, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and general business law.

Technology

Tech Data Corporation, Clearwater, announces the addition of Bill Brooks as vice president of sales. Brooks most recently served as senior director, technical support and customer service at Ingram Micro, Buffalo, N.Y. Ken Griffin has been named vice president of product marketing, AIS storage solutions. Griffin was director of sales at Bayshore Technologies, Tampa.

People notes: Personnel appointments, promotions and announcements

People notes: Personnel appointments, promotions and announcements 09/15/12 [Last modified: Friday, September 21, 2012 5:50pm]
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