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Friday's Comings & Goings

(December 5, 2008) Axsium Group adds Steve Levy to its leadership team as a Principal. Most recently, he held the position of National Director of Professional Services at Kronos Incorporated.

Hospira, Inc., a global specialty pharmaceutical and medication delivery company, names Ken Meyers. He succeeds Henry Weishaar, who is retiring at the end of the year.

Campbell Soup Company appoints Rosalyn Taylor O'Neale as vice president and chief diversity and inclusion officer. She will report to Nancy Reardon, senior vice president and chief human resources and communications officer.

Vovici, provider of solutions for Enterprise Feedback Management (EFM) and online community software, promotes Eileen Townsend to VP of Global Customer Management.

The Carter Group continues its 15 years of growth by opening an international office. To lead this initiative will be international business executive Iain Martindale.

Adviant, Inc., a provider of compensation, benefit, and related human resource services, names Laura B. Narzem chief sales officer of the firm.

CheckPoint HR, appoints Cynthia Mackewicz as its new Vice President of Operations.

MBAinteract, Inc. elects J. Galen Buckwalter to its board of directors. Buckwalter is the form chief scientist of eHarmony.

Transportation company CSX Corp. has appointed a new senior vice president for human resources and labor relations, Lisa Mancini replaces the retiring Robert Haulter.

Shawna Lake is hired as director of human resources by the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.

Rebecca Nickoli of Ivy Tech Community College is elected an at-large representative to the Indianapolis National Council for Workforce Education board of directors.

Cheryl Olsen Quinlan, the associate superintendent for human resources of Wyoming's Natrona County School District has resigned her post, effective immediately, and will also no longer serve on Superintendent's cabinet.

Paychex, Inc. names Michael E. Gioja as president of product management. Most recently, CIO and EVP of products and services for Workstream, Inc.

Robin Camara joins Harvard Business Publishing as Vice President, Human Resources & Administration and wil serve on the Executive Committee. She succeeds Ms. Toni Smit, who is retiring from her 18 years as VP of Human Resources & Administration. hires Caddy Rowland as a National Account Executive and Betsy Larson as a Consumer Marketing National Account Executive.

U.S. Rep. Tom Davis, (R-Virginia) who is retiring after 14 years in Congress, has accepted a job at Deloitte Consulting. The one-time chairman of the House Government Reform Committee, will not be lobbying for the firm but will be a director helping to oversee its Washington operation.

ERC Dataplus, Inc., welcomes Pat Sabasteanski as VP of Training; Mike Walters as VP of Marketing / Reseller Sales Suppor; and Debbie Flynn as Director of IT Services.

Glenn Marschel has joined the Board of Directors at Ascentis Corporation. He currently serves as the CEO of NetNumber, Inc. and is on the Board of Fleetcor Technologies, Inc.

Arbita promotes Jennifer Marcy to the role of General Manager and hires Nicole Bodem to lead its Internet marketing initiatives as Director of Search Marketing.

Capital H Group, LLC, the talent, leadership and organizational consulting firm, named Greg Silich as its Chief Executive Officer, replacing Dan Weinfurter, who stepped up to the post of Chairman of the Board of Directors to focus on board initiatives.

LivHOME, Inc. has hired Bernadette Bosco as Boston-based Executive Director for Massachusetts.

The Judge Group, a professional services firm specializing in Technology Consulting, Enterprise-Wide Staffing and Corporate Training, appoints Mark T. Ennis as Director of Technical Staffing for its Atlanta, Georgia, office.

Staffing company Kelly Services Inc. promotes George Corona to executive vice president and chief operating officer, effective at the start of the new year. He recently served as executive vice president of the Americas.

Panda Cable recently joined the Adayana team as a Human Resources Generalist in the Indianapolis office.

A Little More Information

The article, ">Spreading the Wealth, has promted several inquiries. "How do we get a Kuwesa Jackets produced by the Kuwesa HIV Widows Project in Kenya?" "What can we do to get involved in the Inspired Art Project?"

We have added a page with a few snaps of Jean helping to display Kanga Jackets and details for ordering your jacket.

The Inspired Art Project is looking for artists willing to create art that is inspired by the poetry of the America Scores Bay Area kids. What a great way to showcase your talent! Donating to the March 2009 Inspired Art Show Auction is also a great way to contribute. Contact Bridget Sumser for additional information, 415 486 1242,

Clip from the article:

Jean Smith, is working on the ground with The Kuwesa HIV widows project in Kenya. Micro-loans gave the widows the ability to create a product that they can sell to support themselves and the HIV orphans in their care. They are now producing reversible jackets featuring a Kanga (wrap fabric with Swahili sayings) on one side and contrasting African fabric on the other.

America Scores Bay Area has a new campaign lead by Bridget Sumser, The Inspired Art Project. The Project raises money for America SCORES's innovative Bay Area after-school program linking soccer, poetry and service learning. With community building and inspiration as guiding principles, local artists are asked to match existing pieces or create new works of art that speak to SCORES' youth poetry. Take a look. This is an interesting approach in dialectical fundraising. Think about getting involved.
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