On the Job
Boulder-based Sterling-Rice Group promoted Wade Paschall to group creative director. Since joining Sterling-Rice in 2010, Paschall has led the creation of campaigns for the Children's Hospital Colorado, Nature Sweet Tomatoes, John's Mansville and Waterpik. Previously, Paschall was a group creative director at Arnold Worldwide in Boston where he oversaw all creative work on the Jack Daniel's account.
Boulder-based Catapult PR-IR promoted Christin Jeffers to account executive. Jeffers joined Catapult in 2007.
Brian Madison, senior vice president of manufacturer and vendor alliances at Key Equipment Finance in Superior, has been elected to serve a two-year term on the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association's Captive and Vendor Finance Business Council Steering Committee. The committee provides input on the direction of the association and serves as a bridge between the membership and the board of directors and staff.
The University of Colorado's CleanTech Program assembled a group of six mentors with business backgrounds to help student entrepreneurs and federal researchers ready their projects for the commercial market. The mentors chosen to work with research teams in the Market Assessment Program are Raymond Johnson, former chief executive of Infinite Power Solutions, Littleton; Andy Minden, former director of engineering at Sundrop Fuels Inc., Longmont; Eben Johnson, director of global sales and marketing at Vairex International Ltd., Boulder; Chuck Hodges, chief executive at Zebulon Solutions LLC, Berthoud; Jack Mason, principal of Mason Energy and Management, Boulder; and Jeff Probst, former chief executive of Blue Sun Energy, Golden.
JVA Inc. hired Leanne Miller as a design engineer. She will be working in the company's office in Boulder. Miller has experience in the design of water and wastewater treatment systems and hydraulic modeling. She graduated from the University of Colorado in 2009 with a degree in environmental engineering. JVA is a structural, civil and environmental consulting engineering firm with offices in Boulder, Winter Park and Fort Collins.
Gov. John Hickenlooper appointed Longmont resident Spencer Ericson to the Colorado Commission on Family Medicine. The commission works to make sure family medicine residency programs meet the standards established by the American Medical Association. Ericson's term expires July 1, 2014.
Life Care Physician Services LLC, a subsidiary of Life Care Centers of America, placed Dr. Tana Levine as a full-time, on-site physician at Life Care Center of Longmont. Levine will provide patient assessment, diagnosis and treatment. She will work with a team of nurses, dieticians, therapists and caretakers. Levine earned her doctor of medicine from St. George's University in Bay Shore, New York. She is board certified in internal medicine.
Broomfield-based Webroot Software Inc, an Internet security company, appointed Mel Morris chief technology officer. Morris will be responsible for driving strategic advancements to the company's cloud-based security services and delivery platforms. Morris joined Webroot as chief architect following the company's October 2010 acquisition of Prevx, which he founded in 2005.
The LXI Consortium based in Niwot elected its board of directors and officers for the fiscal year 2012. Directors are Steve Schink, Agilent Technologies, who will serve as president; Jochen Wolle, Rohde & Schwarz; Bob Stasonis, Pickering Interfaces; Tom Sarfi, VTI Instruments; John Ryland, Keithley Instruments.
Broomfield-based Roomlinx Inc. (OTCBB:RMLX) a developer of interactive TV applications for the hospitality industry, named Steven Skalski chief operating officer. Skalski has more than 20 years of domestic and international telecommunications executive experience in sales and operations, satellite services, customer care and business development. Prior to joining Roomlinx, Skalski held numerous leadership positions with EchoStar, its spinoff Dish Network and more recently with Blockbuster, acquired by Dish Network this year.
Boulder-based Best Organics Inc. hired Jacqueline Noel of Noel and Associates as its corporate gifting consultant. Noel will work with businesses to create custom corporate gift orders. In addition, Tiffany Tompkins has been promoted to sales and marketing manager. Tompkins is also the founder of Etica Wines, a marketing and consulting company focused on the organic wine industry.
Turner Realty in Longmont hired Arissa Pedroza as director of property management and Maria West as director of commercial real estate management and sales. Pedroza has experience managing residential, commercial and multifamily-home properties. West has seven years of experience specializing in commercial real estate management, ranging from asset and construction management to tenant relations and retentions.
RC Special Events hired Carol Thomas as sales manager for its office in Boulder. Thomas has 13 years experience in the rental industry, is a member of the Association of Bridal Consultants and holds the Professional Bridal Consultant designation. Thomas previously owned A-One Weddings & Events in Cheyenne, Wyoming, where she specialized in design, décor, wedding and event planning.
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