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Shelley Bayne has joined Bank of Colorado as a senior mortgage loan officer and reverse mortgage specialist for the Northern Colorado area. Bayne brings over five years of residential mortgage lending and 10 years of banking experience, with over 30 years of sales experience to the Bank of Colorado’s mortgage team; previously with Wells Fargo Home Mortgage in Loveland. She will work from the Fort Lupton and Loveland branches.
Troy Meissner, vice president of Risk Management at Bank of Colorado in Fort Collins, completed the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado. Students go through six weeks of training focusing on the areas of general management, lending, leadership and human resource management, and financial management.
Summit Pathology added pathologist Heather Carney to its staff. Carney is board certified in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology. She is fellowship trained and board eligible in Dermatopathology from The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Kacie Vaughn, marketing/relocation director at Sears Real Estate in Greeley, has earned the RELO Certified Coordinator designation from Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, which is a global network of 550 premier real estate firms around the world. Sears Real Estate has been a member of LeadingRE since 2004.
Steve Spanjer, president of Fort Collins-based Spanjer Homes, is among four builders who will speak in the 20 Club Education Program at the organization’s International Builders Show, held Feb. 8-11, 2012 in Orlando, Fla. The panel will share non-competitive information that has helped carry their respective businesses through the recent economic downturn, as well as insights into practical measures businesses can take now to further prepare themselves for market conditions that may lie ahead in 2012.
The Advanced Energy Industries Inc. board has approved the appointment of Yuval Wasserman as president of the company’s Thin Film Business unit and Gregg Patterson as president of its Renewables Business unit, which will now be designated as the Solar Energy Business unit.
Eric Thompson joined the Institute of Business and Medical Careers as campus director at the main IBMC campus in Fort Collins. Thompson will be responsible for the administration of all departments. Other duties include: managing the facility, faculty and retention of students. He has experience in higher education, fiscal management and planning and knowledge of the daily operations of IBMC’s Main Campus.
Rachel Pokrandt is the new dean of Instruction-College Now at Front Range Community College. Pokrandt will oversee FRCC’s College Now initiatives in Larimer County. College Now is the new name for college classes and programs for high school students. This includes the Larimer Campus’s 10 high school career/technical programs, which enroll more than 400 students annually.
Jaime Whitlock Donnelly joined Fort Collins-based One Tribe Creative as marketing communications director. Donnelly brings extensive business development and marketing experience in global emerging markets, enterprise-based nonprofits and start ups. Gregg Lulofs joined One Tribe as the new design director. Lulofs primary responsibility will be to manage and direct the efforts of the design team as well as leading his experience in multiple design disciplines to develop integrated branding programs for current and prospective clients.
Anne Farrell joined A-Train Marketing Communications Inc. in the newly created position of content specialist. Farrell will be a primary resource for clients wishing to leverage their social media efforts. She will work with clients to develop audience-driven social strategies while establishing a consistent and brand-driven voice for their social media profiles. In addition to social media she will provide copywriting and creative concept development for clients.
Engaging Loveland, a non-profit organization serving the Loveland area by collaborating within the community to develop and support community-wide events and enhance tourism, welcomes Ingrid Bush, Dawn Paepke and Jean Mooney as new board members.
Maria Sanchez, director of Realizing Our Community, and Greg Sunner, HR director at the Greeley JBS processing plant, have been elected to the board of directors of Weld Food Bank.
Karen Siwek, account executive for Brown & Brown Fort Collins, was recently appointed to the board of directors for United Way of Larimer County and will serve on the Finance & Audit Committee. Brown & Brown is a full service insurance agency that offers commercial property & casualty, workers’ compensation, employee benefits, contract bonds, professional liability and personal insurance coverage lines.
Cambridge Who’s Who recognized Marcia Coulson, president of Eldon James Corp., for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in all aspects of her career. Cambridge Who’s Who is a networking resource that enables professionals to outshine their competition, in part through effective branding and marketing.
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