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Sue Shirley and Ashlee Faulkner became shareholders of Fort Collins-based TLC Payroll Services. Shirley leads TLC’s payroll operations and Faulkner leads its business-development operations.
Larry Archer joined Greeley-based commercial contractor Harris Constructors Inc. as general manager. Archer has 33 years of contracting experience. He previously was vice president for operations at a commercial contractor specializing in medical construction and tenant improvement.
Jalyn Courtenay Webb was named managing director at Midtown Arts Center in Fort Collins. She holds a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Northern Colorado and has been a performer and vocal coach throughout Colorado for more than 20 years; she has appeared on stage at Midtown as well as Union Colony Dinner Theater, Little T! heater of the Rockies, Greeley Stampede Troupe, Greeley Philharmonic and Starkey Theatrix. She spent eight years as a sales consultant for Vera Bradley and six as district manager for Brighton Collectibles.
Sean Ronan was named manager of the Greeley branch of Security Service Federal Credit Union. A Greeley native and graduate of the University of Northern Colorado, Ronan previously managed the Wells Fargo bank branch in Boulder.
Mathew Neal, a Fort Collins native who received a master’s degree in business administration from Colorado State University and is an adjunct professor at the University of Colorado, was named superintendent of the American Creativity Academy in Kuwait. He had been director of innovation and strategy for Denver Public Schools before becoming new-school instructional superintendent.
Four new providers joined the University of Colorado Health team in northern Colorado in July. Dr. Murry Drescher specializes in interventional, nuclear and clinical cardiology at UCHealth Longmont Clinic, 1925 W. Mountain View Ave. He earned a medical degree from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York and completed an internship, residency and fellowships in critical care and cardiology through University of Miami-affiliated hospitals. Dr. Jamie Stucker joined UCHealth OB/Gyn, 1715 61st Ave., in Greeley. She earned a degree from the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Aurora and completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Scott and White Memorial Hospital in Temple, Texas, through Texas A&M Health Science Center. Nurse practitioner Shanna Keele will care for patients at UCHealth Heart Center in Fort Collins, Loveland and Fort Morgan. She earned a master’s degree in nursing from the University of Utah and a Ph.D. from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. Nurse practitioner Katrina “Katie” Plassmeyer is the newest addition at UCHealth’s Timberline Medical in Estes Park. She earned master’s and bachelor’s degrees in nursing from Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho.
Jeff Raley and Stanley Nichols were hired at iSupportU in Boulder. A network and server engineer, Raley has more than 10 years of experience in technology. Network engineer Nichols has more than six years of experience in technology and is working toward a degree in computer science at Colorado State University.
Harry Hollines was named vice president for corporate development and legal affairs at Louisville-based Envysion, a provider of cloud-based, video-driven business intelligence software. He has more than 18 years of experience in business development, corporate development and corporate law in the video, Internet and corporate-training industries. He most recently was senior vice president for corporate and business development at Miller Heiman, Inc., a provider of corporate training services, and vice president for business development at iBAHN, a provider of high-speed Internet access, video-on-demand, conferencing solutions to the hospitality market. He earned his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Colorado and his bachelor of arts degree in communications and English from Fort Lewis College.
Lou Faust was named chief executive at Boulder-based Agribotix, a provider of agricultural intelligence solutions using drone-enabled technologies. He has more than 30 years of management experience and 10 years on Wall Street as managing director with Salomon Brothers (Citigroup).
Curtis Sears became Of Counsel for Coan, Payton & Payne, LLC. He graduated from the University of Colorado School of Law in 1992 and has practiced law in Colorado and Texas in both small and large firms. He teaches real estate courses at the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder, and previously taught at the College of Business at Colorado State University.
Joseph Mitchelle, senior vice president for operations at Longmont-based UQM Technologies Inc. (NYSE: UQM), was promoted to chief operating officer and will serve as interim president and chief executive while a replacement for Eric Ridenour is sought. Mitchell, 54, has been with UQM since 2012, having previously served as director of quality, North America, for A123 Systems Inc. He also held posts at Continental Automotive and Siemens VDO.
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