People on the Move – April 16th Editorial April 17, 2019 0 Comment People on the Move is a part of delaware business times’ For the Record section, a rundown of recent hirings, promotions, appointments and other notable movements by professionals in the state.
Before that she spent 20 years as the founding executive director of the Rhode Island office of Local Initiatives Support Corporation, a national leader in community development. She is a graduate of.
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Drs. Barry Nahin, Emily Peterson and Ethan Cruvant joined the Dignity Health Medical Group. Nahin is a board-certified family medicine physician, a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians.
Ericsson Announces Change to the Executive Team Ericsson announced that Rafiah Ibrahim will leave her position as Senior Vice President and Head of Market Area Middle East & Africa and will take on a role as advisor to CEO Brje Ekholm. Rafiah Ibrahim, who has held her current position since April 01, 2017, will assumeRead More
Ocwen finalizes deal to sell $110B of MSRs to New Residential I mention this because, while one might argue that Ocwen got a relatively good deal on these MSRs (specifically because ResCap was in Chapter 11 and pressured to sell), one might also argue that.
Personnel File – People on the Move, April 20, 2015. By THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA SUSAN L. KELSEY has been appointed by Gov. Rick Scott as a judge on the 1st District Court of Appeal.
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