Napier elected VP of Arizona Sheriff’s Association
Pima County Sheriff Mark Napier was recently elected to serve as the vice president of the Arizona Sheriff’s Association.
He will assume that office for a two-year term starting Jan. 1, 2019. According to PCSD, this is an especially high honor for Sheriff Napier, as he was nominated and unanimously elected by his peer sheriffs in the State. The Arizona Sheriff’s Association is an organization comprised of all 15 elected county sheriffs who have sworn to maintain the public trust through open, honest and ethical administration of their respective offices and exercising integrity and professionalism in the use of their constitutional powers and authority.
This is the first time that a Pima County Sheriff has been elected to serve as an officer of the association. Sheriff Napier is proud to be increasing the recognition of the Pima County Sheriff’s Department and extending his leadership to a statewide level.
“Having the confidence of the other sheriffs in our state makes this a huge and humbling honor,” Napier said in a post regarding the position.
Quarles & Brady LLP announces promotions
Quarles &Brady LLP recently announced promotions for Tiffany N. Morris and Lisa M. Buck.
Morris was promoted to office operations coordinator, in addition to continuing in her role as a legal specialist. She will lead human resources and staffing as well as the office’s community involvement and outreach efforts. Buck was promoted to office events coordinator, in addition to continuing in her role as receptionist/office assistant. Buck will drive marketing and events planning, facilities management and accounting.
Ventana welcomes back Jonas Ehrlin
Jonas Ehrlin spent a memorable 13 years working in the tennis program at Ventana before leaving in 2002 to pursue a career in college tennis coaching. He returns now as our new director of racquet sports because those memories were so compelling that his wife, Veronica, encouraged him to pursue the opportunity here.
His direct involvement will include quality on-court instruction as well as supporting a variety of Club events and “a vibrant junior program.”
Town of Oro Valley announces new hires
The Town of Oro Valley recently announced the hiring of Chris Brady as human resource director and Matt Jankowski as the parks and recreation deputy director.
Jankowski is a recreation professional with more than 14 years of experience in municipal recreation, parks and special event management. Throughout his career, he has placed an emphasis on identifying processes and developing efficiencies to deliver high impact contributions to the community and the organization he represents.
Brady began his employment with the Town of Oro Valley in September 2018. He comes to Oro Valley from the City of Upper Arlington, Ohio where he led the municipality’s Human Resources Department for the past five years in areas such as employee relations, classification and compensation, benefits management, employee training and development and policy development and administration.
Carondelet Health Network hires Thomas Strong, MD
Carondelet Health Network recently named Thomas Strong, MD as medical director of the Perinatal Assessment Center at Carondelet St. Joseph’s Hospital. The center offers an array of treatments, procedures and services including fetal diagnosis, genetic counseling and management of high-risk pregnancies.
Dr. Strong serves on the Arizona Perinatal Trust Board of Directors as a Maternal Fetal Medicine site visit lead surveyor to provide insight or resources for all providers in the state.
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