On the Move: 17 June 2013

Friday, June 14, 2013 at 5:16pm
Staff reports

Metova hires Hartman, promotes Hamilton

Custom mobile application developer Metova has announced that Rebeccah Hartman has joined the firm as office manager. Additionally, Metova has promoted Caleb Hamilton from lead developer to software development manager.

Hartman joins Metova from SunTrust Bank where she worked as a teller coordinator, supervising employee activities and maintaining operational directives and customer service. She also previously worked as a scheduler for Nielsen Media Research.

“With over 10 years experience as an administrative professional, Rebeccah has terrific communication, organizational and interpersonal skills,” Dave McAllister, Metova president, said in a release.
 


Hamilton will oversee mobile application projects and build long-term customer relationships. He joined Metova in 2011 as a developer.

“Caleb has helped recruit developers who fit seamlessly into Metova’s culture; train new developers to help them meet their goals; and now he will take a larger role overseeing our team and projects,” Dave Lane, Metova vice president of technology, said in the release.

Aegis adds Hill as VP of managed care

Aegis Sciences Corp. has added David Hill to its ranks as vice president of managed care for the company’s national operations. 

Hill brings 15 years of managed care leadership experience to Nashville-based Aegis, a forensic toxicology and health care sciences laboratory company. Previously, he was director of managed care for Simplex Healthcare.

“David joins our company with a breadth of knowledge and experience that will be integral in continuing to enhance Aegis’ managed care relationships and grow market share and sales," Dr. David L. Black, Aegis founder, chairman and CEO, said in a released.  "We look forward to his perspective and contributions as he works closely with our leadership team to continue Aegis’ growth.”

Friends of Warner Parks names ED

The board of directors of Friends of Warner Parks (FOWP) announced today that Mark Weller has been named executive director.

Weller is expected to take the helm of the 22-year-old nonprofit organization this fall.

Weller will replace long-time Executive Director Eleanor Willis, the first full-time executive director of the nonprofit that provides advocacy and private support for the Warner Parks system. 

Weller has served as the executive director of YMCA’s Camp Widjiwagan since its founding in 1997. 

Weller, who has a BS in mathematics from the University of Southern Illinois School of Education and a master’s degree in recreation administration, also from USI, came to Camp Widjiwagan from the St. Louis area.

“We are very enthusiastic about the future of Friends of Warner Parks with the very capable Mark Weller at the helm,” Elizabeth Lamar, FOWP board president and search committee chair, said in a release. “He has big shoes to fill with the retirement of  [Willis], who has spent 19 years bringing FOWP out of its infancy and into a mature and robust organization. She has nurtured Friends of Warner Parks with dedication and a wonderful spark of humor.” 

 

 

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