Ex-Ingram Content Group CEO takes job with Ohio nonprofit
Former Nashville-area business leader David “Skip” Prichard has been named president and CEO of nonprofit OCLC, effective July 1.
Roughly a year ago, Prichard left La Vergne-based Ingram Content Group after having served as its president and CEO (read more here). In 2007, he arrived at what was then called Ingram Book Group and served as its COO. Ingram Content Group was formed in 2009.
Previously, Prichard served as president and CEO of ProQuest Information and Learning in Ann Arbor, Mich., a position he vacated after the business was sold to Cambridge Information Group in 2007.
At OCLC, Prichard will succeed Jay Jordan, who is retiring after 15 years as company president and CEO. This will be Prichard’s first job with a nonprofit.
Dublin, Ohio-based OCLC (Online Computer Library Center, Inc.) is a membership, computer library service and research organization.
Pinnacle adds trio
Beirnes joins Pinnacle as a service specialist for its Belle Meade office. She comes from SunTrust Bank, where her roles included serving as a client service manager, customer service specialist and financial services representative.
Hewitt also comes from SunTrust Bank, where he was a client support specialist for its Private Wealth Management group. He is based at Pinnacle’s downtown Nashville location at The Pinnacle at Symphony Place.
Weatherford joins Pinnacle as a treasury management operations product specialist. She has 35 years of financial services experience and brings a 30-year career from Bank of America, where her roles included serving as a teller operations specialist, a senior sales support associate and a corporate trust operations officer. Weatherford is also based at Pinnacle’s downtown Nashville office.
TriStar announces board changes
TriStar Centennial Medical Center has announced a new chairperson, a new vice chairperson and seven new members to its 20-member board of trustees.
They include the following:
Juli G. Horton, M.D., infectious disease physician at TriStar Centennial Medical Center, has been named chair.
Arthur B. Laffer, Ph.D., founder and chairman of Laffer Associates and Laffer Investments, has been named as vice chair.
Joe F. Alexander, associate dean at the Jack C. Massey Graduate School of Business at Belmont University; Michael S. Murphy, founder and president of Dominic & Irvine Research; and David R. Spigel, M.D., medical oncologist at TriStar Centennial, have been appointed as board members for three-year terms through Dec. 31, 2015.
William H. Polk, Jr., M.D., thoracic surgeon at TriStar Centennial, has been appointed as a member for a one-year term through Dec. 31.
Marilyn Kaye Orange, a registered nurse at TriStar Ashland City Medical Center and the 2011 Frist Humanitarian Employee Award recipient, has been appointed as a non-voting member for a term of one year through December 31.
Michael J. Stabile, M.D., vice president of the medical staff; and Jeffrey Guy, M.D., chief medical officer at TriStar Centennial Medical Center, also have been appointed as ex-officio members of the board.
Patricia P. Stokes, president and CEO of the Urban League of Middle Tennessee, has been reappointed to a second term through Dec. 31, 2015.
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