Atiba promotes Rochelle
Atiba Software has named Amy Rochelle  as director of mobile development at Atiba.
Rochelle, who has been with Atiba since 2007, also has been a developer, designer, project manager and strategist. Before joining Atiba, she worked at Ingram Book Co. and Digital Dog Media, among others.
“The entire Atiba family is excited to see the growth of Atiba Mobile,” said Craig Anderson, chief architect for Atiba Software. “Under Amy’s leadership, this mobile team will be able to focus on building the highest quality iOS, Android and Windows apps, as well as Mobile Device Management and Location-based services.”
Rochelle earned a bachelor of fine arts degree in graphic design from Austin Peay State University.
Scarritt-Bennett Center adds two
Scarritt-Bennett Center is a nonprofit education, retreat and conference center.
Centerplate hires GM at LP Field
Sports and convention facilities hospitality provider Centerplate announced today the appointment of Jerry Reed  as is general manager at LP Field.
Reed will oversee the daily operations for food, beverage and merchandise in conjunction with the Tennessee Titans NFL franchise.
Previously, Reed was the director of operations at the Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena, home of the NBA’s Miami Heat. He was part of the hospitality team for Super Bowls XLI and XLIV, as well as having worked multiple stadium concerts and five Orange Bowl games.
Stamford, Conn.-based Centerplate provides hospitality events services in more than 300 entertainment, sports and convention venues across North America and the United Kingdom.
Black River promotes Delvo
Black River Entertainment CEO Gordon Kerr has promoted Dawn Delvo , who has served as manager of marketing and publicity, to director of public relations.
“Dawn Delvo has done an outstanding job serving the needs of the record label division,” Kerr said in release. “As our entire Black River family continues to grow and experience success, so does our need for proven leadership. Dawn will now bring those same strengths, skills and abilities to the entire Black River Entertainment team.”
Black River’s roster, including Craig Morgan and Kellie Pickler.
CMHF announces board moves
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has re-elected three board of trust members to three-year terms: David Conrad, J. William Denny and John Grady, the latter a partner with Crush Management.
Mark Bloom, UBS Financial Services senior vice president, was elected to a first term as a trustee.
Music industry executive Randy Goodman, Sony Music Nashville Chairman and CEO Gary Overton and Enterprise Electric CEO James C. Seabury, III, were elected as officers.
Steve Turner, president of Butler’s Run LLC, was tapped for a sixth term as chairman; and Country Music Hall of Fame member Vince Gill was re-elected to a 12th consecutive term as president.
Remaining trustees include Rod Essig, Keel Hunt, Henry Juszkiewicz, Ken Levitan, Mary Ann McCready, Ernie Williams and Jody Williams.
Current officers Earl Bentz, Connie Bradley, Mike Dungan, Vince Gill, Al Giombetti, Francis Guess, Lon Helton, Mike Helton, Don Light, Donna Nicely, David Ross, John Seigenthaler, Clarence Spalding, Troy Tomlinson and Tim Wipperman were all re-elected.
AHA announces application
Applied Health Analytics, LLC, has announced a clinical engagement record/coaching support platform (CERS) application that provides health systems and hospitals the capacity to work with a member base to provide one-on-one coaching support to improve individual health.
CERS is the newest addition to BeneFactorIQ, AHA’s software as a service platform that offers health systems and hospitals an evidence-based, business-process support platform upon which to build commercial strategies and work with employers to improve employee health.
“Employers expect more from investments in wellness programs. Eliot Houser, co-founder and CIO at Applied Health Analytics, said in a release. “They want health strategies that improve workforce health and, over time, reduce health premiums. Hospitals and health systems are the health experts in the community. It only makes sense for employers to seek their expertise when combating the rising cost of health benefits.”