Dispatch: A summary of recent business appointments and announcements, plus upcoming events for the week ahead
APPOINTED Dan McIntosh, financial planning specialist, Selectpath.
APPOINTED Jessica Foster, senior consultant, Ahira Consulting.
AWARDED With the 2022 Western Award of Excellence (Western University), for staff members demonstrating exceptional performance: J.D. Clarke (executive director of programs, Ivey Business School); Jennifer Devlin (manager, administration and finance, departments of anatomy and cell biology and medical biophysics); Indigenous Student Centre Team (Office of Indigenous Initiatives); Lise Laporte (senior director, Western International); Jann Paquette-Warren (director, Western Research Institutes); Dominique Perreault (manager, information security, Cyber Security and Business Services); Darren Pitre (animal care technician, Western Research); and Carrie Schnurr (manager, culinary training, Hospitality Services).
APPOINTED Herin Suswandari, HR specialist, Davis Martindale LLP.
APPOINTED Cynthia B. Kuehl, firm chair, Lerners LLP (effective January 1, 2023).
APPOINTED Jennifer Slay, director of diversity, equity, including and decolonization, King’s University College.
ANNOUNCED By Airshow London, 2023 show to return as drive-in event, September 8 to 10, 2023, at London International Airport.
APPOINTED W. Matthew Chater, CEO, Ronald McDonald House Charities Southwestern Ontario (effective January 1, 2023).
PROMOTED Marianne Griffith, to executive director, London Environmental Network.
RECEIVED By Museum London, $215,000 Museum Assistance Program grand from the Department of Canadian Heritage for the digitization, digital content development and capacity building for 6,750 objects in their historical artifact collection.
APPOINTED Mehran Kaberi, project manager / estimator, Tradition Construction Inc.
ANNOUNCED By Epcor Utlities, installation of 13 new regional electric vehicle charging stations (two at St. Marys Buick GMC and 11 at Disbrowe Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac in St. Thomas), all to be available for public use.
ANNOUNCED By London Children’s Museum, start of construction of pandemic-delayed $19-million new site at 100 Kellogg Lane, February 2023 (estimated opening late 2024).
No upcoming events.