Swatara Township-based Skelly and Loy Inc. named Jacque L. Foster a marketing supervisor. She has 28 years of experience. Joanne Jesiolowski was named a marketing coordinator. She has an associate degree in criminal justice from Harrisburg Area Community College and bachelor’s degrees in English and sociology from Lebanon Valley College. Michael E. Lower was named assistant vice president of engineering. He is a professional engineer with a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Penn State. James A. Sinclair was named a bat surveyor with the wildlife management team. He has a bachelor’s degree in wildlife and fisheries science from Penn State. Amy L. Stover was named an environmental field scientist. She has an associate degree in wildlife technology and a bachelor’s degree in wildlife and fisheries science from Penn State. Brandon Stickler was named a geologist. He has a bachelor’s degree in geology from Kutztown University. Calvin F. Bush II was named a water resources engineer with the environmental engineering group. He was a noncommissioned officer with the U.S. military and a municipal engineering assistant. He has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and environmental engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Robert A. Aeppli was named an environmental compliance scientist. He has a bachelor’s degree in biology and ecology and a master’s degree in environmental health and engineering from Gannon University. Alyssa R. Lynd was named an environmental scientist for transportation infrastructure improvement projects. She has a bachelor’s degree in earth and environmental science and ecology from Susquehanna University and a master’s degree in geo-environmental studies from Shippensburg University.
Lower Paxton Township-based Centric Bank named Molly O’Keefe an assistant vice president and business development officer in the West Shore market. She was a branch manager with First National Bank. She has a bachelor’s degree in business management and marketing from York College.
Millersville University named Kate Hartman assistant director of communications. She was a newspaper and magazine journalist in Connecticut. She will oversee the biannual magazine and contribute to a variety of communications and marketing projects. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism and sociology from Temple University.
Gov. Tom Wolf named Nancy Moses chairwoman of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. She is an author, a guest columnist with the Philadelphia Business Journal, an independent consultant and owner of Collaborations Inc. Ophelia M. Chambliss of York County, William V. Lewis Jr. of Luzerne County, Robert M. Savakinus of Lackawanna County, David Schuyler, Kenneth C. Turner of Lawrence County and Philip D. Zimmerman of Lancaster County were named commissioners. Chambliss is a fine artist and does freelance work in graphic design and print production; Lewis is a vice president, wealth management adviser and portfolio manager with Merrill Lynch; Savakinus is a transition education specialist with the Luzerne Intermediate Unit; Schuyler is a professor of humanities and American studies with Franklin and Marshall College; Turner writes books and articles about the American Civil War; and Zimmerman is an author and adjunct faculty member with New York University and a visiting scholar with Franklin and Marshall.
York-based Byrnes Health Education Center named Kristin W. Marquis a senior development officer. She was the director of development and marketing with the Jacobs Institute of Women’s Health in Washington, D.C., and director of special events with Loyola University in Baltimore. She has a bachelor’s degree from Fairfield University. Nicole Silvestri was named a health educator. She has a bachelor’s degree in human development and family studies from Penn State. Dominique Traina was named an eLearning educational consultant. She has a bachelor’s degree in art, imaging and digital arts from the University of Maryland Baltimore County, a master’s degree in new media from the Academy of Art University and a master’s degree in arts education from Argosy University. Thaddeus Painter was named controller. He was vice president of finance with the Children’s Home of York. He has a degree in accounting from the University of Phoenix and an MBA from Elizabethtown College.
Lancaster Township-based Junior League of Lancaster, PA Inc. named Ann Carter president, Sarah Ganse president-elect, Debi Chen-Sloan vice president of fund development, Erica Croce vice president of communications, Libby Roman vice president of community impact, Carolyn Witwer vice president of membership development, Samantha Besnoff treasurer, Beth Valentin recording secretary, Angela Ward, parliamentarian, Nicole Clair nominating chairwoman, Kate Mullen placement chairwoman and Carol Graham sustainer board chairwoman and past president.
Manor Township-based Berkshire Hathaway Homesale Realty named Becky Brown an agent services coordinator. She will design marketing materials and maintain social media accounts. She has a degree in graphic design from Messiah College. Mardi Brenneman, Jack Guyler, Joyce Kain, Phil Long, Kim McAndrew, Lisa Meyer-Gonzales, D.J. Risk, April Seward and Jan Watson were named real estate agents. Brenneman has a bachelor’s degree in special education from Millersville University. Guyler is a trainer and consultant specializing in leadership and organizational transition, and pastor of Harmony Church in Dillsburg. He has a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a master’s degree in theology and a doctorate in biblical ethics. Long was an account manager with a building-materials firm. He has a bachelor’s degree in business management. Meyer-Gonzales was a business owner. She has degrees in marketing, management and business administration and a master’s degree in communications. Risk was president of a local construction company. He has a bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University. Seward has a bachelor’s degree in behavioral science from Penn State. Watson has a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Millersville University and a master’s degree in biomedical science and engineering from Drexel University.
High Associates Ltd. of East Lampeter Township named James A. Baxter manager of facilities. He will oversee security, building services and capital projects for Pennsylvania properties. He joined High in 1998 as a commercial building maintenance supervisor.