By Tribune Review
Published: Tuesday, December 11, 2012, 12:01 a.m.
Updated: Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Law firm Edgar Snyder & Associates appointed Paul DeStefano investigations manager, Rebekah Siegel workers compensation attorney and Robert Werksman information technology manager.
Edward T. Karlovich, chief financial officer, hospital and community services division, UPMC; Linda A. Kortlandt, regional chief executive officer, Pittsburgh office, Willis of Pennsylvania Inc.; and Louis E. Leff, associate clinical professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; were elected to the Community College of Allegheny County Educational Foundation board of directors.
Cristina Ruggiero was named associate dean of the University of Pittsburgh's College of General Studies.
Family Hospice and Palliative Care named Marty Howell palliative care services program coordinator.
Laurie Zierer was appointed executive director of the Pennsylvania Humanities Council.
The Pittsburgh Experiment appointed Ted Kerr executive director.
Susan Manzi, co-founder of the Lupus Center of Excellence and chair of the Department of Medicine for West Penn Allegheny Health System, received the Clinical Practice Award from the Pennsylvania Chapter of the American College of Physicians.
Stacey F. Vernallis, head of the litigation group at law firm Goehring, Rutter & Boehm, served as a panelist for the “Working in Law Firms: What's the Difference (Personally and Professionally) Between Working in Small, Medium, and Large Firms...Or Solo Practice?” presentation hosted by Pitt Law Academy.
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