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Business Gallery: August 2, 2015

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Magali Cornier Michael, former chair of the English department and director of English graduate studies at Duquesne University, has stepped into the role of associate dean of the university’s McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts.
Magali Cornier Michael, former chair of the English department and director of English graduate studies at Duquesne University, has stepped into the role of associate dean of the university’s McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts.
Conservation Consultants Inc. welcomed Alison Steele in the new position of manager of community programs and advocacy. Steele will lead CCI’s work in Uptown and Oakland under a grant from the R.K. Mellon Foundation.  Her responsibilities will include managing community engagement activities that will result in the weatherization of select homes, increased awareness of energy efficiency best practices, and advocacy for public policy that improves home efficiency and home performance.
Conservation Consultants Inc. welcomed Alison Steele in the new position of manager of community programs and advocacy. Steele will lead CCI’s work in Uptown and Oakland under a grant from the R.K. Mellon Foundation. Her responsibilities will include managing community engagement activities that will result in the weatherization of select homes, increased awareness of energy efficiency best practices, and advocacy for public policy that improves home efficiency and home performance.
Rivertowne Brewing hired Jenn Weir to the position of brand builder in the Cleveland/Erie region and as a contributor to corporate marketing efforts.
Rivertowne Brewing hired Jenn Weir to the position of brand builder in the Cleveland/Erie region and as a contributor to corporate marketing efforts.

BANKING, FINANCE

Federated Investors Inc. appointed Stephen Van Meter as chief compliance officer.

EDUCATION

Magali Cornier Michael, former chair of the English department and director of English graduate studies at Duquesne University, has stepped into the role of associate dean of the university's McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts.

TECHNOLOGY

Geospatial Corp. announced that Molly Zuccaro has agreed to join the company to lead in the design of operational strategy and ensure that strategic business plans are successfully executed.

NONPROFITS

Conservation Consultants Inc. welcomed Alison Steele in the new position of manager of community programs and advocacy. Steele will lead CCI's work in Uptown and Oakland under a grant from the R.K. Mellon Foundation. Her responsibilities will include managing community engagement activities that will result in the weatherization of select homes, increased awareness of energy efficiency best practices, and advocacy for public policy that improves home efficiency and home performance.

Jacqueline Bauer, chief administrative officer and secretary of the Allegheny Health Network, is now a member of the Family House board of directors.

OTHER

Rivertowne Brewing hired Jenn Weir to the position of brand builder in the Cleveland/Erie region and as a contributor to corporate marketing efforts.

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