Birmingham’s Big Rock Chophouse has announced Eric Voigt as executive chef and Bill Morales as executive sous chef.
Detroit’s Dalton and Tomich PLC has announced attorney Lawrence Opalewski has rejoined the firm.
Sterling Heights-based GroupeSTAHL North America, a manufacturer of garment decoration materials and equipment, has named Carleen Gray as CEO. Gray succeeds Chris Lawson, who left the company earlier this year.
Detroit’s Dickinson Wright PLLC has named five attorneys as division directors
Howell-based Cleary University has announced Maxcel Hardy will join the university’s Culinary Academy, located in Detroit, as executive chef in residence.
Varnum’s Novi office has added two attorneys.
Grand Rapids-based Varnum LLP has announced the addition of Steve Cappellino to its Detroit office as a member of the tax planning, compliance, and litigation practice team. Cappellino’s previous experience includes more than 12 years with the IRS and as a certified public accountant with an international accounting firm.
The Detroit Economic Growth Corp. (DEGC) has appointed Kenyetta Hairston-Bridges to vice president of real estate and financial services.
O’Keefe, a Bloomfield Hills-based financial and strategic advisory firm, has announced Violeta Zdravkovic is the company’s new managing director and Keith Chulumovich is new director.
Birmingham-based Neuman Anderson Grieco McKenney P.C., a business litigation firm, has announced Laura DePonio as its newest associate.
Lambert, Edwards, and Associates, a PR firm with offices in Grand Rapids, Detroit, and New York City, Tuesday announced it has hired Arlen-Dean Gaddy as national director of business development.
The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NFKM) in Ann Arbor has elected Michigan Medicine’s John C. Magee as chair of its board of directors. Magee joined the board in 2012 and served as secretary for two years and as vice chair until he was named chair. He replaces Jin-Kyu Koh, who served as chair for the past two years.