New York’s Tiger 21 today announced the launch of its inaugural Detroit group, which will be led by Ian Burnstein. The investment group is a peer membership organization for high-net-worth wealth creators.
The Detroit Medical Center’s Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan (RIM) has announced the appointment of Bridget Leonard as chief nursing officer.
Dykema’s Bloomfield Hills office has announced the addition of Brian R. Balow as senior counsel to its corporate finance practice group.
The Michigan Republican Party has retained Derek Dickow as deputy finance director. Dickow is founder of Birmingham-based Steward Media, a public relations and political relations firm.
Detroit’s Health Alliance Plan (HAP) announced that Margaret Anderson will serve as senior vice president, chief sales and marketing officer. In this position, she will be responsible for HAP’s strategic planning function, sales and service for all products, and overseeing the teams responsible for the company’s digital strategy, product development, advertising, public relations, marketing communications, community outreach, worksite wellness, and market intelligence.
Cranbrook Educational Community in Bloomfield Hills has appointed Lee Brayton Ghesquiere, Christopher Ilitch, Nancy Tellem, and Deborah Wahl as new trustees. The board consists of representatives from the Cranbrook Academy of Art, Cranbrook Schools, Cranbrook Institute of Science, and the Cranbrook Educational Community at-large.
Franco in Detroit has added Lexi Trimpe as a digital account executive and Randy Pilon as an account executive. Franco is Detroit’s longest-standing full-service public relations, marketing, and social media firm.
Ascension Michigan has announced that Joseph Cacchione has been appointed as CEO. He will also serve as senior vice president of Ascension Healthcare.
Southfield-based Farbman Group announced that the full-service real estate firm has hired David Baratta as vice president, with a dual role in property management and development.
Saint Joseph Mercy Health System (SJMHS) announced that Bill Manns will serve as president of the health system’s Ann Arbor and Livingston hospitals.
Warner Norcross and Judd LLP’s Southfield practice, a corporate law firm, has added experienced tax and estate planning attorney William C. Lentine as a partner.
IPS Realty in Grosse Pointe Park has named Letitia Maxwell development director and Robert Graham director of acquisitions, finances, and sales.