Varnum’s Novi office has added two attorneys.
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.
Truscott Rossman, a statewide bipartisan strategic communications firm with offices in Detroit, Lansing, and Grand Rapids, announced Rachel Partain has joined company’s Detroit office as a senior account executive.
Chemical Bank, which just moved its headquarters to Detroit, has announced that Emmanuel T. Glover has been named community reinvestment act officer.
The University of Michigan Credit Union (UMCU) has announced that its president and CEO Tiffany Ford was named Professional of the Year by the Michigan Credit Union League. Ford received her award at the Honor Awards Breakfast during the MCUL and CU Solutions Group’s Annual Convention and Exposition on June 9 in Traverse City.
Daniel J. Loepp, president and CEO of Detroit-based Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, has been appointed chairman of Illinois’ BCS Financial Corp. board of directors.
Detroit’s Giffels Webster has announced that Nancy McClain, senior engineer, was awarded Engineer of the Year at the Michigan Society of Professional Engineers (MSPE) Conference.
Dan Yessian, musician, composer, and founder of the music, design, and soundscapes production company Yessian, which is headquartered in Farmington Hills, will be inducted into the Adcraft Hall of Fame in Detroit on Wednesday, July 25. Yessian will be recognized for his nearly 50-year career and his contributions to the local and global advertising industry.