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CRISTY PELHAM, RC ’04, its executive director.

NICOLE RADZIWILL, CPS ’04, was appointed as quality practice leader at Intelex Technologies. SCL Health Montana appointed JIM RITCHEY, RHCHP ’04, as its vice president for human resources. SHAWN BARNETT, CPS ’05, was selected as the senior vice president and chief financial officer for CHI St. Luke’s Health-Memorial in Houston. JOSEPH F. DUFFY, CPS ’05, authored “Being a Supervisor 1.0: A Handbook for the New, Aspiring and Experienced Supervisor,” available on Amazon and at Barnes & Noble. DAN MARKHAM, CPS ’05, was promoted to director of operations at Kraus-Anderson Construction Co. BETH PRATT, CPS ’05, was featured in the award-winning documentary “The Cat that Changed America.” She is currently the California Regional Executive Director for the National Wildlife Foundation. GARY STROPOLI, CPS ’05, joined the board of direc-

tors for the Pulse Center for Patient Safety, Education and Advocacy. Furman University named KAT CRUMP, RC ’06, as an assistant soccer coach. KRISTA DEGERNESS, CPS ’06, was featured on the cover of the NEA magazine. Boulder named KURT FIRNHABER, CPS ’06, its director of housing and human services. DAN HUFFINE, CPS ’06, was appointed chief financial officer at St. David’s Medical Center in Austin, Texas. Conway Inc. named GUILLERMO MAZIER, CPS ’06, its vice president of global innovation. BARBARA MYRICK, CPS ’07, was appointed to a three-year term on the Colorado State Electrical Board. Riverwood Healthcare Center named TODD SANDBERG, CPS/RHCHP ’07, its chief executive officer. Pensco Trust, an investment company based in San Francisco, named DAVID FOXHOVERN, CPS ’08, its vice president and head of operations. BRADLEY HAGSTROM, CPS ’08, joined the Meeker School District.

Christine Susemihl, CPS ’05,

was honored at the Sept. 8 Colorado State University football game for her 45 years working in the Rams athletics department. Susemihl served various roles over the years and was inducted into the Colorado State University Sports Hall of Honor in 2008.

Profile for Marcom

Regis University Magazine - Fall/Winter 2018  

Regis University Magazine - Fall/Winter 2018