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The Herd: New hires, promotions and departures for 7.19.11

Richmond BizSense July 19, 2011 0

Departures

Nancy Corsiglia will leave her position as executive vice president and chief financial officer at Bank of Virginia next month. Corsiglia will remain executive vice president of Cordia Bancorp Inc., the holding company of Bank of Virginia.

Hires/Promotions

Banking

Joseph Pennington has been promoted to chief financial officer of Bank of Virginia. Pennington was most recently vice president and controller of the company.

Kate Wagner has been appointed vice president of commercial lending at Village Bank. Most recently, Wagner was a senior vice president and chief operating officer with First Capital Bank.  She holds a MBA from The College of William & Mary and attended the University of Massachusetts an undergraduate.

Law

Duke de Haas has joined Troutman Sanders as an attorney to its financial institutions practice group. De Haas previously served in the Office of General Counsel of the Virginia State Corporation Commission as deputy general counsel-financial services. De Haas attended law school at George Washington University and the University of Virginia as an undergraduate.

Higher Education

Mike Rhoades has been promoted to associate head coach of Virginia Commonwealth University’s men’s basketball team. Rhoades has been part of the Rams’ coaching staff for two seasons. Prior to VCU, Rhoades spent 10 years as head coach at Randolph-Macon. http://vcuathletics.tv/mbb/rhoadesbio.php

Rabbi Andrew Goodman has been named the University of Richmond’s first director of Jewish life and campus rabbi. Goodman is a former senior rabbi of a congregation in Plattsburgh, N.Y. Goodman was also an adjunct instructor of Judaism at SUNY-Plattsburgh. Previously, he was a commissioned officer in the United States Navy Reserve and a chaplain candidate with the Navy’s Chaplain Corps. Goodman has a masters from the Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion and attended the University of Michigan.

Technology

Lynn Hurley joined Networking Technologies and Support, Inc. as a senior project manager.

Johnny Lipscomb joined Networking Technologies and Support, Inc. as a deskside support specialist.

Novell Patron joined Networking Technologies and Support, Inc. as a deskside support specialist.

Mark Owen joined Networking Technologies and Support, Inc. as a deskside support specialist.

Aaron Sweet joined Networking Technologies and Support, Inc. as a deskside support specialist.

Stephen Franklin, Jr. joined Networking Technologies and Support, Inc. as a logistics assistant.

Lindsey Eubanks joined Networking Technologies and Support, Inc. as a logistics assistant.

Marketing

Jonathan Ariail joined ND&P as a project manager.  Ariail most recently worked at WTVC News Channel 9. He attended the University of Georgia.

Mac Calhoun joined ND&P as a senior writer. Calhoun has previously worked for Brand Edmonds Bolio, Finnegan & Agee, Arnold Finnegan Martin and Barber Martin. Calhoun attended Davidson College.

Kelsey Goodson joined ND&P as an assistant account executive. Her Goodson previously worked for the Durham Chamber of Commerce. She attended North Carolina State University.

Janae Johnson joined ND&P as a public relations and social media assistant. Johnson previously worked with Virginia State University, the Department of Public Works for the City of Richmond and the Virginia office of the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) in Richmond.  Johnson attended Howard University.

Food Distribution

Craig Hoskins, has been promoted to president and chief operating officer of Performance Food Group Co. He will take over the role Jan. 1. Hoskins succeeds Tom Hoffman, who is now the company’s chairman and chief operation officer. Hoskins was most recently senior vice president – sales for Performance Food Group.

Associations

Chris Lowrie has been named the executive director of Commonwealth Parenting. Lowrie replaced Elizabeth Pearce, who resigned last month. Lowrie most recently served as the executive director of International Sustainable Development, Inc. Lowrie attended Hobart College and Syracuse University.

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