Cheryl Froelich has been promoted to director of human resources for WBI Holdings Inc.
She has 10 years of experience with the organization and has earned an accredited professional human resources designation. Froelich previously was the employee relations manager.
Promoted at UBS
Joe Kambeitz and Kim Peterson have been promoted at United Blood Services in Bismarck.
Kambeitz is the new administrative manager. He has more than 18 years of management experience that includes three years experience as hospital services manager at UBS. Kambeitz is a graduate of the University of Mary with a degree in communications.
Peterson will manage the lab and hospital services departments. She has more than 20 years of management experience, including six as lab manager. Peterson has a bachelors degree in medical technology from University of Minnesota Moorhead.
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Horner on staff
Sara Horner has joined St. Alexius Archway Mental Health Services as a full-time psychologist.
Originally from Bismarck, Horner completed her doctorate in clinical psychology from California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University and her post-doctoral fellowship at Fruge Psychological Associated Inc, in Oakland, Calif. She received her undergraduate degree from St. Olaf College in Minnesota with majors in psychology, family studies and women’s studies.
Brooke Hornbacher is transferring to the Bismarck office of American Insurance Center as an account executive.
Hornbacher has been with American Bank Center for more than 10 years and is an electronic banking assistant.
Her new position is effective May 22.
Cole with firm
Destin Cole has joined EAPC Architects Engineers’ Bismarck office as an administrative assistant.
He previously was an associate customer service specialist at Coventry Healthcare in Bismarck and worked at Kohl’s.
Tracy Finneman, Bismarck, has been named 2011 Woman of the Year by the Bismarck-Mandan Chapter of Business & Professional Women.
Finneman, the senior marketing and development manager at the North Dakota Department of Commerce, contributes to the success of Papa’s Pumpkin Patch and Papa’s Polar Patch and their charitable contributions and is involved in a servant leadership initiative at St. Mary’s Grade School and in development of a local Catholic education system.
Leah Loerch and Shelley Geiger have received promotions at Coventry Health Care in Bismarck.
Loerch has become business manager, service operations, for the MHNet department. She started with Coventry in 2002.
Geiger, now the director of service operations, is responsible for the Kansas and Oklahoma teams. She also began work at Coventry in 2002.
Clifford E Keller, Bismarck, is retiring as executive director of the North Dakota Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, effective Monday.
Candie L Robinson, who has been associate executive director of the board, will replace Keller as executive director.
Keller began with the board in 1995.
Several area people have been elected canola representatives on the North Dakota Oilseed Council.
The representatives include Linda Stoveland, Golva; Bryan Aalund, Hazen; Ted Kautzman, Manning; Miles Hansen, Bowman; Jon Wert, New England; John Weinand, Hazen; Tony Pierce, Bowman; Scott Hoger, New Salem; and Scott Mattis, Hettinger.
Dr. Mahesh Patel was recently appointed medical director of The Clinics of St. Alexius.
Patel is a board-certified neonatologist who has been co-director of St. Alexius’ Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for the last 10 years. He will continue in that position.
Sheelar with bank
Kelsi Sheelar has been hired by American Bank Center as full-time teller at the Bismarck downtown location. She is a University of Mary student.
Kevin Allan, Mandan, has been certified in adult development by the Professional Tennis Registry, a global organization of tennis teachers and coaches.
A examination is used to determine each member’s rating. Allan received the Instructor rating.
Stacie Amsbaugh, Mandan, has joined The Golden Comb, Mandan.
She graduated from the College of International Esthetics in Colorado and has experience doing non-surgical services such as chemical peels, microdermabrasion, facials, makeup, waxing and acne and body treatments.
Shirley Thomas and Judy Maslowski are Bianco Realty’s associates of the month for March, having had the most closed sales.
Promoted at CCB
Promotions have been made at Credit Collections Bureau, Bismarck, as follows:
Marie Bailey to collection manager; Kyle Anthony, Jens Richards and Chris Scott to collection associate; Jessica Jones to collection director; Phyllis May to senior collection director level I; Jefferie Gable to senior collection director level II; Chris Gray to senior collection director level VI; Debbie Rose to senior collection director level XI; Michael Adams to quarter-million-dollar club; and Sakiah Guzman, Suzi Betts and Jerry Jackson to half-million-dollar club.
Award for Bates
Trista Bates, who works at Strasburg Nursing Home in Strasburg, is among four people being honored with the North Dakota Long Term Care Association’s annual Caregiver Award.
The awards will be presented during the group’s convention and trade show Tuesday through Friday at the Best Western Ramkota Hotel in Bismarck.
The winners were selected from more than 675 nominations.