People in the News

Susan Buehler
Susan Buehler
Posted: July 23, 2012

Main Line Health, a nonprofit health system in Bryn Mawr, hired Andrew Norton as chief medical officer. Norton had been senior vice president, medical affairs, and chief medical officer for Froedtert Hospital, a 500-bed adult tertiary hospital affiliated with the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee.

Bellevue Communications Group has promoted Susan Buehler to executive vice president from senior vice president of the Philadelphia public relations firm.

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia promoted William W. Lang to executive vice president and lending officer from senior vice president and chief examinations officer.

Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe hired Theresa Rose as visual arts program director. She was public art project manager for the City of Philadelphia's Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy. Renee Archawski was named development director and Sandy Upton institutional giving manager. Archawski was director of institutional giving at the Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania. Upton was the program coordinator for the launch of the National Theater Pilot at the New England Foundation for the Arts. Dan Comly was promoted to marketing manager from marketing coordinator. Tara Demmy was promoted to marketing coordinator from volunteer coordinator.

Brian Marshall was hired as a principal in the advisory practice of Ernst & Young's Philadelphia office. Marshall will be a global client serving partner focused on health-care provider accounts in the Philadelphia to Washington corridor. He had been a senior executive at Accenture.

William T. Thomsen has been named general manager for National Infrastructure Services for Urban Engineers, Inc., a Philadelphia provider of planning, design, and construction services. He will continue serving as a senior vice president, responsible for overseeing the firm's New York and Northeast Regions.

Archer & Buchanan Architecture Ltd., West Chester, named Michele L.W. Thackrah a principal of the firm. She had been a project architect.

Virtua, a Marlton health-care system, named Michael S. Kotzen executive vice president for Population Health Management. Kotzen had been vice president and chief operating officer for the Virtua Voorhees Hospital.

Alfred Campanella has been appointed executive vice president of Strategic Business Growth and Analytics. He had been vice president and chief information officer.

Margaret Magee has been named executive director of Daemion Counseling Center, a nonprofit Berwyn agency that provides an outlet for people who have difficulty accessing mental-health services. She had been executive director of ProJeCt of Easton.

The intellectual property law firm of Caesar, Rivise, Bernstein, Cohen & Pokotilow, Philadelphia, named David M. Tener the firm's new managing partner. Tener succeeds Manny Pokotilow, who was managing partner for 20 years and will remain with the firm.

TD Bank has promoted Brenton C. Rahn to small-business relationship manager, vice president, in Bensalem. He had been a credit analyst in Philadelphia and Bucks County.

Ballard Spahr L.L.P., named lawyers Dee Spagnuolo and Heike K. Sullivan partners in its Philadelphia office.

High Swartz L.L.P., a Norristown law firm established in 1914, named Joel D. Rosen managing partner of the firm.

Lincoln University appointed Cheryl Renée Gooch as dean of the School of Humanities and Graduate Studies. She had been founding dean of the School of Humanities and Fine Arts, and professor of Media Studies at Gainesville State College, University System of Georgia.

  — Mike Zebe

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