On the Job June 7, 2013
Robert Grubb, co-founder and chief executive of Longmont-based Alliant National Title Insurance Co. Inc., was elected to Northwood University’s board of trustees. Grubb also serves as national co-chairman of Northwood’s capital campaign along with his wife, Julie, and is a member of Northwood’s board of governors.
Mental Health Partners hired Dixie Casford as director of outpatient and family intensive services, and Deb Sprague as manager of its wellness program. Casford will supervise clinical team leaders and coordinate the clinical teams that provide intensive services to children and their families, and outpatient therapy for adults. Casford also will work with partner agencies, schools and advocacy groups. Sprague will handle day-to-day operations of assigned wellness teams, serving as the primary point of communication, oversight and decision-making for program needs and development.
Boulder-based LogRhythm Inc. appointed Bill Smith as senior vice president of worldwide field operations, and appointed Robert Lentz and Dick Williams as members of its board of directors. Smith has more than 25 years of experience with global sales organizations. Lentz has more than 30 years of experience in information security technology and management, including the role of chief information security officer for the U.S. Department of Defense. Williams currently serves as president and chief executive of Webroot Software Inc. in Broomfield and has more than four decades of high-tech executive and operational leadership experience. LogRhythm’s SIEM 2.0 Big Data Security Analytics platform helps organizations detect and respond to breaches and sophisticated cyber threats.
Andrea Tollefsrud, a 30-year veteran cyclist, certified bicycle skills coach/instructor and certified personal trainer, completed a 20-hour instructor-training course through the League of American Bicyclists and has attained a League Cycling Instructor certification. As a certified instructor, Tollefsrud is insured and equipped to teach several different courses from basic bicycle skills up to college level courses. Among some of the courses: Traffic Skills 101 and 201, Group Riding, Commuting, Bicycling Skills 123 and 123 Youth, as well as Safe Routes to School.
Nonprofit American Solar Energy Society based in Boulder named Seth Masia interim director replacing Susan Greene, who left her job as president of ASES on May 31. Greene had served as president for the past 18 months. Masia currently is director of communications for the society. Masia will work with the board to achieve new membership/circulation goals, and with Gina Johnson, editor/publisher of Solar Today, to keep the ASES publications operating on schedule. The society’s board of directors will begin a search for a permanent executive director.
Nonprofit Second Wind Fund of Boulder County appointed Dennis Paul as its president. Second Wind Fund provides mental health services for at-risk youth through age 19. Paul is the assistant vice president of business and community development for Elevations Credit Union. He also serves as vice chairman of the Elevations Foundation and is a former member of the board of directors of the Imagine! Foundation.
Boulder-based Organization & Relocation Inc., a provider of organization and relocation services, hired Jacqueline Dayy as a professional organizer and office administrator, and Jessica Spice as a professional organizer and social media manager.
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