People on the move – 17


People on the Move is a recap of recent hires, promotions, appointments and other notable movements of professionals in the state. If you are interested in submitting an application, please contact [email protected].

Ariel gruswitz

Ariel gruswitz joined Facility Logix as an associate director. She will be responsible for leading the firm’s consulting practice and expanding its feasibility and market analysis capabilities.

To this new role, Gruswitz brings nearly 20 years of experience in science and technology advocacy, economic development, government relations and regulatory affairs, most recently at Delaware Prosperity Partnership, an economic development agency at the statewide. His expertise includes leading efforts to provide strategic direction to strengthen the state’s innovation economy and secure public funding to support the expansion of scientific enterprises; align the economic development interests of the public and private sectors; and advocate for science-based regulation of biotechnology.

The Maritime Exchange for the Delaware River and Bay has appointed Lisa Himber as president of the 146-year-old association following the sudden death of former president Dennis Rochford.

Himber started at the Exchange in 1988. After assuming increasing levels of responsibility and a series of promotions, she became Vice President in 1996. She received several Meritorious Service Awards from the US Coast Guard, was appointed Honorary Customs Officer and was appointed to the National Maritime Safety Advisory Committee by then Department of Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge. Most recently, Himber was inducted into the Delaware Maritime Hall of Fame with the Class of 2021.

The Sussex County Land Trust (SCLT), a non-profit conservation organization, has announced the appointment of new board members: Tracy adams, Lardner ring and Michael dickinson, as part of a strategic effort to expand its footprint and representation in Sussex County.

Adams is an active partner in the day-to-day operations of its family businesses: Melvin L. Joseph Construction, ML Joseph Sand & Gravel, Stockley Materials and Citation Rentals. As head of the Milford Municipal Engineering Department at Davis, Bowen & Friedel, Lardner brings over 18 years of project engineering and construction administration experience to residential and commercial development. Dickinson, SoDel Concepts’ vice president of operations, helped open three new SoDel restaurants.

Beebe Healthcare announced Dr Joyce Robert as director of the family medicine residency program.

Dr Robert is a Board Certified Family Physician and received her MD from SUNY Downstate College of Medicine. She completed her training at the Mount Sinai Downtown Residency in urban family medicine. Previously, Dr Robert served as Senior Professor and Advisor for the Harlem Family Medicine Residency, as well as Chair of Performance Improvement and Director of the Transition Year Residency Program, all with the Mount Sinai Health System. .

At Beebe, Dr. Robert will work with a team to create Beebe’s family medicine residency program and process.

The National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation, Inc. will hold its 36th annual Virtual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Friday, September 24, 2021. Each year, graduates of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are inducted into the Hall of Fame. of fame. for the important contributions made in their respective fields. This event ensures and promotes the viability of HBCUs and highlights the achievements of their alumni.

Among this year’s recipients is Dr Lorene K. Robinson who will be inducted into the Lifetime Achievement field. Dr Lorene Robinson received a Bachelor of Arts in English from Delaware State College (now Delaware State University) in 1977. After graduating and previously working with Delaware State University, Lorene was briefly employed by K- Mart as a manager. intern; the State Historical and Cultural Affairs Division as case analyst; Delaware Division of Parks and Recreation as typist and Independent Newspapers, Inc. as ad editor and composer. In addition to being a proud DSU alumnus, Lorene holds a Masters in Human Resources Management from Wilmington University (1988). In 2019, she also obtained the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from Delaware State University, which brought her full academic circle, earning both a bachelor’s and a doctorate from her alma mater. Lorene views these accomplishments as testimonies of God’s grace, the support of family and friends, and the unique nature and upbringing characteristic of the HBCU experience.

New Castle County Police Chief Vaughn bond was appointed to the post of Director of Public Safety for New Castle County by New Castle County Director Matt Meyer. Meyer also nominated Captain Joseph Bloch as chief of police. The two will take up their new roles on October 1 on an interim basis, pending approval from New Castle County Council.

Bloch is a 27 year veteran of the police service and was hired in 1994 as a recruiting officer. He was promoted to the rank of captain in November 2017, where he oversaw the patrol and criminal investigation units.

Governor John Carney announced that Amy Bonner, secretary of the Delaware Department of Human Resources (DHR), will be stepping down next month for a position with the Caesar Rodney School District.

Prior to her confirmation to the Senate as secretary of the DHR, Bonner served as deputy director of the Delaware Office of Management and Budget (OMB), where she oversaw financial operations, information technology and human resources. Previously, Bonner served for five years as Deputy Director of the Human Resources Management Division, where she led Employment Services, Equal Employment Opportunities and Policy Development for Human Resources. division.

Dr Jessilène Corbett, Deputy Secretary of DHR, will serve as interim secretary until a replacement is appointed and confirmed by the Delaware Senate.


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