November 21, 2017
    Executive Moves 4/21/16

    American Horse Council - Julie Broadway, CAE, will be the new president, succeeding Jay Hickey, who is retiring on June 30. Broadway has been executive director of the American Morgan Horse Association & Educational-Charitable Trust since 2007. Earlier she provided management consulting services to several firms, and served in several leadership roles in the energy industry, including EVP of an energy technology firm. She earned B.S. degrees in industrial relations and psychology at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, and an MBA with a concentration in finance at Meredith College. She is also a graduate of the Duke University Advanced Nonprofit Leadership Program. Also at AHC, Ben Pendergrass has been promoted from government affairs VP, to policy and legislative affairs SVP.

    American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine - Greg Dummer, CAE, will become chief executive, effective in August. He succeeds Irv Bomberger, who will retire at the end of July. For the past 16 years, Dummer was CEO of the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening. Previous experience included serving in leadership roles at SmithBucklin, where he oversaw marketing and communications programs for 25-plus association clients. He earned a B.A. in English from Beloit College.

    American Organization of Nurse Executives - Maureen Swick, R.N., PhD, is the new CEO and also nursing SVP of the American Hospital Association. For the past six years, Swick has been SVP and chief nurse executive for Inova, a not-for-profit healthcare system in Northern Virginia. Earlier she had leadership and management roles in nursing at hospitals and health systems in the Northeast U.S. She has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare. She is president of AONE’s board and the has been an AHA board member. Her awards include 2011 Outstanding Achievement Award- Nursing Spectrum and the AONE National Award in Leadership Informatics. She earned her PhD at Kennedy Western University and an M.S. in nursing from Columbia.

    Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of New York - CEO Richard Poppa will retire at the end of the year after nearly 20 years as chief staff executive officer. Earlier in his career he was COO at Independent Insurance Agents Association of America; EVP of Independent Insurance Agents of Indiana; administrative VP at Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of California; and a staff member at Insurance Institute of Indiana. He also was a press aide to the lieutenant governor of Indiana. IIABNY has formed a search committee, and a national search firm has been selected.

    American Physical Therapy Association - Justin Moore, P.T., DPT, has been appointed to serve as acting CEO. Current CEO Michael Bowers will depart APTA, effective April 30. Members were notified of the change on April 18. Bowers has been chief staff executive only since February 2014. Moore has worked at APTA for 17 years and is the association’s public affairs EVP. He also has led the APTA practice and research departments.

    Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools - Albert Gray resigned as CEO after seven years. A reason for his resignation was not given by the group. External affairs VP Anthony S. Bieda will oversee day-to-day operations during the search for a new chief executive. The Council is facing several challenges, including calls for the U.S. Education Department to cease recognizing the group as an accreditor. “This council takes the concerns raised by a variety of external stakeholders very seriously,” ACICS chairman Lawrence Leak said. “The assurance of quality and integrity of private postsecondary education by ACICS will become stronger and more effective in light of these concerns.”

    Solar Energy Industries Association - Rhone Resch will step down as CEO on May 31. SEIA will name an interim leader and begin the executive search process before his departure. He has led SEIA for 12 years.

    United Way of New York City - Sue Davies to chief development officer, from associate development VP, Montclair State University.

    National Association of Federal Credit Unions - Alexander Monterrubio, from counsel to director, regulatory affairs.

    American Society of Health-System Pharmacists - Jillanne Schulte to federal regulatory affairs director, from regulatory affairs director, American Pharmacists Association.

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