March of Dimes - Stacey Stewart to president, effective Jan. 1, from president, United Way Worldwide. She will be the first African-American woman to lead MoD. She was previously chief diversity officer and SVP, Office of Community and Charitable Giving, Fannie Mae, and chief executive, Fannie Mae Foundation.
Native American Financial Services Association - Gary "Litefoot" Davis to executive director, effective Oct. 1, from CEO, National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development for nearly five years.
Alzheimer’s Association, Northern California/Northern Nevada chapter - Elizabeth Edgerly, PhD, from chief program officer to executive director, effective Oct. 1. She succeeds William H. Fisher, who led the largest Alzheimer’s Association’s chapter for 29 years and will retire on Sept. 30. Edgerly has held a central leadership role at the chapter since 1995. Women Health Care Executives named Edgerly Woman of the Year in 2013. She earned a doctorate in clinical psychology at Binghamton University and received postdoctoral training in geropsychology at the VA Medical Center in Palo Alto, Calif.
Indiana Hospital Association - Brian Tabor from EVP to president, effective in June. He will succeed Doug Leonard upon his retirement. Leonard has been IHA president since 2007. Tabor joined the IHA staff in 2008 as government relations VP. He was promoted to his current role last year. Before joining IHA, he worked as a fiscal analyst in the Indiana State Senate and as a policy director in the Indiana House of Representatives.
Kentucky Trucking Association - Guy Young to CEO from VP, safety director and chief development officer, Georgia Motor Trucking Association, where he has worked for 22 years. He succeeds Jamie Fiepke, who resigned in March to take a position at American Fuji Seal, a labels and packaging firm. Fiepke had been CEO since 2007.
Maine Restaurant Association and Maine Innkeepers Association - Steve Hewins succeeds Greg Dugal as leader of both associations. Dugal will remain a lobbyist for the two groups. The organizations adopted a joint management structure in 2013 under Hospitality Association Management Services, the management group. He will oversee a staff of five and manage the combined budgets of $850,000. Hewins was director of Downtown Portland since 2013. He is chairman of the University of Southern Maine Hospitality and Tourism advisory board. He is a member of the boards of Greater Portland (Maine) CVB, Maine Convention Center Collaborative and the University of Maine Alumni Association.
Wyoming Mining Association - Travis Deti, from assistant director to executive director. Deti will serve as the interim executive director from Oct. 1 until confirmed by the WMA board at their regularly scheduled meeting on Oct. 12. He succeeds Jonathan Downing, who will leave to lead the Wyoming Liberty Group. Earlier, Deti worked as legislative assistant and field representative to U.S. Sens. Craig Thomas and John Barrasso. A former U.S. Marine Corps sergeant, Deti is a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and was appointed to the Wyoming Veterans Commission in 2011 by Gov. Matt Mead. He is a 2016 graduate of Leadership Wyoming.
Minneapolis Regional Chamber - Jonathan Weinhagen to CEO, effective Oct. 10, from VP, Saint Paul (Minn.) Area Chamber. He succeeds Todd Klingel, who retired on June 30. Before Saint Paul Area Chamber, Weinhagen spent 12 years working in his family’s tire business. He serves on the Mounds View Public Schools Board of Education. He is also president of the Mounds View Schools Education Foundation.
Plumbing Manufacturers International - CEO Barbara C. Higgens to leave after 18 years at the helm. She will stay until late 2017 and help search for her replacement, which will start in October.
Illinois Health Hospital Association - David Gross to government relations SVP, effective Oct. 3.