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Comings and Goings: May/June 2018

By / Jun 1, 2018

A roundup of new hires and other personnel moves in the association industry.

The National Restaurant Association selected Roy Jackson, a longtime leader at the Coca-Cola Company, to be executive vice president of development and industry relations.

Tonya Almond was appointed to the new position of vice president of knowledge and experience design with the Professional Convention Management Association.

The Million Dollar Round Table appointed Barbara A. O’Connor to managing director. Previously, she was a director with SmithBucklin.

Wendy DuBoe, president and CEO of United Way of Metro Chicago, is stepping down after 15 years with the organization.

Jacquelyn C. Bode was named executive director of the American Association of Orthodontists Foundation.

The Professional Retail Store Maintenance Association promoted Brenda Villarreal to senior manager of professional development and to executive director of PRSM Foundation, Inc.

Aretha Kelly joined Associated Luxury Hotels International as director of sales for the Mid-Atlantic region.

Brian Coughlin was named general manager of the flagship Live! Hotel and Event Center in the Washington, DC/Baltimore corridor.

Advocates for Rural Broadband promoted Derrick B. Owens to senior vice president of government and industry affairs and Eric Keber to vice president of government affairs.

Jessica Bello was named director of operations and meetings for Eisenman & Associates, Inc.

Catherine O’Riordan was named executive director of the Ecological Society of America.

Commonwealth Hotels, LLC, appointed Megan Gabriel as field director of sales and marketing for the Midwest and Florida regions.

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