Mark Arganbright has been appointed application party manager for Fantastic Overland Station. Arganbright has 20 a long time of expertise developing and functioning occasions. He has encounter in team management, wedding and function rentals, recruiting volunteers, budgeting, program oversight, fundraising and financial gain era. In Topeka, he has established Topeka Haunted Woods, Camp Cosplay, Topeka Xmas Village, the 22nd and 23rd Topeka Youth Challenge Golfing Tournaments, and Topeka FreeCon. He is a board member of Sole Rationale, Downtown Kiwanis and Sunflower Group. Arganbright has a bachelor’s in communications from Bethel Faculty. He has served as the director of Topeka Youth Undertaking, development director of Forest Park and guest knowledge coordinator at Exploration Area in Wichita.
The board of directors of Harvesters—The Neighborhood Foodstuff Community has picked current chief operating officer Stephen Davis as the organization’s new president and CEO. Davis gets the fifth human being to direct Harvesters and will suppose his new role officially July 1. Davis has had a passion for starvation-aid for numerous several years. The enthusiasm to treatment for those in the local community was instilled as a youngster, in aspect stemming from a childhood where by his household experienced times of wrestle to make ends satisfy. It has been a job objective of his to one day develop into the CEO of a meals bank. Davis joined Harvesters as COO in 2015. Beforehand he worked nearly 11 years with the Blue Valley school district in Overland Park. Prior to that, he served much more than eight yrs in the faculty food services marketplace as director of meals and nutrition solutions and then afterwards as place supervisor for Sodexho Management Products and services at school districts in Oregon, Nevada and California. Davis attained his MBA at Mid-America Nazarene College and a bachelor’s degree in Food items Science and Human Diet from Washington State University.
FHLBank Topeka announced the pursuing new workers
Tyrell Carstarphen as an inside auditor. Carstarphen previously served as a economic examiner at the Kansas Department of Credit rating Unions.
Shianne Copeland as a wire expert services specialist. Copeland formerly served as a private banker for CoreFirst.
Misty Gray as a HCD administrative expert. Gray earlier served as the orientation coordinator at Stormont Vail.
Evan Hopkins as venture supervisor II. Hopkins earlier worked as a venture supervisor at CoreFirst Bank and Belief.
Mike Hughes as a venture manager II. Hughes formerly served as the supervisor of patch administration at AAA Club Alliance Inc.
Stacey Kehoe as senior HR operations and profit qualified. Kehoe formerly labored at Hills Pet Nourishment.
Keith Olson as a compliance analyst. Olson previously served as an digital processing manager at Capitol Federal Price savings Bank.
Drew Pickerell as a wire expert services expert. Pickerell formerly served as a financial loan processor at Neighborhood Bank.
Elisha Sellami as a short-time period trader and liquidity analyst. Sellami is a University of Kansas graduate.
Kristy Umscheid as an inside auditor. Umscheid previously served for the Office of the Condition Financial institution Commissioner.
Tony Venditte as the new regional account supervisor for central and japanese Nebraska and northeast Kansas. Venditte arrives to us from United Banker’s Bank.
Melissa Wangemann as the new corporate counsel. Wangemann previously served at the Office of the Point out Lender Commissioner.
Zifan Yu as a design validation and assurance analyst. Yu has a master’s from Columbia College.
Local community Treatment Network of Kansas announces the retirement of Denise Cyzman, chief government officer, effective May well 27. Cyzman has led Kansas’s Key Care Association given that Oct of 2014, serving a community of group health facilities and other nonprofit clinics. Prior to signing up for Group Treatment in October 2014, Cyzman served as the senior wellness marketing consultant with the Countrywide Affiliation of Persistent Ailment Directors in Atlanta and vice president of the National Kidney Basis of Michigan. Cyzman frequently describes herself in six phrases: “I was aided. Now I enable.” During her tenure as CEO, Cyzman oversaw the rebranding of the firm from the Kansas Affiliation for the Medically Underserved, supported a member network that serves one in nine Kansans and guided Local community Treatment Network and member clinics as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. With her staff, Denise sophisticated the strategic course of Group Treatment to boost advocacy, coaching, specialized assistance and special jobs. Cyzman lives in Lawrence with her partner.
Sarah Gideon, executive director of Health and fitness Improvements Network of Kansas, received the 2022 Exceptional Emerging Well being Network Chief Award. This recognition is presented by the National Cooperative of Health and fitness Networks Affiliation, which is a national specialist membership firm comprised of wellness networks, alliances and consortiums dedicated to supporting and strengthening overall health networks. Each and every year, the business selects one new network chief or director in the discipline of wellbeing networks who displays amazing management to receive this award. Gideon has led HINK since 2016, overseeing the progress, implementation, and ongoing enhancement of all community functions. HINK serves 16 member hospitals, like Stormont Vail, in a 12-county region of northeast and north central Kansas.
Sunflower Foundation is delighted to announce the appointment of Tim Werth, of Hays, to the foundation’s Board of Trustees, as very well as the re-appointments of trustees Liz Sosa, of Backyard garden Metropolis, and Ben Schears, of Goodland, to the 9-member board. Kansas Attorney Standard Derek Schmidt produced the appointments on April 27. Schmidt appointed Werth, founding and taking care of partner of Werth Wealth Management LLC, in Hays, to a three-12 months phrase. Sosa, CEO of Epitome Enterprises in Yard City, will be serving her third and last expression. Sosa is set to grow to be chairwoman of the board, getting around for departing chairwoman Andrea Krauss, who is ending up her third expression. Schears, president of Northwest Kansas Technological School in Goodland, will be serving his second a few-12 months time period.
Topeka-place hirings, promotions, retirements and other bulletins can be emailed to [email protected]
This report at first appeared on Topeka Money-Journal: It’s Your Enterprise notes Excellent Overland Station, FHLBank, Harvesters