Tuesday, March 30, 1999


        • Meghan Glynn has been named director of corporate communications at Comair. Ms. Glynn will be responsible for enhancing the airline's corporate communications department both internally and externally. She was manager of media relations. Before joining Comair in 1996, she was a reporter for The Cincinnati Enquirer. She graduated from Kent State University with a bachelor's degree in journalism.

        • Diane Hayes has joined Taft, Stettinius & Hollister LLP law firm as an associate in the general department; Philip F. Schultz, a partner, has been named chairman of the law firm's mergers and acquisitions practice group; Elizabeth A. Galloway, a partner, has been named head of the law firm's institutional finance practice group; Cynthia Felson, an associate in the workers' compensation group of the litigation department, has been appointed by the Cincinnati Bar Association board of trustees as continuing legal education coordinator for the association's workers' compensation committee; and Ross Wright, an associate in the litigation department, has been appoint ed to the Hamilton County Mental Health Board.

        • Brent Hayes Floyd has joined Holland Communications as copy writer and assistant account executive; Monica Carol Miller has joined the company as media assistant; Chuck Wolf, senior art director; and Melody Nicole Nicholas has been named assistant account executive.

        • Jay E. Van Winkle has been named executive director for the Southwestern Ohio Chapter of the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation. Mr. Van Winkle will manage two divisions, Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky and Dayton/Miami Valley. Before joining the March of Dimes, he had been interim president/chief executive officer and vice president of administration for Easter Seals of Southwestern Ohio. He holds a bachelor's in business administration from the University of Cincinnati.

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