Promotions and new on the job
Jim Conrady has been named vice president of online applications at Fifth Third Bank. Conrady is responsible for development of the systems that process credit card, debit card and ATM transactions. He joined Fifth Third in 2003 with 35 years of experience in information technology.
Kathleen Donnellan has been appointed director of the archdiocesan department of community services at the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.
Dr. Michael Barber has been named chief executive officer at Group Health Associates (GHA).
Donald E. Kneir has joined Multi-Color Corp. as president of the decorating solutions division.
Joseph B. Curry has joined the Taft Museum of Art as development director and Sheri Besso joined the museum staff as assistant preparator.
Maura Slawinski has joined KZF Design as an electrical designer, and Roger Full has joined as mechanical/HVAC engineer.
Ray Brown has joined Grant Thornton as business development executive.
William J. Kramer III has been named chief financial officer for General Tool Co.
Dr. Sandra Eisele, orthopedic surgeon, has been appointed president and chief executive officer of Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine. Eisele presides over meetings of the board and leads the development of strategic direction in addition to serving as the organization's spokesperson.
Jay Adrick, vice president of strategic business development for the Harris Broadcast Communications Division (BCD), has received the 2004 Harris Industry Recognition Award.
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