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Ovations Food Services

has named Jen Zick vice-president of business development to handle operations for its Western region. With more than seven years in the entertainment industry, Zick brings a range of experience in ticketing, marketing, sales and technology applications. Recently, she worked as vice-president of business development for Tickets.com, where she was responsible for client retention and acquisition efforts as well as internal sales force automation strategy. Prior to that, she spent five years with New Era Tickets and FanOne Marketing, Ovations' sister companies under the umbrella of Comcast-Spectacor.

 

Harris Interim Executives,

a division of Harris Leadership Strategies, has announced the recent addition of two senior executives to its practice. Dave Wynne, CHRP, MBA, is a human resource generalist with previous senior level experience in the insurance, retail and wholesale food, and banking industries. He provides HR, labour relations, training and development, and leadership services. Sherri Garrity is an experienced strategist and professional communicator with broad experience in business development, organizational communications and community relations initiatives.

 

Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP

is pleased to announce its recent agreement to enter into partnership with Roy, Johnston & CO. LLP, based in Brandon, with a proposed effective date of April 1. The merged firms, with their expanded geographic presence, will be better-enabled to provide a full range of legal services to clients located in the areas traditionally served by Roy, Johnston & Co. LLP, while continuing to offer the services of the same local lawyers and offices.

 

The West End Cultural Centre

is pleased to announce the appointment of Stephen Carroll as its new general manager, effective Jan. 20. Carroll achieved recognition as a musician in the acclaimed group the Weakerthans. A key member of the band, he managed all of the business affairs for 14 years and helped steer the band to international fame. In 2009 he formed Empirical Artist Services Inc. The music-management company represented three acts and served as a consultant for many others. In 2012, Carroll was recognized as Manager of the Year at the Western Canadian Music Awards. A graduate of the University of Winnipeg, Carroll is active in the local arts and music community as a volunteer, a mentor for new artists and as part of consultations for the development of funding programs for the music industry. He is a member of the national board of directors of FACTOR, a Canadian music-industry funding agency, and Manitoba Music, a local music industry association.

 

BOARDS

Transportation Options Network for Seniors

has elected its new board of directors and officers for 2013-14: Lionel Guerard, chairman; Harry Paine, vice-chairman; Connie Newman, treasurer, Verena Menec, secretary, Doug Newberry, Gerry Rheault, Susan Sader, Monica Grocholski, Margaret Barbour, Cailin Gagnon, Charlene Dunning, Gina Sylvester, Madeline Kohut, Jonathan Borland, Vicki Toews, board members; and Pam McConnell, program co-oordinator.

 

Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Arts

has announced David Shefford has moved into the role of president of the board of directors. Incumbent president Kathy Randall moves into the role of past president. Deanne Cockell has accepted the role of vice-president and will move into the role of president in October 2015.

 

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 13, 2014 B5

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