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Monday, October 4, 2010

Hennessey Capital promotes Eberhardt to VP

HUNTINGTON WOODS
Hennessey Capital promotes Eberhardt to VP

Hennessey Capital LLC, a Michigan-based specialty finance company providing working capital to small and mid-sized businesses, announced that Kim Eberhardt of Ferndale has been promoted to vice president, marketing and communications.
She had been the director of marketing. Prior to joining Hennessey Capital in 2007, Eberhardt served as marketing manager for the Detroit Regional Chamber.
She also worked at Doner Advertising as part of the Mazda account team.

MOUNT CLEMENS
Mount Clemens Medical adds emergency room doctor

Dr. Julie M. Lata, D.O., has joined the medical staff at Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center as a specialist in emergency medicine. Dr. Lata received her medical degree from the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie, Penn., and completed her internship and residency at Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center. She practices with Mount Clemens Regional Emergency Physicians.

NEW BALTIMORE
Ross Medical names Freeman campus director

Corrina Freeman of Macomb Township has been promoted to campus director from assistant campus director at the Ross Medical Education Center campus in New Baltimore, located at 51133 New Birch St., Ste. 100.
Freeman began her career at Ross in 2008 as a financial aid coordinator and possesses more than seven years of experience in management, both in retail and educational settings.
Freeman received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Rochester College.

SOUTHFIELD
Charter One names Dryden VP/public affairs director

Charter One of Southfield has appointed Beth Dryden as vice-president and director of public affairs, Michigan.
As director of public affairs, Dryden is responsible for enhancing local and statewide media relations, community outreach and philanthropic activities.
Previously, she was director of external affairs, marketing and communications at Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transport (SMART).

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