Michelle Martinez Reyes has been named regional marketing and business development manager for the Miami law office of Hunton & Williams. She will lead the marketing efforts for the firm's Miami office, focusing on branding, business development, sponsorships and events. She has more than 15 years of marketing experience, which includes work for numerous law firms.
Michelle Martinez Reyes named regional marketing and business development manager at Hunton & Williams
Divina Grossman has been named chairwoman of the board of directors for the Health Foundation of South Florida, a nonprofit grantmaking organization focused on improving health for residents in Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties. She is vice president for engagement at Florida International University. Before that , she was director and then dean of the School of Nursing, and later dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at FIU. She also is chairwoman of the board of directors of Kendall Regional Medical Center, board member of the Miami Foundation, editorial board member of the American Journal of Nursing, Steering Committee member of the Association of Public and Land Grant Universities' Urban Serving Universities (USU) and a member of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's National Advisory Council for the Nurse Faculty Scholars Program.
Andrew R. Spector has been named head of the new Miami law office of Arnall Golden Gregory LLP, providing legal services for logistics and global supply chain companies. His practice focuses on international trade litigation and cargo law. He has 25 years experience in the industry and leads the firm's recently formed logistics and transportation practice team.
Matt Bourdeau has been promoted to regional vice president, overseeing Robert Half Technology and The Creative Group in the Coral Gables, Fort Lauderdale and Tampa offices. Robert Half Technology is a provider of information technology professionals. The Creative Group specializes in placing interactive, design and marketing professionals. Both are divisions of Robert Half International, a specialized staffing firm. Bourdeau has over six years of experience in technology staffing and consulting services. Before joining Robert Half International, he held managererial positions at American Power Conversion in Kingston, RI.
Lisa M. Gunther has joined Right Management Florida/Caribbean as vice president-talent management. She will be based in Fort Lauderdale and will be responsible for guiding clients in South Florida and the Caribbean in aligning organization and people development strategies with business goals. She was senior director, organization development for WellCare Health Plans and Florida International University and was operating vice president with The Home Shopping Network (HSN). She also was an internal organization development consultant for Walt Disney World. Most recently, she headed her own consulting firm, The Facilitation Doctor, Inc.
Margaret "Meg" Scheaffel has been named vice president and chief nursing officer at Holy Cross Hospital. She will be responsible for administering all aspects of nursing operations at the hospital, including working closely with associates to provide excellence in patient care services and overseeing development of patient care policies and procedures, standards of care, standards of practice and measurements to assess and improve patient outcomes. Before joining Holy Cross, she was chief nursing officer of East Cooper Medical Center, a Tenet System facility in Mount Pleasant, S.C. She also was chief nursing officer for Memorial Hermann Healthcare System, Southeast Hospital in Houston.
Preston Jones has been named interim dean of the H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship at Nova Southeastern University (NSU). He was executive associate dean of academic affairs for the Huizenga Business School, a post he has held for seven years. Since joining NSU 20 years ago, he has also served as associate dean, director of graduate programs and director of the Center for Entrepreneurship. He also is a professor, with expertise in teaching adults and creating customized curricula. His predecessor, Dean D. Michael Fields, will leave NSU to attend to family matters.
Roberto Isasi has been promoted to executive vice president, wealth management and private banking manager at Mercantil Commercebank. He will oversee the bank's subsidiaries, MCIS, MCTC, Investment & Trust, and the private banking unit. Additionally, he will remain the president and CEO of Mercantil Commercebank Investment Services (MCIS). He will be based at the bank's Coral Gables headquarters. As president and CEO of MCIS, he directed the development of new investment strategies and products.