People on the Move

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Tom McAndrew has joined People’s National Bank as a commercial loan officer. He has been in the banking industry for 13 years.

Justine Nathanson has joined The Women’s Foundation of Colorado as director of development. She has more than 20 years of experience working with nonprofit organizations, and previously was the development director for Project PAVE.

Jody Camp has joined The Women’s Foundation of Colorado as director of programs. She has more than 12 years of experience working with nonprofit organizations, including time as a Peace Corp volunteer.

Roweena Naidoo has joined The Women’s Foundation of Colorado as the administrative assistant. She has a master’s degree in public administration from Baruch College in New York.

Andrew Hershberger has been named creative director at Cukjati. He has more than 12 years of graphic design experience, and is the former owner of Origin Brand Identity and Design in Las Vegas.

Meg Nash has been appointed director of member services at the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce.

Peggy Altoff has been elected president-elect of the National Council for the Social Studies. She is social studies facilitator at School District 11, and also served on the board of directors for the Colorado Council for the Social Studies.

Ronald Smith DDS has been elected president of The Resource Exchange’s board of directors. The resource Exchange provides services to people with intellectual/developmental disabilities in El Paso, Teller and Park counties. Smith has had a private dental practice in Colorado Springs since 1969.

David A. Ervin has been named executive director of The Resource Exchange. He has worked in a variety of capacities in the intellectual and developmental disabilities industry since 1987, including holding leadership positions with the AAMR and serving as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Colleen J. Hart has been promoted to partner at Kamlet Shepherd & Reichert LLP. She has expertise in regulatory, environmental and environmental matters.

Elizabeth R. Rita has been promoted to special counsel at Kamlet Shepherd & Reichert LLP. She is a specialist in employment law, employment-related investigations and commercial litigation.

Eric D. Gunning has been promoted to associate at Kamlet Shepherd & Reichert LLP. He has worked in corporate and securities law, administrative and regulatory matters and various transactional projects.

Barry A. Schwartz has joined Kamlet Shepherd & Reichert LLP as special counsel. He specializes in civil litigation and appeals in the state and federal courts, and federal criminal appeals.

Carolyn J. Mitchell has joined Kamlet Shepherd & Reichert LLP as an associate. She has expertise in energy, natural resources, regulatory and administration, land use and zoning, real property and commercial law.

Katherine A. Roek has joined Kamlet Shepherd & Reichert as an associate. She work with real estate transactions, environmental issues related to land development, federal and state environmental regulations, and issues specific to the mining and public utilities industries.

R. Livingston Keithley has joined Kamlet Shepherd & Reichert as an associate. He will be involved with commercial litigation in both state and federal courts, including disputes involving transactions, contracts, real estate, telecommunications, employment and environmental matters.