People on the Move – February 4, 2011

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The Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado has named its 2011 state board of directors. They include: President Judd Bryarly, Vice President Barry Wagner, Secretary/Treasurer Kevin Overley and Past President Carole Kastler. At-large directors include Bill Cary, Nate Caldwell, Kathleen Cope, Zachary Johnson, Laurel Madden, Peter Milstein, Jeff Oxley and Mark Pribramsky.

Northrop Grumman has named Suzy Hagan as program director for the $350 million Joint National Integration Center Research and Development Contract.

The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center has appointed Scott R.C. Levy as producing artistic director of the Fine Arts Center Theatre Company and director of the performing arts department. He has served as the producing artistic director at the Penobscot Theatre in Bangor, Maine, since 2005.

Luke Smith, assistant vice president and manager of The Bank at Broadmoor in Briargate, has been elected to the position of club administrator for the North Colorado Springs Rotary Club for 2011-2012. He has been a member of the Rotary Club since 2010.

URS Corp. has added a number of new employees. They include: Anna Nowrot, a graphic designer specializing in 3D; Sam Percy, a chemist who will be working in the environmental department; Dirk Wold, an air quality specialist who will be working with URS’ air quality and permitting team; and Dan Dell’Agnese, an environmental project manager who will work with the planning and assessment team.

The law firm of Snell & Wilmer has hired Brian K. Furgason as a new senior associate to its business and finance team. He has experience in advising both buyers and sellers in mergers and acquisitions (domestic and cross-border), real estate related transactions, joint ventures and general corporate matters.

Constanze Strader has rejoined Garden of the Gods Club as its sales and catering manager. She will coordinate the details of weddings and social events hosted at Garden of the Gods Club.

The Southern Colorado Business Partnership recently named new officers to its board of directors for 2011. David Csintyan, president and CEO of the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce is the new chariman. Jim Cassidy, chief financial officer for Experience Colorado Springs, the local convention and visitors bureau, is the new secretary/treasurer for the partnership.