Rebecca Tonn has been named associate editor at the Colorado Springs Business Journal, and her position will include covering banking and finance as well as other areas. Most recently, she worked at Red Energy Public Relations as senior account executive. From 2006-2011, she was a reporter at CSBJ, covering banking, finance, tourism and nonprofits. Tonn has a bachelor’s degree in English from UCCS and eight years experience as an editor.
Jamie Shaw was selected as the new director of A Touch of Bliss’ new south location. The south location is designed to serve clients in Colorado Springs, Larkspur and Castle Rock.
Dan Seale joined HVAC Solutions Inc. as an estimator. Seale earned his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Portland State University, emphasis on HVAC equipment and thermal systems design.
Todd A. Matthews Sr., campus director at IntelliTec Medical Institute, has been appointed chair for the 2014 Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Man & Woman of the Year Executive Leadership Committee.
Jack Damioli is joining The Broadmoor in January as vice president and managing director, overseeing sales, marketing and conferences, human resources, food and beverage, engineering, golf, retail and loss prevention departments. Damioli comes from Gasparilla Inn and Golf Club in Boca Grande, Fla., where he has been president and general manager for seven years. Prior to that, he served 22 years at The Greenbrier in various departments and managerial capacities.
Dot Wright has been named executive vice president to lead the Professional Independent Insurance Agents of Colorado (PIIAC). Wright comes to PIIAC from the Arvada Chamber of Commerce. The organization represents 2,500 independent insurance agents in Colorado.
Amy Matisek has been promoted to branch marketing and community relations manager for the Mountain Region of Security Service Federal Credit Union. Matisek has a bachelor’s degree in mass communications with an emphasis in marketing from Kansas State University.