The Reach Foundation has named three new board members to serve on The Reach Foundation Board of Directors. The following individuals have been appointed to serve a three-year term: Wes Escondo, executive director for Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Northwestern Wisconsin; Kerri Stoner, vice president of commercial banking for U.S. Bank and Lisa Walter, chief of police at UW-Stout. Chief Walter’s term begins in May of 2017. Escondo and Stoner began their terms in June of this year.
Royal Credit Union (Royal) has named Colin Boone corporate risk manager. He is responsible for providing leadership and strategic direction for the Risk Analyst group in order to protect Royal and its members from losses related to fraud. He also will lead the enterprise risk management program, vendor management program and business continuity and disaster recovery planning process. Boone began with Royal in June of 2010 as an internal auditor. After a year in that position, he became the compliance – risk management specialist, his most recent position with Royal before his promotion to corporate risk manager.
Frank Paulich, Eau Claire service manager of EO Johnson Business Technologies, was appointed to the ECi e-automate Dealer Advisory Council. As part of the council, he will join representatives from across the country. ECi e-automate is a business management software for companies that sell and service technology. EO Johnson Business Technologies joins the thousands of businesses represented in the ECi Dealer Advisory Council. Dealers who are involved with this council function represent a large variety of companies from different sizes industry geographic locations and supplier affiliations.
Feather Communications owner and Certified Professional Resume Writer, Dr. Heather Rothbauer-Wanish, has been included in the latest e-book by Recruiter.com, titled, Get Hired: 130+ Tips for Job Seekers from the Experts. Rothbauer-Wanish’s tip for the e-book is based on following-up after a job fair. “Job seekers need to take it upon themselves to follow up with potential connections from job fairs and networking. Many people overlook this important step and it can be the difference between being called in for an interview versus completely forgotten after the event,” she explained. Dr. Heather Rothbauer-Wanish, owner of Feather Communications, has been working with job seekers since 2008 to develop forward-thinking, eye-catching, and dynamic resumes for today's marketplace.