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Business Gallery: Sept. 20, 2015

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| Friday, October 2, 2015 10:51 a.m
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The Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the JDRF has named Dr. Patricia Bononi corporate chair of its 2015 One Walk event in Pittsburgh. Bononi is medical director of the Center for Diabetes at Allegheny Health Network.
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Tower Engineering hired Cody Cenci as a designer in the mechanical division.
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Deanne D’Emilio was named provost and vice president for academic affairs at Carlow University.
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Kathi Elliott was selected to serve as executive director of Gwen's Girls.
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Tower Engineering hired Robert Herlihy as a designer in the mechanical division.
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Kyri Greenleaf Jacobs, formerly of McCandless and now of Howard County, Md., has been named to the Circle of Excellence in The Daily Record newspaper’s annual 'Maryland’s Top 100 Women' list. The Circle of Excellence recognizes women who have been named to the top 100 three times. Jacobs, a Sewickley Academy graduate, is executive vice president and shareholder of Bonnie Heneson Communications, in Columbia, Md.
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Luke Ratke has rejoined Grant Thornton LLP as a partner and leader of the firm’s Pittsburgh audit practice.

ACCOUNTING

Luke Ratke has rejoined Grant Thornton LLP as a partner and leader of the firm’s Pittsburgh audit practice.

ADVERTISING, PUBLIC RELATIONS

Kyri Jacobs was named president of Bonnie Heneson Communications, headquartered in Owings Mills, Md.

EDUCATION

Deanne D’Emilio was named provost and vice president for academic affairs at Carlow University.

NONPROFITS

Kathi Elliott was selected to serve as executive director of Gwen’s Girls.

OTHER

Tower Engineering hired Cody Cenci and Robert Herlihy, both as designers in the mechanical division.

Business Gallery is a listing of promotions, hirings and other personnel moves at area companies. Submitted items should include contact names and telephone numbers. Photographs should bear the names of the individuals. Items can be mailed to: Business Gallery, Tribune-Review, D.L. Clark Building, 503 Martindale St., Pittsburgh, PA 15212, faxed to 412-320-7921 or emailed to business@tribweb.com.

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