The Herd: Promotions, new hires and departures for 3.26.13

Departures

David Myers will leave his post as assistant superintendent of budget and finance for the Chesterfield County school system. He will take a position as assistant superintendent of business and operations for Hanover County next month.

Teka Phan left her position as marketing director for the Richmond Symphony.

Mark Jenkins

Mark Jenkins

Sales

Mark L. Jenkins joined the regional sales team of Comcast Spotlight of Richmond. Jenkins has been working locally in advertising for almost two decades, most recently as the media planner/buyer for Burford Company Advertising. He attended the College of William & Mary and Virginia Commonwealth University.

Arts

The Virginia Association of Museums announced the following new council members:

Tramia Jackson will be the director of emerging museum professionals. Jackson is the director of education and public programs for the Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center. She attended the College of William and Mary and the State University of New York at Oneonta.

Charles L. Grant will be the regional director for Central Virginia. Grant is executive director of Henricus Historical Park. He attended Virginia Tech and Radford University.

Darrian Mack

Darrian Mack

Darrian P. Mack joined the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts as director of audience development. Originally from Baltimore, Mack attended Hampton University, and he recently worked as director of programs and engagement at the Richmond-based Gloucester Institute.

Real estate

Amy Philipp joined Coldwell Banker Johnson & Thomas Realtors as marketing director. She studied marketing for more than 10 years and specializes in graphic design.

Finance

Kent Conrad was elected as an independent director for Genworth Financial. Conrad served as a U.S. senator representing North Dakota from January 1987 to January 2013. At the time of his retirement, he was chairman of the senate budget committee.

Mike Scyphers has been promoted to chief information officer at Markel Corporation. Scyphers has 23 years of industry, and he has been with Markel since 2009. Since joining the company, Mike has been the technology lead for Markel Wholesale.

Retail

Mary Huffard Kegley joined the Retail Merchants Association as government relations director. Huffard has more than 15 years of experience in advocacy and government relations and has served the administrations of three Virginia governors. She attended Randolph-Macon Woman’s College.

Nonprofits

Max Hepp-Buchanan joined Bike Walk RVA as director. Bike Walk RVA is a regional program of Sports Backers. Hepp-Buchanan previously worked as an advocacy programs manager for the Cascade Bike Club.

Marketing

Trisha Ip joined Burford Advertising as the media director. She has more than 12 years of industry experience.

WebStrategies announced the following hires:

Michael Reeps joined as an SEO specialist. He will lead the search engine strategy development. Reeps comes to WebStrategies from RedWeek, where he was director of web design and development.

Bobby Thompson joined the digital marketing team. Thompson will be responsible for managing all paid search, display and remarketing campaigns for the agency’s clients. Before joining WebStrategies, Thompson was Search Marketing Manager at Plow & Hearth.

Retirement communities

Emily Woodahl has been appointed activities director at the Towers Retirement Community. She will oversee its program of social and recreational opportunities for residents, including excursions, concerts, classes, special events and other activities.

Consulting

Daniel Krauland joined KLMK as an associate consultant, based out of the Dallas office. Before joining KLMK, Krauland was an associate for Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc. He received his bachelor’s in architecture from Texas Tech University.

Departures

David Myers will leave his post as assistant superintendent of budget and finance for the Chesterfield County school system. He will take a position as assistant superintendent of business and operations for Hanover County next month.

Teka Phan left her position as marketing director for the Richmond Symphony.

Mark Jenkins

Mark Jenkins

Sales

Mark L. Jenkins joined the regional sales team of Comcast Spotlight of Richmond. Jenkins has been working locally in advertising for almost two decades, most recently as the media planner/buyer for Burford Company Advertising. He attended the College of William & Mary and Virginia Commonwealth University.

Arts

The Virginia Association of Museums announced the following new council members:

Tramia Jackson will be the director of emerging museum professionals. Jackson is the director of education and public programs for the Fredericksburg Area Museum and Cultural Center. She attended the College of William and Mary and the State University of New York at Oneonta.

Charles L. Grant will be the regional director for Central Virginia. Grant is executive director of Henricus Historical Park. He attended Virginia Tech and Radford University.

Darrian Mack

Darrian Mack

Darrian P. Mack joined the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts as director of audience development. Originally from Baltimore, Mack attended Hampton University, and he recently worked as director of programs and engagement at the Richmond-based Gloucester Institute.

Real estate

Amy Philipp joined Coldwell Banker Johnson & Thomas Realtors as marketing director. She studied marketing for more than 10 years and specializes in graphic design.

Finance

Kent Conrad was elected as an independent director for Genworth Financial. Conrad served as a U.S. senator representing North Dakota from January 1987 to January 2013. At the time of his retirement, he was chairman of the senate budget committee.

Mike Scyphers has been promoted to chief information officer at Markel Corporation. Scyphers has 23 years of industry, and he has been with Markel since 2009. Since joining the company, Mike has been the technology lead for Markel Wholesale.

Retail

Mary Huffard Kegley joined the Retail Merchants Association as government relations director. Huffard has more than 15 years of experience in advocacy and government relations and has served the administrations of three Virginia governors. She attended Randolph-Macon Woman’s College.

Nonprofits

Max Hepp-Buchanan joined Bike Walk RVA as director. Bike Walk RVA is a regional program of Sports Backers. Hepp-Buchanan previously worked as an advocacy programs manager for the Cascade Bike Club.

Marketing

Trisha Ip joined Burford Advertising as the media director. She has more than 12 years of industry experience.

WebStrategies announced the following hires:

Michael Reeps joined as an SEO specialist. He will lead the search engine strategy development. Reeps comes to WebStrategies from RedWeek, where he was director of web design and development.

Bobby Thompson joined the digital marketing team. Thompson will be responsible for managing all paid search, display and remarketing campaigns for the agency’s clients. Before joining WebStrategies, Thompson was Search Marketing Manager at Plow & Hearth.

Retirement communities

Emily Woodahl has been appointed activities director at the Towers Retirement Community. She will oversee its program of social and recreational opportunities for residents, including excursions, concerts, classes, special events and other activities.

Consulting

Daniel Krauland joined KLMK as an associate consultant, based out of the Dallas office. Before joining KLMK, Krauland was an associate for Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc. He received his bachelor’s in architecture from Texas Tech University.

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