EOP Architects: Susana Verni has joined the Lexington office as an interior designer.
Fifth Third: Mark Boison has been named senior commercial banker and city president in Lexington. Boison joined Fifth Third in 2011. He has more than 35 years of banking experience, and prior to Fifth Third, was president of Forcht Bank and a regional manager at JPMorgan Chase. Art Nearhoof has been named as mortgage loan originator for the bank's Harrodsburg banking center.
Eastland Animal Hospital: Dr. Emily Wood has joined the hospital, located at 1301 Eastland Drive. Dr. Wood has more than a decade of experience in veterinary medicine. She is a graduate of The Ohio University School of Veterinary Medicine.
KentuckyOne Health: Kristin K. Vondrak has been named vice president of quality. She will be accountable for the strategy and implementation of all clinical quality and safety systems and functions throughout KentuckyOne.
McBrayer: William "Todd" Forester has joined the firm's Lexington office. A substantial portion of his practice is dedicated to energy law with a focus on the oil and gas industry.
Haymaker/Bean Residential Real Estate: Michelle Tellman has joined the firm as a sales associate.
Emerge Kentucky: Mandy Helton has been named executive director for the candidate training program for Kentucky Democratic women. Emerge Kentucky is an affiliate of Emerge America, which is training the next generation of female Democratic leaders in 14 states.
Energy & Mineral Law Foundation: G. Brian Wells, an attorney with Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, has been named the 2015-2016 president of the national nonprofit educational organization that fosters the study of the laws and regulations related to natural resource development and energy use.
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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo