Business

Personnel file: July 11

Kimberly 
Wells
Kimberly Wells

Education

Sayre School: Laurel Raimondo Martin has been named director of advancement.

Health care

Colorectal Surgical and Gastroenterology Associates: Dr. Thomas C. Knopp has joined the practice.

CMD Holding: Attorney and former health-care executive Jim LeMaster has been president of new-market development for ClubMD.

Organizations

National Association of Women Business Owners Lexington Chapter announced its 2011-2012 board of directors.

President: Julie McEwen, McEwen Creative; president-elect: Amy Johnson, Britton Osborne Johnson PLLC; past President: Cathy Stafford, Ad-Venture Promotions; programs: Beverly Clemons, CMI Consulting; membership: Nancy Ward, NIWard Management Group LLC and Kentucky Specialty Sauces; corporate/economic development: Tricia Shackelford, Shackelford Law Office, PLLC; treasurer: Diana Hughes, Hisle and Co. CPAs; public policy: Janey Moores, BJM and Associates Inc.; secretary: Rhonda Bartlett, RB Design Studio LLC; public relations/technology: Michelle Lowe, Ideally Done Event Planning; community service: Susan Adams, Summit Family Chiropractic; awards: Eileen O'Brien, Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC; finance/ audit: Lorie Thompson, JLJ Insurance.

Other

PwC US: Nick Walker has been named managing partner of the firm's Louisville office. He also will oversee the firm's office in Lexington.

WEKU: Charles Compton, news director of Eastern Kentucky University's radio station, has been elected to the board of directors of Public Radio News Directors Inc.

ErMC2: Kimberly Wells has been named director of business development.

Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing Inc.: Laura McDonald has been named training director.

Compiled by Camille weber

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