By Staff Report
May. 24, 2016
Landmark Theatres named Julie Lamb as executive vice president for human resources and will oversee all aspects of HR. She also oversees HR at all of the Wagner Cuban companies including Magnolia Pictures, Magnolia Home Entertainment, 2929 Entertainment, Chideo, Spotlight Cinema Networks and The Westside Tavern.
Service King Collision Repair Centers named Sean Huurman as chief human resources officer. Huurman joins Service King with more than 25 years’ experience, most recently as the chief administrative officer at Imagine Communications and as executive vice president and chief people officer at software-maker Genband.
The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber named Mary Stagaman as senior inclusion adviser, a new position. Stagaman most recently served as executive director of Agenda 360 for the chamber. She will continue to lead chamber initiatives such as Diverse by Design and the development of the Center for New Cincinnatians, a welcoming portal for immigrants.
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