Samuel Derieux, a Richmond-based certified public accountant and past president of the Virginia Society of CPAs (VSCPA), died on March 8. He was the only person to ever serve as both the president and chairman of the board of directors for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). A World War II veteran who
Applied Insight made several executive appointments, including a new executive chairman and CEO.
Tysons-based information technology company Applied Insight announced Wednesday several executive appointments including a new executive chairman, CEO, chief product officer, chief technology officer and chief financial officer. Former CEO John Hynes has taken on the role of executive chairman. “As executive chairman, I’ll be providing strategic counsel to the leadership and working to enhance our
Ken Corless was most recently chief technology officer for Deloitte’s Cloud Practice.
Tysons-based DXC Technology named Ken Corless as executive vice president, offerings and strategic partners, on Friday. Corless will be based in the company’s Chicago office. Corless was most recently the chief technology officer for Deloitte’s Cloud Practice in his 30-year career in the information technology industry. Before Deloitte, he spent more than 28 years at
Megan Sullivan has been with the firm since January 2019.
Real estate company Colliers International promoted Megan Sullivan to assistant vice president at its Richmond office, the company announced Thursday. Sullivan began her commercial real estate career in July 2015 and specializes in sales and leasing for office and medical office buildings. She came to Colliers in January 2019, and before that was a senior associate
Jonathan Cadle comes from Hitt Contracting Inc.
Jonathan Cadle has been named senior vice president at Howard Shockey & Sons Inc., a Winchester-based general contractor that is 124 years old. He joins the firm from Glen Allen-based Hitt Contracting Inc., where he served as vice president, Shockey announced this week. With 25 years in the construction industry, Cadle is a member of
Also the firm's COO, Molly Whitfield will be the firm's second president.
Richmond-based brand communications firm Madison+Main on Thursday announced that it has promoted Chief Operating Officer Molly Whitfield to president, effective March 1. Whitfield, who will continue in her COO role, is the second president in the firm’s 15 years in business. Whitfield began working with the agency in 2007 and is Madison+Main’s longest-tenured staff member.
Kate Brinn has been with Bon Secours for approximately 15 years.
Bon Secours-Hampton Roads has named Kate Brinn as president of Maryview Medical Center in Portsmouth and Harbour View Medical Campus in Suffolk, the health care company announced Wednesday. Brinn, a Hampton Roads native, has been with Bon Secours for approximately 15 years and has served in other leadership roles, most recently serving as vice president
Jen Sessums most recently comes from Fannie Mae.
McLean-based federal information technology services provider Steampunk Inc. announced Tuesday that Jen Sessums has joined the company as its chief design officer. Sessums was most recently the director of customer experience design at Fannie Mae, where she led the creative customer service studio overseeing user experience professionals, visual and service designers, content strategists and visual
Paula Sorrell comes from the University of Michigan.
George Mason University announced Tuesday that Paula Sorrell, the director of the University of Michigan’s Economic Growth Institute, will become the associate vice president of innovation and economic development effective May 1. Mason recently created its School of Computing and Institute for InnovAtion (IDIA) in preparation for Amazon.com Inc.’s East Coast arrival. In her new
Gwen Bingham is a retired three-star U.S. Army lieutenant general.
Mechanicsville-based Fortune 500 medical supply distribution company Owens & Minor Inc. has appointed retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Gwendolyn “Gwen” Bingham to its board of directors, effective March 5. Bingham is a retired three-star U.S. Army lieutenant general and most recently was the Department of the Army’s assistant chief of staff for installation management, providing