Fennemore Craig welcomes Lindsay Moellenberndt
Fennemore Craig, a leading law firm in the Mountain West, announced that Lindsay Moellenberndt has joined the firm as its first business development director. The new role is focused on enabling attorneys to foster forward-thinking conversations with clients that add value to their businesses.
“When creating this position, we envisioned someone who would not only work with our attorneys to identify and secure new business, but someone who could also help our existing clients thrive by connecting them with new opportunities,” said James Goodnow, Fennemore Craig’s president and managing partner. “Lindsay’s background in business development coupled with her unique ability to facilitate connections between people and companies across the region make her the perfect person for this new role at Fennemore Craig.”
“I’m thrilled to be joining a firm with such a strong reputation and track record of success – especially in a role that allows me to bring together my love of connecting people and companies with resources for growth and my experience in business development,” commented Moellenberndt. “I look forward to working with the incredible team at Fennemore Craig and their clients.”
Heidi Zebro hired as general manager for DeLex Realty
Heidi Zebro has worked in Arizona’s real estate industry for over 20 years and is experienced in growing a company’s footprint through sales acquisition, branding, promotion, training and events.
As general manager, Zebro will be working alongside the leadership team at DeLex Realty to grow the brand inside the Phoenix Metropolitan Area before looking to grow the brokerage outside of Arizona. DeLex Realty was built with the vision of “Make Agents More Money”. DeLex Realty currently has over 650 real estate professionals and will cap at 1000 REALTORS, allowing DeLex Realty to support the REALTORS at the highest possible level.
Zebro is also known for bringing BREA, Best Real Estate Awards, to the Phoenix Metropolitan area. Last year over 40 REALTORS and real estate brokerages were recognized for their top production at the Scottsdale Center of Performing Arts, the event was attended by over 500 leading real estate professionals.
Phoenix Gay Chamber hires executive director
For the first time in its 40-year history, the Greater Phoenix Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (GPGLCC) – one of the oldest LGBTQ chambers of commerce in the nation – has appointed its first-ever Executive Director, Deanna Jordan. A longtime GPGLCC member and former Chair, Jordan started her new position on September 23, 2019 and will be leading the chamber with a focus on business development and community engagement initiatives.
“It’s so important to create a safe place to do business here in Phoenix and in the surrounding markets and I am honored to now be in a position to help make this a reality for our community,” said the GPGLCC’s newly appointed Executive Director Deanna Jordan. “The secret is out: the LGBT community is very brand loyal and loyal to those who support their lives. Seeing the growth that can occur for ALL businesses as we further streamline the chamber’s efforts is a very exciting step in our development.”
Randall Clemson will manage Kidder Mathews Valuation Advisory Services
Randall Clemson has joined Kidder Mathews as a senior vice president, and he will manage Valuation Advisory Services in the Phoenix market.
Clemson is a veteran commercial real estate appraiser with 15 years of industry experience. His appraisal expertise involves a wide range of property types including retail, office, industrial, multifamily, medical centers, and land assemblages. He is qualified as an expert witness and has provided court testimony for the U.S. Federal Bankruptcy Court and Arizona Superior Court. Before joining Kidder Mathews, Clemson was with Strategic Valuation Group in Phoenix.
Dr. Roberta Weintraut awarded Alumna of the Year
Each year the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine (AWCIM) at the University of Arizona awards its Alumni of the Year award to a graduate of its educational programs who is advancing the field of integrative medicine. Open to graduates of the flagship Fellowship in Integrative Medicine, as well as the Integrative Health & Lifestyle program, nominations are solicited from previous graduates of these programs.
This year’s award winner is Roberta Weintraut, MD, director of the Integrative Medicine Division and leader of the Integrative Medicine in Residency (IMR) program at the Navicent Health/Mercer University School of Medicine in Macon, Ga.
“Training in integrative medicine has imbued my work with a greater purpose,” Dr. Weintraut said. “The connection to the patient and their path was lost, and I needed a way not just to bring that back into my own practice, but to show my residents and students how to bring that into theirs as well.”
“Roberta participated in IMR as one of the early adopter sites and has faithfully participated and taught at the IMR faculty development meeting,” said Patricia Lebensohn, MD, director of the IMR at AWCIM. “Roberta’s kind spirit is palpable in her teaching of botanicals to residents and peers. She has been the most humble leader and supporter of integrative medicine.”