Maricopa Health Foundation welcomes 3 board members

The Maricopa Health Foundation (MHF) announced the addition of Sel Nutor, Jill Krigsten Riley and Pam Stelzer to its board of directors. Led by Board Chairwoman Nita Francis, Vice Chairman Kevin Neal and Secretary/Treasurer John Hoopes, the Maricopa Health Foundation is a nonprofit organization supporting Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS), Arizona’s only public teaching hospital and safety-net health system.

Sel Nutor
Jill Krigsten Riley
Pam Stelzer

“We are incredibly grateful for the community leaders who serve on our board and their tireless dedication to transforming community health,” said Maricopa Health Foundation CEO Nate Lowrie. “Sel, Jill and Pam have extensive experience in nonprofit leadership, and we look forward to drawing on their expertise as MIHS enters the exciting next phase of its  ‘Care Reimagined’ program.” 

Sel Nutor, Vice President and Area Manager for the JPMorgan Chase Arizona North and Central Market Business Banking team, has more than 20 years of banking and financial services experience with a background in commercial and retail banking, sales development, commercial lending and risk management. With degrees in economics and business administration, Nutor has held management and senior management positions with increasing responsibility in Denver, Chicago, Salt Lake City and Portland.

Also joining the MHF board is Valley media and nonprofit leader, Jill Krigsten Riley.  Currently a Media Consultant for Cox Media, Riley previously served as Director of Sales at KPNX.  While there, she received the “Sales Person of the Year” award for seven consecutive years and, in 2011, won the national “Gannett Sales Executive of the Year” honor.  Riley has a deep-rooted commitment to bettering the community in which she lives. 

Joining the board with Nutor and Riley is Pam Stelzer, CPA, an Audit Manager at Henry+Horne, with experience in software, high technology, healthcare, manufacturing, homebuilding and other commercial sectors. Before joining Henry+Horne in 2016, Stelzer worked as a manager at a large national CPA firm and a Big Four accounting firm.

MIHS includes the Arizona Burn Center, Level I Trauma Center, Maricopa Medical Center, two behavioral health facilities and 13 Family Health Centers located across Maricopa County.

Atmosphere Commercial Interiors names regional VP

Atmosphere Commercial Interiors announced that Jeff Anderson has been named Regional Vice President of their Arizona region, effective April 30, 2018. As Regional Vice President, Anderson will succeed Jayme Arezzo, who has been Arizona’s Regional Vice President since 2014. With seven offices in four states, Atmosphere serves a vast client base that generates revenues of $200M as one of the world’s largest Steelcase dealers.

Anderson brings outstanding credentials to Atmosphere’s Arizona operations, with deep contract interiors experience in manufacturing and dealership management. Anderson owned and operated an office furniture dealership for 21 years prior to holding several leadership positions with Office Max and The HON Company. “Jeff has built a solid reputation for his strategic vision, talent development, and business results,” notes Carlene Wilson, President and CEO of Atmosphere Commercial Interiors. “His distinguished record of operational excellence will add tremendous value to the rapidly expanding Arizona market.”

Massage Envy names Kathy Collins as CMO

Massage Envy named Kathy Collins as its new chief marketing officer, effective July 9, 2018. Collins will lead all consumer and employee brand marketing functions, including brand strategy, integrated marketing, public relations, field marketing, brand promotion, sports marketing and learning & development.

“Kathy is a consumer marketing veteran, who will bring passion and expertise to our brand and business,” said Joe Magnacca, Massage Envy president and chief executive officer. “She will play a vital role in shaping our strategy and positioning the brand to maximize our meaningful opportunities for growth.”

“I am excited to be joining such a powerful, consumer-centric brand,” Collins said. “The foundation is strong, and the opportunities in the wellness space are extensive. I’m energized by this incredible team.”