Winslow + Partners add trio of new staffers in Phoenix office
Winslow + Partners, a locally-owned firm that offers expertise in architecture, planning, interior design, educational planning, and design thinking, continues to grow its team with the hiring of a senior project manager, a project manager, and a designer.
Joining Winslow + Partners are Keith Wong, Gilberto Rey, and Lisa Kehoe.
Wong joins the firm as a senior project manager. He will provide project management for in-house projects from beginning of design to completion of construction. Wong will also be involved hands-on for each project to ensure the design of the project meets or exceeds the owner’s expectations.
Wong holds a Bachelor of Arts in architecture from the University of Washington and a Masters of Architecture from Arizona State University. He comes to Winslow + Partners after three years as senior project manager at CSHQA. He is a member of AIA Arizona and is LEED AP BD+C. Wong is a native of Seattle, Wash.
Rey joins the design team. He comes to Winslow + Partners after a two-year stint as a designer at Trademark Visual. He holds a Bachelor of Architectural Studies degree from the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. He is a native of Garden Grove, Calif.
Kehoe joins Winslow + Partners after stints at Atlanta-based firms Surber Barber Choate Hertlein and Wilson & Dawson. She also worked at Motley Design Group and Architectural Resource Team in Phoenix. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University and a Master’s of Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She is a native of Philadelphia.
“When people join your firm, it’s exciting,” said Kali Mota, Associate AIA, partner. “It’s even more exciting to have people want to join you because they feel they can make a difference.”
Familiar Face back at Gallagher & Kennedy
The law firm of Gallagher & Kennedy has announced that Joseph Cotterman has rejoined the firm as a Shareholder in the Bankruptcy & Creditors’ Rights practice group. He previously practiced at the the firm from 1991 to 2012.
Joe has over 25 years of experience representing clients in the areas of corporate restructuring, business bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, and commercial litigation. He advises corporate debtors, creditors, and committees in Chapter 11 cases, and lenders and borrowers in commercial and real estate foreclosure litigation. His restructuring experience includes the representation of creditors and debtors in the real estate development, retail, manufacturing, health care, telecommunications, airline, firearms, and high-tech industries.
Joe also represents creditor clients in provisional remedy and post-judgment proceedings and enforcement in both state and federal courts, including the Supreme Court of the State of Arizona, the Ninth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Recognized for his extensive experience, Joe has served as a presenter, author, and instructor on topics relating to bankruptcy law and procedure, and foreclosure and collection litigation. He also is recognized as a Best Lawyer by The Best Lawyers in America and has an AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating from Martindale Hubbell.
Arizonan named Massage Envy Regional Therapist of the Year
Massage Envy, the leading provider of total body care services, has named Lori Van Hoff, a massage therapist at the Massage Envy Dobson franchised location, Regional Massage Therapist of the Year.
From a group of more than 25,000 dedicated massage therapists and estheticians collectively employed across the Massage Envy franchise network, 52 winners were recognized for their high levels of professionalism, exceptional client care and devotion to wellness. Lori received the award at Massage Envy’s National Franchise Conference on April 24.
“Lori embodies the brand’s commitment to helping clients live their best lives and do more of what they love,” said Sam Biggs, owner of the Massage Envy Dobson franchised location. “Her approach to client care is gold-standard. Lori takes the time to get to know her clients, understand their needs and help them achieve their goals. We couldn’t be more proud to have her on the team.”