Mark Manning has been appointed chief revenue officer at Eliza Corporation of Danvers. He has 30 years of marketing, sales and operations experience in the health care and technology markets. In addition, Ralph Perfetto, Ph.D. was named chief analytics officer at the company. Perfetto joined Eliza from the PatientInsights Division of Optum, where he was vice president of product development and population health. He also co-founded QualityMetric, a health survey company.
Catherine Johnson, a special education teacher at Riverside Elementary School in Danvers, has been appointed to a three-year term on the board of Bridgewell. Johnson provides one-on-one and small group instruction to children on the autism spectrum and has managed the full integration of students on the spectrum into standard classroom settings. Bridgewell, a private nonprofit based in Lynnfield, helps individuals with developmental and psychiatric disabilities.
Pamela Nottingham of Marblehead, managing director of investments at Wells Fargo Advisors in Beverly, has been named a member of the firm’s Premier Advisors Program in recognition of her success in meeting one or more of the firm’s criteria for revenue generation, educational attainment and client-service best practices. Nottingham has been with Wells Fargo Advisors for 24 years and has a Master of Business Administration from Salem State University.
Bobby Verdun was recently hired as chief executive officer of LEAP Fitness in Marblehead. A former college basketball and tennis coach, Verdun recently served as senior partner at Atwood Consulting Group. He previously served in executive roles at the Weymouth Club and the Tennis Center at College Park. He also oversaw a $10 million renovation of the Pawtucket YMCA.
Employees at Cardinal Health of Peabody recently donated 60 new stuffed animals to the Peabody Police Department for children distressed during a time of crisis. Employee Susan Thomson first presented the idea to Cardinal Health Compliance Manager John Kibbey, and members of the Employee Activities Committee collected the donated items. The Peabody Police Department will use the donated items in area patrol cruisers that respond to events where children may have been involved in stressful or emotional situations.