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On the move

  • Lori Burger has been elected president-elect of the Institute of Real Estate Management. She is senior vice president and director of Eugene Burger Management Corp. in Rohnert Park

Lori Burger has been elected president-elect of the Institute of Real Estate Management, an international group of real estate managers with more than 18,000 members. She is senior vice president and director of Eugene Burger Management Corp. in Rohnert Park.

Santa Rosa Community Health Centers has made several new hires.

Maryellen Curran has been named director of Integrated Behavioral and Mental Health, where she will oversee all mental health programs. Previously, she served as clinical manager for adult psychiatry services at Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa.

Casey McChesney been named manager of Health Access and Enrollment. She has 13 years of experience working with nonprofits, most recently serving as program manager at YouthBuild Santa Rosa.

Dr. Jimmy Wu has joined Vista Health Center as a family physician and clinician lead. He completed his Integrative Medicine fellowship through the Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency.

Drs. Trieneke Kylstra and Elisa Washburn are among 13 new physicians who are joining Annadel Medical Group, which provides care at St. Joseph Health facilities. Both are family practice physicians.

Dr. Kylstra came to the group's Hoen Family Medicine from Ukiah Valley Primary Care Medical Group. She received her medical degree from the University of Cincinnati.

Dr. Washburn works at the group's Doyle Park Family Medicine. Previously, she was a primary care doctor at the Redding Rancheria Indian Health Center as well as a part-time hospitalist at several Redding-area hospitals. She received her doctor of osteopathic medicine degree from Touro University in Vallejo.

Mark Molina, a financial advisor at Edward Jones, has moved to the west Santa Rosa branch office at 3080 Marlow Road. Molina has more than 15 years of administrative and finance experience.

Virginia May has been named executive director at the Petaluma Arts Center. Previously, she served as administrative director. The nonprofit arts group has also elected new officers: Michael Gorman, principal at Wiiken and Gorman, president; Mary Dooley, principal at MAD architecture, vice president; Tracy Gentry, secretary; Robert Bailey, treasurer; and Karen Petersen, past-president.

Gary Pruitt, president and CEO of The Associated Press, has been appointed to the board of directors at Cakebread Cellars. Other outside directors include Robert H. Smiley, professor and dean emeritus of the UC Davis Graduate School of Management; Jack Tankersley, a private equity investor; and Maggie Wilderotter, chairman and CEO of Frontier Communications.

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