Morgan Stanley announced Jeffrey Jensen, a senior vice president and financial advisor in the firm’s wealth management office in Colorado Springs, has earned Morgan Stanley’s Family Wealth Director designation. The FWD designation is granted to those financial advisors who have successfully completed a rigorous accreditation program focused on skills required for comprehensive wealth management across a range of disciplines important to wealthy individuals.
Colorado Technical University has named William Anderson Cain as regional vice president and chancellor of the Colorado Springs and Denver campuses. Cain brings with him more than 40 years of experience in business, education and naval aviation. In addition to overseeing CTU’s Colorado campuses, he will serve on the executive leadership team within CTU’s university administration and report to CTU president, Andrew Hurst.
Kyle Pieper has been appointed financial representative by Northwestern Mutual in Colorado Springs. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Pieper earned his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from the University of Cincinnati. He also has a master’s in homeland security from American Military University. Pieper was a security forces and antiterrorism officer with the United States Air Force serving in Italy. He brings five years of management experience to Northwestern Mutual, where he will lead all antiterrorism and force protection matters.
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage announced Laura Olson has affiliated with the company as a sales associate in its Colorado Springs office. In her new position, Olson will specialize in residential sales. Prior to affiliating with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Olson most recently helped to open the new Trader Joe’s in Colorado Springs.
Ent Federal Credit Union announced the promotion of Keri Gass and Matthew Davidson to mortgage loan officers. Gass, who has an associate degree in business from Pikes Peak Community College, has been with Ent for 11 years, most recently as a member of the consumer lending team. She will be serving members in the Colorado Springs and Woodland Park areas from the Ent Operations Center.
Davidson’s 17-year career with Ent includes previous roles as a lending specialist and lending center supervisor at the Bon Service Center. He will be serving members in the Pueblo region from Ent’s Decibel Service Center.
Dr. Toni Green-Cheatwood accepted the role of vice president of medical affairs for St. Francis Medical Center. Green-Cheatwood also serves as a breast surgeon and the director of breast oncology for the Penrose Cancer Center. She was named Centura Health Physician Group’s Provider of the Year for 2014.
Peak Vista Community Health Centers has promoted Randall Seeman to vice president of medical services. His responsibilities will include quality assurance of patient care with an emphasis on provider assistance. Seeman will also continue providing patient care at the Academy Boulevard health center. Seeman graduated in 2010 with a master of science degree from Harding University in physician assistant studies and received his bachelor of science in 2007 from Brigham Young University Idaho with a minor in Russian. He began working at Peak Vista in 2012 as a physician assistant.