Bonnie Weisburg was hired as the new branch sales manager for Academy Bank on South Tejon Street. She will work with treasury management, business loans, merchant services and all facets of personal banking, with emphasis on home equity lines of credit. She has 16 years of banking experience.
ERA Herman Group announced the addition of Randy Woosley to its Colorado Springs team. Woosley is an industry veteran, with more than 25 years of experience in real estate and relocation services in California and Colorado.
Court Appointed Special Advocates of the Pikes Peak Region hired Jenny Bender as its new executive director. Bender will oversee core functions of the nonprofit that trains and supports volunteers to represent the best interests of victims of child abuse and neglect in the courtroom and the community. Bender brings more than 14 years of nonprofit experience to the program, in fundraising and working at executive levels, and in child welfare. She will transition from her current role as executive director of Newborn Hope, a Colorado Springs nonprofit providing resources for babies and families impacted by prematurity, to join CASA in June.
Peoples Bank hired John Autry as vice president of commercial lending in Colorado Springs. Autry is a Virginia native and has lived in Colorado Springs since 1995. Prior to Peoples, he was in commercial lending positions with Great Western Bank and Chase. Autry will work at the Peoples Bank location at 19 N. Tejon St.
Christina Townsend joined HUB International as account manager specializing in surety credit analysis and account placement. She has expertise in working with contractors and assisting clients with obtaining other surety bonds — license and permit, fiduciary, ERISA and lost instrument.
The Pikes Peak Workforce Center has announced that Emily Shuman accepted the position of volunteer coordinator. Shuman has been employed by the center as a youth workforce development specialist since August 2013. Before joining the center, she was a member of the management team at Special Kids Special Families.
Colorado Springs native Kimberly Brenner Shreve joined AspenPointe as its new general counsel. Shreve brings more than 15 years of experience in state and federal health insurance and government relations to her position. Her experience in Medicaid, health care reform and regulatory law will help AspenPointe more effectively navigate the fast-changing landscape of government regulations and compliance. Shreve’s previous position was vice president of legal compliance with Denver’s ClearChoice Dental Implant Centers. She is a licensed attorney in Colorado and obtained her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Denver.