Business

Strictly Business: 10.4.17

Global Intelligence Consultants Inc. welcomes Michael Barbieri, Ph.D., as its national and international senior consultant. In addition to his 30 years of experience in the investigative business, Barbieri has worked for U.S. and foreign government agencies in more than 40 countries.

The Sheridan at Creve Coeur has named Amber Dahle its new director. She comes to the newly opened memory care community with five years of experience in professional service to seniors.

Nolan Office Interiors is under new ownership as Natahn Maurer takes the reins of the long-standing St. Louis office design firm as both owner and president/CEO. Maurer has been with the company since 2006 and took over full ownership last year.

Washington University School of Medicine appointed associate professor Matthew A. Ciorba, M.D., as chief of its inflammatory bowel disease program. Ciorba is focusing on new therapies for IBD and colon cancer.

Investa Management has hired Kim Banaovz as its new chief financial officer. An SIUE alumna, Banovz joins the ice and snow management provider after serving five years as the vice president of accounting at an international manufacturing company.

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