•Faegre Baker Daniels has named Michael J. Nader a management board member.
•Ruoff Home Mortgage has added Cyndi Andrew as a senior loan officer. She holds an active real estate broker license.
•The University of Saint Francis announces that Toni Steffensen Pauls, Ph.D., has been named vice president for adult learning. She has taught numerous management, organization behavior and business courses and developed and taught a range of online courses. She earned a bachelor degree in business management and marketing at Fresno Pacific University; a master degree in organizational behavior at California School of Professional Psychology, Fresno, Calif., and a doctorate in organizational leadership at Regent University, Virginia Beach, Va.
•Manchester University has hired Drew Fla
mm, certified fund raising executive, as director of development, focusing on major gifts. He earned a bachelor's degree in comprehensive communications from Cedarville University and a master's degree in organizational communications and leadership from Gonzaga University, Spokane, Wash.
•Tastefully Simple, a national direct sales company featuring more than 60 easy-to-prepare foods, welcomes Natalie Cook as an independent consultant.
•Shambaugh, Kast, Beck & Williams partner Benjamin S.J. Williams was recently certified as a trust and estate law specialist by the Trust and Estate Specialty Certification Board of the Probate, Trust and Real Property section, Indiana State Bar Association.
•Yum! Brands (Pizza Hut USA) senior manager talent acquisition, management and employer brand Daniel Hayward will speak at the fourth installment of the Social Recruiting Strategies Conference to be held July 23-25 at the Hard Rock Hotel, Chicago. He will share the story of how the company went from having essentially a social strategy just a few yeas ago to launching its social brand @pizzahutpeople and effectively building and fully integrating a social recruiting strategy around a platform that has garnered a true following.
•CTB, Milford, announces the retirement of Kenny Bahr after 28 years of service. He worked in the Brock Grain Systems business unit in positions including national account manager and district sales manager.
•Granite Broadcasting Corp. has appointed Don Osika president and general manager of WISE-TV, its NBC/My Network station. He is a broadcasting veteran. He earned his master's degree at Indiana State University, Terre Haute.
•Science Central announces its board for 2013-14 term. Chair, executive committee: Karrie Kitch, Lake City Bank. Members: Jim
Abbott, Frontier Communications; Andrew Ables, OmniSource; Doug Burdick, Lincoln Financial Group; Joel Carboni, Allen County Department of Information Technology; Allison Carnahan, Indiana Tech; Stephanie Carper, BKD; H. Joseph Cohen, Barrett & McNagny; Jake Dinius, Sidener Engineering; Michael GeRue, Parkview Health; Thomas Henry, Fort Wayne mayor; Doug Hiatt, Indiana Michigan Power; Larry Kay, Fort Wayne Metals; Tom Keen, Exelis; Mark Kittaka, Barnes & Thornburg; Scott Plant, Raytheon; Chris Ru
sh, the DeHayes Group; Michael Schwartz, Faegre Baker Daniels, Curtis Smith, Indiana's NewsCenter; Matt Smith, University of Saint Francis; Cammy Treadway, Lake City Bank; Carrie Van Daele, Van Daele & Associates Consulting; John Walter, Ivy Tech; and Lisa Wylie, Boyden & Youngblutt.
•ENS Group president and COO Matthew Gerber recently met with Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft in an effort to encourage entrepreneurship and discuss how the Microsoft platforms can help businesses and highlight the strategic vision of Microsoft. ENS Group has been a Microsoft partner for over 15 years.
•Fort Wayne Orthopedics
Dr. Matthew Snyder has been inducted as a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS). He specializes in sports medicine. His interests and sub-specialties include sports medicine and hip conditions in athletes and young adults. He provides team physician services to the Fort Wayne Komets and many local high schools.