AccuWeather appointed Mark Ebel as vice president of business services, the company recently announced. Ebel will lead AccuWeather’s commercial division and oversee the company’s reach into a number of sectors, including retail, transportation, financial and more.
Ebel previously managed business initiatives at Channel Intelligence, Toys R Us and Best Buy.
Kish Bank recently named Alta Corman-Wolf to the position of vice president, residential lender. Based at the State College North Atherton location, Corman-Wolf will consult clients on mortgage services.
Corman-Wolf comes from BB&T in State College, where she worked as a mortgage loan originator.
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International medical consulting firm U.S. Medical Specialties named Annette Yorks, of Keller Williams Advantage Realty, a MD Preferred professional, which recognizes real estate agents who demonstrate a commitment to the health care industry.
Re/Max Centre Realty agent Kris Hanahan served as the master of ceremonies at the eighth annual Entrepreneurial Women’s Expo. It was her third year filling the role. Agent Tonya Cornwall also attended the conference, which brings together entrepreneurs from several industries and backgrounds.
Mount Nittany Health recently announced the appointments of Dr. Loretta Pratt, Courtlynn Pulcini and Julia Burton.
Pratt joins the system’s dermatology group. Board-certified in dermatology and internal medicine, she will practice at group’s new location at Park Avenue, Suite 312.
Pulcini, a physician assistant, will join the Mount Nittany Physician Group OB/GYN practice, while Penn State grad Burton will work with the pediatrics team. Burton completed her nursing degrees at Villanova University and Drexel University.