Press Release Service Posted Apr 10, 2017 Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem [Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs] Raphaelle Sondak has been named the Episcopal Church director of human resources, a member of the presiding bishop’s staff.“I was very impressed with Raphaelle’s background in employee relations and leadership development,” said the Rev. Geoffrey Smith, Episcopal Church chief operating officer. “I’m excited at the prospect of collaborating with her as we develop our strategies for talent development, compensation management, and the important work on culture change we’re all engaged in.”“I am honored to be joining the staff of the Episcopal Church,” Sondak said. “The staff is known for its dedication and talent, and I look forward to being a member of a competent, energetic team.”In her new position, Sondak will report to the chief operating officer and will be responsible for providing organizational development strategies and directing the human resources department in partnering and supporting the mission and ministry goals of the Episcopal Church. She will be responsible for managing and overseeing the talent acquisition process and ensuring compliance with federal, state, and in-house regulatory requirements and procedures; benefits administration, and compliance with internal personnel policies and procedures.Sondak has extensive experience in human resources. Currently, Sondak is the human resource director at Catholic Guardian Services, a social services agency in the New York region. Previously she served as director of human resources at Visiting Nurses Association of Hudson Valley, the American Institute for Foreign Study and HELP, USA.In addition, she has been an adjunct professor teaching human resources management at Mercy College and has also served on the Board of Directors at Hudson Valley Hospital Center.She holds a bachelor’s degree in human development from Colby College in Waterville, Maine, and a master’s degree in human resource management from Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, New York.She begins her new position on May 1. 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This July 4, while millions were preparing for fireworks and celebrations, the Baltimore People’s Power Assembly held a rally to combat the racist legacy of slavery. Committed activists gathered in a park in the Charles Village neighborhood of Baltimore to speak out against racism, demand that Confederate monuments be removed, and finally burn the Confederate flag.Thrust into the national spotlight again after the racist massacre of nine Black people in a church in South Carolina on June 17, the Confederate flag has been the object of many progressive protests around the country. It has also attracted support from reactionaries and racists.In Dundalk, a suburb of Baltimore, many Confederate flags were displayed at a local “heritage festival” on July 3 — to the horror of Dundalk’s Black residents. There have also been reports of an increase in Confederate flags flying on trucks throughout the region. These events represent, however, only some of the latest in the racist campaign of terror against Black America unleashed by the terrorist attack in Charleston.In light of these national tragedies, the Baltimore PPA demanded at the rally that the city government remove all monuments in the city that honor the Confederacy. This city is 70 percent Black and historically one of the largest free Black cities during the era of slavery. That it still has nine monuments that honor Confederate figures is a disgrace and offensive to the Black community.Maryland has many great Black daughters and sons who deserve to be honored in Baltimore, such as Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass.Before burning the Confederate flag, activists highlighted the criminal nature of racism in the United States by reading an excerpt from Frederick Douglass’ famous speech, “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?”The action concluded with activists dousing the racist flag with lighter fluid and setting it alight to the sound of vengeful and hopeful cheers.Photo: Baltimore Peoples Power Assembly burns Confederate flag on July 4.WW photo: Sharon BlackFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Print Andrew [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up REPORTS of a missing woman this Sunday night emerged to be a false alarm, albeit with good intent, emergency services have said.Shortly after 8:30pm the alarm was raised that a woman was seen very close to the canal on Old Park Road, Corbally.Further reports emerged that someone believed they heard a person shouting for help from The Shannonfields / Lucas Pond area.Limerick city fire and rescue mobilised three fire appliances including specially trained swift water rescue technicians.The coast guard helicopter Shannon based rescue 115 arrived to assist by using its thermal imaging camera and its search light assisted in the search.Limerick Marine Search and Rescue also mobilised its crews and water crafts.The search was stood down just after 10pm and it was put down as a false alarm with good intent. NewsBreaking newsSearch crews stood down over false alarmBy Staff Reporter – October 4, 2015 629 Facebook WhatsApp Previous articleOctober, November concerts for St Mary’s CathedralNext articleGAA – Action from Patrickswell versus Adare SHC Semi Final Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Linkedin Advertisement Twitter Email
Facebook Previous articlePartnership secures transportation for seniorsNext article041919_Stations_of_the_cross_JF_09 Digital AIM Web Support Pinterest WhatsApp TAGS Twitter WhatsApp Local News West Odessa Volunteer Fire Department logo The West Odessa Volunteer Fire Department is attempting to clean up its image literally and figuratively. Fire chief Richard Pease said via phone Wednesday the WOVFD is inviting the public to help clean up its station and he also wants to show the community it has moved past its two previous scandals. Prior to Pease taking the reins in September 2018, the previous two fire chiefs were arrested and charged with felonies. “We want to let the public know that we are still here and even though we have two black eyes, we are still doing the job,” Pease said. “There are some trust issues with the public toward us and we are hoping to turn that around fairly quick. “We are going to let our actions speak louder than words.” Pease said the major step to improve the transparency of the WOVFD was forming a seven-member board to ensure funds are properly handled. Pease said the department has 15 volunteer firefighters. He said any of the volunteers except for the fire chief and the assistant fire chief can be part of the board. Pease said he knows the minds of the public won’t change overnight, but he said the department will be there for anyone in West Odessa needing assistance. “We’ve turned a lot of things around,” Pease said. “We’ve implemented a lot of new things and we are doing everything we can to keep it from happening again. “We’ve got a full board in place, so nothing is left up to one man. West Odessa is not a one man department. Everyone has a voice. Every expense the board knows about and has to approve.” The WOVFD is hosting a cleanup day beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday at the station located at 2757 N. Tripp Ave. Pease said he doesn’t know how long it will take to clean up the site, but he said the location is in major need of help. WOVFD members will cook hot dogs for the members of the community who come out and help with the clean up. “It looks like a junkyard,” Pease said. “There’s 30 years worth of junk out there that’s leaving. That’s where cleaning our image starts, right there at our house and at our station.” In a span of about 13 months, back-to-back WOVFD chiefs were arrested. Former WOVFD chief Jimmy Ellis and his wife Sherry Ellis were charged with property theft over $150,000, a first-degree felony, on Aug. 8, 2017. Tim Mason, Andrews County District Attorney who will be prosecuting the case, said Thursday the state has provided the defense with all of its information and the defense is now looking through the files. Mason said there’s nothing scheduled as of right now for the Ellis’. Former chief Sean Dixon held that role for more than year before he and his treasurer Stacie DeMoss Proctor were arrested Sept. 17, 2018, after an investigation by the Texas Rangers. Dixon and Proctor were each charged with tampering with or fabricating physical evidence, a third-degree felony. Dixon received a grand jury indictment for property theft over $150,000, a second-degree felony, and was booked and released on March 28, jail records show. The listed date of the offense was Aug. 8, 2017. Dixon had a waiver of arraignment for both charges on Wednesday, while Proctor had an arraignment hearing on Monday. Facebook Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 Pinterest Volunteers want to clean up image
Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Share Save Tagged with: Conference Board Consumer Confidence Economic Activity August 26, 2014 1,896 Views Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Tory Barringer began his journalism career in early 2011, working as a writer for the University of Texas at Arlington’s student newspaper before joining the DS News team in 2012. In addition to contributing to DSNews.com, he is also the online editor for DS News’ sister publication, MReport, which focuses on mortgage banking news. The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Consumer confidence ticked up for the fourth straight month in August, rising once again to a new seven-year high.The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index climbed 2.1 points to 92.4 in the group’s August reading, marking the highest level of confidence since October 2007.August’s increase was driven by an increase in Conference Board’s measure of current economic sentiment, which grew to 94.6 from 87.9 in July. Most of that was spurred by more promising reports over the spring and summer as business and labor market indicators improved.On the other hand, the expectations component of the index slipped, falling one point to 90.9.”Looking ahead, consumers were marginally less optimistic about the short-term outlook compared to July, primarily due to concerns about their earnings,” said Lynn Franco, director of economic indicators for the Conference Board. “Overall, however, they remain quite positive about the short-term outlooks for the economy and labor market.”Out of those consumers surveyed, the number of those anticipating more jobs in the coming months fell to 17 percent from 18.7 percent in July, though the number of those expecting fewer jobs also dropped to 15.8 percent.Wage expectations were worse, with only 15.5 percent of respondents saying they expect their income to grow—down from 17.7 percent—and 11.9 percent expecting a drop in their earnings.Overall, August’s report is one to celebrate, says Chris Christopher, director of U.S. consumer economics at IHS Global Insight.”There has been some good news on the consumer front, such as well received employment reports and falling pump prices, though the current rise in food prices is a downer for many low-income and middle-income households,” Christopher said. “[The report] indicates that consumer confidence is maintaining itself at elevated levels and starting to gain traction.”Scheduled later this week is the final August reading of the University of Michigan/Thomson Reuters Index of Consumer Sentiment, which has not fared as well lately. Economists expect Friday’s release to show the index climbing to 80.5 after a disappointing first look earlier in the month. Previous: DS News Webcast: Tuesday 8/26/2014 Next: High Negative Equity Among Gen-Xers Causing Housing Gridlock Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Headlines, Market Studies, News Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Conference Board Consumer Confidence Economic Activity 2014-08-26 Tory Barringer Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Consumer Confidence Reaches 7-Year High Print This Post Sign up for DS News Daily About Author: Tory Barringer Consumer Confidence Reaches 7-Year High The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Related Articles Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Subscribe
Related posts:No related photos. Karen Cregan is hoping she can strike the right chord in her new role as HRand training manager at insurance brokers the Mansion Group. She joins from Tesco where she was a training manager responsible for thelearning and development of over 345 staff. Cregan is charged with setting up the HR department and she is hoping thatit will be in tune with the rest of the business. So what’s with the musical analogies? “My claim to fame is that I writemy own music and once, a long time ago, had a song in the Eurovision songcontest which came 17th out of 500 entries,” she explains.”Unfortunately I didn’t turn out to be the next Bucks Fizz.” Cregan, who is in her final year of the CIPD qualification and will sitexams in May, has also received a student of the year award. Her new role will include setting up and managing the HR department,formalising policies within the business and will cover all resourcing, reward,relations and development issues. Cregan says her favourite part of HR is helping people develop personallyand professionally. She is also the mother of an eight-month-old daughter CV2002 JL Manson and Partners, HR and training manager2000 Tesco, training manager1999 Principal Hotels, HR manager 1993 Virgin Retail, HR support managerOn the move– Richard Eastmond has been appointedto the dual role of HR director for LexisNexis Butterworths Tolley and theLexisNexis Group Europe. The former director of Reed Elsevier’s international educationpublishing business also joins the board of both organisations. He brings HRexperience in management, organisational development, strategy and acquisitionin both the UK and international markets.– Search and selection firm MRIWorldwide has recruited Natalie Mortimer as senior consultant. Her main responsibility is developing HR recruitment practicewith a national remit. Mortimer, based at MRI Worldwide’s office in Sheldon,West Midlands, has knowledge of recruiting HR and training professionals.– Rob Wye is the new interim directorof learning programmes at the Learning and Skills Council. He was previouslyexecutive director of the LSC’s Northampton office. He replaces Geoff Hall who has left the council. Wye has alsoheld several training roles at the DfEE, Manpower Services Commission and theDepartment of Employment. Previous Article Next Article PeopleOn 19 Mar 2002 in Personnel Today Comments are closed.
82, a lifelong resident of Bayonne, passed away on April 23, 2017. Angela was a housewife. Angela is predeceased by her parents, Demenico Melendez and Herminia Cruz. Angela is survived by her husband of 65 years, Ramon Pizarro; her children, Edwin Pizarro, Miriam Pizarro, Nidia Pizarro, and Lilian Geraud; her grandchildren, Erica M., Juan M, Edwin J., Michelle D. Hector M. Angie M., Lauren A., and Nathaniel; and her great grandson, Jeremiah. Funeral arrangements by DZIKOWSKI, PIERCE & LEVIS, 24 East 19th St.
Office hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5pm. For real-time updates including the latest press releases and news statements, see our Twitter channel at https://www.twitter.com/mhragovuk A total of 4 people were arrested yesterday following morning raids in Bolton after MHRA (Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency) investigators searched a series of addresses.Officers executed searches at 5 locations across Bolton after a tireless investigation into a suspected network of illegal activity potentially running into the millions of pounds.Investigators seized a large variety of prescription only medicine, including erectile dysfunction medication, hair loss medication, narcolepsy medication and steroids.The suspects were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to supply medicines, class C controlled drugs and money laundering. The suspects have been taken into custody to be questioned by MHRA investigators.MHRA’s Head of Enforcement, Alastair Jeffrey: During office hours: 020 3080 7651 (08:30 – 17:00) Email [email protected] News centreMHRA10 South ColonnadeLondonE14 4PU Out of office hours: 07770 446 189 (17:00 – 08:30) Media enquiries It is a serious criminal offence to sell potent unlicensed or prescription-only medicines. Today’s arrests are a result of a determined investigation by teams dedicated to protecting public health. We work relentlessly with regulatory and law enforcement colleagues to identify and prosecute those involved. Those who sell medicines illegally are exploiting vulnerable people and have no regard for their health. Prescription only medicines are potent and should only be taken under medical supervision. MHRA is currently running the #FakeMeds campaign to educate people about the dangers of buying potentially dangerous or useless unlicensed medicines sold by illegal online suppliers.Visit www.gov.uk/fakemeds for tips on buying medicines safely online and how to avoid unscrupulous sites.
This contract will enable Highways England to deliver schemes which will improve both journeys for our customer and the condition of the road network. We are delighted to award this contract to Amey Consulting and look forward to establishing a successful, long-term relationship with them. The Design Services contract for motorways and major A roads in Greater Manchester, Merseyside, Cheshire and South Lancashire is worth £49.7 million, will run for up to 5 years and has been awarded to Amey Consulting as part of Highways England’s Asset Delivery operating model.The contract, which starts in April 2019, will see Amey Consulting carrying out the designs of structures, drains, barriers, signs, landscaping, lighting, traffic signals and other features across the North West’s 260 miles of motorway and 50 miles of major A road.Highways England’s Executive Director of Operations, Nick Harris, said: The Design Services contract is the second of the Asset Delivery suite of contracts to be awarded in the Greater Manchester, Merseyside, Cheshire and South Lancashire area. In October Amey were awarded the £325 million Asset Delivery Maintenance and Response contract which will run for up to 15 years. The Construction Works Framework is due to be awarded in the coming months.Highways England will be working with all the successful contractors to ensure that they are ready to begin delivering key services from April 2019.General enquiriesMembers of the public should contact the Highways England customer contact centre on 0300 123 5000.Media enquiriesJournalists should contact the Highways England press office on 0844 693 1448 and use the menu to speak to the most appropriate press officer. Collaboration is at the core of Amey Consulting’s approach, and working closely with Highways England and the Asset Delivery Community, we look forward to delivering long-lasting benefits for the communities of the North West. Amey’s Chief Executive Andy Milner, said: