Garry Haferbier Joins Allen Engineering Corp (Movers & Shakers)

by Arkansas Business Staff  on Monday, Dec. 3, 2012 12:00 am  

Garry Haferbier, Allen Engineering Corp.


Mary A. McGehee has been named to the newly established National Advisory Committee on Racial, Ethnic & Other Populations, which will advise the Census Bureau. McGehee currently serves at the Health Statistics Branch of the Arkansas Department of Health as section chief for the survey unit.

Health Care

Keith David Stillwell has joined the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in the College of Health Professions, where he will serve as director of the clinical program in the new Center for Dental Education expected to open in January.

Melody Trimble has been named the Arkansas Hospital Auxiliary Association’s Administrator of the Year. Trimble serves as chief executive officer of the Sparks Health System and Summit Medical Center.

Susan Greenwood has received the American College of Healthcare Executives’ Senior Level Regent’s Award. Greenwood serves as vice president for quality, safety and risk management and nurse executive at St. Bernards Healthcare.

Alison Rose has been named senior project director in medical administration at Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock. She was previously coordinator of home safety and regional programs for ACH’s Injury Prevention Center.

Dr. Paul Seib has been promoted to director and section chief of the pediatric cadiology program at the Heart Center at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. He is also the section chief of pediatric cardiology at the UAMS College of Medicine’s Department of Pediatrics. Seib was formerly interim co-director of ACH’s cardiovascular intensive care unit and a professor of pediatrics at UAMS.


Liz Hubbard, Edgar J. Goral and Jeff Brinsfield have been hired by QualChoice of Arkansas in Little Rock, and Mark Johnson has been promoted. Johnson, formerly manager of provider contracting, has been named director of network services. Hubbard, formerly counsel at Windstream Communications of Little Rock, is the health insurer’s new associate corporate counsel. Goral, an actuary with more than 30 years of experience, is the new director of actuarial services. Brinsfield, who brings 14 years of experience with banking software, has been hired as vice president of information services.

Real Estate

Ryan Lasiter of the Doyle Rogers Co. in Little Rock, was recently elected to membership in the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in London, England. He is one of two Arkansas members of the RICS, which dates to 1868. Lasiter has also been has been appointed to a three-year term on the Arkansas Foodbank board of directors.



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