DON ROCHLEAU II has joined the investment firm Alvery Bartlett Group as a registered representative. Rochleau earned a B.S.B.A. in finance from Lindenwood University.
Dr. BENJAMIN AKANDE has been selected as vice chairman of Argent Capital Management’s board of directors. Akande is dean of Webster University’s George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology.
The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis has chosen ALEX IHNEN as director of development. Previously, Ihnen served as regional director of development at Washington University.
The law firm of Lewis, Rice & Fingersh has added five new partners: MICHAEL A. FISHER, JOHN B. GREENBERG, R. JOHN KLEVORN III, H. KENT MUNSON and JEFFREY H. PASS. Also joining as associates are EMILY K. BARDON, CHARLA M. CLAYPOOL, NORA S. COGGIN and ELIZABETH J. SCHLESINGER.
Moneta Group has promoted ANTHONY DORN to principal. Dorn earned a B.S. in financial planning from the University of Missouri and an MBA from Maryville University. He joined the firm in 2002.
St. Luke’s Hospital welcomes Drs. RICHARD J. KOZENY and ANDREA STEPHENS to its staff. Kozeny studied at the Medical College of Wisconsin and completed his residency at Creighton University, and is board-certified in internal medicine. Stephens, who completed her residency at Washington University School of Medicine, is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology.
SCORE (Service Core of Retired Executives), a nonprofit association that provides mentorship and counseling to small businesses owners, has named BOB BOLES director of its Missouri and eastern Kansas division. Previously, Boles was the owner and president of Education Unlimited.
SSM Health Care has promoted DEENA FISCHER to the position of network vice president of marketing and communications. Fischer, who has an MBA in business management from Fontbonne University, joined the company in 2004.
MARY O'BRIEN has been promoted to manager of Treats Unleashed’s Ladue shop. Treats Unleashed, which carries gourmet pet food and products, has five St. Louis-area locations. O'Brien has been with the company for two years.
United Way of Greater St. Louis has selected ORVIN KIMBROUGH as its new president and CEO. Kimbrough, who has been with United Way since 2007, will assume his new post July 1.