REBECCA FELDMANN, a staff attorney at Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, has been named chair of the American Immigration Lawyers Association’s Missouri-Kansas chapter.
The National Council of Jewish Women-St. Louis Section has installed DARIEN ARNSTEIN as president. Her leadership team will include ERIN SCHREIBER, BETTY KAGAN, JANE RUBIN, CYNTHIA ALBIN, GAIL EISENKRAMER, ANDREA NEWSTEAD, SUSAN KATZMAN, JILL GUBIN, LORI GOLDBERG, BONNIE SOLOMON, MARLENE HAMMERMAN and JENNIFER BERNSTEIN.
The Chesterfield Day School board of trustees is pleased to announce ANDRE FERREIRA, AMY RUSH and DR. SHEPHALI WULFF as its new members of the board of trustees for the 2014-2015 school year.
Armstrong Teasdale communications editor GAIL APPLESON has been elected to the Jewish Community Relations Council board. She previously served as a site captain for the organization’s annual Jewish-Muslim Day of Service.
JOVITA FOSTER, a partner in Armstrong Teasdale’s litigation practice group, has been named general counsel for the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis. She also serves on the organization’s executive committee.
The Friends of Saint Louis University Liver Center has welcomed MICHAEL HIGGINS as the board of directors’ newest member. Higgins serves as the executive director of development for the SLU Medical Center.
ALEX BERGER III and the REV. RALPH SIEFERT have joined The Wilson School board of trustees. Berger is serving his fourth term as Ward III alderman for the City of Clayton. Siefert serves as president and CEO of Chaminade College Preparatory School.
DOORWAYS Interfaith AIDS Housing and Services has welcomed ED GIGANTI, PAUL HUBER, THE REV. MARK KOZIELEC, JEFF MOORE, SAMUEL MURPHEY and ERICKA ZOLL to its board of directors
H. JILL FIVECOAT, JACQUELINE JANUS, MICHELLE McCORMICK, CATHERINE MAHER and SUSAN VENN have been elected to the YWCA Metro St. Louis board of directors.
ROBYN HEIDGER, Enterprise Bank & Trust director, diversity & inclusion and senior VP, community development, was appointed to the Diversity Awareness Program board of directors. She will serve two three-year terms.
Legal Services of Eastern Missouri has welcomed LUZ MARIA HENRIQUEZ as a staff attorney in the Children’s Legal Alliance program. She will be responsible for providing representation to children and families in all aspects of education law.
SUSAN EHLERS, a partner at Armstrong Teasdale, has been selected to serve on the 2014 Midwestern Bankruptcy Institute Advisory Board.
Gov. Jay Nixon has appointed RONALD NORWOOD to the Harris-Stowe State University board of regents. The senate confirmed the appointment, and Norwood will serve in the position until July 2018.
JARRETT KOLTHOFF of SpearTip, ANNA KUWABARA of the St. Louis Symphony, HEMAL PATEL of OHM Group, MARK SUNDT of Clearent and BARBARA TURKINGTON of the St. Louis County Library have joined the St. Louis Civic Pride Foundation. They will each serve four-year terms.
Crown Center for Senior Living’s board of directors recently welcomed TED FLOM as its president. Flom has been active with the agency for more than 10 years.