Monday Movers: Job changes for Oct. 13, 2014

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Bryce Downey & Lenkov:Rich Lenkov,a capital member of the law firm, was named one of the 50 most influential people in workers’ compensation by SEAK continuing education company.

Elmhurst College: S. Alan Ray is stepping down as president June 30 and will be replaced on an interim basis by Executive Vice President Larry A. Braskamp.

Ingenuity: Andrew Means joined the board of directors. He is associate director at the Center for Data Science and Public Policy at the University of Chicago.

Intouch Solutions: CEO Faruk Capan was named innovative marketer of the year by Medical Marketing & Media magazine.

Lifeway Foods:CEOJulie Smolyansky was named a “40 Under 40″ and one of the 55 most influential women on Twitter by Fortune Magazine.

Lurie Children’s Hospital: Stewart Goldman was appointed division head for hematology, oncology and stem cell transplantation after serving as the interim division head since December 2012. He also is the medical director of neuro-oncology, the Gus Foundation chair of neuro-oncology and professor of pediatrics at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.

Opus Development: Joe Taylor was named director of real estate development at the Chicago office. He was most recently senior director of development at Village Green.

Presence Life Connections: Joseph G. Hugar to president and CEO, from divisional vice president of operations for Kindred Healthcare Boston.

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Scharf Banks Marmor: Nina G. Stillman joined the Chicago office as a partner in the employment and OSHA practices. She most recently was senior counsel for the Chicago office of Morgan Lewis.

Silver Cross Hospital: Eight physicians have joined the medical staff: infectious disease and internal medicine physician Shahnaz Azad, whose office is located with Suburban Infectious Disease in New Lenox; plastic surgeon Matthew Endara, who works with Alan Chen Surgical Associates in Joliet; pediatrics cardiology and pediatrics physicians Amanda Hauck and Sheetal Patel, whose offices are located with the Lurie Children’s Outpatient Clinic in New Lenox; hand and orthopedic surgeon Elliot Nacke, who works with Hinsdale Orthopaedic Associates in New Lenox; nephrology and internal medicine physicians Vijaykumar Rao and Ramesh Soundararajan, whose offices are with Associates in Nephrology and Offices of Deepak Bakane in New Lenox; and obstetrics/gynecology physician Tracy Vera, who works with the Will County Health Department in Joliet.

SmithBucklin: Benjamin Rabe, senior manager of event services, was recognized as a “Forty Under 40” by the Association Forum of Chicagoland and USAE newspaper.

Urban Partnership Bank: Darryl P. Hendricks joined as director of consumer banking. He was most recently president of Citibank Illinois.

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