published on November 21, 2016 - 5:29 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

BANKING & FINANCE

California Bank and Trust has hired Raj K Sodhi-Layne as vice president and commercial branch manager of the Fresno Main Branch located at 7060 North Fresno St. In her new role, Sodhi-Layne will direct all business development and operational aspects of the branch.


She is a Certified Treasury Professional and member of the Association for Financial Professionals. Sodhi-Layne was previously treasury relationship manager and vice president at Union Bank.

FINANCIAL SERVICES

Ford Financial Group is pleased to announce that Megan Terzian has joined the team as a client services associate. Megan will work closely with financial advisors to provide support to clients with account service and financial planning. Prior to joining the Ford Financial Group, Megan worked in a San Francisco based firm as a financial planner.

REAL ESTATE

London Properties, Ltd. is pleased to announce the arrival of Brian Henderson, formerly with Integrity Real Estate, as a residential salesperson joining the Sanger office. In addition, Janae Cope, formerly with C-21 Salvadori, is a residential salesperson joining the Atwater office, along with Susan Swift, a residential salesperson, joining the Clovis office. Tammy Flemming, formerly with Guarantee Real Estate, is a residential salesperson joining the Prather office. Brett Medlock and Michelle Renn are residential salespeople joining the Fresno office.

HEALTH CARE

Mike Wooley, MHA, has joined the new Saint Agnes Medical Foundation as its executive director. Mike has worked in health care for more than 20 years in senior executive roles. His experience includes operating large multi-specialty physician groups, ambulatory care centers and freestanding behavioral health hospitals.

Dan Brown has been named Dean of Pharmacy at California Health Sciences University College of Pharmacy effective July 1, 2017. Brown comes to CHSU from Palm Beach Atlantic University, where he served as Dean of the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy from 2005 to 2010, at which time he returned to full-time teaching with a focus on faculty development. He has over 35 years of academic and professional experience, much of which has been spent working in hospital pharmacy management.


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