Clark County Credit Union has hired Tammy Washington and Ryan Gundersen as branch managers. Washington will oversee the Water Street location in Henderson and Gundersen will oversee the Sunset Road location in the southwest. In this capacity, Washington and Gundersen will manage branch operations and staff, administer company policies and procedures and monitor credit union budgets and performance. Washington joins the credit union with more than 15 years of credit union banking experience. She previously held management positions with National First Credit Union and StarOne Credit Union, and most recently served as assistant vice president of member care for InTouch Credit Union. Gundersen brings 13 years of credit union management experience, having held leadership positions at Cumorah Credit Union, Warren Federal Credit Union and Navy Federal Credit Union.
Bank of America has hired Anna Cavalieri as the business banking market executive for Nevada. Cavalieri will be responsible for the overall performance of all business banking activities. Cavalieri has more than 27 years of experience in the banking industry, having previously served as business banking manager for Wells Fargo in Southern Nevada for the last 12 years.
Mesquite Gaming has hired Brian Wursten as the newest director of golf. In his role, Wursten will oversee the daily operations for the Palms CasaBlanca Golf Courses, as well as for the Mesquite Amateur and Nevada Open golf tournaments. Wursten has worked for the past 20 years in various positions in the golf industry, from golf pro to golf course general manager. Most recently, Wursten served as general manager for more than 12 years with Vanguard Golf Management, which operates several golf courses in Utah and the Falcon Ridge Golf Course in Mesquite.
Shepherd Eye Center has hired Dr. Brad C. Stewart full time after spending the last year working part time with the eye center. Stewart has had his own solo practice since 1986. He also served for eight years on the Nevada State Board of Optometry, with two of those years as president.
Provenance Healthcare has hired Anna Victorine as its full-time genetic counselor and Kathleen Bouch as its genetic analyst. In her role, Victorine will use an individual’s unique medical and family history to tailor a customized discussion about risks of genetic disease, genetic-testing options and management recommendations. Victorine previously provided prenatal and preconception genetic counseling for local patients. Bouch will analyze and interpret genetic statistical data, creating charts and graphs to help patients visually interpret their results. Previously, Bouch worked for Centura College based in Virginia.
Xceligent Inc. has named Brenden Graves as director of client sales and services. Graves will lead Xceligent’s sales efforts in the local market. He previously spent several years at Auction.com, starting as a business analyst and ultimately working as an assistant vice president of business development. Most recently, he served as director of business development for the Realty ONE Group in Irvine, California, managing both outside and inside sales staff.