On the Move: 6 June 2013

Wednesday, June 5, 2013 at 5:42pm
Staff reports

Covenant extends Graham contract

The Covenant School has extended the contract of Dr. Catherine Graham, head of school.

The contract is from July 1, 2013, to June 30, 2016. Financial terms were not disclosed in a release.

Under Graham’s leadership the past two years, Covenant has seen an increased enrollment, new programs and an investment in curriculum.

“The Covenant School has been blessed to have Dr. Graham serve as our Head of School for the past three years and we look forward to her steady, energetic leadership for years to come,” Chip Campbell, chairman of the school’s board of trustees, said in a release. “Using her experience as a former college professor and administrator, she has continued the school’s emphasis on high academic standards in an unapologetically Christian environment.  We are excited to see all the ways in which Dr. Graham will continue to lead and grow our wonderful school.”

During Graham’s tenure, the school has acquired and implemented document cameras, computer projectors, smart boards, iPads, eReaders, library software, educational software and online learning subscriptions.

Additionally, Graham established a middle-school model for instruction in fifth and sixth grades.

CMT hires Campos as VP of programming

CMT has tapped Turner Broadcasting veteran Hector Campos to serve as vice president of programming and strategy.

Campos will be responsible for planning and implementing short-term schedules for the network’s linear and video on demand program platforms. He also will oversee the day-to-day management of the program planning and scheduling department.

“Hector is joining CMT at a time of significant growth, and we know that his experience will be an asset in managing our expanding slate of programming,” Katie Buchanan, CMT senior vice president of programming strategy and acquisitions, said in a release.

Campos comes to CMT after working more than a decade at Turner Broadcasting System in Atlanta, where he most recently served as director of program acquisition and sales. In that role, he acquired licensed series and movies for all Turner Entertainment Group Networks stations (TBS, TNT, TruTV, TCM and Cartoon).  He also provided acquisition support to Turner's news division stations (CNN and HLN) and was responsible for monetizing Turner's existing programming assets.

Prior to his tenure at Turner, Campos was the director of business development and content planning at Connecting with Kids Network in Atlanta and also worked at NBC in New York.

Campos graduated from Villanova University and earned an MBA degree from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School.

M*Modal names James to replace Davenport as CEO

Vern Davenport has stepped down as CEO of M*Modal and will be replaced by former QuadraMed President and CEO Duncan W. James, the company announced today. 

Additionally, Graham O. King has been named the M*Modal's board chairman.

In a release, Davenport's departure was not explained.

Prior to leading QuadraMed, an electronic document management solutions company based in Reston, Va., James (pictured) was group president at McKesson Corp. for nearly a decade. He has more than 25 years of experience in the health care information and technology industries, with a background in domestic and international operations, strategic planning, sales and marketing, and product management. James was also named to the board of the Franklin-based provider of clinical documentation.

“Duncan is a proven leader within the healthcare IT space and we are confident that he will build on the company’s current momentum,” Greg Belinfanti, M*Modal owner and a partner with One Equity Partners, said in the release.

King is a long-time health care industry official and strategic consultant, formerly head of the two of the largest health care information technology companies in the world, Share Medical Systems, which is now part of Siemens Corp. and HBOC, which is now owned by McKesson Corp. He has served as a director on the boards of seven companies, most of which were publicly owned and technology based across industries such as health care, engineering, manufacturing, real estate and retail.

In related moves, M*Modal also announced that Ron Scarboro, chief financial officer, has been appointed chief operating officer. He replaces Amy Amick, who has decided to leave the company. David Woodworth, currently vice president of finance, will assume the role of acting CFO. All changes are effective immediately.

Crosslin adds Jones as consultant

Crosslin Technologies has added Lance Jones as an information security consultant.

Jones will help Crosslin Technologies customers identify and manage risks to information throughout their organizations. 

Previously, Jones served in numerous technical roles at Verizon Wireless. 

Jones received his bachelor’s degree from Middle Tennessee State University and is currently working toward a master’s degree in information security at Lipscomb University. 

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