McHugh, who begins August 2, is the founding director of the Wittenberg Institute for Public Humanities and Sciences, where she works to create social change through critical, compassionate and creative partnerships that tackle local injustices and inequalities. She is professor and chair of the philosophy department at the University of Wittenberg and a member of the Hagen Center for Civic and Urban Engagement. In his new role at the Fitz Center, McHugh will mobilize UD faculty and students to engage in partnerships with members of the Dayton community to meet important community needs and advance the University’s commitment to civic engagement, community learning, and student leadership development.
Shroyer joins Upper Valley Internal Medicine
PIQUA – Kimberly Shroyer, FNP, joins Upper Valley Internal Medicine. Shroyer received his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Ohio University and his Masters of Nursing from Northern Kentucky University.
Shroyer will join Ronal Manis, MD, and Christie Schmitz, FNP, in practice. The practice is located at 1752 W. High St., Piqua and accepts new patients. Appointments can be made online at PremierHealth.com/MakeAnAppointment or by calling 937-773-3737.
Woolpert Welcomes Veteran Building Industry Leader
Woolpert has hired Suzette Thief, FARA, AIA, as vice-president and leader of the buildings sector. She is a Chartered Architect and has extensive international leadership experience in small and large architectural and engineering firms including AECOM, Jacobs and Stantec.
Stoler has provided inspired and unwavering leadership to support a myriad of design activities for public and private clients around the world and has been an effective agent of operational change. She fostered personalized growth strategies for internal talent, helped guide profitable business mergers and
e acquisitions, created and implemented business development strategies and led a constructive organizational restructuring.
AT WoolpertStoler will be responsible for leading the architects, interior designers, planners and engineers who serve the company’s private, public and federal markets. She will guide them to innovate in the built environment through smart planning, programming and design.
The graduate of Carnegie Mellon and Texas A&M University is also active with the Society of American Registered Architects regionally and nationally. She has held a number of leadership positions, most notably as National President of SARA, and was awarded a scholarship in 2008. In addition to contributing at the industry level, Stoler also enjoys giving back to the profession by encouraging future leaders.