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People on the Move

May 29, 2014

Ivy Estabrooke has been named the executive director for the Utah Science and Technology Research initiative. She replaces former Executive Director Ted McAleer, who stepped down in January.

Catherine Lang, Nebraska’s director of Economic Development and Commissioner of Labor, has resigned to pursue a job in the private sector.

Tricia Braun has been named vice president of Economic and Community Development of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.

Megan Lucas has been named the CEO for the Region 2000 Business and Economic Development Alliance.

Wayne State University has added John Shallman, senior director of licensing, and Kenneth Massey, senior director of venture development to their technology commercialization team.

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