GLHN names president

The board of directors of GLHN Architects & Engineers, Inc. has unanimously chosen Henry Johnstone, P.E., as company president, “continuing the firm’s planned transition to a new generation of leaders.”

Johnstone, who previously served as vice president and director of mechanical engineering, will take over day-to-day responsibilities of running the firm. Longtime president Bill Nelson will concentrate on business development and selective projects.

GLHN’s trustees also elected Robert Lamb, the company’s new chief operations officer, to a seat on the board.

Golf, tennis directors named at The Lodge

The Lodge at Ventana Canyon Golf & Racquet Club has named new directors of golf instruction and tennis:

John Basden is the director of golf instruction. A graduate of Arizona State University with degrees in fundamental education in psychology and education psychology, he is interested in “the psychological process and biomechanical fundamentals that make some golfers better than others,” The Lodge said in a news release.

He has been at The Ventana Canyon Golf & Racquet Club since 2010.

Jonathan Davis becomes director of tennis.

He is a second-generation tennis professional following his father, who was director of tennis at the Westward Look resort for more than 20 years.

Born and raised in Tucson, Davis attended Eastern Washington University in Spokane. Previously he taught tennis at the Jewish Community Center and Hilton El Conquistador Resort.

Williams joins Zanes Law

Philip Williams has joined Zanes Law, a personal injury firm with offices in Tucson and Phoenix, as operations manager, bringing two decades of executive operations experience.

He was previously the first CEO of hydroGEOPHYSICS Inc.; also was at ABM Industries; and held multiple manufacturing roles at irrigation device maker Rain Bird. He also served at sea in the U.S. Navy nuclear  power program.

Williams is a graduate of the University of Arizona, for his master’s of business administration and bachelor of science in mechanical engineering degrees.