Moving up

2013-06-02T00:00:00Z Moving up Arizona Daily Star
June 02, 2013 12:00 am

Jewish Community Center names Rockoff as new CEO

Todd Rockoff will join Tucson Jewish Community Center as chief executive officer on July 8.

He will succeed Ken Light, who has led the JCC as CEO for more than 27 years. A special event, "Lighting the J's Way," will be held on Oct. 12 to honor Light's tenure.

Rockoff brings more than 28 years of related experience and spent the last 11 years at the Shaw JCC of Akron, Ohio, where he served as executive director since 2002.

He has received several honors from the JCC field in program development and is part of the national training staff for JCC Association in staff development and customer service.

Rockoff received his bachelor's degree from the State University of New York at Cortland.

The Tucson JCC employs nearly 200 people on its 100,000-square-foot campus.

Wood to head marketing for Catalina services

Janet Wood has joined Catalina Community Services as marketing manager.

She will develop promotion and branding strategies, public relations, social media and community outreach.

Wood worked for World Care as marketing/development manager for three years. Previously she worked for Tucson Newspapers Inc. (the Arizona Daily Star and the former Tucson Citizen) from 1991 to 2009, including 16 years as manager of the Newspapers In Education program.

She has also served on nonprofit boards including Foundation for Animals in Risk and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Wood received her bachelor's and master's degrees in education from the UA, with additional graduate work in media communications at the University of Southern California's Annenberg School.

Catalina Community Services is a nonprofit organization providing assistance to residents in northwest Tucson, Catalina, southeast Pinal County, Vail and neighboring rural communities.

Lamey is new financial rep at Country Financial

Khole Lamey of Tucson has been named a financial representative for Country Financial.

Lamey, who recently completed the company's training, earned an associate's degree in business from Pima Community College this year.

Lamey will offer auto, home, life and long-term care insurance, annuities, mutual funds and college funding options, investment management, retirement planning and trust services.

Raskob Kambourian hires Weaver as financial planner

Karen Weaver has joined Raskob Kambourian Financial Advisors as a financial planner and a registered tax return preparer.

Weaver plans to take the Certified Financial Planner designation exam in November. She previously worked as an academic adviser and student services coordinator at the University of Arizona.

She received a bachelor of science degree in psychology from the UA and a master of education in counseling and human relations from Northern Arizona University.

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