Bauman is chief of UA Cancer Center division

Dr. Julie E. Bauman has joined the University of Arizona College of Medicine — Tucson as professor and chief of the Division of Hematology and Oncology in the Department of Medicine and the UA Cancer Center.

Bauman is a member of the National Cancer Institute Head and Neck Cancer Steering Committee, and a former Tucsonan, having graduated from Salpointe Catholic High School.

Her research focuses on design of biomarker-driven, early-phase clinical trials to prevent and improve survival in head and neck cancer.

Bauman was associate professor of medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, where she was co-director of the Head and Neck Cancer Center of Excellence at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, among other roles. She has also been an assistant professor at the University of New Mexico and its Cancer Center in Albuquerque.

She completed her fellowship in medical oncology at the University of Washington, her residency in internal medicine at the University of Utah, and earned her medical and master’s in public health degrees from Tufts University.

McReynolds promoted at KB Home in Tucson

KB Home has promoted Amy McReynolds to president of its Tucson division.

“In this position, McReynolds will assume a key role in directing the builder’s growth strategy for the greater Tucson region while continuing to oversee KB Home’s day-to-day operations in the market,” the company said in a news release.

McReynolds joined KB Home in 2013 with more than 20 years of residential homebuilding experience. She is a Tucson native and holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration from the University of Arizona.

She serves as chair of the Southern Arizona Home Builders Association.

Simpleview’s Senstad to head Europe office

Tucson-based Simpleview has added a European office, in Oslo, Norway, and has hired Rolf Senstad as its general manager in Europe.

Simpleview says its growing customer base in Europe includes the Prague Convention Bureau, The Hague Convention Bureau, Edinburgh Convention Bureau and Innovation Norway.

Senstad has extensive IT and operational management experience spanning three continents.

Hartmann to lead Youth On Their Own

Nicola Hartmann has joined Youth On Their Own as executive director.

She previously was director of advancement and corporate relations at San Miguel High School and executive director of the Sunnyside Foundation.

Hartmann holds a B.S. in business administration/marketing from the University of Arizona Eller College of Management and an MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management.

Tech Parks Arizona adds Powell as fellow

Richard Powell has joined Tech Parks Arizona as Senior Fellow. He will assist in evaluating new technology initiatives especially in the field of advanced energy.

Powell has held several key appointments with the University of Arizona including vice president of research, professor of optical sciences and of material science, and director of the Optical Sciences Center. He retired from UA in 2005 and has been a consultant for solar energy research projects at Science Foundation Arizona, Research Corporation for Science Advancement and Arizona Research Institute for Solar Energy.

Bohne promoted at Truly Nolen HQ

Truly Nolen Pest Control has promoted Greg Bohne to director of domestic franchising at the Tucson corporate office.

Bohne joined the company in 2013 and previously managed both the Tucson and North Tucson service offices. He moved to the domestic franchise division in August 2015.

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