Movers & Shakers 11/15/15
Wells Fargo has named Adam Anderson and Leslie Dahl as Juneau business relationship managers. They will focus on meeting the unique financial needs of business owners and managers in Juneau and helping their businesses succeed financially. Anderson brings 10 years of title industry experience in Alaska to his role with Wells Fargo. He holds a bachelor’s degree in speech communication from Colorado State University. Anderson serves in the community as a Juneau Chamber of Commerce and Ducks Unlimited member. Dahl has 34 years of experience working in the financial services industry in Juneau, including service as chief lending officer for Alaska Pacific Bank. She is actively involved in the Glacier Valley Rotary Club, serving as co-chair of the Pillars Speaker Series. Dahl is a Juneau Douglas High School graduate and former head coach of the award-winning JDHS dance team.
Jeff Roach has been appointmented as airport manager of Fairbanks International Airport, with an official start date of Nov. 12. Roach has a career of more than 30 years of aviation experience in Alaska, most recently as Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities Northern Region Planning Manager, Aviation and Highways, where he was responsible for planning and programming for more than 100 airports.
The Wilson Agency recently hired Cherie Hendrix for the position of senior advisor of national accounts. Hendrix will be providing strategic support for developing and implementing employee benefits plans for large, national accounts. Hendrix is a top industry expert with more than 16 years of experience in the benefits industry. Her experience includes benefit program strategy, health care reform guidance, financial analysis, account management and customer service. Prior to joining The Wilson Agency, she worked as principal and senior consultant for Mercer Health and Benefits where she focused on mid-sized to large employers with benefit plans ranging from 200 to more than 15,000 employees, multi-state employers and professional services companies.