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Business briefcase for July 21

July 20, 2014

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Megan Young.

Megan Young.

Sarah Hammonds.

Sarah Hammonds.

Brian Lang.

Brian Lang.

Gary Summers.

Gary Summers.

Stephen Bonebrake.

Stephen Bonebrake.

Kathryn Kugler.

Kathryn Kugler.

Debbie Payne.

Debbie Payne.

• Lawrence-based TherapyWorks announced the addition of two staff members: Sarah Hammonds, a graduate of the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and Megan Young, a graduate of Central Michigan University.

• SS&C; Solutions, Inc. announced its CEO and vice president have become certified exit planning advisors. Gary Summers, the CEO, and Brian Lang, the vice president, join a group of fewer than 300 business advisors worldwide who have earned the title, according to a statement from the company. SS&C; Solutions has a Lawrence office.

• The Lawrence Chamber announced that Steve Coen, president and CEO of the Kansas Health Foundation, will be the keynote speaker at this year's Leadership Lawrence Alumni Luncheon. Coen has been with the health foundation since 1987 and became vice president and CEO in 2008. The luncheon is open to all LL alumni and Chamber members. Details on how to register for the event will be released in the coming weeks.

• The city of Lawrence is inviting the public to attend a reception to meet the finalist candidates for the city's recently created director of arts and culture position. The reception will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Lawrence Arts Center, 940 New Hampshire St. The three finalists are Christina McClelland, currently the public art coordinator for the city and county of Denver, Colo.; Lisa Overholser, currently the director of programs for the New York Folklore Society in New York state; and Josh Powers, currently the state public transportation manager for the Kansas Department of Transportation.

• Kansas University announced its employees of the month for June. The two winners are Connie Gentry, an administrative assistant in the School of Education, and Janna Traver-McCann, an assistant director and executive chef for KU Dining Services.

• Lawrence Real Estate Connections announced the addition of three new employees: Stephen Bonebrake, Kathryn Kugler and Debbie Payne. All three have lived and worked in Lawrence or Kansas for many years, according to a statement.

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