n Renee Stout has been installed as president of NALS of Michigan, the association for legal support professionals, for 2014-15. She is employed at the Jay Zelenock Law Firm in downtown Traverse City where she serves as receptionist, legal assistant, paralegal and bookkeeper. She has been employed in the legal field for more than 30 years.
n The Northern Michigan Chapter of International Association of Administrative Professionals Chapter has named Sarah Adams as the 2014 Administrative Professional of the Year. She is a secretary with the Grand Traverse County Administration Office.
n Micki Gee, of Peterson McGregor and Associates, recently obtained her license for property and casualty insurance as well as life and health insurance.
n Chrissie Gadd, of Peterson McGregor and Associates, recently obtained her license for life and health insurance.
n The membership of Oryana Natural Foods Market elected five board members at the store’s annual general membership meeting in April. The new members will serve a two-year term on the board of directors.
Kaitlyn Burns is the communications manager for SEEDS. This is Burns’ second term on the Oryana board.
Jim Dagwell co-owns Traverse Tax and Accounting with his wife Laura May. Dagwell also serves on the board of Honor Bank. This is his third term at Oryana.
Ken Quitugua is the facilities and environmental coordinator at Oryana and has been an Oryana employee for nine years.
Holly Jo Sparks co-founded Collective Seeds Consulting Co-op where she advises cooperatives in financial management and organizational development.
This is her first term on the Oryana board.
Amy Tennis is a human resources director at Munson Medical Center and co-owns New Mission Organics hops farm in Omena with husband Brian. Tennis has served on the Oryana board since 2008.
n Morgan Stanley announced Mark Lundmark, a senior vice president, financial advisor and senior investment management consultant, portfolio management director and financial planning specialist, in its Wealth Management office in Traverse City has been named to the firm’s Master’s Club, an elite group composed of the firm’s top financial advisors.