Education improvement officer named
Governor John Carney announced that Dorrell Green will lead the Delaware Department of Education’s new Office of Improvement & Innovation.
The creation of theOffice of Improvement & Innovation is one of the first steps being taken in a broader reorganization of the Department of Education. The reorganization also includes the elimination of 10 vacant positions, and a pledge to review additional positions for elimination as they become vacant – with the goal of creating a leaner, more support-driven agency. Impending changes will reflect a department better suited to support student achievement across the state, a release stated.
Green, who is currently an assistant superintendent in the Brandywine School District, starts August 1. His new office will include staff members reassigned from other work in the Department of Education, with experience supporting students and schools in need. The team will support educators on the ground, particularly in struggling schools in the City of Wilmington.
Green earned a Bachelor of Science in elementary teaching education and a Master of Education in educational leadership from the University of Delaware. He is completing a Doctor of Education in organizational leadership from Wilmington University.
Nanticoke Health Services personnel moves
Nanticoke Health Services, Seaford, announced that Thomas Diehl has been named Assistant Vice President, Supply Chain. In this position, he will be accountable for savings enhancement strategies, supply chain utilization, gross margin improvement, and leading change positively to reduce healthcare costs.
Diehl started his career at Nanticoke in November 2009 as the Director of Materials Management. During his time at Nanticoke, he has focused on medical supply expense management and clinical integration, improving efficiencies, increasing patient satisfaction, improving quality, and reducing cost.
He received his Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Radford University in Radford, VA and is certified as a Six Sigma Green Belt. Additionally, he has 30 years of progressive supply chain and manufacturing experience in multiple high-technology industries.
Nanticoke Memorial Hospital also welcomed Mary Beth D’Amico, MS, NEA, FNP-BC to its orthopedic and bariatric programs. D’Amico is a board certified family nurse practitioner with specialization in urgent care, and family medicine. She cares for patients in the hospital after their joint replacement surgeries and bariatric surgeries.
D’Amico received her Master of Science in Healthcare Administration/Family Nurse Practitioner from Wilmington University in 1996. She also received her Post-Master Certification in Healthcare Leadership from Seton Hall University, and her Post-Master Black Belt Certification in Lean and Six Sigma from Villanova University.
Arthur Hall Insurance manager completes program
Arthur Hall Insurance announced that Eric C. Rosle, has completed the Leadership Chester County Program (LCC). This premier professional development program is sponsored by the United Way of Chester County in partnership with West Chester University and the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry. Participants are among the best and brightest within their respective industries and learn valuable business, leadership, and entrepreneurial skills meant to explore local issues and the region’s non-profit sector.
Rosle is an Account Manager with Arthur Hall Insurance. He is a graduate of James Madison University and volunteers for both The Rotary Club of West Chester and The United Way of Chester County Community Impact Team. Hall has an office in Hockessin
Farrand joins Patterson-Schwartz sales team
Patterson-Schwartz welcomed Jessica Farrand to their Hockessin office sales team She is a University of Delaware graduate. She holds her Delaware real estate license and is a member of the New Castle County Board of Realtors.