Personnel file: Inteliquent, NAMI, Nanticoke, Sen Coons’ office; Community Foundation


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Inteliquet hires CFO

Inteliquet, Dover, announced that it has hired Jean Roberson, CPA, as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). In her new role, she will report directly to Inteliquet’s President and Chief Operating Officer, Marie E. Lamont.

Most recently, she was CFO at healthcare agency 2e Creative, where she helped lead its successful acquisition by Fishawack Health, a global healthcare communications group. She was responsible for establishing budgeting processes, reporting to the parent company, and integrating financial processes with the new ownership.


NAMI adds two staff members

NAMI Delaware announced the addition of two staff members to the NAMI Delaware Education & Advocacy Team. Jacqueline Contreras and Estevan Garcia joined the staff. Their work will focus primarily on serving the mental health support, education, and advocacy needs of Hispanic communities in Sussex County, which includes staffing the NAMI Delaware Spanish language Help Line.

Contreras joins NAMI Delaware after working and volunteering in Sussex County for the past five years. She has studied Criminal Justice and is interested in its intersection with mental health services.

Garcia joins NAMI Delaware inspired by personal experience. Garcia became a Peer Recovery Specialist at the ACE Center. He has managed a sober living house and supported those experiencing homelessness in Sussex County.

Coons names digital media manager

Tacy Cresson has joined the office of U.S. Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) as digital media manager with the senator’s communications team in Delaware.

Cresson is a graduate of Endicott College, earning a bachelor’s degree in digital media and journalism. She served as editor-in-chief for the Endicott Observer, local chapter president for the Society of Professional Journalists, and received the Myra Anne Dettelbach Communications Scholarship.


DCF adds health portfolio associate

The Delaware Community Foundation (DCF) welcomed Mashiya Williams as a health portfolio program associate.

As part of the DCF’s Community Impact Team, Williams will support the DCF’s grantmaking, engage with the community, and serve donors, helping ensure that resources invested in health outcomes have the maximum positive impact on quality of life throughout Delaware.

Williams most recently worked at Comenity Bank from 2010 to 2019, where she was executive assistant to the bank president and managed Comenity’s Grant and Outreach Program. She earned her bachelor’s degree in human development from Binghamton University and an MBA from Strayer University. She also recently received her project management certification from the Project Management Institute.


Nanticoke Memorial welcomes three

Nanticoke Memorial Hospital announced the return of Ronald Concha-Parra, MD to its active medical staff. Concha-Parra, specializing in gastroenterology and hepatology

Concha-Parra is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and graduated from the Universidad Nacional de San Marcos School of Medicine in Lima, Peru. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida and his Gastroenterology and Hepatology Fellowship at the State University of New York Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn.

blankNanticoke welcomed Michaela Breski, PA-C to its medical staff. Breski, specializing in gastroenterology.

Breski received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from The University of Tampa and her Master of Health Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania.

Nanticoke also welcomed Michelle Talag, MSN-FNP to its medical staff. Talag, primary care provider.

Talag received both her Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing and her Master of Science Degree in Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner from Wilmington University. Talag has previously worked as an Intensive Care Nurse and has held leadership positions in nursing at local hospitals.

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