Joanna Luth joins Higher Logic, the industry-leading, human-focused engagement platform, as Chief People Officer. In this position, Luth, above, will lead the people strategy for the company, oversee the People Team, and report to CEO Kevin Boyce. With a “person first, employee second” philosophy, Luth will focus on developing, retaining and attracting top talent and expanding Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging programs.

“With a focus and commitment to improving the employee experience, this is an exciting time to join the Higher Logic team. I am looking forward to working with other leaders to put our people first, and upholding our core values of casual approachability, conscious inclusivity, authentic character, and energetic excellence.  When we do this, we all win,” said Luth.

Prior to joining Higher Logic, Luth served as the Chief People Officer for Intradiem and Vice President of Human Resources for both eVestment Alliance and Aptean, Inc.

Berenice Bonilla Cortés joins Prosperity Now as Vice President of Communications. In this position, she will oversee the strategic alignment, operations and integration of Prosperity Now’s Communications Department; and guide media outreach, branding and positioning, content creation and digital engagement efforts for the organization.  She previously served as Managing Director of Communications at the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights.

Andrew Harper, owner of 60iMedia Productions, has won an Award of Merit from The Best Shorts Film Competition, in La Jolla, CA.   According to a release, the award was given to Harper for his “emotional and riveting documentary, Gut Soup, which was produced in association with The Wicomico Environmental Trust. Gut Soup, tells the story of an idyllic Eastern Shore community and their battle between a landowner who built a three-million-gallon sludge tank and the resulting stench his neighbors must endure. The stench has been best described by neighbor Gary Mansell as, “Ammonia-infused, rotting flesh.””

Harper says, “I’m delighted to receive recognition for producing this documentary, but the real heroes are the Neighborhood Action Group (NAG), who have been battling this landowner on all fronts. They have done a superb job of illustrating their struggle. I was asked by The Wicomico Environmental Trust to help put the story together in a way that best documents their daily struggle, living near this sludge tank. My hope is that this film helps NAG’s mission to rid the county of such an inappropriate and dreadful industrial-scale operation.”

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