ANDREA S. GOULD-MARKS, Ph.D., ABPP, a psychologist with private and public practices in New York, is opening a practice for integrative transitional psychotherapy. Offices will be centrally located in Tucson. Gould-Marks is founder of Lucid Learning Systems, LLC, a provider of psycho-educational programs, and director of community development for Tucson’s One Tree Learning Institute, LLC. She is certified by the American Board of Professional Psychology as a specialist in cognitive behavioral psychology. She may be reached at [email protected] or 744-5857.
SANDY KANTOR, J.D., and her partner, Al LaPeter, Long Realty’s “Team Al and Sandy,” have been inducted into the Long Realty Director’s Circle, the third highest level of achievement recognized by the company, placing them in the top 9 percent of realtors nationwide. The pair moved to Tucson in December 2013 and joined Long Realty’s Oro Valley office in April 2014. Kantor may be reached at 918-5924 or [email protected]
BRYAN DAVIS, director of the Jewish Community Relations Council and Holocaust education director at the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona, will serve as interim executive director of the JEWISH HISTORY MUSEUM.
JULIE LAUTERBACH-COLBY has been hired as director of operations at the JEWISH HISTORY MUSEUM. Lauterbach-Colby has served for the past five years as development program coordinator at the University of Arizona Poetry Center, where her experience included event planning, financial management, overseeing development projects and coordinating the docent program, which grew under her leadership to include on and off-site outreach.
GILA SILVERMAN has joined the JEWISH COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL of the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona as program director, a part-time position. Silverman has over 20 years of professional and volunteer experience in Jewish communal settings in Israel and the United States, including serving as manager of the Bat Mitzvah Project at Brandeis University. She is currently working on a doctoral dissertation in anthropology at the University of Arizona that examines ritual and identity in American Jewish life. She has won awards from the Arizona Press Club and the American Jewish Press Association for articles in the Arizona Jewish Post.
ARIZONA’S CHILDREN ASSOCIATION was granted $1,000 from Capital One’s recent “Wish for the World” campaign in response to a wish submitted by LORI RIEGEL, development director, that all children living in foster care in Southern Arizona receive new winter coats and shoes. The TUCSON MUSEUM OF ART has issued a call to Arizona artists over 18 to submit work to be considered for the Arizona Biennial 2015. For prospectus and application, go to https://www.tuc sonmuseumofart.org/call-to-artists-arizona-biennial.