Sarah Wyckoff has joined WDM Architects as marketing coordinator.
Professional Engineering Consultants has appointed two new members to its board of directors: Mike Kelsey, Municipal Division manager, and Tracy Dible, Mechanical Division manager.
Rebecca Jordan, of Jordan Chiropractic and Acupuncture, has received specialist certifications in chiropractic sports medicine, exercise strength and conditioning, and chiropractic sports injury.
Hospitality Management has named Bill DeWitt as its new president. DeWitt has more than 30 years of national-brand hospitality management experience.
Jason Tidd is joining The Wichita Eagle and Kansas.com as a breaking news reporter.
Hayden Barber has joined The Wichita Eagle and Kansas.com as a preps sports reporter.
The Educational Foundation of the Kansas Society of CPAs has elected the following to its 2017-2018 board of trustees: Charles Gnizak, Fort Hays State University, president; Laura M. Zellers, Wichita State University, vice president; Rebecca Shaw, Berberich Trahan & Co., Topeka, secretary/treasurer; Chad M. Allen, Hutchins & Haake, Overland Park, chair. Elected to four-year terms are: Emily N. Keesling, Allen Gibbs & Houlik; Kimberly D. Charland, Kansas State University, Manhattan; Rachel A. Green, The University of Kansas, Lawrence.
The Kansas Society of CPAs has elected the following to its 2017-2018 board: Chad M. Allen, Hutchins & Haake, Overland Park, chair. Executive committee officers: Jay D. Langley, Summers, Spencer & Company, Salina, vice chair; Damon C. Ward, Spirit AeroSystems, Wichita, secretary/treasurer; James K. Boomer, Boomer Consulting, Manhattan, immediate past chair. Elected as directors for three-year terms: Dan Crumb, Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City, Mo.; Daniel D. Gaston, BKD, Kansas City, Mo.; Melissa D. Goetz, KC&G Business Appraisal Associates, Salina; Robyn L. Seglem, LK Architecture, Wichita; and Radona Smythe, Wheatland Electric Cooperative, Garden City.
The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ governing council has elected M. Aron Dunn, vice president at Allen Gibbs & Houlik, for a three-year term commencing in 2018.
The Kansas Society for Children with Challenges has elected the following to continue as officers for one-year terms: Charlie Chandler, president; Jan Randle, vice president; Frank Carson III, treasurer; and Steve Woods, secretary. The KSCC also elected the following individuals to three-year terms to its board: Aaron Bastian, Georgia Chandler, Lois Chandler, Carla Farmer, John Mapes, Deb Voth and Sister Tarcisia Roths. Mary Ruth Byerley was elected to serve an unfilled two-year term on the board.
Josh Miller has been named vice president of restaurants and dining services for Bluestem Communities.