Loretta Mottram has been hired as executive director of Protected Harbor
, which operates two group homes in Fort Myers for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Her responsibilities include overseeing the organization’s administration, programs, and fundraising. This hire is a strategic move for Protected Harbor, which has operated for its 10-year history without an executive director. To support the growth of Protected Harbor’s programs, Mottram will be focused on fundraising, marketing, and community outreach in the coming year. Her intention is to connect with local churches, businesses, civic groups, and foundations to expand the 10-year-old organization’s mission to operate permanent supportive housing, enhanced with Christian care, for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Before joining Protected Harbor, Mottram served as the executive director of United Way in Columbia City, Indiana. She brings over 20 years of experience in leading organizations and providing expert business transformation services for multiple corporations.
Miromar Development hires two
Miromar Development has expanded its development team with the addition of Kyle Wiggerly as construction project manager and Jake Davis as CAD (computer-aided design) coordinator. Wiggerly and Davis will work within Miromar’s entire portfolio of retail and residential developments, including Miromar Outlets, Miromar Design Center, University Village Shops & Residences, and Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club. Wiggerly has 17 years of project management, site supervision and carpentry experience. He has an associate degree of arts in business administration from Ivy Tech Community College. Davis received an associate degree in CAD design in 2017 from Pittsburgh Technical College and has previously worked for a home builder and an engineering firm as a building information modeling software specialist.
Florida Skin Center
‘s Board Certified Physician Assistant (PA) Soledad Triana has been awarded Diplomate Fellow status by the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants (SDPA), a nonprofit professional organization. The standardized program was built by the SDPA, testing industry experts, and dermatology professionals to ensure it includes the knowledge and skills necessary to provide exceptional patient care. As a Diplomate Fellow, Triana must maintain her SDPA Diplomate Fellow membership and complete all necessary Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit exams offered by the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants. Triana earned a Master of Medical Science degree in physician assistant studies from Nova Southeastern University. Her educational background includes a Bachelor of Science degree from the National University of Mar del Plata in Argentina, and an Associate of Science degree in respiratory care from Edison State College (now Florida SouthWestern State College).