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People on the Move: Apr. 19

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People on the Move is a rundown of recent hirings, promotions, appointments and other notable movements by professionals in the state. If you’re interested in submitting an entry, please contact news@delawarebusinesstimes.com.

WSFS Bank named Brooke Moyer the senior vice president and director of loan syndications, reporting to Jim Gise, senior vice president, Middle Market, Syndications and Capital Markets.


In his role, Moyer will be responsible for arranging, pricing, structuring and distributing multi-bank commercial and industrial (C&I), commercial real estate (CRE) and healthcare credit facilities for WSFS’ Commercial Division, acting as the primary syndications professional for all assigned Customers and prospects.

“We look forward to leveraging Brooke’s experience and expertise in loan syndications to continue to build out this important and growing line of business for WSFS,” Gise said. “He will provide strategic focus to an existing capability to help our C&I, CRE and healthcare Customers grow.”

“I’m thrilled to join such a dynamic and locally focused organization where I’ll contribute to WSFS’ continued growth by expanding the loan syndication practice,” Moyer said.

Prior to joining WSFS, Moyer was a Vice President of Loan Capital Markets at J.P. Morgan, where he was responsible for structuring and broadly syndicating loans for financial institution borrowers in J.P. Morgan’s Commercial & Investment Bank. He has extensive experience advising management teams on their credit facility needs across both best-efforts and acquisition financing scenarios.

Moyer has also held positions in credit risk and corporate banking at J.P. Morgan, where he worked on loan transactions from an underwriting and relationship perspective.

Moyer earned a Bachelor of Science degree in economics from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania. He resides in the Philadelphia area.

Bayhealth welcomed Board-certified Neurologist Rakesh Jaitly, MD, to its team.


“We are very pleased that Dr. Jaitly has joined our talented team of specialists at Bayhealth Neurology,” Bayhealth Senior Director of Neurosciences Adam Spengler, MHA, said. “Dr. Jaitly is highly experienced in treating neurological conditions as well as stroke, and is helping us expand upon our ability to improve the health of our community members with these types of conditions.”

Dr. Jaitly comes to Bayhealth from the Department of Neurology at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. He earned his medical degree from Lala Lajpat Rai Memorial Medical College in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, India. He completed a neurology residency followed by a fellowship in clinical neurophysiology at the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond, Virginia.

Dr. Jaitly is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He is also a member of the American Academy of Neurology.

Beebe Healthcare announced ICU nurse Brittany Grandbois, BSN, RN, received the DAISY award.

Brittany Grandbois | PHOTO COURTESY OF BEEBE

This award is presented to nurses who go above and beyond in the delivery of clinical excellence and compassionate care as they are working with patients. DAISY Awards are presented at Beebe on a quarterly basis.

The family who nominated Grandbois stated, “During a critical time when my husband was in the ICU, she went above and beyond, providing exceptional care. What truly set her apart was not only her medical expertise, but her compassion and dedication to ensuring that I, as a family member, felt informed and supported. Brittany patiently answered all my questions, translating complex medical jargon into understandable terms, and consistently demonstrated a genuine concern for both my husband’s well-being and my own peace of mind.”

During a surprise ceremony at the hospital, Grandbois was presented with a DAISY certificate and a hand-carved Healer’s Touch sculpture inscribed with the words “In deep appreciation of all you do, who you are, and the incredibly meaningful difference you make in the lives of so many people.”

The DAISY Foundation was established by family members in memory of J. Patrick Barnes, who died at the age of 33 in 1999 from complications of an autoimmune disease called Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (ITP). The care Patrick and his family received from nurses while he was ill inspired a new way of thanking nurses for making a profound difference in the lives of their patients and their families.

The Food Bank of Delaware announced Rick Deadwyler, U.S. Eastern region director for government & industry affairs at Corteva Agriscience, has joined its Board of Directors.


In his role with Corteva, Deadwyler promotes, advances and defends public policy and governmental challenges, while also working to promote and protect its corporate reputation.

Born and raised in Delaware, Deadwyler brings strong community connections and government and public policy expertise to the Food Bank of Delaware’s Board of Directors. The Board of Directors is composed of 25 leaders from the business, community and nonprofit sectors.  They are responsible for developing policies, procedures and regulations for the operation of the Food Bank of Delaware, generating finances/resources for the organization and monitoring its programs and performance.

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