People on the Move Sept. 11
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 [email protected].
Elisabeth Mulroy MD, has joined Beebe Medical Group’s urology team.
“Beebe Medical Group is committed to expanding our access and providers to meet the needs of the community,” said Bobby Gulab, MD, Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Beebe Medical Group.
“I came to Sussex County because I like the friendliness of the people and the small community feel,” Dr. Mulroy said.
Dr. Mulroy has been trained in robotically assisted surgery as an addition to other minimally invasive surgical methods.
Chase Cline has been named Director of Catering for SoDel Concepts.
Cline supervises on-site catering at six of the 12 properties and also manages the skyboxes for Dover International Speedway for the NASCAR races.
An avid camper, Cline is president of the Trap Pond Partners, the nonprofit fundraising arm for Trap Pond State Park. The organization provides funds for park projects and school field trips.
He lives in Rehoboth with husband Dru Tevis and their two Shar-pei dogs, Jazz and Bruceton.
Maddy Goss has joined the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays as the nonprofit’s communications specialist.
Goss came to the Center after nearly three years as Delaware’s only statewide environmental journalist for Delaware Online/The News Journal, part of the USA Today Network. In her time there, she won multiple regional awards for her reporting, which included in-depth investigations surrounding industrial pollution, water quality issues and future climate change impacts in Delaware.
“I’m lucky to have spent so many years working as a local journalist in my home state, but I couldn’t be more thrilled to start a new chapter here at the Center by focusing on improving water quality in one of the fastest growing regions of the state,” Maddy said in a statement. “So many people are moving here because of the beauty of the Inland Bays, and I want to help them understand how precious these resources are and why it’s so vitally important to protect them for generations to come.”
Julieanne Sees DO, orthopedic surgeon at Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, has been named by the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) to one of just three NAM fellowships nationwide. Dr. Sees, who is an associate professor at Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, is the 2020 NAM fellow in osteopathic medicine.
The fellows were chosen based on their professional qualifications and accomplishments, reputations as scholars, and relevance of field expertise to the work of the NAM and the Health and Medicine Division of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (the National Academies). The fellows will collaborate with eminent researchers, policy experts, and clinicians from across the country during their two-year fellowship. They will help facilitate initiatives convened by the National Academies to provide nonpartisan, scientific, and evidence-based guidance to national, state, and local policymakers, academic leaders, health care administrators, and the public.