Jeffrey Agid was promoted to store manager at Dolphin Carpet & Tile in Southwest Ranches.
Jeanine Dronsick joined Maya Swimwear as sales director in Miami. Dronsick began her career as vice president of production and director of sales for her family's $10 million-per-year textile converting business, Todd Knitting. She was a sales specialist for Ferragamo women's shoes, a top producer in client sales for The Men's Store and later promoted to sales team leader, all at Bloomingdale's. In addition, Dronsick branched out into the arts as managing editor of AroundTown Magazine, the calendar of the arts magazine for South Florida.
Billy Hayes has joined Southeast Toyota Distributors, a JM Family Enterprises Inc. subsidiary, in the newly created position of vice president of sales operations. For the past two years, Hayes has been based in Japan, where he was Nissan's vice president of global zero emissions vehicles.
Kendra Bartling has joined Carefree Boat Club, headquartered in Pompano Beach with locations in Fort Lauderdale, Aventura and Coconut Grove, as director of marketing.
MonarchCare, a Fort Lauderdale not-for-profit social service agency offering direct client services, information and resources for the care and support of the frail, elderly, disabled or at-risk populations of South Florida, announced its board of directors for 2014-2015. Chair: Bonnie Mackey, Levin, Silvey, Zelko & Mackey; Vice Chair: Florence Kalma, RN at Plantation General Hospital; Treasurer: Kirphton Frey, owner, Dr. Buggs; Secretary: Steven Cole, small business and personal banker, Citi National Bank of Florida. Directors are: Ric Testani, event coordinator, Exquisite Catering by Robert; Carline Applys, PharmD. pharmacy manager, Florida Atlantic University; Michael Brodie, owner, Michael Brodie Senior Placement Services and Dan McCurdy, president, TTC Computers Inc.
Kim Bentley, assistant vice president of corporate philanthropy for JM Family Enterprises Inc., recently joined the board of directors for Women In Distress of Broward County Inc.., along with: Tami Clemenza-Wilson, a principal at accounting firm Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLC.; Michael H. Farver, director and trustee of the Farver Foundation; Howard C. Forman, Broward County clerk of the courts; and Pauling Grant, chief executive officer of Broward Health North.
Douglas Hornsby received the Florida Radiological Society's Gold Medal Award during its 2014 FRS & FRBMA Annual Meeting held in Orlando recently, for his achievements and dedication to the science and art of diagnostic and therapeutic radiology on both the state and national level. In the past, Hornsby founded and was president of Helping Hands Nursing Inc., with 16 offices in 6 states throughout the mid-south.
Carolina Valdes has joined Holy Cross Hospital's Holy Cross Medical Group, specializing in epilepsy, in addition to other neurological disorders.
Jacqueline Lovell-Santos was named catering director at the The Palm Beach County Convention Center. Other appointments include: Tom Carey as public safety manager; Lorena Williams as marketing manager; James Cordeiro as director of operations and Alexandra Mearman as event manager.
Venevision Productions, a Cisneros Media production company and independent producer of Spanish-language programing in the United States, announced the signing of a multiyear contract with Enrique Santos to host a new television show for the Univision Communications Inc., UniMas network, in Miami. Santo, a volunteer reserve police officer for the Miami Police Department, hosts The Enrique Santos Show, broadcast live on Univision Radio's Miami affiliate.
Eli Math joined the Fort Lauderdale office of Keller Williams Realty Professionals as a Realtor with a focus in the tri-county area.
Edward Lyons has joined Colliers International South Florida as senior adviser in its newly expanded West Palm Beach office. Previously, Lyons founded AnBro Associates in 2002, and also held executive management positions in the U.S. and the United Kingdom at TrammellCrow Company, The Koll Company and CBRE.