The Board of Governors of the Ohio State Bar Association have announced the unanimous selection of Mary Amos Augsburger as the OSBA's new executive director.
* The Board of Governors of the Ohio State Bar Association have announced the unanimous selection of Mary Amos Augsburger as the OSBA's new executive director.
Augsburger succeeds Denny L. Ramey, who retired at the end of June after a 33-year tenure with the OSBA. Augsburger will be only the fourth executive director in the OSBA's 133-year history.
Augsburger most recently served as legislative counsel for the OSBA. Prior to joining the association, she served as chief counsel in the Ohio Senate, chief counsel for the Ohio Division of Financial Institutions and director of policy and public affairs for the Ohio auditor.
Augsburger earned her law degree from Capital University and her undergraduate degree from the Ohio State University. She and her husband Ryan live in Upper Arlington and have a new son, Alex.
The Ohio State Bar Association, founded in 1880, is a voluntary association representing approximately 25,000 members of the bench and bar of Ohio, as well as nearly 4,000 paralegals and law students.
* Ohio Gov. John Kasich has appointed Frank Ciotola of Upper Arlington to serve as the Governor's investment designee to the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System Board of Trustees. He was scheduled to be sworn in on July 17.
Ciotola replaces Lennie Wyatt of Cincinnati, who left the board in September 2012.
Ciotola is a partner and senior relationship manager with Everhart Advisors, where he assists business owners and plan participants in achieving retirement income security. In addition, he serves as vice president and vice mayor of Upper Arlington City Council. He has served on City Council since his election in 2005.
He participates in many community based organizations, including the Upper Arlington Civic Association, Upper Arlington Chamber of Commerce, and Financial Planning Association.
Ciotola earned a degree in finance from Ohio State University in 1985. He also earned the Accredited Investment Fiduciary designation and holds Series 7, state life and health insurance licenses.
The OPERS Board of Trustees meets monthly, and members are not compensated for their service to the board. By law, the Governor's designee also serves on the Ohio Public Employees Deferred Compensation Board.
* Upper Arlington resident Vikram Krishnasetty, M.D., Columbus Radiology's body imaging section head, is the newly elected vice president of the growing Columbus-based radiology practice.
Krishnasetty has been an active leader at Columbus Radiology. He has served as the clinical director of information technology. Under Krishnasetty's leadership, Columbus Radiology implemented an enterprise-wide worklist solution, which has improved patient care, decreased turnaround times and enhanced efficiencies for both the radiologists and hospital clients.
A graduate of the George Washington University School of Medicine, Krishnasetty completed his residency in diagnostic radiology and fellowships in body imaging and musculoskeletal imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School. Currently, he resides in Upper Arlington with his wife and two children.