PHOENIX, AZ—NLJ 250 firm Fennemore Craig announced that it is building on the record success its legal professionals have achieved for clients and the firm with several internal promotions and a new hire designed to continue its ongoing effort to align the firm’s talent and resources with the needs of the business community. The changes come as the firm’s Chief Operating Officer, Kathy Hancock, retires from the firm after 18 years of stellar service.
As part of a new “C-suite” structure, the firm announced the following promotions:
Cheryl Cecil: Chief People Officer. In her new role, Cecil will manage the strategy and processes related to building and retaining an exceptional team of employees, develop a well-defined company culture, and optimize people-centered activities that support the company’s mission, vision, and values.
Dean Seiveno: Chief Enterprise Officer. As Chief Enterprise Officer, Seiveno will tackle major firm projects and initiatives to ensure the firm is constantly innovating and driving change. From technology to operations, Seiveno’s leadership will deliver the execution of forward-thinking strategies.
Lindsay Moellenberndt: Chief Business Development Director. Moellenberndt’s new title reflects the firm’s commitment to building relationships with the business community, strengthening the spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation, and securing value for clients from these relationships.
The above team members will work closely with firm’s other C-suite members, Chief Financial Officer, Dave Bassuk, and its Chief Talent Officer, Bob Kramer. Additionally, firm leadership announced that Donna Mostrom has joined the firm to serve as Chief of Staff and Marketing Director.