Momentum names Executive Classes; State ranks high in IT inclusion; UA team wins Big Beam competition; Escambia County Health has interim CEO

Momentum has named its Executive Classes for Birmingham and Huntsville for 2022-23

Momentum Executive Classes named for Birmingham, Huntsville

Momentum has named its Executive Classes for Birmingham and Huntsville for 2022-23. Both programs, featuring high-level women leaders, will include a nine-month curriculum addressing unique challenges facing women in leadership positions. – Momentum


State ranks high in IT inclusion, survey says

Code Wizards HQ, using data from the Advocacy Coalition, has Alabama ranked No. 5 in the country on its IT Inclusion Index. Ranking factors included, among other things, rural accessibility, race accessibility and number of high schools offering computer sciences to students.  – Code Wizards HQ

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UA team wins Big Beam competition

A team from the University of Alabama won the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute’s 2022 Engineering Design Competition, also known as the Big Beam competition. The winning team, sponsored by Gate Precast of Monroeville, won $2,000 and will be honored at the PCI convention in Columbus, Ohio, in February 2023. – The Construction Specifier


Escambia County health authority has interim CEO

Stephen Fischer has been appointed interim chief executive officer for the Escambia County Health Care Authority. Fischer will oversee the Atmore Community Hospital, D.W. McMillan Memorial Hospital and D.W. McMillan Home Medical Equipment. – The Brewton Standard

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