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Personnel Moves

Vedder Price Welcomes Two New Shareholders

Plus, former Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price joins bank board; Whitley Penn CMO joins Plano Chamber Exec Committee; and more.
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Vedder Price

Jeff Ansley

Jeff Ansley, Shareholder

Attorney Jeff Ansley is a member of Vedder Price’s Government Investigations & White-Collar Defense practice. Ansley was previously with Bell Nunnally and is a  former federal prosecutor and former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas. Ansley, along with Arianna Goodman, will lead the firm’s expansion of its white-collar defense practice into Texas.

Education: Southern Methodist University (J.D.), Texas A&M University (B.A.)

Arianna Goodman

Arianna Goodman, Shareholder

Arianna Goodman also previously practiced at Bell Nunnally, where she focused on white-collar criminal defense. Her previous case load includes SEC investigations and matters conducted by the Department of Justice, the Medicare Fraud Strike Force, the Department of Defense, and more. She will also help lead Vedder Price’s expansion into white-collar defense in Texas.

Education: University of Arkansas at Little Rock (J.D.), University of Arkansas (B.A.)

Stream Realty

Seth Koschak

Seth Koschak, Executive Managing Director and Partner

Seth Koschak will co-lead Stream’s new Industrial Capital Markets Division, which launched last week. He currently holds the role of managing director and partner in Stream’s DFW office, where he has worked for 13 years. Koschak oversees several duties at the Fort Worth office including project leasing, tenant representation, building sales, overall growth of the office, and more.

Education: The University of Texas at Austin

Johnson & Sekin

Jamie Berman

Jamie Berman, Director of Digital

Jamie Berman will lead the digital team at ad agency Johnson & Sekin.
She was previously client service director at IT services company Valtech and served in roles at Rightpoint, The Integer Group, IMC2, Richards Group, and TRG.

Jeremy Graham

Jeremy Graham, Director of Development

Jeremy Graham joined Johnson & Sekin in 2017 as a web developer, after freelancing as an illustrator, animator and website developer. In his new role, Graham will lead the development of motion websites and digital experiences for the agency’s clients.

Education: The Savannah College of Art and Design (BFA)

Board Appointments

Worthington National Bank

Betsy Price

Betsy Price, Board of Directors Member

Former Mayor of Fort Worth, Betsy Price, who led Dallas’ sister city for ten years, will join the Board of Directors for Worthington National Bank. As Mayor, Price focused on improving public safety, advocated for fiscal responsibility, and more. In 2021, she stepped down as Mayor to place a bid for the Tarrant County Judge position.

Education: The University of Texas at Arlington (B.S.)

Dallas Regional Chamber

Mike Hansen

Mike Hansen, Board of Directors Member

Mike Hansen will serve a two-year term on the DRC’s Board of Directors. Hansen currently serves as executive director of market operations and Dallas site leader for the Options Clearing Corp., where he has held various leadership roles for more than 18 years.

Education: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (B.S.)

Plano Chamber of Commerce

Kristen Lollar

Kristen Lollar, Executive Committee Member

Kristen Lollar has served on the Plano Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors since 2020 and now joins its executive committee. She currently serves as Chief Marketing Officer at Whitley Penn.

Education: Texas Tech University (B.A.)


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