In Good Company
Floyd Jaster Jr., of Victoria, was recently promoted to juvenile probation officer supervisor at the Victoria County Juvenile Probation Department. He is involved in numerous state organizations such as the Texas Probation Association and the Juvenile Justice Association of Texas, where he sat on the board of directors from 2002-05, and the Texas Institute on Children and Youth, where he currently sits on the board of directors.
Lynette Acuna, of Victoria, was recently promoted to facility administrator at the Victoria County Juvenile Detention Center. She holds state certification through the Texas Juvenile Justice Department as a juvenile probation and juvenile supervision officer.
Rocky Rohde has attained his securities and insurance licenses and has been appointed as a financial adviser with Ameriprise. He and his wife, Michele, partnered to form Rohde Financial Group, a financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services Inc.
Two Victoria College program directors co-presented at the 2014 annual conference of the Texas Administrators of Continuing Education from April 22 through 24 at the Omni Southpark Hotel in Austin. Sherri Pall, workforce and continuing education director, and Tiffany Johnson, adult education director, spoke on "VAST: Vocational Advancement in South Texas." This and other presentations were offered to more than 200 attendees.
Jenny Gutierres joined the Regency Post-Acute Healthcare System team as a recruiting coordinator in the recruiting department. Gutierres has seven years of staffing and recruiting experience in the oil and gas industry.
Valerie Palmer has been hired by K&L Consulting Services to work as a registered dietitian consultant. Palmer graduated from the University of Houston and majored in nutrition.
Diocelina Mann recently started with Regency Post-Acute Healthcare System in the accounting department. Mann is a graduate from the University of Houston with a degree in finance.
Paul Taylor recently joined the K&L Consulting family as an administrative assistant to the vice president. Taylor came to Victoria from Washington, D.C., where he worked for a 400-attorney law firm on mergers and acquisitions, Title VII, real estate development and bankruptcy.