Business People: 3M names finance executive for its Health Care group

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Wayde McMillan

3M Co., Maplewood, announced Wayde McMillan as chief financial officer for the company’s Health Care Business Group, effective Nov. 1. McMillan joins 3M from Insulet, where he was executive vice president, CFO and treasurer.


Collective Measures, a Minneapolis-based ad agency, announced the hires of Matt Larson as vice president of Media and Connection Strategy, and Lindsay Early as vice president of Client Services. Larson previously was with Haworth Marketing + Media; Early most recently worked at Optum.


Milk Specialties Global, an Eden Prairie-based processor of raw dairy products into ingredients for the food industry, announced that Vincent Macciocchi has joined the board of directors. Macciocchi currently serves as senior vice president at ADM and president of its Nutrition business.


U.S. Bank, Minneapolis, announced it has named Ariel Meyerstein to lead its Environmental, Social and Governance program office. Meyerstein previously held similar executive roles at Citigroup.


St. Paul educational organization Planting People Growing Justice announced that Goldman Sachs has named its founder, Artika Tyner, to the One Million Black Women cohort, which commits $10 billion in direct investment capital and $100 million in philanthropic support to address gender and racial biases; others in the Twin Cities named to the cohort include Calandra Revering, Revering Law Offices; Tasha Harris, Kobi Co., and Tatiana Freeman, Nosh Posh. … The University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business, Minneapolis, announced the following inductees into the Minnesota Real Estate Hall of Fame: Eva Stevens, United Properties (retired); Gary Kirt, Bell Mortgage (retired), and Ray Harris, Ray H. Harris Co. 


Fredrikson, Minneapolis, announced that attorney Emani Y. Marshall-Loving has joined as an associate in the Litigation Group and that attorney Shantal Pai has joined in its Energy Litigation, Energy Regulation & Permitting and Litigation groups. … Moss & Barnett, Minneapolis, announced that bankruptcy attorney Matthew R. Burton has joined the firm as a
shareholder in its Litigation and Business Law practice areas. … Nilan Johnson Lewis, Minneapolis, announced Alicia Reuter has joined the firm’s Health Care practice. … Shumaker, a national law firm, announced the selection of Amy L. Court as office managing partner for its newly opened office in Bloomington. … Maslon, Minneapolis, announced the addition of attorneys Emilio Giuliani III, who joins the Litigation Group, and Laura Trahms-Hagen, Corporate & Securities Group.


Alexandria Industries, an Alexandria, Minn.-based provider of metal-fabricated parts and services for industry, announced that Tom Welle has been appointed director of engineering. …  Protolabs, a Maple Plain-based online and technology-enabled manufacturer for businesses, announced Agnes Semington as global chief human resources officer; Semington previously held a similar post at The Imagine Group.


Medtronic, a diversified developer of electronic and chemical medical devices and treatments, announced that Paolo Di Vincenzo joined the company as president of the Neuromodulation business, effective Oct. 30. Di Vincenzo previously was an executive at Smith+Nephew. Medtronic is based in Ireland with executive offices in Fridley.


Mni Sota Fund, a Minneapolis-based federally funded certified community development financial institution serving urban Native American communities, announced the additions of Director of Lending Kevin Harris and Loan Officer Jaime Brown.


MBOLD, an industry coalition focused on solutions to global food and agriculture challenges, announced that Dimitrios Smyrnios, CEO of Marshall, Minn.-based grocery chain Schwan’s Co., has been named chairman. Smyrnios succeeds Jeff Harmening, chairman and CEO of General Mills, Golden Valley, who has chaired the coalition since 2018. MBOLD is an initiative of the GREATER MSP Partnership.


Otter Tail Corp., a Fergus Falls, Minn.-based diversified electricity provider and manufacturer, announced the planned retirement of Kevin Moug on Dec. 31. Todd Wahlund will succeed Moug as vice president and chief financial officer; Wahlund previously was chief financial officer and vice president, finance, at Otter Tail Power Co., the corporation’s electric utility.

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