JOANN STORES SUPPORTS: Joann Stores has introduced its first Minority Creative Grant program to support the black craft and sewing community by dedicating $100,000 to help black entrepreneurs and small business owners.
Twenty winners will receive $5,000 each in merchandise credit, as well as special offers, learning opportunities and the chance to be considered for a paid instructor role with Creativebug, Joann’s digital learning platform. Winners also will be featured in marketing and social media channels to raise their visibility and gain additional support for their work.
Submission details can be found at joann.com/ minority-creative-grants/.
People on the Move
NEW GI PHYSICIAN AT TRUMBULL REGIONAL, STEWARD: Dr. Amy Calderon, gastroenterologist, has joined Steward Multispecialty Care, Trumbull, 1353 E. Market St., Suite 301, Warren, and Steward Gastroenterology, Elm Road, 2658 Elm Road NE, Building C, Cortland.
She is board-certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology and has a robust clinical interest in liver disease.
Calderon earned her medical degree from New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in Old Westbury, N.Y., and completed an internal medicine residency at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, where she also served as chief resident. She completed a fellowship in gastroenterology at Metro Health Medical Center in Cleveland.
AKRON CHILDREN’S ADDS PSYCHIATRIST: Dr. Michael Redovian has joined Akron Children’s Hospital as a pediatric psychiatrist in the Lois and John Orr Family Behavioral Health Center.
Redovian received his medical degree from Northeast Ohio Medical University in Rootstown. He also is a graduate of Kent State University with a bachelor’s degree in integrated life science.
Behavioral health specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of emotional or behavioral disorders affecting children, teens and their families. Mental health services include medication management, educational consultation and testing, psychological testing, individual therapy and family counseling.
ASST. VP COMES ON AT FARMERS: Rachel Holzheimer has been hired as assistant vice president, senior relationship manager, Treasury Management, at Canfield-based Farmers National Bank.
In the role, she will be responsible for developing strategies that manage and grow Treasury Management client relationships.
Holzheimer has 13 years of banking experience. She most recently held positions as a branch manager and business banker with a national bank, as well as serving in branch management roles for two regional banks.