people on the move Orlando Sentinel (Florida), September 25, 2017 Monday, CENTRAL FLORIDA BUSINESS; D; Pg. 4, (169 words)

people on the move Orlando Sentinel (Florida), September 25, 2017 Monday, CENTRAL FLORIDA BUSINESS; D; Pg. 4, (169 words)

Orlando Sentinel (Florida)

September 25, 2017 Monday
ROP Edition

people on the move


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Boards of directors

Dawn I. Giebler-Millner, a shareholder in the Orlando office of Greenberg Traurig LLP, was elected chair of Special Olympics Florida’s board of directors.


John Bowden was promoted to senior vice president, directly managing operations in both Tampa and Orlando offices at Moss.


Candice Telfer was hired as chief financial officer at ITEC Entertainment Corp., Orlando.


Dr. Yaritza Arriaga-O’Neill was promoted to emergency medicine medical director at Poinciana Medical Center.

Real estate

Rebecca Van Reken was hired as managing director of the Orlando office of Holliday Fenoglio Fowler L.P.

Carolyn Stanley was hired as vice president of real estate operations at V 3 Capital Group LLC, Winter Park.

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ORLANDO, Fla. (Sept. 18, 2017)

ITEC Entertainment Corporation, an industry leader of worldwide entertainment solutions,

announces that Candice Telfer has joined the company as Chief Financial Officer, responsible for the financial health of the organization and overseeing functions that improve business performance. In this role, she will lead the areas of budget management, cost-benefit analysis, business forecasting, accounts payable and receivables, human resources, asset management and resource planning.
Strong cash management and sound internal controls will help secure the financial future of ITEC Entertainment as the company analyzes new models and processes to achieve added growth.
“Adding Candice’s expertise to our leadership team further hones our readiness to capture new opportunities as we scale for growth,” said Bill Coan, President of ITEC Entertainment. “Her knowledge and perspectives will help improve business unit performance and foster a financial approach throughout the organization.”
Candice brings more than a decade of financial and human resource expertise to ITEC Entertainment, having served in leadership roles at tech firms on high growth trajectories. She previously served as Vice President of Finance for PowerDMS, an Inc. 5000 fastest growing privately held U.S. company that experienced 116 percent growth in revenue over the past several years. Prior to her role at PowerDMS, Candice was Controller for Empower Software Solutions, a provider of human capital management solutions that was later acquired by Kronos – a global leader of workforce management cloud solutions.
Candice has a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Colorado Boulder. Candice Telfer’s LinkedIn profile is available at