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Pam “PJ” Jacquemain will return to the position of marketing and sales manager for Long Companies’ Core Services division. Jacquemain is a former marketing manager and recruiting director for Long. Jacquemain will help develop and grow the companies’ mortgage, title and home insurance services.

Three people will receive the 2009 Hero in Women’s Mental Health award during the eighth annual Women’s Mental Health Symposium at the University of Arizona on Saturday.

The winners are Annette Church, director of adult clinical operations, West Yavapai Guidance Clinic in Prescott; Catherine “Kit” Laughlin, psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner at the Southern Arizona Mental Health Corp. and adjunct clinical assistant professor in the UA College of Nursing; and Dr. Marco Saucedo, an obstetrician and gynecologist in the Women’s Health and Surgery Center in Nogales.

The award will be presented to the three for their positive impact on women’s mental health, including advocacy, patient care, public policy and leadership.

The A List gives props to the Tucson business community’s movers and shakers. Send information to alist@tucsoncitizen.com.


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