Business Ledger

Libby "Zan" Ruby

Winchester Family Health
Libby “Zan” Ruby has joined the Winchester Family Health Center, 1330 Amherst St. The center is expanding gynecology services and will soon offer prenatal care to expecting mothers.

Ruby was awarded a certificate of midwifery from the University of Medicine and Dentistry in Newark, New Jersey. She completed an undergraduate study of humanities program at Lord Fairfax Community College in Middletown and received an associate’s degree in nursing from Northern Virginia Community College in Annandale.

Ruby, who has cared for women in Winchester and the surrounding area for more than 30 years, offers full-scope midwifery care including prenatal, intrapartum and post-partum care. She has extensive experience in well-women care including annual exams, hormone replacement therapy and family planning.

Ruby is on the faculty of Shenandoah University, where she is an adjunct professor in the graduate nurse-midwifery program.

Information: 540-722-2369 or www.winchesterfamilyhealth.com.
Ken Quaglio has been elected to the board of directors of Shenandoah Telecommunications Co. (Shentel).

Quaglio is CEO and president of Siteworx LLC, a digital marketing consultancy that works with businesses to craft and implement digital experiences. His expertise includes strategy, planning and execution, leadership and management, new business development and technology services. He joined that company in 2014.


Civil War Institute
Jonathan A. Noyalas, a 2001 graduate of Shenandoah University, has been named director of the university’s McCormick Civil War Institute.
He completed graduate work in history at Virginia Tech, studying with Civil War historians James I. Robertson Jr. and William C. Davis, and taught for 14 years at Lord Fairfax Community College in Middletown.

In addition to overseeing all aspects of the Institute, Noyalas will conduct research and scholarly work in the field of the Civil War, teach courses in Civil War-era studies at Shenandoah University, mentor individual student research and work and will collaborate with Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences Jeff Coker to develop academic programs in the liberal arts that engage both the campus and broader communities. Noyalas will organize conferences, tours and special events, and develop programs at the university’s River Campus at Cool Spring Battlefield.