Jessica Chamberlain has joined MBI as a workspace consultant.
Hometown: Arlington, Tenn.
Work Experience: Marketing and sales for Chamberlain & McCreery Inc., 2002 to 2010
Family: Husband, Phil; son, Phil, 4; daughter, Emma, 21 months; Avery, black Labrador and Chloe, Yorkshire Terrier.
Favorite quote: “You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face.... You must do the thing you think you cannot do.” – Eleanor Roosevelt
Last book read: “Deception Point” by Dan Brown
Favorite music: A little bit of everything
Favorite movie: “Braveheart”
Vacation spot: Pickwick and Destin, Fla., every summer with our children.
Activities you enjoy outside of work: Spending time with my family and friends and taking my children to exciting and new places.
What talent do you wish you had? I wish I could sing.
Who has had the greatest influence on you? My parents. I learn by their example every day on how to be the best parent and person that I can be.
What attracted you to MBI? While I was growing up, both of my parents were involved in the world of texture, color and creation so how could I not want to work with the same types of things? After spending almost 10 years in the construction industry, I realized what makes me smile – the ingredients of making inspiring environments that help make people work and live better.
What are your goals in your new role at MBI? My main goal is to become knowledgeable and successful at helping companies create inspiring workspaces for their employees.
What do you consider your greatest professional accomplishments? My greatest professional accomplishment was finding an opportunity that challenges and helps me grow every single day.
What do you most enjoy about your work? I am very lucky that every day I get the opportunity to go into a beautiful office space, with people that I thoroughly enjoy working with, to be creative and meet the daily challenges of space planning and interior design. That to me is priceless.
Dr. Andrew H. Crenshaw and Dr. E. Greer Richardson have been elected to the board of trustees of The Campbell Foundation. Crenshaw is an associate professor in the University of Tennessee-Campbell Clinic Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and is actively involved with the supervision of Campbell Clinic residents. Richardson is retired after 33 years on the Campbell Clinic staff.
Three members of Sharp & Robbins Construction LLC have earned the Certified Restorer designation from the Restoration Industry Association. They are Dale Sharp, president; Brent Easterwood, manager of operations for the Nashville office; and Chris Popwell, estimator and project manager for the Memphis office.
Wiseman Ashworth Law Group PLC has been included in U.S. News & World Report’s list of Best Law Firms for 2011-2012.
Max Karimnia has joined Signature Advertising as digital media quality assurance manager. Joe Walz has joined Signature as a workflow assistant. Helen Webb Beaty has joined as a copywriter.
The Federal Bar Association’s Memphis Mid-South Chapter has announced new officers for 2012. They are J. Gregory Grisham, president; Eric E. Hudson, president-elect; Craig A. Cowart, vice president; Mary Hale Morris, treasurer; Earl W. Houston II, secretary; and Michael E. Gabel, immediate past president.
Christian Brothers High School has elected 11 new members to its Hall of Fame. They are Thomas A. Bennett, Paul M. Hanson, Stephen Michael Dwyer, John A. King, William Knight Walsh, Joseph T. Getz, Robert Andrew Crone, Frank J. Gattuso Jr., Robert L. Hutton Sr., Christopher T. Whitman and Terrence Garbuzinski.