VOL. 112 | NO. 182 | Wednesday, October 7, 1998
Jim Holt has been named executive director of the Memphis in May International Festival
Jim Holt has been named executive director of the Memphis in May International Festival. Holt, who has 18 years of event booking, marketing, production and major event experience, formerly worked for Mike Atkins Management in Nashville.
James Street has been appointed chief financial officer for the Center City Commission. He most recently worked as financial director for Shelby State Community College. He has a bachelors degree from Gettysburg College and a masters degree from the University of Wisconsin.
Francisco Javier Guerrero has joined Thompson & Price Dialogue Marketing as a marketing analyst. He previously was a marketing analyst for Harrahs Entertainment. He is a graduate of Christian Brothers University.
Linda Lott has joined Thompson & Price Dialogue Marketing as director of client services. Lott previously was employed by Fusion Marketing.
Linda Reid has been named business development manager of the Memphis Depot Redevelopment Agency. Reid formerly worked with Memphis Light, Gas and Water Divisions economic development department.
Kevin Roehl has been named executive director of the Mason YMCA. He formerly served as associate executive director of the Davis YMCA. He is a graduate of Western Illinois University.
Tommy L. Barlow has joined Wilson & Turner Inc. Barlow previously worked with the security department at Federal Express.
Richard Glassman, senior partner of Glassman, Jeter, Edwards & Wade P.C., was honored by Schneider National with its Partner Award in recognition of his representation of the company.
Jim Latos has been named acting director of hockey operations for the RiverKings. Latos previously served as assistant coach for the Wichita Thunder.
Glen Thornborough has been named assistant coach for the RiverKings.
John G. Smith has been named director of admissions and new student recruitment for Crichton College. He previously served as the colleges assistant director of admissions and recruitment and director of community relations. He has a bachelors degree from Crichton.
Renee Bedwell of Thompson Dunavant PLC has been elected president of the Institute of Management Accountants. Other officers include Brad Hamilton of Staff Line Inc., president elect and vice president of administration; Nell Newcomb of Corporate Security Inc., secretary; Beth Stacy of SouthTrust Bank, treasurer; Mary Beth Cooper of Solutions for Accounting Software, vice president of communications and community relations; George Polk of Johnson Bryce, vice president of professional education; and Marla Ripperton of Olsten Professional Accounting Services, vice president of membership and marketing.
The International Association of Administrative Professionals has announced its 1998-1999 executive advisory board: Dave Barnwell, managing director, custom service technology systems, Federal Express Corp.; Carol Cobb McCormack, managing director, Helix Consulting Partners Alliance/Summerfield Associates Inc.; Jack Quinlan, vice president, Manpower Technical Services Inc.; and Sandy Saylors, division director, OfficeTeam.