VOL. 117 | NO. 75 | Wednesday, April 16, 2003
Dr. Rosie Phillips Bingham
Dr. Rosie Phillips Bingham was promoted to vice
president for student affairs at the University of Memphis. The Memphis native
will assume the role May 1. She has been U of M assistant vice president for
student affairs and student development since 1993. She earned a bachelors
degree from Elmhurst College, and masters and doctoral degrees from Ohio State
Robert E. Palmer recently won the Tennessee Society
of Certified Public Accountants Educational and Memorial Foundation 2003
Discussion Leader Award. Palmer is a consultant with Data Guidance Group Inc.
The awards honor TSCPA members who served as teachers in the societys
continuing professional education program. The award will be presented at
TSCPAs 73rd annual Convention and Educational Conference in Chattanooga,
Tenn., July 17.
Dwain Thomas joined Buchart-Horn Inc. as construction
services manager for the Southern region. He is responsible for managing
construction projects and associated services, such as estimating, scheduling
and construction observation, as well as supervising coordinating with clients
and staff. He earned a bachelors degree from South Dakota State University.
William Andrew Pinkley joined Buchart-Horns Memphis
team as a project manager and project engineer for civil and transportation
engineering projects. He earned a bachelors degree from the University of
Tennessee and a masters degree from the University of Memphis.
Ronald W. Brown joined Buchart-Horn Inc. as manager
of architectural services for the Southern region. Brown has more than 20 years
experience in all phases of architectural design, planning and project
management. He earned two bachelors degrees from the University of Arkansas.
Alice Faye Duncan Thompson, local author and
librarian at Middle College High School, was chosen as the Memphis Area
Librarys Councils Librarian of the Year. Middle College High is on the
Southwest Tennessee Community College Union Avenue campus. Thompson has served
as librarian for both Southwest and Middle College for four years. She earned a
bachelors degree from the University of Memphis and a masters degree from the
University of Tennessee.
Zelphia Brown was appointed dean for Strayer
Universitys Memphis campus. Brown earned a bachelors degree from the
University of Memphis and a master of business administration from Arkansas
State University. Prior to joining Strayer, she was associate professor of
management at Dowling College in Memphis.
Mark Hardee was appointed pre-press manager at
Paulsen Printing Co. Prior to joining the firm, he was a partner with Seamless
Graphics. He started his career at J.W. Moore Printing.
Trent Thurman was appointed marketing director at
Weston Cos. He earned a bachelors degree from the University of Tennessee and
a master of business administration from the University of Texas. Prior to
joining Weston, he was a project manager for Panattoni Development Co.
J. Keith Kennedy, former senior public policy adviser
and co-chairman of the Baker, Donelson, Bearman & Caldwell public policy
group, has returned to public service as the Deputy Sergeant at Arms of the
U.S. Senate, a position to which he was appointed by Senate Majority Leader
Bill Frist, R-Tenn. Prior to joining Baker Donelson, Kennedy served for 24
years in the Senate, most of that time as staff director of the Senate
Appropriations Committee with Sen. Mark Hatfield.