VOL. 117 | NO. 95 | Wednesday, May 14, 2003
Cynthia Ham was selected for the American Association of Advertising
Agencies client public relations committee
Cynthia Ham was selected for the American Association
of Advertising Agencies client public relations committee. Ham was among 14
marketing professionals selected nationwide for the committee, formed to help
advertising agencies better understand how to integrate the role of public
relations in an agency environment.
Becky Hensley joined Archer-Malmo as an account
coordinator. Hensley will support the advertising account
services team, working with clients such as Kraft Food Ingredients, FedEx Aviation Services and ThyssenKrupp Elevator.
She previously worked at Thompson & Co. as traffic manager.
Jeff Perky was promoted to account manager with The
ServiceMaster Company. He will serve as an account manager for direct
marketing work with ServiceMaster Clean, Furniture Medic and Merry Maids.
promoted to director of associate development at Fogelman Management Group. In
this position, Woods will direct all national training programs and lead the
companys internal customer service initiative. Woods joined Fogelman in 2000
and previously served as regional vice president.
joined Fogelman Management Group as regional vice president of the Mid-South
region. Raffanti has more than 17 years experience in multifamily property
operations and most recently was senior vice president at LEDIC Management
M. Chesney joined Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs as an associate. She
earned a bachelors degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a law degree
from the University of Memphis. Chesney concentrates her practice in the area
of commercial litigation.
Methodist Alliance Hospice medical director, was certified by the American
Board of Hospice and Palliative Medicine.
L. Powell Jr. joined environmental engineering firm E. Roberts Alley
& Associates as a senior project engineer in the Horn Lake, Miss., office.
He earned a bachelors degree from Christian Brothers University. Prior to
joining the firm, he was operations manager/senior project engineer for Applied
Earth Sciences Inc.
promoted to president of Digital Interactive Entertainment. He previously
served as vice president of the company. He earned a bachelors degree from the
University of Northern Iowa.
Scott Vincent joined the law firm Husch & Eppenberger as an associate
in the general business litigation practice group. He earned a bachelors
degree from the University of Kentucky and a law degree from the University of
Memphis. Vincent concentrates his practice in the areas of Employee Retirement
Income Security Act, or ERISA, litigation; disability, health and life
insurance defense; and medical malpractice defense.
Emile C. Tiny Ott, M. Curtiss McKee, Jerrald L. Shivers
and Bethany Brantley Johnson joined Memphis-based law firm Lewis Fisher
Henderson Claxton & Mulroy. The four attorneys will work out of the firms
Jackson, Miss., office.
With these additions, Lewis Fisher becomes the largest labor
and employment boutique law firm in Mississippi. The firm, which also has
offices in Los Angeles and Tampa, has a total of 10 Mississippi-licensed
lawyers practicing in Mississippi.
Ott, McKee and Shivers bring a combined 110 years of
experience to the firm, having been partners with Jackson law firm Fuselier,
Ott, McKee & Shivers, one of the original Mississippi labor and employment
Shivers earned bachelors and law degrees from the
University of Mississippi. He concentrates his practice in labor and
Ott earned bachelors and LL.B. degrees from the University
of Mississippi. His practice areas are labor and employment.
McKee earned bachelors and LL.B. degrees from the
University of Mississippi. His practice areas are labor and employment.
Both Ott and McKee have been honored as Best Lawyers in
America. Each also is a fellow in the College of Labor and Employer Lawyers.
Johnson earned a bachelors degree from Mississippi State
University and a law degree from Mississippi College School of Law. She devotes
a significant part of her practice to rendering advice to employers on current