VOL. 119 | NO. 32 | Wednesday, February 16, 2005
YMCA Appoints Senior Vice President for Development
Senior Development Officer
was promoted to senior vice president for development and community relations
for YMCA of Memphis and the Mid-South. Trammel joined the YMCA five years ago
as executive director of urban programming. She earned a bachelors degree from
the University of Memphis.
Hamlett joined Baker, Donelson, Berman, Caldwell & Berkowitz PC as an
associate. Hamlett earned masters and law degrees from the University of
Services promoted Emily Cooper to affiliate broker. Cooper, a graduate
of Crichton College, previously worked with Makowsky Ringel Greenberg LLC.
The University of
Tennessee Health Science Center College of Nursing appointed the following new
faculty and staff members: Gale Allen, director of learning laboratories
and assessment; Patricia A. Cowan, director of the undergraduate nursing
program; Ron Patterson, assistant director of student affairs; Wendy
Likes, assistant professor; Christi Shelton, assistant director of
academic affairs; Ernestine B. Small, associate professor, RN-BSN
coordinator and community liaison; and Carolyn Driscoll, assistant
Dr. Susan N.
Ishikawa joined Campbell Clinic as an orthopedic surgeon. Ishikawa
previously served as chief of the foot and ankle service at Tripler Army
Medical Center in Honolulu. She is a graduate of Harvard University and Jefferson
attorney T. Gaillard Gil Uhlhorn V was named a Top 30 Under 30
emerging leader by Business Tennessee magazine. Uhlhorn earned a bachelors
degree from Washington and Lee University and a law degree from the University
Ostheimer, director of health care for Wesley Housing Corp. of Memphis, was
elected to the Tennessee Health Care Associations board of directors for 2005.
J. Scott Neal
was appointed president of the Mid-South Compensation Association for 2005. Neal
is corporate director of compensation and benefits design for Methodist
Nowakowski, food and beverage director for Holiday Inn-University of
Memphis and the Fogelman Executive Center, was named manager of the year at the
Metropolitan Memphis Hotel & Lodging Associations Stars of the Industry
Dr. Dennis R.
Schaberg was elected a regent of the American College of Physicians.
Schaberg is the Gene Stollerman endowed professor in internal medicine and
chairman of the Department of Medicine at the University of Tennessee Health
executive director of The Kings Daughters & Sons Home, was elected to the
Tennessee Health Care Associations board of directors for 2005.
joined Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz PC as an associate. Campbell
earned a law degree from the University of Memphis.
Health Center Inc. announced the following staff additions and achievements: Brena
Williams was named chief administrative officer; Dr. Sheryl Jones
passed a board certification examination in child and adolescent psychiatry;
and Aubrey J. Howard was elected secretary of the Tennessee Association
of Mental Health Organizations board of directors and joined the groups
of Armstrong Relocation received United Van Lines Civilian Federal Agency
Salesperson of the Quarter award for fourth quarter 2004.
joined the sales force of Crye-Leike, Realtors. Rainey, a certified residential
specialist, has more than 24 years of real estate experience.