VOL. 123 | NO. 60 | Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Stallworth Named Board President At Association of Fundraising Professionals
George Nassar Jr.
J. Gregory Grisham
Sally F. Pace
Virginia Stallworth is the new president of the board of directors for the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Stallworth has served on the board since 2005. She is the associate director at the Memphis Child Advocacy Center, where she has worked for nine years. Stallworth also serves on the board of directors for the Memphis Area Women's Council.
Michael Vinson, Christopher Wilson, Ryan Montgomery, Philip LaMoreaux III and Michele Redick all have joined Strategic Financial Partners as financial services representatives.
Crye-Leike Realtors associate James McIngvale has been accepted into the inaugural class of the Northwest Mississippi Association of Realtors Leadership Team. McIngvale is a licensed associate in Mississippi and Tennessee assisting both buyers and sellers in and around Shelby and DeSoto counties. He is a Residential Real Estate Specialist focusing on new home construction and investment purposes.
Consulting Services Group has hired Adam Kimball as a senior analyst. Kimball will be responsible for asset class coverage and will manage research of hedge funds. He also will assist clients with portfolio construction, risk monitoring and performance measurement. Previously, he was the director of hedge fund manager research for RogersCasey.
Sally F. Pace has been hired as director of MemphisConnect for The Leadership Academy. Pace formerly was the vice president and director of marketing with FTN Financial, a division of First Horizon National Corp. She is on the board of Junior League of Memphis, Girls Inc., Young Adult Le Bonheur Leaders and the Alliance for Nonprofit Excellence.
J. Gregory Grisham has joined the firm of Leitner, Williams, Dooley & Napolitan PLLC. Grisham graduated with honors from the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law at the University of Memphis in 1989. He practices in the areas of discrimination defense, harassment and retaliation claims, wrongful discharge and whistleblower claims.
Dickerson L.S. Wells has been named Memphis pastor of the Church of God in Christ. Currently, Wells serves as the pastor of Bethel Church of God in Christ in Memphis. Formerly, he was the superintendent of National Properties for COGIC and a former educator for Memphis City Schools.
Cathy Beaty, an educational support person for Avon Lenox School, has been selected for the National Education Association's inaugural "Leaders of Tomorrow" program. Beaty is one of 20 teachers selected nationwide to participate in the new program.
The Memphis Symphony Orchestra has hired three staff members for marketing and development. Keva Duckett, marketing manager, previously worked as a sales and marketing consultant with Clear Channel Radio for three years. Marti Laslavic, development director, previously worked for the symphony as an associate development director. Angela Davis is the new marketing assistant. Davis graduated from the University of North Alabama in 2006.
Phillip Aeschliman has been promoted to publication manager at Signature Advertising & Marketing Solutions. Aeschliman joined Signature as its traffic manager. Previously, he worked for DocuMart in graphic design and pre-press management. Also, Ashley Thornton has been promoted to traffic manager at Signature Advertising & Marketing Solutions. Thornton joined the agency as an administrative coordinator. She holds a degree in business administration from the University of Memphis.
Glankler Brown PLLC has announced the 2008 members of the management committee and the 2008 firm practice group chairs. The firm's management committee includes George Nassar Jr., Paul Lawler, Steve McCleskey, Lynn Gardner, Oscar C. Carr III and Kevin C. Cox. Carr will serve as chair of the Litigation Practice Group, Douglas P. Quay will serve as chair of the Business Practice Group and Hunter Humphreys will serve as chair of the Real Estate Practice Group.
Crissie Parker has joined Magna Bank as vice president and branch manager at the Quail Hollow branch. Parker has eight years of experience in bank management. Also, Carla Broom has joined Magna Bank as an assistant branch manager. Broom has more than 10 years of banking and business management experience.
Unity Hospice Care has made staff promotions and additions. Bob Fournier has joined Unity as vice president of pastoral care; Kym Dunham is the new human resources director; Sherry Whitaker, former vice president of human resources, has been promoted to VP of business administration; Becky Seals has been named vice president of clinical operations; and David Ponder has joined Unity as accounting director.