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<strong>Karen Treas (from left), Jerry Johnson and Andrea Baird</strong>

Movers & Shakers

Moore Tech College has promoted a key executive and added two more to its leadership team.

Movers & Shakers

Capt. Alonza “Al” Ross has been installed as commanding officer of Naval Support Activity (NSA) Mid-South in Millington, replacing Capt. Michael S. Wathen, who is leaving for a post in Rhode Island.




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    Glankler Brown member Michael P. Coury has been named a fellow of the Tennessee Bar Foundation, an association of 868 attorneys across the state.

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    ServiceMaster by Stratos has promoted Salvador Cervantes to director of janitorial services, a newly created role. Cervantes joined ServiceMaster by Stratos in 2004 as a service partner and worked his way up through the organization’s structure.

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    Sherry Turner is joining Rhodes College as the vice president of strategic initiatives, a newly created role in which she'll help Rhodes implement the goals outlined in its emerging strategic plan.

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    Scott Palmer has joined Youth Villages as chief information officer. In his new role, he is responsible for leading the strategy around the organization’s use of technology.

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    Catholic Charities of West Tennessee will present Marcallina James its inaugural Person of the Year award Thursday, Jan. 10. The award, presented in collaboration with Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland’s office, celebrates the success of a CCWTN client who has moved beyond self-sufficiency to give back to the community through professional or volunteer efforts.

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    Memphis-based architecture firm Looney Ricks Kiss has named three new principals, including two in its Memphis office. LRK’s 115-member staff is now led by 15 principals.

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    W. Anthony “Tony” Neal has joined LeMoyne-Owen College as vice president for institutional advancement. In that role, he will be chief fundraiser for the 156-year-old Memphis college.


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