Promotions, hirings, achievers and company news

Here’s a look at the promotions, hiring, movers and newsmakers in the Memphis area business scene:

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Former Memphis City Attorney Freeman B. Foster is joined together Baker Donelson As of counsel in the law firm’s Memphis office as well as a member of the healthcare litigation group. He was previously the city attorney for the city of Memphis. His practice areas include tort and civil rights defense, municipal law and employment law. In 2015, he was recognized as an Attorney for Justice by the Tennessee Supreme Court. Foster is a graduate of the University of Memphis School of Law.


FORVIS Announced leadership development Kim Shelley to the market leader in its Memphis office. As market leader, he will represent the company by being active in the business community and building relationships with local leaders and customers. He was previously head of financial markets for Memphis. With nearly 30 years of experience, Shelly has served the hospitality, commercial products, real estate and retail industries, and her experience focuses on structuring, acquisitions, and state and local taxes, providing tax compliance in both private and public sectors. with an emphasis on doing Captured companies

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Annie Bear Recently appointed Chief of Staff Rhodes CollegeFrom it he graduated with a BA in International Studies in 1984. She was previously director of law development at Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law before joining Rhodes on Sept. 28. Acts as liaison between the President’s internal and external constituencies, and serves on the senior leadership team. She holds a master’s degree in international management from the American Graduate School of International Management and a degree in finance management from Indiana University.

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Petco Management Recently appointed Henry Guy As the new president and chief investment officer. In addition, he is a member of the company’s executive committee and serves on the board of auditors for the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University, the school from which he received his Master of Business Administration.

Nahon, Saharovich and Trotz (NST Law) Announced the hiring of four attorneys to serve clients in its nationwide personal injury law practice. Joining the company are:

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  • R. Benjamin Air, who chairs the Social Security Disability Practice Group. He graduated with honors from the University of Mississippi School of Law and established a practice in his hometown of Liberty, Mississippi. He then moved west to lead an award-winning disability advocacy group for a large personal injury firm in Utah. Seasons specializes in Social Security disability and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) cases representing individuals across the country.
  • Matthew J. Windbreak, an East Tennessee insurance, disability and personal injury attorney, graduated from the University of Tennessee School of Law and served as an administrative adjudicator for the Department of Human Services and as an attorney consultant for the Social Security Administration in Knoxville. does the job He started his personal injury practice to continue to litigate cases in East Tennessee.
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  • James B. “Wayne” Duncan IV, A native of Memphis, Cecil C. of Memphis. Humphreys graduated with honors from the University of Law, where he was admitted to the Order of Barristers for his excellence in oral advocacy. Duncan has worked as an extern for a federal judge and a large corporate litigation group. He served as a law clerk at NST before joining the firm as part of its auto and workers’ compensation practice.
  • Aaron RomanowskiA native of Virginia and Cecil C. of Memphis. Graduated from Humphreys School of Law, where he won the Advanced Moot Court Competition and served as an Associate Justice on the Moot Court Board. He will be part of the firm’s auto and workers’ compensation practice.

Tioga Environmental Consultants Recently expanded its team by hiring two people.

  • Thornton Brooksbank Joined the Natural Resources Corps as a Geologist. In his new role, he conducts Phase I environmental site assessments, conducts wetland and hydrologic determinations, and completes ARAP and NEPA permitting. Thornton is OSHA certified in the 40-hour HAZWOPER, 8-hour Hazardous Waste Supervisor and Environmental Specialist courses. He also holds Level 1 certification in Tennessee Sediment and Erosion Control, is a Tennessee Certified Lead Inspector, and has completed training in RCRA Hazardous Waste and NIOSH 582 Equivalence. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Earth Sciences from the University of Auckland.
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  • Ryan Stringer Now an environmental engineer with the company. Stinger helps complete environmental compliance projects, filing reports and designing solutions to processes that affect the surrounding environment. He is a Class II Wastewater Operator and brings nearly a decade of environmental experience to the company. Stinger holds a master’s degree in environmental engineering from Missouri University of Science and Technology.

Lehman-Roberts and its sister company Memphis rock and stone announced the appointment Pamela Elrod As a sales partner.

As a sales associate, Elrod will be a key member of the sales department, responsible for coordinating and communicating with customers, independent prospects, vendors and prospects. Elrod has experience in dentistry, where she previously served as a dental assistant and later taught dental assistants at Delta Technical College.

Compiled by Daniel Ginsberg

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