On the Move
Julie Davis joined American HealthTech as vice president, customer relations.
Taryn Dietrich was hired as account coordinator in the services department for Luquire George Andrews, the advertising and public relations agency.
Dorian Gunter joined Harkey Lambeth LLP as a partner. The name of the Charlotte law firm will change to Harkey Lambeth & Gunter, LLP.
Ashley Hodges joined SeedSpark as executive administrative assistant.
Jayne Hunter joined the intellectual property group in Nexsen Pruet’s Charlotte office.
Buddy Keels joined goodmortgage.com as an accounting manager.
Catherine Mitchell joined the real estate practice group as an associate in Smith Moore Leatherwood’s Charlotte office.
George Noonan was hired as tax senior manager in the financial services practice of Elliott Davis, PLLC’s Charlotte office.
Carolyn Reid joined Lawrence Group’s Carolinas office as planner/urban designer.
Kim Stodghill will join Providence Day School as associate director of college guidance in August.
Brett Wallace was named a senior supervising planner in the Charlotte office of Parsons Brinckerhoff, a global infrastructure strategic consulting, planning, engineering and program/construction management organization.
TJ Williams joined Peoples Bank as vice president and business center manager in the bank’s Lincolnton Business Center.
Tonya Brandon, a senior vice president at CBRE Group Inc., has taken a leadership role in the company’s African American Network Group (AANG), joining Eric Yarbro, a senior vice president in CBRE’s Midtown Manhattan office, as a co-chair of AANG, one of the commercial real estate industry’s first affinity groups for African-American professionals.
Damon DiOrio, chief executive officer of Charlotte Country Club, was elected vice president of the Club Managers Association of America.
Clark Walton, of Alexander Ricks PLLC, was honored with the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division’s National Outstanding Young Lawyer Award.
Ed Weeks, a project manager with A M King, tested for and received his LEED AP designation from the U.S. Green Building Council.
‘Basic Accounting with QuickBooks’
Build a solid foundation by learning the fundamental principles of accounting and how they are used in QuickBooks. No accounting knowledge or QuickBooks experience is required. Basic computer skills required. Cost: $89. 6-9 p.m. Today and Wednesday at CPCC Central Campus, 1112 Charlottetowne Ave. Reference: #SBX 7439-02. Details: www.cpcc.edu/einstitute.
‘Budgeting, Forecasting and Cash Flow Projections Seminar’
Boatsman Gillmore Wagner, founding partner Adam Boatsman, will present practical tips on critical items for small-business owners. Free. 5:30-7 p.m. at Packard Place, 222 S. Church St. Register: 704-552-0533; www.boatsmangillmorewagner.com/event/budgeting-forecasting-and-cash-flow-projections/
‘Best Practices When Building Relationships and Networking’
Join the Latin American Chamber of Commerce for a seminar focusing on “Best Practices when Building Relationships and Networking” presented by Terri DeBoo. Free. 6:30-8:30 p.m. at CPCC Central Campus, Hall Building, Suite 215, 1112 Charlottetowne Ave. Register: www.lacccharlotte.com.
‘Move From Customer Satisfaction to Customer Loyalty’
Discover the latest techniques for building customer loyalty and learn what must be included in a customer loyalty strategy. Free. 6:30-8:30 p.m. at CPCC Main Campus, 1112 Charlottetowne Ave. Reference: #SBX 7542, Section 501. Detail: www.cpcc.edu/einstitute.
‘Batter Up: Update on BB&T Ballpark’
Attend the Charlotte Chamber Metro Chapter Luncheon to hear an in-depth update on the BB&T Ballpark, including construction updates, impact on the local economy and what it will mean for local businesses. 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Westin Charlotte, 601 S. College St. Details: www.charlottechamber.com/events.
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