On the Move
Blair Bolton joined Theory House, a retail marketing and branding agency, as account coordinator.
Jeffrey Carbone of Cornerstone Financial Partners, Huntersville, was recognized among the Top 1,200 Financial Advisors in America by Barron’s, a leading financial magazine.
Kevin Reardon has joined Northwestern Mutual as a financial representative.
Nadia A. Margherio was named a principal in Sodoma Law, a family-focused law firm that recently added business litigation and appellate practice.
Mike Waddell was promoted to area business development manager for FLXON Inc., which specializes in technological equipment for the printing industry.
Kevin Donaldson joined Anthony & Sylvan Pools as general manager of the company’s Charlotte division.
Eight Essex Richards attorneys were named to the 2015 list of Super Lawyers by Super Lawyers Magazine. Norris Adams was cited for his expertise in employee benefits; Rob Blair and Lauren Lewis, family law; Heather Culp, consumer bankruptcy; John Daniel, business litigation; recently hired Lou Lesesne, employment and labor law; and Woody Connette, also named to the list of Top 25 Charlotte attorneys and Top 100 North Carolina attorneys, for plaintiffs’ personal injury cases. Renee Hughes, who practices employment and labor law, was named to the list of Top 50 N.C. women attorneys.
Amy Broughton, a risk and safety specialist for the Mecklenburg EMS Agency, was elected to the board of directors of the Safety and Health Council of N.C., a statewide, not-for-profit association whose mission is to prevent injuries and fatalities at work, at home and on the road through training and education.
William H. (Bill) Griffin, president and CEO of Griffin Home Health Care Inc., was appointed chair of the Governor’s Advisory Council on Aging. His four-year term on the council began in 2013.
Dr. Mitsuko P. Shannon joins Charlotte-based Thompson, the nonprofit provider of clinical and prevention services for vulnerable children and families, as South Carolina medical director to oversee the agency’s York and Fort Mill psychiatric counseling centers.
Rachel Wheeler joined Lawrence Group’s Carolinas office in Davidson as a planner/urban designer.
Kittie W. Watson, Ph.D., president of Innolect Inc. of Tega Cay, a global leadership and organizational development firm, receives the 2015 Women’s Business Enterprise Star by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council at the group’s annual gala in Baltimore on March 19. It is a gathering of more than 1,500 corporate and government executives.
Chris Monds joined Xcentri, a staffing and office-support company, to recruit candidates and manage client accounts at the Charlotte headquarters.
Kirsten Cavallo joined Bissell as shared services specialist.
Dr. Randy Schisler, medical leader of palliative care at Carolinas HealthCare System’s Carolinas Medical Center-NorthEast, was named an inspirational leader in hospice and palliative medicine under age 40 by the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine.
Carolinas HealthCare System Chief Information Officer Craig Richardville became an American College of Healthcare Executives Fellow and earned board certification. The group is the nation’s leading professional society for health care leaders.