On the Move
Scott Anderson was named south division manager at MACTEC Engineering and Consulting, Inc.
Clay Andrews joined The Charlotte Regional Partnership as vice president of investor relations.
Sherry Bolser joined the West Stanly Office of Bank of Stanly as an assistant vice president and relationship manager.
James Bullock was named vice president for university advancement at Queens University of Charlotte.
Demetria Canty joined Crystal Health Care as office manager.
David Chapman was promoted to director of the Process Excellence practice at Exervio Management Consulting.
Dr. Christian Clark joined the Morehead office of OrthoCarolina as a pediatric orthopedic specialist. Dr. Dana Piasecki joined as a sports medicine specialist.
Mary Ellen Goldstein was named director of institutional research and assessment at Pfeiffer University.
Mark Groves was promoted to customer contact center manager at Allstate Customer and Enterprise Services.
Sarah Hampton was promoted to disability income specialist and brokerage department manager at Consolidated Planning. David Hudson joined as a financial representative.
Jason Jarrell was promoted to senior associate at Automotive Consignment.
Michael Lawing joined Illuminations Contract Lighting as a sales representative for the Charlotte metro area.
Rachel Lentz joined Senior Living Communities as a recruiter.
Winn Maddrey joined Topics Education as executive vice president.
Barbara Proctor joined Rich Campe International, LLC as chief operating officer and vice president of the corporate division.
Barnhardt Day & Hines received seven BMA Pro-Ad awards from the Charlotte chapter of the Business and Marketing Association.
Dr. Mohammad Bolouri joined the board of directors of the Western Carolina chapter of The Alzheimer's Association.
Carolinas HealthCare System received the “Innovative Use or Deployment of Technology Award” from the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce for the PASS Biometric Patient Identification System.
Eye Dialogue Lighting & Sound, a Charlotte-based company, received a Hometown Hero award for the southeast region by Projection, Lights & Staging News.
Hendrick Construction, Inc. received the Building STAR award for safety from the North Carolina Department of Labor.
Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP received the 2008 Innovation in Diversity Award from The Charlotte Chamber of Commerce.
Tyler 2 Construction received a 2008 Nine Who Care Award from WSOC-TV and its Family Focus Partners.
Mejia Interior Design was hired by GF Management to renovate the Hilton Inn University Place and the Holiday Inn Charlotte Center City.
Allstate Insurance has opened a new office at 10210 Berkeley Place Drive, Suite 220.
Topics Education was hired by Citi to expand reach of its financial education program.
Vizhun Marketing is now located at 8809 Lenox Pointe Drive, Suite E.
Recreational Equipment, Inc. has opened a new store in Northlake Mall.
SEPT. 29 – OCT. 3
“Keep Your Computer Skills Current”
Details, registration: 704-522-8011 or www.employersassoc.com.
The Employers Association offers one-day computer training courses 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at The Employers Association Conference Center, 3020 W. Arrowood Road. Courses offered are: Microsoft Excel Level 1 2007, Microsoft Excel Formulas & Functions 1, Microsoft PowerPoint Level 1 2007, Microsoft Visio Standard Level 1, Microsoft Excel Power User, Microsoft PowerPoint Level 2 2007 and Microsoft Access Level 1. Each course is $155. Registration required.
CFA North Carolina Society meeting
Details: 919-676-3577 or www.cfanorthcarolina.org.
CFA North Carolina Society meets noon-1:15 p.m. at LaVecchia's Seafood Grille, 225 E. Sixth St.
Dr. Helmet Henschel, behavioral finance expert and author of “Investing is all in the Mind,” is the featured speaker. He will discuss the neuroscience of investment behavior. Free for members, $40 for nonmembers.
SEPT. 30-OCT. 1
“Process Mapping & Analysis”
Details, registration: 704-687-8900 or www.continuinged.uncc.edu.
Continuing Education at UNC Charlotte offers the seminar 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the UNC Charlotte Uptown Center, 220 N. Tryon St. $995.