On the Move
Dr. Matthew Allison, a radiologist, joined Stanly Regional Medical Center.
David Bodel joined Carolinas HealthCare System as vice president of strategic facilities planning.
Rubie Britt-Height joined The Mint Museum as director of community relations.
Trevor Byrd was promoted to director of research for Morehead Associates. Carole Griffin was promoted to director of its specialists group. Scott Mondore was promoted to president of its east region.
Jon Cain was promoted to art director at Luquire George Andrews. Andrea Dahm was promoted to designer. Brooks Luquire joined as senior account executive. Kristi Sweeny was promoted to account supervisor.
Richard Castanon was named store manager for the university-area IKEA store set to open in the spring.
Dawn Floyd joined the Charlotte office of Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick as an associate.
Michelle Mierswa joined Ocean World Lines as the North Carolina and South Carolina account executive.
Sudie Nallo was named director of service scholar programs at Pfeiffer University. Marisa Wheeling was named interim executive director of the Francis Center for Servant Leadership.
David Reeves was named president at JAARS Inc.
Alison Royal-Combs was named branch manager for the Huntersville office of Allen Tate Company.
Doug Stiglmeier joined Harper Machinery Corp. as president.
Amber Tracewell joined the Matthews Health Clinic as executive director.
Sharon Allen, Rhonda Atwell, Tina Deatherage-Cronin, Jeanne Dover, Sonya Helms, Colleen Hole, Denise Howard, Phyllis Kombol, Joy Nagy, Laura Odell, Tina Ralyea, Janet Smith and Anjanette Vickers of Carolinas Medical Center were listed among the top 100 nurses in North Carolina for 2008 from The Great 100 Inc.
ATI-Allvac, Carolinas HealthCare System, Charlotte Pipe and Foundry, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Ingersoll Rand, S&D Coffee and Universal Fiber received the Community Care Cup from the United Way of Central Carolinas.
Abigail Beck, Dianne Chapman, Jerry Fletcher, Gayle Hartley, Rosalind Jones, John Knights, Carol Meadows, Sandy Miller, Juan Carlos Munoz, Theresa Ott, Champa Patel, Sarah Samples, Matthew Stanford and Susa Willcox graduated from Allen Tate's Winner's Edge Training.
Brandon Boyd and Kim Walton of Helen Adams Realty were awarded the Certified Residential Specialist Designation by the Council of Residential Specialists.
Cary Printing won the gold award for the best environmentally produced product for a commercial printer in its category at American Printer Magazine's Environmental Excellence Awards.
CHA Today, a monthly television program produced by the Charlotte Housing Authority and the City of Charlotte, won a Telly Award for its “Going Green in Affordable Housing” episode.
Robert Fish, president of Bankston Partners and CFO of Integra Staffing & Search, was named chair of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Workforce Development Board and Executive Committee.
Lois Ingland, director of corporate community relations for Carolinas HealthCare System, received the 2007 Employee Campaign Coordinator award from the United Way of Central Carolinas.
The Matthews Health Clinic announced its board of directors for 2008-09. They are: Jerry McGuire, board chairman; Jeff Sherman, vice chairman/treasurer; Teresa Starr, secretary; Dr. Lou Ann McAdams, medical director; Mark Bryant, Mark Burdette, Jimmy Greene, Dr. Steve McAdams and Amy Vance, board members.
Theresa McDonald was awarded Allen Tate Company's Master's Designation.
Henry V, an event marketing agency, opened a second office in Charlotte.
Charlotte-based Hendrick Construction was selected to build the Carolina Cobra, the newest thrill ride at Carowinds.
Exopack Advanced Coatings has relocated its operations to Matthews.
PCL Construction Services Inc., a general contractor, construction manager and design builder, is opening a new office in Charlotte.
Jig-A-Loo has opened its first U.S. headquarters at 206 Cooper St., in Statesville.
“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 Outlook Level 1, Adobe Acrobat 8.0 Standard, Microsoft Publisher Level 1 and Microsoft Excel Level 1 2007. Each course is $155. Registration required.
“Direct Marketing 2.0”
Details: 704-525-9415 or www.charlottedma.com.
The Charlotte Direct Marketing Association will have a lunch presentation, noon- 1:30 p.m. at the Hilton Charlotte Center City, 222 E. 3rd St. Ron Jacobs is the featured speaker. $25 for members, $35 for nonmembers.
“Portfolio Hedging and Risk Management in the Current Environment”
Details, registration: 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. Eric Freedman, managing director of research for CAPTRUST, is the featured speaker. He will discuss tactics to help mitigate portfolio losses and hedge risk in the current market environment. Free for members, $40 for nonmembers.
“Strategies for Change”
The Competitive Workforce Alliance offers a management seminar that teaches strategies to create a change-capable workforce, 8 a.m.-12 p.m., at CPCC Harris Campus, Building 1. Registration required. Free.
“Managing Investments for Distributions”
Details: 704-622-4621 or www.aaii.com/localchapters.
The Charlotte Chapter of the American Association of Individual Investors will meet, 9:30 a.m. - noon, at Myers Park United Methodist Church, 1501 Queens Road. Larry Carroll, president of Carroll Financial Associates, is the featured speaker. $7 for members, $10 for nonmembers, free for first time visitors.