Law firm Gullett Sanford Robinson & Martin has added associate Thomas McFarland to its ranks. McFarland will practice in the firm’s litigation group, which houses 19 of the firm’s more than 30 attorneys. H previously was a judicial clerk for Davidson County 6th Circuit Court Thomas Brothers. He earned his law degree from Vanderbilt University Law School last year.
Nonprofit behavioral health care provider Centerstone has named Col. Kent Crossley as executive director of Military Services.
Crossley, a U.S. Army veteran, will be based in Nashville and oversee programming, operations and fundraising activities related to military and veteran services.
"We are delighted to welcome Kent as executive director of Centerstone Military Services," David Guth Jr., Centerstone CEO, said in a release. "His insight and leadership will be invaluable as Centerstone seeks to expand how we support veterans, service members and their loved ones. Our team looks forward to working with him to continue to build the services we provide the military and veteran communities."
The management advisory arm of regional law firm Butler Snow has added to its ranks Mike Harris, the veteran real estate executive who retired last month as COO of Highwoods Properties. Harris has since movd back to Memphis from North Carolina and is a principal at Butler Snow Advisory Services, which also has a presence in Nashville.
"Mike will bring broad and valuable experience to Butler Snow Advisory Services, and will spearhead our continued growth in the Memphis and Mid-South markets," said Matt Thornton, president and chief executive officer of BSA. "Mike played a significant role in the highly regarded senior leadership team at Highwoods, and we are thrilled to provide his strategic and transactional expertise and knowledge to our team, and our clients."
Vanderbilt Business Services has promoted Sean Carroll to director of printing services.
Carroll, who has more than 15 years of experience in the graphic communications industry, began his Vanderbilt career as assistant director of printing services in 2011.
Carroll is a graduate of the University of Tennessee.
“Sean’s wealth of industry knowledge, high standard for customer service and strategic vision have already had a tremendous impact, and I am confident that his leadership will result in outstanding service to Vanderbilt from a best-in-class operation,” Assistant Vice Chancellor for Business Services Laura Nairon said in a release.
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