On the move: 20 June 2011

The City Paper names associate publisher, Fleet One adds VP, a regional relationship manager for Pathway, and more... [From our print edition featured in this week’s City Paper]

City Paper gets associate publisher

Tori Hughes has been named associate publisher of The City Paper. Hughes spent the past two years at Journal Communications overseeing ad sales for the Custom Division as integrated media manager. Before that, she spent eight years at Country Weekly as vice president and publishing director.

Fifth Third adds entertainment banker

Music Row banking specialist Anson Lewis has joined Fifth Third Bank as a credit manager with expertise in handling wealth management issues for artists, songwriters, producers, publishers and performing rights organizations, along with others in the entertainment and professional sports industries.

Lewis comes to Fifth Third with 13 years of professional experience in banking. He received his MBA from Tennessee Technological University and he earned a bachelor’s of science degree in business administration with a major in finance from Auburn University.

Anthony named WSIX program director

Clear Channel Nashville has named Jon Anthony the new program director for Big 98 WSIX. Anthony is managing partner and program director for Kenny Chesney’s No Shoes Radio and will continue this role going forward. Prior to No Shoes Radio, he served as VP of country programming for Sirius/XM.

Fleet One announces new hires

Fleet One has hired Suzi Earhart as vice president of customer experience. Earhart has spent most of her career in customer service organizations, most recently as senior director of customer care desktop products at Asurion.

Fleet One also has added the following account executives to its sales and marketing department: Maya Barnes ws previously with VF Imagewear’s customer support division. Kellie Ciprian was with Columbus Carpet Mills, where she worked as a claims and collection coordinator. And Patrick “Kyle” Miller was most recently a supervisor with Starbucks.

Sandidge joins Pathway

Pathway Lending announces that Kent Sandidge has joined the statewide nonprofit as its client relationship manager for the Middle Tennessee region. Sandidge has more than 20 years of business lending experience and was previously with Bank of America in Nashville and Franklin. During the past 10 years, Sandidge has largely focused on small business lending for both companies.

Zeitlin adds five brokers

Zeitlin & Company Realtors, has hired Rick Homier as an affiliate broker in its Franklin office. Zeitlin InTown, the company’s office in The Gulch, has added Pat Skow, Marsha Mauney, Jonathan Potts, and Jared DeValk as brokers.

Homier joins the Franklin office from Reno, Nev., where he was a real estate agent for Prudential. Prior to that, he worked with General Motors for 15 years and was also involved in magazine publishing.

Skow has been a licensed Realtor for 19 years and was previously an agent with Prudential Woodmont Realty. Mauney has served as a real estate professional for seven years and specializes as a listing agent for historic homes and bank-owned REOs. She was previously an affiliate broker with The Morris Companies LLC.

Potts has served as a member of the U.S. Coast Guard and prior to this position worked as a district recruiter and marketer for Abercrombie & Fitch. DeValk has lived in Middle Tennessee for 23 years and was previously a Nuclear Machinist Mate Third Class in the U.S. Navy.

Gresham adds staff

Gresham Smith and Partners has added the following people to its staff: Diane Berger joined GS&P as a marketing production designer. She has more than nine years of experience and will lend her graphic design expertise to the firm’s health care-related project pursuits. She earned a bachelor’s of fine arts in graphic communications from the University of Southern Mississippi.

Cody Crews has joined the firm as a transportation engineer-in-training in the infrastructure division. He will provide preliminary, right-of-way and construction plans for roadway projects.

Patrick Leap also joined the firm as transportation engineer-in-training in the infrastructure division. He has more than three years of experience and graduated from Tennessee Tech with a bachelor’s of science in civil engineering with a transportation focus.

Stokes named VP at Barge Waggoner

Carrie Stokes, an environmental engineer in the Nashville office of Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon, has been named vice president. In her current role as project delivery manager, Stokes directs project execution of energy and environment initiatives at the firm.

Stokes has been with Barge Waggoner since 1996, when she served as a student assistant. She joined the firm full-time in 1997 as an engineering intern. Stokes holds a master’s of engineering and a bachelor’s of engineering from Vanderbilt University.