On the Move: 10 June 2014

A-Z Durable Medical Equipment, First Vision Bank, MTR Family Law announce updates

A-Z Durable Medical Equipment captures national award

A-Z Durable Medical Equipment was awarded the National Business Incubation Association’s 2014 Graduate of the Year award in the non-technology category at the International Conference on Business Incubation.

A-Z, a client of the Nashville Incubation Center, received the award in New Orleans last month. A-Z entered the NBIC in 2009.

“We are honored to receive the Graduate of the Year award,” Dinah Norman, A-Z co-owner, said in a release. “Since launching in 2006, we have worked tirelessly to provide quality products and services for our clients.”

A-Z Durable Medical Equipment provides medical equipment management and maintenance, on and off-site drug testing, and home health care.

The National Business Incubation Association estimates that in 2011 alone, North American incubators assisted about 49,000 start-up companies that provided full-time employment for nearly 200,000 workers and generated annual revenue of almost $15 billion. Approximately 7,000 business incubators operate worldwide.

First Vision Bank hires Coleman

First Vision Bank has added Bill Coleman as a business development officer at its new office in Murfreesboro.

Coleman has been involved in the Nashville-area banking industry for 20 years, working most recently for Republic Bank and Tennessee Commerce Bank in Franklin.

Coleman received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Middle Tennessee State University with an emphasis in economics. 

“Bill has already proven himself to be a huge asset to our banking team in Murfreesboro,” Chris Henson, Murfreesboro city president for First Vision Bank, said in a release. “Our  focus is on business banking and delivering great services directly to the front door of our business customers. Bill’s vast experience with Middle Tennessee business owners and the tools they need to operate and grow their organizations — especially online cash management services — make his contribution to First Vision Bank invaluable.”

Moses named president-elect of organization 

Marlene Eskind Moses, founding manager of Nashville-based MTR Family Law, has been elected president-elect of the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers USA Chapter.

IAML is a worldwide association of practicing lawyers who are recognized by their peers as the most experienced and expert family law specialists in their respective countries. Membership is by invitation.

Moses is a past-president of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and was awarded the organization’s Outstanding Fellow of the Year Award. She is a Fellow of the Tennessee Bar Association Foundation and the Nashville Bar Association Foundation. She is also a diplomate of the American College of Family Trial Lawyers and serves on its executive committee. 

Moses graduated from Tulane University with a Bachelor of Arts degree and master’s degree, both in social work. In 2012, she received the Distinguished Alumnae Award from the Newcomb Alumnae Association of Tulane University. Moses received her law degree from the Nashville School of Law.

 

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