On the Move: 12 June 2014

Benchmark Realty, Bernard Health, East Nashville Hope Exchange announce updates

East Nashville Hope Exchange lands grant

East Nashville Hope Exchange is one of three Tennessee organizations to receive a grant from Humanities Tennessee for its history and literacy initiatives.

The grant, for $18,640, also has been awarded to Red Clay State Park in Cleveland and the James K. Polk Memorial Association in Columbia.
ENHE will host a six-week children’s summer program from June 16 to July 25.

"We are pleased to support these important projects," Tim Henderson, Humanities Tennessee's executive director, said in a release. "The work of these organizations contributes greatly to the community life and continuing education of Tennesseans.”

Bernard Health adds Davis

Health care advisory company Bernard Health has recruited Nikki Davis from The Dow Chemical Company to be a part of its Nashville-based marketing team.

“Nikki is a creative, passionate individual who brings an added spark to our marketing team,” Founder Alex Tolbert said in a release. “We are thrilled to welcome her to the firm and look forward to seeing her contributions to our growing company.”

Davis received a bachelor’s degree in professional and technical writing from Saginaw Valley State University.


Benchmark adds Enders

Benchmark Realty has added Nashville-based realtor Jeremy Enders to its team.

A member of the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors, Enders also is a certified building inspector and a licensed Tennessee building contractor. He has served as an independent contractor since 1996.

Enders has earned a graduate realtor institute designation.

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