On the Move: 17 June 2014

Anderson Benson, BSA, Highwoods, Lipscomb announce updates

Lipscomb to hold first alumni event

The Lipscomb University College of Education will host its first Alumni Summit on Friday, June 27.

The summit is aimed to reconnect former classmates and to provide professional development seminars on topics including the digital world, leadership, applied behavioral analysis and advocacy in education. 

Milton Chen, former researcher for children’s television show Sesame Street and founding director of San Francisco-based KQED Center for Education, will be the keynote speaker. He currently serves as an assistant professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Anderson Benson hires Adams, McCord, Moore

Nashville-based Anderson Benson Insurance & Risk Management has added Reba Adams, Toby McCord and Jenna Moore.

The hirings follow Anderson Benson’s acquisition of a portfolio of Nashville-based accounts and team members from international entertainment industry insurance broker Robertson Taylor.

Adams will serve the firm as an account executive, while McCord will work as a broker and Moore as an account manager.

Prior to joining Anderson Benson, both Adams and McCord opened the Nashville Robertson Taylor Insurance office. McCord also represented Franklin Financial Insurance as a department and business development manager.

Moore, who previously worked for The Crichton Group, holds certified insurance counselor and certified insurance service representative designations.

Highwoods adds Dawson

The Nashville Division office of Highwoods Properties has added Casey Dawson as a leasing representative.

Dawson, who previously worked as associate at Cushman & Wakefield | Cornerstone, is a graduate of the University of South Carolina.


BSA promotes Miehlich, Saldana

Brentwood Services Administrators has promoted Carrie Miehlich and Roxana Saldana to claim examiners in its Occupational Accident Department.

Miehlich had worked as a senior claim representative.

“Carrie, who joined BSA in November 2012, has taken on multiple dedicated accounts and assignments with a great willingness and attitude,” Matt Anglin, BSA assistant vice president of claims, said in a release.

Miehlich provides guidance and supervision for claims adjusters and support personnel. 

Previously, Miehlich was a senior claim specialists for CNA in Nashville, and a senior claim specialist  for A.S.C. in Nashville.

Miehlich holds a construction risk and insurance specialist designation and also is licensed in multiple states. She attended Riverside Community College in Riverside, California.

Saldana, who is responsible for reviewing, processing and handling occupational accident claims, had worked as a claim assistant for BSA since last August. Previously, she served as a tutor and recruiter for Tennessee Opportunity Programs in Smyrna.

Saldana attended Fullerton Community College in Fullerton, California.

 

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