TSU's Glover wins national award
Tennessee State University President Glenda Glover has been awarded the 2014 National Achievement in Education Award from the National Association of Black Accountants.
The association presented Glover the award during the organization’s annual convention in Washington, D.C.
“Many NABA members, including myself, have known and benefitted directly from Dr. Glover’s body of work,” NABA President and CEO Angela Avant said in a release. “This award was one way for NABA to publicly acknowledge and thank her for all that she has done and achieved.”
Garza adds Griffin
Garza Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery has hired Maegan Griffin as a nurse practitioner who specializes in both plastic and cosmetic procedures.
Previously, Griffin worked in the intensive care unit at Saint Thomas West.
As a nurse practitioner, she will help administer nonsurgical medical procedures, which include skin rejuvenation, skin tightening, wrinkle reduction and permanent lipolysis, Dr. Robert Garza, owner of the practice and plastic surgeon, said in a release.
Griffin earned her undergraduate degree from Belmont University and her master’s from Tennessee State University with a concentration in family practice medicine.
Sullivan Branding hires Yeager as director
Sullivan Branding in Nashville has announced the addition of Anna Yeager as art director.
Prior to joining Sullivan Branding, Yeager served as art director at New York-based marketing agency Kirshenbaum Bond Senecal + Partners (KBS+P).
“We are excited that Anna is joining us at Sullivan Branding. For the past two years Anna has been working on national accounts like American Express, BMW and HomeGoods at KBS+P,” Sherri Jones, Sullivan Branding president, said in a release. “Her experience with 360 campaign development, commercial storyboarding, set direction, design and logo work will benefit our growing list of local, regional and national clients.”
Yeager earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in graphic design from Auburn University.
Tuck Hinton adds Dodd as manager
Nashville-based Tuck Hinton Architects has hired Jessica Dodd as office manager.
Previously, Dodd served as an administrative assistant at Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon in Nashville.
“Jessica’s experience and understanding of the architectural profession, coupled with her administrative skills makes her a welcome addition to our team,” Mary Roskilly, Tuck Hinton principal and partner, said in a release.
Dodd earned her bachelor’s degree in anthropology at the University of Tennessee.
AT&T, T-Mobile rank No. 1 for BNA
Seattle-based RootMetrics has found that both AT&T and T-Mobile ranked No. 1 at Nashville International Airport for data performance.
“Our customers rely on staying connected while they travel,” Chris Percy, AT&T vice president and general manager of mobility and consumer markets, said in a release. “They want to get in touch with colleagues, family, and friends before they leave or as soon as they walk off the plane. With AT&T, customers can read email, send photos, check the news, and much more while travelling.”
Bone McAllester Norton welcomes Floyd
Nashville-based law firm Bone McAllester Norton has added Mandy Strickland Floyd as an attorney.
Previously, Floyd served as the senior judicial clerk for the Hon. Richard H. Dinkins on the Tennessee Court of Appeals. She focuses her practice in litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property and labor and employment law.
“Mandy is a great addition to our team,” Charles W. Bone, firm founder and chairman, said in a release. “She brings a valuable perspective from her experience working with the Honorable Richard Dinkins and her advocacy work against racism, poverty and domestic violence.”
Floyd earned her Juris Doctor degree at the University of Memphis and her Bachelor of Arts degree from Vanderbilt University.