Robert Wheeler joins Patrick, Beard, Schulman & Jacoway, P. C. as an associate attorney. A native of Chattanooga, Wheeler graduated from Notre Dame High School in 2008. Robert then received his Bachelor's degree in Political Science from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2012, graduating summa cum laude and serving as President of the Brock Scholars Honors Program Council.
Greg Bradley is the new general manager for The Edwin Hotel of Vision Hospitality Group, Inc. Bradley joins Vision with more than 15 years of hands-on experience pioneering industry-leading brands within the luxury resort community. After earning his MBA from The University of Florida, Bradley applied his knowledge and talents to several positions across the nation where he built the foundation of his success in operations, training & development, and sales. His impressive career has included roles with Loews New Orleans, The Cloister at Sea Island, and Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa.
Summer Blizzard is the new director of business optimization for Morning Pointe Senior Living. Blizzard oversees the analysis of business and clinical systems, processes, data reporting and training across all departments. She joins Morning Pointe's Chattanooga-based home office team from Elmcroft Senior Living's corporate office in Louisville, Kentucky, where she held leadership positions in organizational development, marketing strategy, business analysis and information systems.
Laura Coleman, AFC, is named program director of the Chattanooga-based non-profit Common Cents Financial Literacy, Inc. As an Accredited Financial Counselor and Certified Workplace Money Coach, Coleman previously provided financial counseling and education to U.S. military service members. Through this new position, Coleman will help to expand the Common Cents financial literacy program into additional schools and community centers. She will also introduce a new initiative, Wallet Wellness, a financial education program designed specifically for the workplace.
Jenny Vowell is named principal of Bethel Christian Academy, the therapeutic school for Bethel residents in grades 6-12. Vowell, who grew up in El Paso, is a graduate of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and earned a master's degree in psychology from Troy State University. Recently, she earned an EDS as Educational Specialist, Instructional Technology from Kennesaw State University, where she is a doctoral candidate.
Lynne Regal Forato is appointed as director of development for Skyuka Hall. Forato brings to the new role more than 15 years of fundraising, marketing, advertising and non-profit management experience. In her role, Forato is responsible for leading and expanding Skyuka Hall's development efforts, supporting volunteer-driven events, major-donor and planned-giving programs and direct-mail outreach. Previously, she served as head of corporate and community partnerships for I CAN Charity in London, England supporting children's speech, language and communication.
David Delcamp is named vice president of administration of Rardin & Carroll Architects and has become a stockholder in the company. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. As a valuable team member at RCA, he has been with the company for approximately four years. Prior to working for Rardin and Carroll Architects, Delcamp worked for Edlund, Dritenbas, Binkley Architects & Associates P.A., in Vero Beach Florida, where he was in charge of project management and development of construction drawings.
Geraldo Holguin, M.D., joins the CHI Memorial Medical Group at the Buz Standefer Lung Center. Dr. Holguin received his medical degree from Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. He completed his residency and internship in internal medicine at Woodhull Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY. He completed fellowships in pulmonary/critical care medicine, and infectious diseases, at University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi. Dr. Holguin is board certified in internal medicine, infectious diseases, pulmonary medicine, and critical care medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He is bilingual with fluency in English and Spanish.
Sarah Burns joins Waterhouse Public Relations as social media coordinator and graphic designer. Burns leads the strategic digital media implementation to increase audiences and engagement for clients across all social media platforms. She joins Waterhouse PR after working as a graphic design and marketing specialist for Celtic Testing Experts where she managed all aspects of the company's social media efforts, graphic design projects and website presence to increase overall brand awareness. Burns received a bachelor's degree in new media art from Kennesaw State University.
John Michael Alday joins Derryberry Public Relations as account coordinator. A graduate of The University of Tennessee with a degree in Public Relations and a minor in Business, Alday is on point for client relations, strategy, event implementation and project coordination. Alday comes to Derryberry from his family's firm Alday Communications, in Franklin. He is a charter member of the Downtown Franklin Rotary Club and is a member of YP Chattanooga.