Green and Hoskins join Grant, Konvalinka law firm
Molly Green and Hunter Hoskins have joined Grant, Konvalinka & Harrison P.C. as new associates at the Chattanooga law firm.
Green is a native of Huntsville, Alabama. She attended the University of Montevallo in Montevallo, Alabama, where she graduated magna cum laude with her Bachelor of Science in political science. She then moved to Seville, Spain, where she taught English as a second language before returning to the states for law school at the University of Tennessee College of Law, where she graduated magna cum laude in 2023. While in law school, Green served as the school's pro bono director and as the vice-chair of the Moot Court Board. She was inducted into the Order of Barristers for her exceptional skill in trial advocacy, oral advocacy and brief writing after winning the schools' Advocates' Prize Competition.
Green's practice focuses on immigration, family law and litigation.
Hoskins will be practicing in transactions, corporate law, health care law and estate planning. He has both a law degree and master's in Business Administration from Lincoln Memorial University's Duncan School of Law in Knoxville. He completed his undergraduate degree in Healthcare Administration at Lee University in Cleveland. Hoskins is currently a member of the Tennessee Bar Association and other professional organizations relevant to his practice.
Prior to joining Grant, Konvalinka & Harrison, Hoskins gained practical experience and honed his skills in compliance, contracts and governance through an externship with the corporate counsel of an East Tennessee hospital chain.
Hazelwood to head First Horizon branch on Highway 58
First Horizon Bank recently named Rebekah Hazelwood banking center manager of the First Horizon banking center on Highway 58 in Chattanooga.
As banking center manager, Hazelwood manages staff, oversees operations, drives customer satisfaction and spearheads community outreach initiatives. Hazelwood has been with First Horizon for five years and previously served as senior relationship banker.
"We are excited to have Rebekah in this role," First Horizon Market President Jay Dale said in a statement. "Her proven track record and years of experience with the bank will have a great impact with on her team and in the community."
Hazelwood is a graduate of The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga where she received a bachelor's degree in exercise science. She is involved with the First Horizon Chattanooga Women's Initiative.
UTC's Angle elected to national board of urban college heads
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Chancellor Steven R. Angle has been elected to the board of directors of the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities, a consortium of presidents and chancellors coalition member institutions.
Angle, who assumed his role as UTC chancellor in 2013, was one of four new members-at-large chosen to two-year terms.
"CUMU has long been committed to ensuring that colleges and universities enhance the communities in which they are located through education, research and service," Angle said in a statement. "As Chattanooga's university, we embrace the integral role we play in our region's continued growth and advancement.
Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Towson, Maryland, the coalition works to build connections across its membership to create and share knowledge on the issues that face urban and metropolitan campuses and the communities they serve.
The coalition's 118 members represent public and private institutions in 52 metropolitan areas.
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