Phil Trammell to head Nonprofit Resource and more Chattanooga-area career moves

  photo  Contributed photo / Phil Trammell

Phil Trammell to head Nonprofit Resource

Phil Trammell has been named the new executive director of the Nonprofit Resource Center in Chattanooga.

Trammell brings more than 15 years of experience in nonprofit development, administration, fundraising and event planning. He previously served for the past three years as vice president of development for Habitat for Humanity after previously working as vice president of development for the PBS television station WTCI.

Prior to that, he enjoyed a 25-year career working in banking, telecommunications and cable television.

Theatre Centre names new marketing manager

Rachel Carroll has joined the Chattanooga Theatre Centre as the new marketing manager for the nonprofit arts group.

  photo  Contributed photo / Rachel Carroll

Carroll holds a bachelor of arts in theatre from Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee and a master’s degree in public administration with a concentration in nonprofit management from UTC. Prior to her employment with the Chattanooga Theatre Centre, Carroll worked with local nonprofits Partnership for Families Children and Adults, WTCI-PBS, and most recently, Chambliss Center for Children where she served as communications coordinator for three years.

In her new position, she will be supporting community engagement and awareness of Chattanooga Theatre Centre a it enters its centennial season this year.

30 young professionals join local Rotaract Club

The Rotaract Club of Chattanooga, a Rotary-sponsored service club for young professionals who are age 22 to 35 years old, has welcomed 30 new members for 2023. New members were selected from a competitive nomination process and represent a wide variety of industries.

“This is an impressive group of young professionals,” Cassidy Barnett, senior account manager for CBI Workplace Solutions, said in an announcement of the new class. “Our goal is to help cultivate strong leaders who will continue to positively impact change in our community. “

The Rotaract Class of 2023 includes Andrew Austin, director of development at Austin Real Estate; Alayna Best, program officer at the McKenzie Foundation; Avery Boggess, new market tax credits program manager at BrightBridge Capital; Sam Campbell, operations director at Chattanooga Bakery, Inc.; Austin Cantrell, vice president of Bridge Public Affairs; Jack Carroll, III, senior financial analyst at Shaw Industries, Inc.; Amie Cohorst, corporate recruiter for Axle Logistics; Emily Danek, director of employee and business operations for Ntracts; Frazier DeVaney, vice president for NAI Charter Real Estate; Emerie Germ, assistant account manager for Marsh McLennan; Lane Gutridge, alumni affairs and special initiatives coordinator for the UTC-UC Foundation; Kortney Hobbs, executive assistant for the chief operating officer of the city of Chattanooga; Tatem Holton, benefits specialist for the Silberman Group; Maggie Ingvalson, social media specialist for Southern Surgical Arts; Sean Jagels, warehouse associate for the Chattanooga Area Food Bank; Abigail Jansen, fiduciary officer for Pendleton Square Trust Company; Kelsey Keef, associate attorney at Spears, Moore, Rebman & Williams, PC; Danielle Kelvas, a local physician; Will Moore, sales representative for Reliable Heating and Air Conditioning Co.; Emily Osborne, executive assistant for the Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer; Azurae Redmond, founder and CEO of Young, Black & Widowed Inc.; Dylan Rivera, director of policy planning and implementation for the city of Chattanooga; Ivory Roberts, director of community engagement, college access and athletics at Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy; David Serodino, project manager for Southern Marine Construction Co.; Katelyn Statom, legal assistant for Burd Raulston Attorneys; Logan Threadgill, associate attorney at Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C.; Jarrah Vella-Wright, Sr., ticket partnership manager for the Chattanooga Lookouts; Stephanie Wood, benchmarking specialist at FreightWaves; Patrick Wright, an attorney at Rainey Kizer, Reviere & Bell, and Lauren Ziebold, business development officer and relationship manager for FirstBank.

Anderson named among top advisors

Derrick Anderson, a financial advisor for Edward Jones for the past 18 years, has qualified for the firm’s Managing Partners Conference which celebrates the achievement of the company’s 400 top advisors from among the firm’s early 19,000 advisors.

  photo  Contributed photo / Derrick Anderson

Chuck Orban, an Edward Jones principal responsible for the firm’s recognition events, said that Anderson and the other honorees will be recognized in May at a conference in Arizona. He called the award winners “phenomenal practitioners in helping clients realize the goals they’ve set for themselves and their families.”

Anderson, a certified financial planner, is a graduate of the University of Alabama and the College for Financial Planning, and has been both a regional leader and principal for Edward Jones.

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