EMJ Corp., has named Steve Coughran as its chief financial officer. Before joining EMJ, Coughran founded the Coltivar Group where he counseled large and small construction clients and he previously worked at Ernst & Young in the Assurance Services division.
Vascular Institute of Chattanooga has added cardio-vascular surgeon Joseph A. Coatti to its medical staff. Dr. Coatti, who previously practices at Shoreline Surgical Associates in Middletown, Connecticut, for 29 years, will be heading up the VIC - Vein Center, treating varicose veins and venous issues.
Signal Centers, Inc. has named Mike Slocumb as its senior development officer responsible for overseeing the agency's planned giving, endowment and fundraising for specific program needs. Slocumb recently retired from United Way of Greater Chattanooga after spending the majority of his career in the textile business as executive vice president for Dixie Yarns and R.L. Stowe Co.
Sarah Griffith is the new project coordinator at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Chattanooga. She joined the team in the summer of 2017 as an intern after graduating from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Candice Hudson has joined Crye-Leike Real Estate Service's downtown Chattanooga branch office as a licensed Realtor. Prior to her career in real estate, Hudson worked in the medical field as a Certified Nursing Assistant and Patient Care Technician.
Pulmonologist Susan Taylor, MD, has joined Parkridge Medical Group's Diagnostic Center in Chattanooga. Taylor earned her medical degree from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine, where she also served an internship in family medicine and she completed a residency in family medicine at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis.
Michael Trundle has joined Reliance Human Capital Management in Chattanooga as an HCM Advisor. A Chattanooga native, Trundle was a three-sport athlete at The Baylor School and later played football for The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where he earned both his undergraduate degree in business and Master in Business Administration.
Alexie McIntyre has been joined ML Healthcare as the regional director of client development covering the Southeast region. McIntyre formerly worked for Southside Creative as a project manager for the agency's portfolio of clients.
Tony Cates of Gestamp has been selected as the ACT College and Career Readiness Workforce Champion of Tennessee. Cates, an employee of Gestamp Chattanooga, LLC since 2009, began his association with Chattanooga State Community College in 1995.
Bev Boss, a Hixson resident who recently worked on the Black Creek Golf Course community in Lookout Valley, has joined Remax Renaissance in Hixson. Boss, a licensed Realtor, started her real estate career in 2003.