Sunday, March 28, 2010

Nashville People in Business

Christian Schuetz is director of legal affairs for the Tennessee Chapter of the German American Chamber of Commerce of the South. Schuetz is director of legal and marketing at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP.
Reba Sloan received the Excellence in Practice Award in the area of eating disorders at the 26th Annual Symposium of Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutrition. Sloan is a registered dietitian in Green Hills.


Jason Campbell is senior solar consultant for LightWave Solar Electric LLC. Campbell had been vice president of renewable energy at Architectural & Environmental Associates in Flagstaff, Ariz.

George Horrocks is now PV project engineer for LightWave Solar Electric LLC. Horrocks had been a project manager at Harmony Energy Works in Hampton, N.H.

Financial services

Christopher T. Holmes is chief banking officer at FirstBank. Holmes had been director of corporate financial services and chief retail banking officer for South Financial Group in Greenville, S.C.

Hoskins & Co. said:

Kidist Woldetensaye recently earned the designation of CPA. Woldetensaye is a senior auditor.

Georgina Inkum recently earned the designation of CPA. Inkum previously worked in corporate accounting for Nissan.

John C. Gibson earned the chartered financial consultant designation. Gibson is president of Insurance and Planning Solutions in Brentwood.


Nashville Public Television announced its 2010 Community Advisory Board:

Kent M. Weeksis chairman. Weeks is a partner with the law firm of Weeks Anderson & Baker.

Bob Loflin is chairman-elect. Loflin is a community volunteer.

Hal St. Clair is immediate past chairman. St. Clair is senior vice president of R&D at Dialogic Communications.

Claiborne Gayden is nominating committee chair. Gayden is vice president of the Governor's Books from Birth Foundation.

Kasar S. Abdulla is member-at-large. Abdulla works with the Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition.

Carol Creswell-Betsch,a retired educator,is member-at-large.

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