Meriah Miksa and Lindsey Fisher have been promoted in the audit group at Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP’s Charleston office. Miksa is manager. Fisher is senior associate. Also, in the firm’s tax group, Lucy Brenner and Rachel Nightengale have been promoted to senior associates.
Kevin Glass has been promoted at First Citizens to private banking director for the bank’s South Carolina region. Previously, he was commercial area executive for Augusta. He has a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of South Carolina-Aiken.
Trey Gantt has been named vice president of business services and consumer lending at South Carolina Federal Credit Union. He has been with the credit union since 2002 and he has been a branch manager, business services officer and business services manager. He has a bachelor’s degree in business economics from Wofford College and a master’s degree in business administration from Southern Wesleyan University.
Emily E. Walton has joined GEL Engineering LLC as an environmental scientist in the Charleston office. She has more than five years of industry experience. She has an associate degree in computer-aided graphics and design from Big Sandy Community & Technical College and a bachelor’s degree in environmental sciences from Marshall University.
Drs. Brian Burke and Matthew Dunn have joined Imaging Specialists.
Burke specializes in cross-sectional imaging. He has a bachelor’s degree from Duke University and a medical degree from the University of Kentucky’s College of Medicine in 1995. He completed a residency at the University of California-San Francisco.
Dunn specializes in vascular and interventional radiology. He has a bachelor’s degree from James Madison University and a medical degree from Jefferson Medical College. He completed a residency at Bryn Mawr Hospital.
Brian M. Collie has been named a partner at the newly renamed Mount Pleasant law firm Buxton & Collie LLC. He practices in the areas of corporate law, estate and tax planning, and real estate. He has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and a master’s degree in business administration, both from Clemson University, and a law degree from Charleston School of Law.
Julia Chism and Christina Ellis have joined Resmac as sales and relationship managers for the Charleston region.
Tara Abbott has joined the Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy as the director of fundraising. Previously, she was a research coordinator at the Medical University of South Carolina and the director of development at Courageous Kidz. She has a bachelor’s degree from Boston College and a master’s degree from the University of Georgia.
Sheryl Bidwell has joined Sweetgrass Properties as director of owner relations for the Isle of Palms division. She has more than 27 years of property management experience.
David Hickman has joined Prudential Southern Coast Real Estate as an agent.
Wendy Arnsdorff and Jonathon Gamble have joined Carolina One Real Estate as agents. Arnsdorff is based in the Highway 17 North office in Mount Pleasant. Previously, she worked for the Marriott Hotel Group and was group sales manager for Wild Dunes Resort. She has a bachelor’s degree in parks, recreation and tourism from Clemson University.
Gamble is based in the Coleman Bouevard office. Previously, he taught middle school mathematics. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Akron.
Jonathan T. McCarter has joined Charleston-based Hartnett Realty Co. as a sales agent. Previously, he worked in the real estate industry in Tennessee and Myrtle Beach.
He is a South Carolina-certified general appraiser.
Ben Abzug and Joey Cain have joined the Charleston RiverDogs.
Abzug is assistant general manager. Previously, he was with the Burlington Royals of the Appalachian League. He has a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University.
Cain is director of promotions. Previously, he was with the Hudson Valley Renegades of the New York-Penn League. He has a bachelor’s degree from Hofstra University.
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