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Sarah West has joined McGregor & Company as a staff accountant.

Frank Bedell has joined the Daybreak Pregnancy Center as the executive director.

Those who have changed positions at the Daybreak Pregnancy Center include Lauren Pittard, from nurse manager to deputy director, and Amber Daniels, to director of client services.

Carla Atkinson, Angela Flowers, Reverend Josie Holler, and Susan Wright have been appointed to the Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands Board of Directors.

Brock Rhoad, Julie Goguen, Amanda Goforth, Jenna Barton, and Andy Flack have joined DuBose Web.

Those who have been appointed to the Lourie Center Board of Directors include Erin Cook; John Hutto, board chair; Wally Graves, vice chair; Laura Spells, treasurer; and Gail Wilson-Giarratano, secretary.

Shaun Greenwood, assistant city manager of the City of Cayce, has received the credentialed manager designation from the International City/County Management Association.

 

 

Kelly Tam has joined OLH Inc. as marketing director.

Those who have joined Colonial Life include John Garrison, chief compliance officer for Unum Group; Ronda Tranter, vice president and chief business operations counsel; David Murphy, vice president of the growth markets team; and Bridget Bennon-Lytton, product owner of the customer web applications team.

The South Carolina Bar Young Lawyers Division has received six Awards of Achievement at the American Bar Association’s annual meeting. The awards include first place in the following categories: Comprehensive (overall programs), Newsletter

(S.C. Young Lawyer), Diversity (lunch series), Service to the Public (Cocky’s Reading Express), and Service to the Bar (family events). The division also received the Most Outstanding Single Project Nationwide Award.

Beth Palmer and Tommy Preston have been named ABA YLD Stars of the Year.


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