Eric J. Wallace joined the GreeneHurlocker law firm as an associate in energy law and litigation. Wallace earned his law degree in 2013 from the University of Richmond School of Law and his undergraduate degree at Washington and Lee University.
Networking Technologies and Support, Inc. announced the following hires:
Jas’mine Williams, helpdesk support specialist.
Daniel Ha, deskside support Ssecialist.
Kehinde Odusanya, deskside support specialist.
John Watson, deskside support specialist.
Mary Brown Leachman joined Safe Harbor Title as director of business development.
StreamCo hired John E. Mason as senior vice president. Most recently Mason spent seven years with Robinson Development Group as director of property acquisitions. Mason earned his bachelor’s from Hampden-Sydney College.
Sean Cusack was promoted to chief financial and people officer of Service Partners. Cusack was most recently senior vice president of human resources and administration and started with the company in 2001. Cusack earned a B.S. in accounting from Virginia Tech.
Rob Stone joined Guggenheim Securities as an associate analyst covering the media and pay-TV industries. Stone was previously a product manager at Capital One. He has a B.S. from the United States Military Academy at West Point and an M.B.A. from the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business Administration.
United Methodist Family Services made the following announcements:
Erik Laursen is now the vice president of research and development and will continue to serve as the executive director of Charterhouse School. Laursen has been involved with UMFS for more than 27 years. Laursen earned his Ph.D. from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Nancy Toscano has been promoted to vice president of strategy and organizational improvement. Toscano is a graduate of Siena College and New York University.
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation made the following announcements:
Terri Quinan was named the executive director of the Virginia chapter of the foundation. Quinan joins the foundation from the Catholic Diocese of Richmond where she was the director of advancement at Blessed Sacrament Huguenot School.
Joslynn Broun was hired as the senior director of development for the foundation’s Virginia chapter. Broun was previously community development manager with The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America.
Rachel Johnson was hired as the logistic specialist for the Virginia Chapter. Previously, she lived and worked as an elementary school librarian in both public and private schools in Buffalo, N.Y.
HCA Virginia’s John Randolph Medical Center made the following announcements:
Andrew Yee was named new associate vice president of operations. Yee previously served as an operations associate at Washington County Regional Medical Center in Sandersville, Ga.Yee received his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and his master’s degree from Duke University.
Nessan Salmon-Wilson is the new associate chief nursing officer. Salmon-Wilson came over from Carolinas HealthCare System in Charlotte, N.C. She received her bachelor of science from Winston-Salem State University and a master’s from Queens University of Charlotte.