Courtney M. Malveaux has joined Jackson Lewis as a principal. He had been with Thompson McMullan. He represents employers in labor and employment matters. He has degrees from Pennsylvania State University, the George Washington University and the College of William and Mary.
William Bradley has been promoted to first vice president with CBRE|Richmond. He is a graduate of the University of Richmond.
Jessie Atkinson has been appointed to the board of the Central Virginia Society of American Military Engineers. She is with Summit Information Solutions.
Stephanie Smith is chief curator for the Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University, effective in November. She is with the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto.
The 2016-2017 board of directors for Keep Virginia Beautiful are: chair, Lisa Moerner with Dominion Resources; vice-chair, Tad Phillips with TFC Recycling; treasurer, Robert Clendenin with Waste Management; secretary, Julia Hillegass; past chair, Kimberly Hines with Central VA Waste Management Authority; Ryan Bauersachs with Altria; John Bing with Apprecia Pharmaceuticals; Martha Boneta with Liberty Hall Farm; Christopher Conley with Afton Chemical; Kris Ferguson with Ferguson Environmental Consulting; Tom Griffin with Virginia Green Travel Alliance; Stephanie Hicks with Trex; David Johnson with Environmental Strategy LLC; Dale Mullen with McGuireWoods; Leonard Smock with VCU Rice Center; Julie Williams-Daves with Rappahannock Regional Waste Board; executive director, Michael Baum with Keep Virginia Beautiful.
Advertising and Marketing
Emily Kirk has joined Workshop Digital as paid-digital marketing manager. She is a graduate of The College of William and Mary.
Alisa Emelianova is an associate underwriter – products with Kinsale Insurance. She is a graduate of the University of Richmond.
Caylor Feeley is a junior marketing specialist with Convergent Technologies Group and is a graduate of James Madison University.
Lauren Fagone has joined The Barre Boutique as chief concept officer.
Mike Meehan will become president of VSC Fire & Security Inc., effective Jan. 1, 2017. He is replacing John McDonald, who will become chairman.