The Herd: New hires, promotions and departures for 4.25.17

Departures

Brice Anderson, managing editor of the Richmond Times-Dispatch, has retired.  He had been with the paper for 37 years.

Tom Gallagher, president and CEO of the Central Virginia Better Business Bureau, will retire by December 31, 2017.

Law

Michael Goldman

Michael Goldman

Michael P. Goldman and Wyatt A. Deal have been promoted to partners with Hunton & Williams.  Goldman focuses his practice on corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions, including domestic and cross-border transactions for both public and private companies.  Goldman has degrees from the Virginia Military Institute, Boston College and the University of Richmond.  Deal focuses his practice on private equity and venture capital and has degrees from the University of Virginia and Washington and Lee University.

Ross Allen has joined Owen and Owens as an associate. He focuses his practice in bankruptcy, personal injury, real estate, family law, criminal defense, traffic offenses, and civil litigation matters.

Jackie Kislow

Jackie Kislow

Investments

Jackie Kislow has joined RiverFront Investment Group as regional sales consultant for the western region.  She had been with WealthForge Holdings.

Healthcare

Nina T. Hobcroft has been appointed vice president of strategic alliances and market development at VCU Health.  She had been with HCA Capital Division and has degrees from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Nonprofit

Chance Davis is the lower school manager at Boys Home of Virginia.

Banking

Nancy Bagranoff has been appointed to the board of directors for TowneBank.  She is the dean of the Robins School of Business at the University of Richmond.

Charles Dahl Jr.

Charles Dahl Jr.

Real Estate

Charles W. Dahl Jr. has joined the Enterprise location for Joyner Fine Properties.

Keri Abbott and Gray Bryant have joined the brokerage team of CBRE|Richmond as associates.  Abbott will specialize in retail and office leasing and has degrees from Virginia Commonwealth University and Mississippi State University.  Gray will specialize in office and industrial leasing and is a graduate of Hampden-Sydney College.

Andrew Depcrynski has joined Small & Associates as the general manager and recruiter.  He is a graduate of Randolph-Macon College and had been with Can Can Brasserie.

Wealth Management

Clark Taylor joined Acima Private Wealth as an associate and portfolio analyst.

Construction

At HHHunt Corp.:

Karyn Moran is talent acquisition manager.

The following have been promoted at HHHunt Homes:

Cindy Wyatt is director of homes builder services.

Jeremy Cooley is homes procurement manager.

Kyrone Bodrick is homes material manager.

Diane Coughlin is homes systems manager.

Michael Repsher is homes architectural manager.

Karen Shelly is design manager.

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