The Herd: New hires, promotions & departures for 11.27.18

Departure

Lee Gregory, founding partner of The Roosevelt, has left the restaurant to focus on his new venture, Alewife.

Energy

Adam Lee will join Dominion Energy as vice president and chief security officer, effective Dec.1. He is currently special agent in charge of the FBI’s Richmond Division. He has degrees from San Francisco State University and John F. Kennedy University.

Transportation

Todd Morgan is operations lead for Express Drive, a division of Lyft.

Recreation/Hospitality

Chip Sullivan is general manager and director of golf at Royal New Kent in New Kent.

At The Roosevelt restaurant:

Mark Herndon has bought into the restaurant, sharing ownership with Kendra Feather, one of the original co-founders.

Matt Kirwan is chef.

Cary Carpenter is bar manager.

Joining Colonial Downs Group:

Mark Parson is community engagement coordinator. He is a graduate of Ohio University.

Molly Procell is vice president, human resources. She had been with the Lady Luck Casino in VIcksburg, Mississippi and is a graduate of Mississippi State University.

Stephanie Wisneski is director of compliance. She had been with Miami Valley Gaming and Racing in Lebanon, Ohio and has degrees from Purdue University Northwest and Ivy Tech College.

Scott Warren is vice president, finance. He is a graduate of Louisiana Tech University.

Financial Services

Tommy Doyle is a financial advisor at Harvie Wealth Management Group. He had been with NASDAQ and is a graduate of Christopher Newport University.

Real Estate

Aubrey Moore is an associate real estate manager for the GSA management group at CBRE|Richmond. She had been with Parmenter Realty Partners and is a graduate of the University of Virginia.

John Small Jr. has joined the Stony Point office of Long & Foster Real Estate as a Realtor.

Nonprofits

Paul Chitwood has been elected president of the International Mission Board. He had been with the Kentucky Baptist Convention. He has degrees from the University of the Cumberlands and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Education

Brian Campbell joins the VCU College of Engineering as executive director of development. He has degrees from Averett University and the University of Virginia.

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