XOi Technologies has named Cory Determann as the locally based company’s digital media strategist.

Determann (pictured) implements XOi’s digital marketing strategy by creating video content for sales, social media and internal and customer communications.

A veteran of the United States Air Force and a former law enforcement officer, Determann joined XOi while studying film/video and photographic arts at Nossi College of Art in Nashville, where he earned a bachelor’s degree. Determann moved into his new position after graduation.

“Cory brings the same discipline and energy to XOi that he demonstrated when he decided to follow his dream,” Aaron Salow, founder and CEO of XOi, said in a release. “His authenticity and dedication come through in his work. We’re confident that Cory will help XOi share its mission and keep growing.”

XOi Technologies provides a cloud-based mobile application that connects field service contractors with an online knowledge base.

Argent Financial Group welcomes Pugh as VP

Nashville-based wealth management firm Argent Financial Group has added Robert Pugh as vice president and trust officer.

An attorney and veteran trust and administration officer, Pugh joins Argent from Regions Bank in Nashville, where he served as a trust advisor. Before that, he was a trust officer at Old National Bank in Evansville, Indiana.

Pugh previously practiced law for six years with Miller & Pugh Law Offices in Peoria, Illinois, and served for four years as an assistant state’s attorney in Peoria County. He is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association, Trust & Estates and Corporate Law Department sections.

Pugh earned his bachelor’s degree in history from Tennessee Technological University and his Juris Doctorate degree from Southern Illinois University.

“[Pugh’s] deep experience as an attorney and seasoned trust officer make him a valuable addition to our team,” Argent President Ken Alderman said in a release. “We are confident that our clients will agree.”

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RE/MAX Homes and Estates, Lipman Group adds two

RE/MAX Homes and Estates, Lipman Group has hired Mona Wilson as affiliate broker and Barbara Childs as an agent.

Wilson joins the family-owned firm with nearly 20 years of experience as a Nashville realtor. A longtime resident of the greater Nashville and Williamson County areas, Wilson moved to Nashville after graduating from the University of Missouri with her bachelor’s degree in education. 

“Mona’s kindness and experience have earned her the respect and adoration of colleagues and the community,” Larry Lipman, owner and President of RE/MAX Homes & Estates, Lipman Group, said in a release. “She has created a very fruitful 18-year tenure in the industry, and we look forward to providing her with our best service and support." 

Wilson’s certifications and accreditations include: RE/MAX Hall of Fame Member, RE/MAX Platinum Club Member, Accredited Buyer’s Representative, Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist, Real Estate Collaboration Specialist (Divorce), Williamson County Association of Realtors, National Association of Realtors and Tennessee Association of Realtors.

A Tennessee native and greater Nashville area resident, Childs has 15 years of experience as a real estate professional.

Childs attended Belmont University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in music business.

“Barbara’s work ethic and commitment to her clients has earned her a reputation that is respected among her colleagues and peers in the industry, and we are excited to support her with our best services and resources,” Lipman said.

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