On the Move: 5 July 2016

PCG Nashville has announced the promotion of Kacie Kuusisto to client services director.

Kuusisto’s duties will include managing client schedules, assisting with the development of client-related systems and tracking client progress providing support services to clients.

Kuusisto previously served the artist development company as head of scheduling.

"Kacie is one of the foundational components that makes the PCG machine keep churning. Her commitment and passion for artists make these additional responsibilities crucial to our company and important for her career growth," says Bernard Porter, Founder and CEO of PCG Nashville.

Aulidge, Cheatham join Pinnacle as finical advisor assistants

Long-time financial services professionals Michelle Aulidge and Jemice Cheatham have joined Pinnacle Financial Partners as financial advisor assistants.

Aulidge brings 19 years of experience and comes from First Tennessee Bank, where she was a loan-closing officer for the bank’s commercial real estate division.

Aulidge is based at Pinnacle’s Dickson office.

Cheatham brings a 37-year career from Bank of America (NationsBank), where she most recently served as credit management and administration manager for the Southeast region. Prior to that, she was a sales associate for the bank’s Middle Tennessee Regional Growth Group.

Cheatham is based at Pinnacle’s downtown Nashville office at The Pinnacle at Symphony Place.

DevDigital adds team members

DevDigital has announced multiple personnel updates.

Kelsey Kinsel will handle public relations  and marketing work, Elizabeth Cambridge and Brian Scocchio will serve as project managers and Kevin Griffis will work as a network engineer.

Kinsel graduated from Belmont University with a degree in social entrepreneurship and music business. She operated a mental health social enterprise for more than five years.

Cambridge graduated from Bharathiar University. She received her bachelor’s degree in computer science. Her background includes web development, e-commerce, social media, business and technology.

Scocchio retired from the Navy after 20 years as a senior chief air traffic controller. Scocchio received his B.B.A. degree in computer information systems from MTSU.

Griffis has approximately 15 years of experience in IT.

FCM names Vega AVP of business development

First Community Mortgage has announced Miguel Vega as AVP of business development.

Vega will work from FCM’s Murfreesboro office and will assist the bank’s efforts with the area’s growing Hispanic market.

Vega has about 15 years of international business development experience in the United States, Latin America and Asia.

“Miguel has a tremendous amount of success in the retail sector,” Keith Canter, founder and CEO of First Community Mortgage, said in a release. “Miguel’s FCM business development responsibilities will lead the company’s planning and execution of multi-cultural lending initiatives, and millennial strategies to better serve these segments within our communities.”

FordHarrison attorney named fellow

FordHarrison has announced Greg Grisham, a partner in the firm's Nashville office, as a 2016 Fellow of the College by The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.

Membership in the Annapolis, Maryland-based entity is by invitation only. The 21st Annual Induction Dinner will be held Nov. 12 in Chicago.

Grisham has more than 25 years of experience counseling and representing employers in all aspects of workplace law in Tennessee and across the United States.

"I feel honored to be inducted as a Fellow of this prestigious organization," Grisham said. "Being recognized by my peers means a great deal to me."

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