Originally created 09/17/06

On the move

- Dr. Carol Dale Thompson has opened the Kids First Pediatric Group medical practice at 1215 West Wheeler Parkway.

- Curt Schachtner has been promoted to manager of operations at SRP Federal Credit Union. The Augusta resident was previously accounting supervisor.

- Lisa Shuford has been promoted to project assistant to the president at SRP Federal Credit Union. The Augusta resident was previously manager of operations.

- Ramona Spicer has been promoted to manager of the SRP Federal Credit Union's new Tobacco Road branch in south Augusta. The Augusta resident has 15 years of financial industry experience.

- Dr. Jennifer Lind Stoddard has joined Walton Rehabilitation Health System as a psychologist. She was previously employed by Augusta State University and focuses on clinical and research applications of headache, chronic pain, spinal cord injury, war-related injuries, bullying and aggression, alexithymia, substance dependence and juvenile delinquency.

- Innovative Health Strategies announced the following staff additions and promotions: Dr. Rayvelle Stallings, promoted to vice president of iProcert, was previously medical director of iProcert; Jackie James has been promoted to AWAC coordinator; Kim Evans has joined the company as director of accounting, and was previously employed by Tabernacle Baptist Church; Jan Guthrie has joined the company as AWAC coordinator; Evelene Flowers has joined the company as intake coordinator of iProcert; Brenda Tilley has joined the company as AWAC consultative services coordinator, was previously employed by the Medical College of Georgia; Jane Hill has joined the company as wellness consultant of iHealth, and was previously employed by Lanier Technical College; Jan Mlodzikowski has joined the company as clinical coordinator CKC, and was previously employed by FMC; and Senta Walker was promoted to repricing specialist.

- United Way of the CSRA Inc. announced that the following people have joined the organization as Loaned Professionals during its 2006 campaign during the next six weeks: Dyanna Nelsen, sponsored by Doctors Hospital; Vickie Daniels, sponsored by Washington Savannah River Co.; Larry J. Laughlin, sponsored by Doctors Hospital; Tommy Harper, sponsored by Georgia Power Co.; Marlenia Murray, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy; Carl Thornton Jr., sponsored by Georgia Bank & Trust Co.; and LaKeisha Lowe, sponsored by Augusta State University.


- Morris DigitalWorks announced the expansion of its international reach with the licensing of its mdTransit online advertising software to Australian firm Sensis. MdTransit is an application that focuses on driving customer interest and demand in autos to local advertisers with detailed supporting information to aid in consumers' online research.

l Dr. Ahmed Khocht has received the 2006 Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry predoctoral periodontics program's Teaching Excellence Award for dedication to the school and its students.

- Aiken Motorcycle Sales & Service has received the American Suzuki's Super Service Award for 2006 for customer satisfaction achievements.

- Teresa Crawley has received the Recognition Award from the Jud C. Hickey Center for Alzheimer's Care for achievements in seven years of dedicated service.

- Consumer Credit Counseling Service of the CSRA has received reaccreditation from Council on Acreditation for achievements in national standards and quality services to the community.

- Wanda S. Samuels, of Nordahl Realty Inc., has earned the Graduate Realtor Institute designation by the Georgia and National Associations of Realtors.

- Sean Collett was top loan producer in volume and units at Rhodes Financial Mortgage in August.

- Mary Ann Ethridge was the top producer at Wachovia Mortgage in August.

- D.J. Williams, Sandy Williams, April Hardy, Holley Phillips and Stefanie McCook, of DJ & Co. Salon Spa & Gifts, attended The Redken Exchange advanced hair color and hair design seminar in New York.

- Richard Justice, of Mind's Eye School of Acting, received the Matt Stovall Memorial Lifetime Achievement Award at The Augusta Players' Auggie Awards banquet Aug. 31 for his contributions to the arts since 1978.

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