On the Move: 1 February 2013

Thursday, January 31, 2013 at 1:56pm
Staff reports

 

Iroquois Alliance names Patterson president

The Iroquois Alliance, the volunteer organization behind the Iroquois Steeplechase, has named Kearstin Patterson its president.

Previously the chairman of the 2012 Peoplechase Party, Patterson will preside over the Alliance, recruit volunteers and support events for the organization.

“I want to give back to a community that has given me so much, and volunteer with organizations that really make an impact on Middle Tennessee,” Patterson, senior director of corporate communications for BioMimetic Therapeutics, Inc., said in a release. “Having attended the Iroquois Steeplechase for the last 15 years, I’ve seen how the event truly brings our community together and gives back to such a worthy cause. I am extremely happy to serve in this capacity, and look forward to working with the Alliance to support the Iroquois.”

Cummins added at Kroll Advisory Solutions

Chris Cummins has been named director at Kroll Advisory Solutions.

Cummins will lead business development efforts in the health care sector, focusing on information security incident response, computer forensics, HIPAA security risk assessments and data breach notification and remediation solutions.

Cummins was formerly with MyHealthDIRECT.

Franklin Synergy Bank adds two

Sonny Topiwala and Stephanie Hahn have joined Franklin Synergy Bank

Topiwala will serve as customer service representative in the bank’s Westhaven branch. Previously he was at Nelson Mazda as Internet sales manager. In addition, Topiwala served as assistant finance officer at University of Oxford, North American office, managing charitable donations through Americans for Oxford. He also served as administrative assistant for recruiting at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management.  

Hahn has joined Franklin Synergy as operations assistant in the bank’s deposit operations group.

Hahn previously worked at SunTrust Bank as a personal banker. She also has experience in records management through Record Results at TriStar Summit Medical Center in Hermitage.

Hahn attended Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville, studying business and human resource management.

 

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