On the Move: 8 February 2013

Thursday, February 7, 2013 at 10:05pm
Staff reports

Zeitlin & Co. hires affiliate broker

Krystyna Hayles has joined the Nashville Green Hills office of Zeitlin & Co., Realtors as an affiliate broker.

Hayles has more than two decades of experience. She began her real estate career in 1986 representing clients in Chicago’s North Shore area and continued her real estate career in Bossier City, La., and Dallas, Texas.

Hayles also has an extensive background in marketing, sales and design and once owned a floral and gift shop. Fluent in Polish, German and Russian, Hayles lived in Germany after attending law school.

Centennial Women’s & Children’s Hospital names pediatric services director

Karen Good has been named director of pediatric services for TriStar Centennial Women’s & Children’s Hospital.

Good will oversee the facility’s pediatric medical-surgical unit, the pediatric intensive care unit and the recently opened Kids Express outpatient services center.

Previously, Good served as manager of the pediatric emergency department and trauma center for Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C., where she also oversaw the opening of a satellite emergency department. Prior to that role, Good was the director of clinical services for pediatrics and the pediatric intensive care unit at Lehigh Valley Hospital and Health Network in Allentown, Penn.

Good received her Master of Science degree in nursing and executive administration and her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing, both from the University of South Alabama.

“Karen brings a wealth of clinical and leadership experience to our growing pediatric program,” Dr. Jeffrey Guy, chief medical officer of the pediatric program for Women’s & Children’s Hospital, said in a release. “We are thrilled to have her on board and look forward to her expertise as Nashville’s new choice for comprehensive pediatric care continues to evolve.”

The Mall at Green Hills names GM

The Mall at Green Hills has named retail veteran and Nashville native Kimberly Savona as general manager.

She replaces Hank Woerner.

Savona assumes the post Feb. 11 and will be responsible for all shopping center operations as well as retailer and community relations, marketing and sponsorship at the upscale retail mall.

Savona has spent the past 23 years with Michigan-based Taubman Centers, which owns and/or operates 27 high-end shopping centers across the country, including The Mall at Green Hills, which it purchased in 2011. Most recently, Savona was general manager of Great Lakes Crossing Outlets in Auburn Hills, Mich., the region’s largest indoor shopping center. Savona oversaw the center’s grand opening in 1998 as well as its transformation to an outlet center in 2010, a move that has resulted in record growth and sales.

Prior to that, Savona was general manager of Memorial City Mall in Houston for two years and, prior to that, assistant general manager of Woodfield Mall near Chicago for six years, where she helped manage the expansion and renovation of that center. She came to Chicago from Nashville, where she was assistant general manager of the then-newly constructed Bellevue Center. She also worked as a corporate buyer for Filene’s Department Store in Boston and for Dillard’s Department Store in Little Rock, Ark.

Prior to earning her certified shopping center manager designation, Savona earned a bachelor’s degree from Middle Tennessee State University and attended graduate school at Vanderbilt University.

“I’ve come full circle, personally and professionally,” Savona said in a release.  “I love Tennessee, I know the area, and I’m looking forward to putting a wealth of industry experience to work here at 
The Mall at Green Hills.”

Collins joins Benchmark Realty

Agent Kim Collins has joined Benchmark Realty.  

Collins will primarily focus on Davidson County, specializing in residential, first-time homebuyers and property management.

Collins, who earned her A.A.S. in paralegal technology, has worked as a paralegal and in retail sales.

Jackson Hewitt names Nashvillian to oversee health policy efforts

Jackson Hewitt Tax Service Inc. today announced it has named Nashville resident Brian Haile as the company’s first senior vice president for health policy.

Previously, Haile served as the director of the insurance exchange planning initiative of Tennessee, where he worked with the Bureau of TennCare and the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance to advise state officials on issues related to the federal health reform legislation. 

In the newly created position, Haile will be responsible for the planning and execution of programs and services surrounding the Affordable Care Act and assisting Jackson Hewitt clients in navigating new tax credit programs and insurance exchanges. He will also serve as a liaison with federal and state agencies.

“Brian Haile is recognized as an expert in navigating the complexities of health systems and policy,” Philip H. Sanford, president and chief executive officer of Jackson Hewitt, said in a release. “As regulations related to the enactment of the ACA begin to be incorporated into the U.S. tax code, Brian’s leadership and expertise in this space will quickly prove to be a benefit to our company, our clients and to the tax industry as a whole.”

A native Tennessean, Haile received his bachelor’s degree and a law degree from Georgetown University. He also holds a master’s degree in public policy from the University of California and a master’s degree in health economics from the University of Cape Town in South Africa.

 

 

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