Marc Williams to head national judicial foundation
HUNTINGTON — The National Foundation for Judicial Excellence has elected Marc Williams, managing partner of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLPs West Virginia office, as its president.
The organization is a charitable foundation formed to provide training on civil justice issues to state court appellate judges. Williams has had first chair responsibility for more than 100 jury trials and appeals in his career. His practice focuses on class actions, mass torts, product liability, toxic torts and commercial litigation. He also serves as president of Lawyers for Civil Justice, and is a former president of DRI — The Voice of the Defense Bar. Nelson Mullins hires more than 500 attorneys and government relations professionals in seven states and Washington, D.C.
Amy Smith promoted at Marshall medical school
HUNTINGTON — Amy Smith has been appointed assistant dean of student affairs at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.
Smith previously worked at the medical school as assistant director of medical education since 2009. She received her nursing diploma from St. Mary’s School of Nursing, her bachelor’s in nursing from the University of Phoenix and a master’s in education from the University of Cincinnati. Smith serves on various committees at the medical school.
St. Mary’s Women and Family Care welcomes two new physicians
HUNTINGTON — St. Mary’s Women and Family Care has added two new physicians to its staff.
Dr. Stacy Hensel received her medical degree from the University of Florida, and completed her residency in OB/GYN at West Virginia University-CAMC. She received her bachelor’s degrees in biology and criminology from Florida State University. Hensel is certified in pediatric advanced life support, basic life support, advanced cardiac life support and neonatal resuscitation.
Dr. Clifton Bolinger received his medical degree from the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. He completed his residency in family medicine at McLeod Regional Medical Center in Florence, South Carolina. He received his bachelor’s degrees in biology and chemistry from Marshall University. Bolinger is certified in pediatric advanced life support, basic life support and advanced cardiac life support.
St. Mary’s Women and Family Care is located at 143 Peyton St. in Barboursville. Those seeking more information, or to schedule an appointment, can call 304-697-2035.
Adkins named sales manager for Cabell-Huntington CVB
HUNTINGTON — The Cabell-Huntington Convention and Visitors Bureau has promoted Anna Adkins from Visitor Center supervisor to sales manager.
Adkins received her bachelor’s of business administration from Marshall University. Previous jobs include GameStop, MAC Cosmetic and award-winning cheerleading coach. She’s been with the CVB for one year.
Huntington Women’s Health gains Granger
HUNTINGTON — Dr. Jessica Granger, an obstetrician and gynecologist, has joined Huntington Women’s Health Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Granger received her medical degree and completed her residency training at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. She is a member of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Huntington Women’s Health is affiliated with Cabell Huntington Hospital.
Those seeking more information can call 304-522-3420 or visit www.tristatewomenshealth.com.
OLBH names Good Help Award recipient
RUSSELL, Ky. — Maranda Clement, clinical nurse educator at Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital, has been recognized as the fourth quarter recipient of the hospital’s Good Help Award.
Clement received her master’s degree in nursing from Walden University, and both her bachelor’s and associate’s degrees from Ohio University. She’s been with OLBH for four years.
Clement is in contention for the overall Dedicated Service Award, which is chosen annually from OLBH’s quarterly Good Help Award recipients.
Those seeking more information on OLBH can call 606-833-2273 or visit www.olbh.com.
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