Henry F. Scott joined CBRE|Richmond as an associate. Scott interned last summer with CBRE|Richmond. He is a graduate of Virginia Tech, where he received a B.A. in history.
Katy Holder has been promoted to account executive at Free Agents Marketing from the position of executive liaison. She received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Tulane University.
Lindsay Deadrick joined Free Agents as a traffic coordinator. She was previously an assistant advertising representative for Richmond Suburban Newspapers. Deadrick received a bachelor’s degree in media studies with a concentration in advertising and a minor in Spanish from Radford University.
Suzie Zeh joined Free Agents as an interactive coordinator. She had been a marketing manager at the Children’s Museum of Richmond. She received a degree in economics from Randolph Macon College.
Free Agents added Rob Sterling as an interactive account strategist. He previously was a paid search manager at NetSearch Direct. He received a bachelor’s degree in political science from American University.
Carissa Schmidt joined Free Agents as a graphic artist. She previously worked at Owen Design Company. Schmidt graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in graphic design.
Free Agents added Joanna Callaway an account coordinator. She received a bachelor’s degree in political science and history from Virginia Tech.
Emily Jackson joined Free Agents as an account executive. She was previously a marketing consultant at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey. She received a bachelor’s in communications from George Mason University.
John Keegan has joined Evolve Architecture as architect. He was previously with AECOM in Roanoke. He received a master’s in architecture from Virginia Tech and a bachelor’s from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
StellarOne Bank added Gary Rowe as a reverse mortgage program manager. He’ll work out of the bank’s office on Westerre Parkway. Rowe was previously with the SunTrust Reverse Mortgage Division. He is a graduate of Old Dominion University, Seabury-Western Theological Seminary and Virginia Commonwealth University.
Robert Gorman has been named CFO of Union First Market Bankshares effective July 23. He’ll succeed Tony Peay, who was recently named the company’s chief banking officer. Gorman had been at SunTrust since 2002. Prior to that, he was with FleetBoston Financial, Liberty Mutual Insurance Group, Bank of New England and Arthur Andersen. He received a bachelor’s in accounting from Babson College and his MBA from Harvard Business School.
Brad Nott joined Xenith Bank as senior vice president, commercial and industrial banking. Nott was formerly with Bank of America for 23 years. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce.
Cheryl Oliver has joined Sports Backers as youth running coordinator. Most recently, Oliver served as the head coach for the YMCA 10k Training Team at Richmond Community Hospital. In her new role, she will help implement youth fitness programs in Richmond’s Title I schools.
Sports Backers added Jen Ross as its new sponsorship manager. She spent the past seven years handling educational programming and sponsorship for the State Fair of Virginia. Ross is a graduate of James Madison University with degrees in studio art and print journalism.
Molly Wright is Sports Backers’ new online marketing assistant. She was previously with Impression Marketing. She received a degree in English from Warren Wilson College in Asheville, N.C.
Patrick Nicolas joined the World Pediatric Project as patient care coordinator for its U.S. referral program. He was previously at National Counseling Group. He attended Virginia Commonwealth University and received a degree in social work.
Ed Clay joined the World Pediatric Project’s St. Louis team as vice president of development. He previously worked at the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, the Leukemia Society and, most recently, the American Diabetes Association. Clay is a graduate of Indiana University’s Fund Raising School.
Gerid Buckshire joined World Pediatric Project as deputy program manager for the international mission teams program. He was previously in Bolivia and the Philippines with the Peace Corps and attended the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, where he received a degree in international studies.
Jamie Cooney joined World Pediatric Project as director of volunteers for the U.S. referral program. She attended the University of Richmond and received a degree in psychology and Spanish.
Cathy Liles has been promoted to office managing partner at the Danville office of local accounting firm Dixon Hughes Goodman. A CPA, Liles has more than 15 years of experience in public accounting.
Terry Jamerson has been named vice president of community newspapers for the Virginia division of World Media Enterprises. Jamerson had been with Media General since 1995, until it was purchased last month by World Media Enterprises parent company Berkshire Hathaway.