Katie Devlin joined C&F Bank as assistant vice president, e-commerce manager. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan.
Central Virginia Bank hired Melanie R. Keene as vice president and controller of finance. She was previously with Steve Walls & Associates. Keene is a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock with a BS in accounting.
M. Delores Nabors joined Central Virginia Bank as assistant vice president in charge of overseeing the bank’s Bank Secrecy Act and identify theft programs. Nabors was previously with EVB in Mechanicsville.
Central Virginia Bank hired Michelle H. Simon as vice president and sales and marketing manager. She was previously with Capital One and Bank of Virginia. Simon is a graduate of West Virginia University with a BS degree in journalism.
Theresa A. Trimmer joined Central Virginia Bank as assistant vice president and deposit services manager. Trimmer was previously with Xenith Bank. She received her associate degree in business administration from Rappahannock Community College.
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Joseph Pons III joined Commonwealth Commercial Partners as a property manager. He previously worked on his family’s three-generation horse farm, managing the training and marketing of thoroughbred racing prospects. He received a BA in economics from the University of Kentucky.
William Donovan joined CBRE|Richmond as a junior associate in the firm’s Richmond office. Donovan is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, where he received his BS in business administration and management. He was also a member of the varsity soccer team.
Jessica Rogers joined the government group in the Richmond office of Sands Anderson. Rogers has been with Virginia’s Division of Legislative Services, where she was senior attorney. She graduated with an AB from Dartmouth College and received her JD from Rutgers University School of Law. Prior to working for the commonwealth, she was part of the New York City Teaching Fellows, a program designed to place teachers in under-served public schools.
ThompsonMcMullan hired Joley L. Eason to the firm’s elder law and estate planning and administration practice groups. Eason was previously a certified legal intern for the University of Pittsburgh Elder Law Clinic. She is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, and received dual bachelors degrees from the College of William and Mary in public policy and sociology.
McGuireWoods said partner Matthew Hall has been appointed to serve a one-year term as vice chair of the American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law, International Committee effective Sept. 1. Hall is a partner in the firm’s Brussels office, where he focuses on European Union and United Kingdom competition law.
The personal injury law firm of Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen hired James Mick “Jamie” Kessel and Robert C. T. Reed as associate attorneys in the firm’s Richmond office. Kessel graduated from West Virginia University and received his law degree from the University of Richmond. Reed received his JD from Washington & Lee University School of Law and his BA in psychology from Boston College.
Media General named Marilyn L. Hammond as vice president for broadcast sales and marketing. She joined Media General in 1997 and was most recently president of the company’s North Carolina markets.
Andrew J. Lobred was named Media General’s vice president for digital media. He joined Media General in 2006 as vice president of sales and marketing for the Interactive Media Division. He was most recently with Cavalier Telephone. Lobred received an undergraduate degree from James Madison University and an MBA from Seton Hall University.
VATEX America hired Ilya Kleyman and Spencer Isaac as account executives.
Troy Flinn and Thomas Dozier are the founding employees of Alpha Wealth Advisors, a new firm in Innsbrook.
Flinn, the firm’s managing member, graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a finance degree.
Dozier, Alpha Wealth’s director of marketing and client development, is a graduate of the University of Richmond. He previously ran Commonwealth Corrugated Container Corporation for 10 years before spending the past 18 years as sports editor and managing editor for four different daily and weekly newspapers in the Central Virginia area.
Caroline Moreau is a new portfolio analyst at ACG Advisory Services, the wealth management division of the Actuarial Consulting Group. Moreau has previously worked at First Union Brokerage Services and Cary Street Partners. She graduated from the University of Central Florida with a degree in finance.