Midlands area people & achievements, July 14

July 14, 2013 

ACCOUNTING

Moore, Beauston & Woodham in West Columbia has promoted: Jamie L. Ziembo to senior accountant in the audit and assurance practice; Michael J. Targia to senior manager in the audit and assurance practice; and Ken Newhouse to manager in the tax and business consulting practice.

ARCHITECTURE

Architect Dennis S. Ward has been elected second vice president of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards’ board of directors.

Kyle Fant has joined Quackenbush Architects + Planners as an intern architect.

GOVERNMENT

The South Carolina General Assembly has honored retiring Public Service Commissioner Randy Mitchell for his service to South Carolina.

HOSPITALITY

Sarah Katherine Shearin, director of marketing for Midlands Authority for Conventions, Sports & Tourism, has been named a Destination Marketing Association International’s 30 Under 30 recipient.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Raven Simon has joined the accounting team at Immedion, a premier provider of data center services.

INSURANCE

Colliers International’s J.P. Scurry has graduated from the 2013 Urban Land Institute South Carolina Center for Sustainable Leadership, the fourth graduating class in the state.

Colliers International’s Ron Cameron and Will Matthews have brokered the sale of Preserve at Spears Creek to Nashville-based investment firm Carter-Haston.

NONPROFIT

South Carolina Public Service Authority, also known as Santee Cooper, has been awarded SERC Reliability Corp.’s President’s Award.

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