On the Move: April 20, 2018


Rebecca Maddox

Has been appointed by the Greenville County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (GCCADA) to lead the Phoenix Center. Maddox has been in the substance abuse treatment field for almost 28 years, with 15 of those being at the Phoenix Center. Maddox played an integral role in the 2010 expansion of services as well as the certification to operate a Narcotic Treatment Program in 2016.

Laura Blanton

Has been named senior vice president-investment officer with Wells Fargo Advisors. She has also earned the designation of premier advisor, placing her among a select group of financial advisors. Blanton has more than 15 years of experience in the financial industry and is a graduate of North Greenville University.

Matthew C. Alexander

Has been appointed to the Greenville Airport Commission by Greenville City Council to serve a three-year term. The Greenville Airport Commission is the owner and operator of the Greenville Downtown Airport.

Kenneth E. Hicks

Has joined Raymond James as a senior vice president, investments and investment management consultant. Hicks has more than 20 years of experience in the financial services industry. Hicks is a certified financial planner and earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Auburn University.

Jeremy Davis

Has been hired by Infinity Marketing as full stack web designer. Davis has more than 10 years of experience working with both front-end and back-end web development. Davis received an associate degree in applied science in multimedia from ITT Technical Institute of Greenville.


The Greenville Little Theatre has announced their executive committee and board of directors for the 2018-2019 season: Amity Edmonds – chair (attorney at Gallivan, White & Boyd P.A.), Kristin Davis – vice chair (owner of Davis Audiology), Christi Mobley – secretary, Gray Morgan – treasurer (CFO of Windsor Aughtry Company), Suzanne Miller – immediate past chair, Nancy Suitt Bennett (retired, Main Solutions), Mark Blonstein (travel agent, AAA Carolinas), Dan Byers (project manager, Clemson University), Steve Chamness (retired, Greenville County School principal), Catherine C. Christophillis (attorney, Christophillis & Gallivan, PA), Ronny Dillard (retired, General Manager, Hollingsworth Funds), Clint Eastham (director, MetLife), Lee Smith Elmore (executive director, Carolina Youth Symphony), Mary Freeman (developer, Acadia Community), Stanton Horne (commercial relationship manager, TD Bank), Brian Lux (adjunct instructor, Greenville Technical College), Heidi Moore (marketing manager, Ryobi Nation), Aaron Rupe (owner, Dex Media), and Carl Sykes (retired, developer, JD Stillwaters).

Milliken & Company’s Specialty Interiors business has extended its sustainability leadership by recently joining the Sustainable Furnishings Council (SFC) and being honored by Unifi as a REPREVE Champion of Sustainability.

Spartanburg Rehabilitation Institute has been named in the Top 10 percent of inpatient rehabilitation facilities in the United States for the fourth year in a row. The hospital’s care was cited as being as being patient-centered, effective, efficient, and timely.

Conway Belangia, the Greenville County director of voter registration and elections, has been awarded the Moore Award by the South Carolina Association of Registration and Election Officials.


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