On the Move: July 13, 2018


Jamison Nicklaus

Has joined The Hiring Group as a technical recruiter. Nicklaus has worked in the staffing and recruiting industry for more than three years and recently earned his MBA from Anderson University.

Jim Brown

Has joined Flagship Properties as a sales and leasing broker. Brown is a Greenville native and graduated from the University of South Carolina before serving in the Army. He has been in the real estate industry in the Upstate for more than 20 years.

Angela Galbreath

Has joined Buncombe Street United Methodist Church as communications director. Galbreath graduated from Sewanee in 2005 with a degree in global studies. Her career has been focused on community development, destination promotion, and hospitality.

David Poole

Has been named branch leader of Allen Tate Cos. Greenville-Woodruff Road office. Poole has more than 25 years of real estate experience and has served in leadership roles at Allen Tate since 2000.

Marci Leake

Has joined Tri-County Technical College as its assistant vice president for human resources. She previously worked with Aimco, a Fortune 500 company, where she served in a variety of roles, and Charter Communications.


ScanSource Inc., Crawford Strategy, and Carolina Power were recently named one of the 2018 Best Places to Work in South Carolina. This 13th annual program was created by SC Biz News in partnership with the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce and Best Companies Group. This year’s list is made up of 75 companies. The ranked companies will be recognized at a reception and dinner, presented by Colonial Life, on Aug. 2, and the rankings will be published in the August issue of SCBIZ magazine.


Interim HealthCare of the Upstate has announced that its founder, Ray Schroeder, has received the Lifetime Achievement Award from Interim HealthCare. Schroeder is only the second person to receive this award. Schroeder left his career more than 40 years ago to start Interim HealthCare of the Upstate.


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