On the Move: March 23, 2018


Kaitlyn Hudson
Has been hired as the creative director of Complete Public Relations. Hudson is a Greenville native and previously worked as an intern for CPR in 2012. Hudson is a graduate of Newberry College and joined the firm in February 2015.

Matthew B. Edwards
Has been recognized by the South Carolina Supreme Court as a certified specialist in estate planning and probate law. Edwards is a shareholder of Thomas, Fisher, Sinclair & Edwards P.A. Edwards is a graduate of the University of South Carolina Law School and the University of Florida Levin College of Law Graduate Tax Program.

Andrew Van
Has been hired as the investor relations manager for the Greenville Chamber. Van brings previous experience from the real estate industry, where he served as a Realtor at The Haro Group of Keller Williams Realty.

Jimmy Buddenberg
Has been named the director of the firm’s cybersecurity and risk advisory services practice at Elliott Davis. Buddenberg recently served as senior vice president of Atos. He graduated from Muskingum University with a degree in mathematics and computer science.

Carter Meadors
Has joined the South Carolina Children’s Theatre as the new grants manager. Meadors has more than 15 years of experience in nonprofits including a number of Upstate nonprofits. Meadors is a graduate of Hollins University and has previous experience at the Cancer Survivors Park Alliance, Greenville Women Giving, Legacy Charter School, and Greenville Symphony Orchestra.


Greyrock Accounting has promoted Lindsey Wyatt from the director of client services to shareholder. Wyatt is a registered CPA who earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting from Clemson University. She joined Greyrock in 2012. Founded in 2008, Greyrock offers a wide range of services, including accounting and financial reporting, financial strategy and analysis, tax return preparation, and payroll administration.

“By far my favorite thing [about my work] is how much I love the people — both the Greyrock team and our clients,” Wyatt says, “Everyone on the Greyrock team is truly passionate about their work and that translates to our clients. Greyrock wants to make a difference in our clients’ lives and companies, and that makes me proud of the work I do here.”


The Top 10 colleges and universities that offer online degree programs have been announced for South Carolina. The analysis is by OnlineDegrees.com and used data from the National Center for Education Statistics. The colleges and universities are as follows in ascending order: Anderson University, Clemson University, University of South Carolina, College of Charleston, Citadel Military College of South Carolina, Winthrop University, Columbia College, Coker College, Southern Wesleyan University, and North Greenville University. 


The National Council of Textile Organizations (NCTO) and the American Fiber Manufacturers (AFM) announced a merger of the two organizations effective April 1, 2018. The merged organization will be called National Council of Textile Organizations and the current NCTO president and CEO, Auggie Tantillo, will continue in that position.


Lynn Faust, senior vice president of investments with the Faust-Boyer Group of Raymond James, was among the Raymond James-affiliated advisors named to the Forbes list of Best-In-State Wealth Advisors.


GreenWood Inc. has been awarded the Affinity Insurance Risk Control Gold Award for success in safety and claims management. The Gold level award is reserved only for companies in the top 1 percent of all member companies, which GreenWood ranked fourth overall out of 440.


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