On the Move: Oct. 12, 2018



Catherine Crandall

has been promoted to senior art director at Fuel marketing agency. Crandall spearheads the graphic design for clients’ brand positioning.


John Lapins

has joined Auro Hotels as vice president of design and construction. He brings over 30 years of experience in architecture, construction, and development to his new role. Lapins is a registered architect who most recently worked for Geolo Capital.


Lori Hoyer

has been hired by Godshall Professional Recruiting and Staffing as director of community relations. In her new role, Hoyer serves as the liaison for local colleges, universities, and nonprofit and community organizations. 


Autumn Martin

has joined Godshall Professional Recruiting and Staffing as an information technology recruiter. Martin has 10 years of experience in human resources consulting, most recently in the information technology recruiting industry.


Scott Williams

has joined Greyrock Accounting as manager of client services. He is a graduate of Auburn University and brings over 15 years of accounting experience to this role. Williams will manage and oversee multiple client relationships within Greyrock’s portfolio.


Luanne Runge has been named chief operating officer at Elliott Davis, a business-solutions firm with nine Southeastern offices. Based in the Greenville headquarters, she will provide strategic guidance and oversight for the entire company. As COO, Runge will serve on the firm’s executive leadership team, oversee all aspects of day-to-day operations, ensure the company achieves objectives, and serve as Elliott Davis’ human resources team leader and general counsel.

“The chance to join an organization that combines nearly 100 years of service excellence with a forward-leaning, entrepreneurial mindset is an incredible opportunity,” Runge said. “Elliott Davis has progressive plans for the future, and I look forward to helping the company achieve its goals while strengthening its position in the marketplace. I’m equally excited to work with a group that’s committed to making the communities in which it does business better places to live and work.”


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