Named director of sales and marketing for Liquid Catering and The Old Cigar Warehouse. Ryan most recently served as events manager for The Bascom: A Center for the Visual Arts in North Carolina. She has also managed a restaurant in Gainesville, Fla., and served as director of catering and sales for a hotel.
Named animal curator at Hollywild Animal Park. Platt has served as executive director at Safe Haven and Educational Adventures in Greenville for eight years. He has also worked as a herpetologist at the Toledo Zoo in Ohio, an animal curator at the Mesker Park Zoo in Indiana and a general curator at the Greenville Zoo.
Named a member of the Clemson University Board of Visitors. Scott specializes in industrial brokerage for Colliers International and has more than 27 years of experience in industrial real estate. He will serve on the marketing committee of the board.
Named assistant general manager at Halls Chophouse Greenville. Falvey has more than 20 years of restaurant management experience. She most recently served as general manager at Breakwater Restaurant. She has also served as general manager of Rick Erwin’s Nantucket Seafood restaurant.
Named to the Renewable Water Resources board of commissioners. Brett was appointed by Gov. Nikki Haley and will serve until December 2016. He is a former state legislator and current owner of public affairs firm BrettSC. He also served on the congressional and gubernatorial staffs of Carroll Campbell.
Thomas Norris was nominated for a 2016 TIME Dealer of the Year award. Norris is president of Toyota of Easley. Norris is one of 50 dealer nominees from across the country for the award. He founded Toyota of Easley in 1980.
David Topham of KTM Solutions Inc. passed the professional engineering examination and received his professional registration to practice engineering in South Carolina.
The Home Builders Association of Greenville elected Joe Hoover of Hoover Custom Construction as president of the organization. Also elected as officers on the board of directors are president elect Bob Barreto of GBS Building Supply, and vice president James Speer of Carson Speer Builders. Ben Moseley of Heirloom Stair & Iron, Alan Wilson of Clark’s Termite and Pest Control, Matt Shouse of LS Homes, Matt Ruth of Mobius Construction, Thomas Dillard of Dillard-Jones Builders and Bill Kane of Ryan Homes were elected as members of the board.
The Greenville Society for Human Resources Management honored GHS with the Diversity and Inclusion Large Business Award. The award is presented annually to an organization that ranks above average in four key areas: CEO commitment to diversity and inclusion, human capital, corporate and organizational communication, and supplier diversity.