Women of Achievement award recipients announced
As part of Women’s History Month, the Career Women’s Network honors its Women of Achievement, where it recognizes women for achievements and contributions to the advancement of women, communities and professions. This year’s honorees are Amy Maley and Cyndey Costello Busbee.
Busbee has been with Central Georgia Health System, now Navicent Health, for 12 years and is the assistant vice president for corporate communications and business development. She is a graduate of Leadership Macon and Leadership Georgia and she is a past assistant governor for Rotary Region 6920.
Maley is in financial planning and is a partner in The McSwain Young Maley Group at Merrill Lynch. She is a former president of Career Women’s Network as well as Rotary Club of Downtown Macon.
An awards luncheon is scheduled for March 3.
Coldwell Banker SSK Realtors wins award
David Green, president of Coldwell Banker SSK Realtors, recently announced that relocation director Melanie Lewis, relocation coordinator Sheri Crews and Realtors in all three offices have earned excellence awards from Cartus.
The Warner Robins office was recognized as a Cartus Broker Services Platinum 2015 Excellence award winner. The Macon and Milledgeville offices were recognized as a Cartus Broker Services Gold 2015 Excellence award winner.
Mercer dean chosen president of Hanover College
Lake Lambert, dean of Mercer University’s College of Liberal Arts, was introduced as the 16th president of Hanover College in Hanover, Indiana.
Lambert will take office July 1. He was appointed dean of Mercer’s College of Liberal Arts in 2010.
Goss joins Rosenberg Financial
Hugh Goss has joined Rosenberg Financial Group Inc., as a financial adviser, after serving 31 years in the U.S Air Force. Goss has a MBA with a focus on finance. During his military service he obtained extensive finance and budgeting experience as a financial manager and earned a certified defense financial manager certification from the American Society of Military Comptrollers.
Trucking company honors associate for 25 years of service
Averitt Express in Macon recently honored associate Stephen Smith, of Jeffersonville, for 25 years of service.
Smith is among more than 800 Averitt associates who are members of the company’s Over 20 Team, an exclusive group of associates who have served 20 or more years with Averitt.
Robins Federal selects manager, employees of quarter
Robins Federal Credit Union selected its fourth quarter employees from manager, support department staff and branch staff.
Amy Miller was the manager of Robins Federal’s Milledgeville branch. She recently celebrated her one-year anniversary with Robins.
Stephanie Thompson, training department, is a training and development specialist. She has been employed with Robins Federal for six years and has previously worked as a teller and member service representative.
Jennifer Bartlett, Ga. 96 branch, is a member service representative. She has been employed with Robins Federal for three and a half years and has previously worked as a teller and call center representative.
-- Angela Woolen