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1. ROC DENTAL GROUP WELCOMES PATIENT CARE COORDINATOR

Katie Brown has joined ROC Dental Group as its newest patient care coordinator. Originally from Colorado, Brown has lived in the Lowcountry for the past year and a half and has worked in the healthcare industry for the past four years.

1. TOWN OF HILTON HEAD ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS AND TRANSFERS 

The Town of Hilton Head Island announced the realignment of several employees: Angie Stone was promoted to assistant town manager, Shawn Colin was promoted to senior advisor to the town manager, Lisa Stauffer was promoted to human resources director, Jennifer Ray was named capital projects manager, April Akins was promoted to revenue services manager, Erica Madhere was promoted to budget analyst and Phyllis Dieter was promoted to assistant town clerk. 

1. THE GREENERY NAMES NEW COO

Ken Thomas has been promoted to chief of operations at The Greenery. During his 30-year career, Thomas has owned and operated three landscape companies including Scapes Group in Atlanta. 

1. BERKELEY HALL CLUB NAMES ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER, CFO 

Jeff Dekruif has joined the Berkeley Hall team as assistant general manager and chief financial officer. He brings more than 20 years of experience in the golf resort and country club industries. Most recently, Dekruif served as the CFO and assistant general manager for Blackhawk Country Club in Danville, Calif. 

1. BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF HILTON HEAD NAMES NEW BOARD MEMBERS 

Jan Cooper, Lt. Andres F. Florencio and Carla Seebald are the newest Boys & Girls Club of Hilton Head board members. Cooper has had a successful career with Deloitte Touche in strategy and innovation, operations, and marketing. She has a passion for youth development and has experience with the United Way, Girl Scouts and other organizations. 

1. SECOND HELPINGS NAMES NEW OFFICERS, ADDS NEW BOARD MEMBER 

New officers and a new board member assumed leadership roles for nonprofit Second Helpings. Margaret (Peg) Marty, a retired consumer banking executive who lives on Dataw Island, is board president. The officers for 2021 are Mary Ann Bell, Vice President (Indigo Run); Anthony Berkant, 

1. HODGE JOINS COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF THE LOWCOUNTRY 

Lisa Hodge has joined Community Foundation of the Lowcountry as a program associate. Hodge will support grant and scholarship applicants; serve as liaison to giving circles, nonprofit agencies and scholarship funds; perform general accounting functions and work in various data management platforms. 

STONEWORKS WELCOMES SALES REPRESENTATIVE

Carole May has been hired as an outside sales representative at StoneWorks. May is responsible for developing professional relationships and connecting different industries with the StoneWorks mission. Her professional background includes sales positions in the wholesale and retail industries, including the furniture industry and outside sales for soft goods.

1. HOSPICE CARE OF THE LOWCOUNTRY NAMES DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT

James Dismond has been named director of development at Hospice Care of the Lowcountry. Originally from Tompkinsville, Ky., he attended Berea College and Marshall University. 

HILTON HEAD WOMAN EARNS HUB INTERNATIONAL AWARD

Kristin Hayrinen of Hilton Head was recognized by HUB International as a 2019 SHARP Award winner. Hayrinen is one of six 2019 SHARP recipients from the Carolinas region. Hayrinen has 25 years of experience in the insurance industry. She has been a SHARP recipient for five consecutive years.