Charleston-area lawyers Joshua I. Barrett, Heather Heiskell Jones, J. Thomas Lane, John R. Lukens, Judge Stephanie D. Thacker and Steven F. White have been selected as West Virginia Bar Foundation Fellows. More>>
Three Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough partners in West Virginia, Marc E. Williams, Robert L. Massie and Randall L. Saunders, have been selected for inclusion in the 2014 West Virginia Super Lawyers and Rising Stars publication. More>>
Martin & Seibert, a law firm founded 106 years ago, has new leadership. More>>
Boyd L. Warner and Brandy D. Bell have joined the Kay Casto & Chaney law office in Morgantown. More>>
West Virginia University Eastern Division recently recognized the outstanding contributions of Health Sciences Technology Academy retiring employee, Don Coghlan. More>>
David M. Fryson has been elevated to vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion at West Virginia University. Since 2012, his title has been chief diversity officer; previously he served as the university’s deputy general counsel for 2 1/2 years. More>>
The Mountwest Foundation recently elected two new members to its board of directors. More>>
Dr. R. Mark Hatfield, a Charleston-based retina specialist, has been appointed administrative chairman of Marshall University’s department of ophthalmology. More>>
Two professors have been granted tenure at West Virginia Wesleyan College, while another has won a promotion. More>>
West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection Cabinet Secretary Randy Huffman has appointed W. “Fred” Durham as director of the Division of Air Quality. More>>
Cabell Huntington Hospital has named Joy Pelfrey as vice president of nursing services and chief nursing officer. More>>
Kimberly K. Mauer, chairwoman of the Women’s Initiative at Frost Brown Todd, is celebrating after the Women in Law Empowerment Forum placed the firm on its annual Gold Standard.
Vaughn L. Kiger has recently been appointed a trustee of the Loyalty Permanent Endowment Fund of the West Virginia University Alumni Association, replacing the late James H. “Buck” Harless.
Gibbons & Kawash Certified Public Accountants have added three new employees: Jamie Williams, Shannon Carpenter and Alisha Goff. More>>
Eleven lawyers from Kay Casto & Chaney have been added to the 2014 West Virginia Super Lawyers.
Eleven lawyers from Kay Casto & Chaney have been added to the 2014 West Virginia Super Lawyers.More>>
Leslie Gray Baker, director of operations at the Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine and Youth Museum, is celebrating after the facility won a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award. More>>
Jeanne Widener of the Marshall University College of Health Professions recently received national recognition for reaching a significant milestone in the nursing profession. Since 1979, she has maintained the CCRN certification offered through the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Certification Corp. More>>
Matt Jenkins and Beth Gardner have been promoted by Valley College to new positions of vice president. More>>
Davis Health System CEO Mark Doak is the 2014 recipient of the Center for Rural Health Development Inc.’s West Virginia Rural Health Leadership Award. More>>
Bowles Rice attorney Shantel Boone Walker has been named to Lawyers of Color Inc.’s Hot List 2014, which recognizes achievements by early- to mid-career minority attorneys working as in-house counsel, government attorneys and law firm associates and partners.
Attorney Christopher Nahley has joined the Bowles Rice law firm’s energy and real estate development team in Parkersburg. More>>
Twenty-one attorneys from Dinsmore & Shohl have been added to the West Virginia Super Lawyers list — a process that includes independent research and peer evaluations — and to the 2014 Rising Stars list. More>>
Fourteen lawyers from Huddleston Bolen won recognition in the 2014 edition of West Virginia Super Lawyers. Approximately one-third of the firm’s West Virginia lawyers were named either West Virginia Super Lawyers or West Virginia Rising Stars this year. More>>