Virginia Maggiore has been named principal of RDC of Long Beach, California, an architecture firm with an office in Rogers.
Tonya DiRenzo has joined engineering consulting group Gentry Professional Services of Little Rock as its facility security officer. DiRenzo previously worked as a facility security officer at Mac3 Defense of Huntsville, Alabama.
HoganTaylor LLP of Tulsa, a business advisory and public accounting firm with offices in Arkansas and Oklahoma, has announced seven promotions: Jessica Elliott of Fayetteville and Catherine Kennedy and Evan McKinnon of Little Rock have been named managers of assurance. Hannah Peeples of Fayetteville and Blake Hood and Carson Smith of Little Rock have been named seniors of assurance. And Julie Reed of Little Rock has been named senior accountant in integrated services.
Stephen Pepper has joined CTEH LLC of North Little Rock as a senior consultant, charged with developing and implementing a per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) transition program for clients who work with PFAS-containing firefighting chemicals. Pepper spent the last decade as the director of corporate crisis management at Phillips 66.
Shannon Newton, president of the Arkansas Trucking Association in Little Rock, has been named to the Transportation Industry Council of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. The industry councils are designed to provide the Fed with important feedback about economic conditions in key 8th District industry sectors.
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