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Front Page - Friday, July 2, 2021

Newsmakers: HHM CPAS adds 6 employees

HHM Certified Public Accountants has hired a recruiting director, four staff accountants and an administrative assistant.

As HHM’s recruiting director, Kelley Farrow will identify and then secure experienced talent.

Before joining the firm, Farrow worked in the human resources and recruiting fields, placing professionals in health care, manufacturing, accounting and administrative roles.

Farrow was most recently an executive recruiter at a large CPA firm and the training and development manager for a local government.

Farrow is a graduate of Cleveland State Community College and Western Governor’s University and is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management.

Henley Edge joins HHM’s management advisory services team as a staff accountant. Before joining the firm, Edge worked for NOAH Basketball Analytics as a data analyst.

Edge is a graduate of the University of Alabama in Huntsville, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration.

Alea Greene also joins HHM as a staff accountant. Before her new role, Greene worked in the chief financial officer and grant’s offices at Lee University.

Greene earned a degree in accounting and MBA from Lee University.

HHM added LaToya Jackson to its accounting and assurance department. Before joining HHM, Jackson spent six years at a local CPA firm, where she prepared tax returns and assisted in bookkeeping and payroll.

Jackson graduated from Western Governors University with a Masters of Accountancy.

Catelyn Millaway joins HHM as a staff accountant. She will prepare tax returns and assist with other accounting projects.

Before joining the firm, Millaway obtained a Bachelor of Science in accounting from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Joining the administrative support team is Courtney Stevens, who will primarily manage HHM’s project tracking system.

Picnooga hires collections curator

Lindsay Stuber recently joined Picnooga as curator of collections. Stuber joins the Chattanooga historical society from Rock Hill, South Carolina, where she worked for Historic Rock Hill, a historic preservation nonprofit that owns and operates an 1830s house museum.

 There, Stuber served as program and preservation director. More recently, she oversaw the collection of the Fort Mill History Museum.

She is a graduate of the College of Charleston with a degree in  historic preservation and community planning.