Here’s a look at promotions, hirings, movers and newsmakers in the Memphis area business scene:
TD Capital Wealth Management recently announced Lee Lacy, John R. Harrell and Peggy Campbell were admitted as Equity Members of the firm. Lacy joined TD Capital in 2008 as a portfolio analyst and in 2016 was named Director of Operations. In 2018, he added the responsibilities of Chief Compliance Officer. Harrell began his financial services career in 2004 as a portfolio analyst and now is Director of Portfolio Strategies and Wealth Advisor. Campbell joined TD Capital in 2008, and since 2016, she has led the Client Services Group as the primary liaison with the client’s custodian and is a member of the Compliance Committee.
Udaykamal Barad has joined MidSouth Imaging in the practice of diagnostic radiology at Baptist Memorial Hospitals — Memphis, Collierville, DeSoto, Tipton, Women’s, Huntingdon and NEA. He is a graduate of B. J. Medical College and completed Diagnostic Radiology Residency training at Civil Hospital, B. J. Medical College, Ahmedabad, India. Barad completed Fellowships in Diagnostic and Pediatric Neuroradiology, Head and Neck Imaging, and Abdominal Radiology, at Indiana University as well as an Interventional Radiology Fellowship at Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology at Washington University in St. Louis. Additionally, Ashok Jayashankar has joined MidSouth Imaging in the practice of Body Imaging at the Baptist Memorial Hospitals – Memphis, Collierville, DeSoto, Tipton, Women’s, Huntingdon and NEA. He completed a Body Imaging Fellowship at Stanford University Medical Center. Jacqueline A. Majors has joined MidSouth Imaging in the practice of Vascular Surgery at Baptist Memorial Hospitals – Memphis, Collierville and DeSoto. She is a graduate of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, and completed her Residency in General Surgery and her Vascular Surgery Fellowship at UTHSC. Majors has special interests in aortic aneurysm, carotid stenosis, varicose veins and peripheral artery disease.
Rebecca Finlayson and Zachary Casey were presented Rhodes College’s highest faculty honors for teaching and research at the college’s annual awards convocation on April 29. Finlayson, associate professor of English, received the Clarence Day Award for Outstanding Teaching. Casey, associate professor and chair of educational studies, received the Clarence Day Award for Outstanding Research and/or Creative Activity. The awards, first given in 1981, were established by businessman and Rhodes alumnus Clarence Day and are provided by the Day Foundation. Finlayson joined the Rhodes faculty in 1998 after completing a Ph.D. at Emory University. She teaches the First-Year Writing Seminar using The New Yorker as her text and courses on Shakespeare and general literature. She has been director of the Rhodes College Writing Program since 2001. Casey joined the Rhodes faculty in 2014 and has helped to build the Educational Studies Program. He also serves as the executive editor for the Journal of Pedagogy and on the editorial board for the Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy. He has authored dozens of journal articles, book chapters, reviews, and encyclopedia entries, several of which have been co-authored with his students. In addition, Casey is the principal investigator of a project to support undergraduates interested in becoming K-12 mathematics and science teachers in high-needs school districts and to participate in research opportunities throughout their degree program to expand their skill set as educators.
Boyle Insurance Agency hired Ashley Jamieson as an account executive focusing on selling and servicing personal and commercial accounts. Jamieson began her career in nonprofit work and, after five years at Youth Villages, extended her experience into the sales and marketing industry. She serves on the board of Company d, a nationally recognized dance company of young adults with Down syndrome. Her professional affiliations include the Memphis Restaurant Association, Big I and Insurors of Tennessee.
Rhodes College is one of the nation’s “Best Value Colleges” for 2022, according to The Princeton Review. The education services company chose 209 schools from the more than 650 institutions it surveyed last academic year after analyzing data that included academic rigor, cost/financial aid, career services, student debt, graduation rate, and career outcomes for alumni. Although the list of the 209 Best Value Colleges is not ranked hierarchically, The Princeton Review did rank the public and private schools in various categories. Among private schools, Rhodes made the Top 50 Best Value Colleges and Top 20 Best Schools for Internships. 
— Compiled by Daniel Ginsburg
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