People in Business
Rhodes College has been ranked 15th for producing Peace Corps volunteers among among 250 colleges and universities in the southeast region. Rhodes has 91 alumni who have served in the Peace Corps and has 14 currently overseas.
Smith Seckman Reid, an engineering design and facility consulting firm, was selected as a winner of the People’s Choice Award at the 2nd Annual Engineering Art Show, presented by the Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers.
Kimberly Medlock, founder of Productive Matters business, author and coach, recently received the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches’ designation as Registered Corporate Coach through a 6-month program through Impact Business Coaches.
Joe Davidson has joined Habitat for Humanity ReStore as a manager. Previously he was the ReStore manager at Habitat for Humanity in Clarksville, Tenn.