Newsmakers: Latest corporate moves in metro Atlanta

Community & Southern Bank has promoted Debbie Tyson to director of the private banking department.

Aflac has named Teresa White as president, Aflac U.S.

Bernie Donachie has joined the Atlanta office of Protiviti as a managing director in its business performance improvement practice.

Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton has added Gautam Reddy to the firm’s Atlanta office.

DTZ, a global property services firm, has named Chris White as executive vice president and managing director, David Barrueta as vice president, Southeast region brokerage operations, Tara A. Healy as office manager, and Trey P. Dove as an associate.

Scott Foerst recently joined metro-Atlanta based MOSAIC Group [Architects and Remodelers] as a remodeling consultant.

Site Solutions, an Atlanta-based landscape architecture firm, has named Corryn Feeney as entry-level landscape architect.

Zep Inc. has promoted Valerie Barney to vice president and chief legal officer and has also promoted Jill Gilmer to corporate secretary.

The DeKalb County Public Library has named Jill Joplin executive director of the DeKalb Library Foundation.

Dan Upshaw has joined Trillium Springs Counseling Center.

Citizens Commercial Banking has hired two new executives to the healthcare finance team — Ross Eldridge and Tom Case.

Wheeler/Brand, a full-service commercial real estate management company, has hired Suzanne Bunn as senior property manager.

Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton has added Jennifer Lowndes as an associate.

Thompson Technologies, an IT staffing services firm, has appointed Amy Vasquez as its new president and COO.

Atlanta-based OA Development has added Candy Walton as property administrator.

GV Financial Advisors has named Deepa Khatri Lahoti vice president, business development.

BrandBank has added Chris Maddox as senior vice president/community bank executive.

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