Bragbook for Nov. 11

Lisa A. Watson of Marietta was named the assistant director of Communications for the Cobb County School District.

Cassie S. Mitchell of Atlanta participated in the 2016 USA Paralympic Track & Field Team. During the 2016 Paralympic trials, Mitchell set two new world records in the T51 women's 100-meter and 400-meter track events.

Georgia tight end Jeb Blazevich, Georgia State tight end Keith Rucker, Georgia Tech defensive end KeShun Freeman were nominated for the 25th anniversary Allstate AFCA Good Works Team for their commitment to service and enriching the lives of others.

Kevin Higginbotham, Debbie Howard, Jeff Neumeyer and James Wallace of Atlanta were named to WealthManagement magazine's list of "Top 100 Wirehouse Advisors in 2016." Wallace took the No. 1 spot.

Linnea Ryshke of Mableton, Isidora Nova of Roswell, Annabelle Cook of Suwanee and Miranda Dahl of Watkinsville were named to Pratt Institute's president's list.

Victoria Crawley, Sarah Fender, Cydney Gardner, Keandria Hayes, Taylor Kyle, Alexander Lipscomb, Devin Ruiz, Mallory Tafoya and Cassie Warthen of Georgia Southern University won the Grand Prix and the open category in pop music at the "Laurea Mundi Budapest" Festival of Choral Music held in Hungary.

Allen Hyun-woo Kim of Avondale Estates graduated from Illinois Central College.

Jacob Matthew Vachal of Dacula graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Brittney McCord of Adairsville, Matt Siniard of Cartersville, Charles Lundsberg of Dallas, Liz Pereira of Snellville and Aly Schortinghouse of Williamson graduated from Berry College.

Jessica Elizabeth Bornstein of Atlanta and Acheampong Bempong-Boateng of Lawrenceville graduated from the University of Rhode Island.