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Publication: CHARLESTON DAILY MAIL
Published: Tuesday, February 03, 2015
Page: 6A
Byline: NOT AVAILABLE

EDUCATION

n Larry Crum has been hired as the new assistant director of alumni relations at the Marshall University Alumni Association.

A Point Pleasant native and 2005 Marshall graduate with a degree in public relations, Crum joins the university after more than six years as the media and public relations manager for the International Hot Rod Association in Norwalk, Ohio, where he oversaw the daily media and PR functions for one of the largest motorsports sanctioning bodies in the United States.

n Deborah Morris has been named vice president of university development for the University of Charleston. She will be responsible for working with key internal and external groups to design, execute and assess fundraising strategies in support of the university's strategic plan and mission.

A native of West Virginia, Morris was most recently senior vice president of development for Junior Achievement of Central Florida.

n Aymen Shatnawi has joined the University of Charleston School of Pharmacy's Department of Pharmaceutical and Administrative Sciences.

Shatnawi earned his PhD from the Medical University of Ohio in biomedical science. Prior to joining the University of Charleston School of Pharmacy, Shatnawi completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Goodman Cancer Center at McGill University in Montreal.

LAW

n Matthew Bowles has been elected as the newest member of Lewis, Glasser, Casey & Rollins PLLC.

Bowles practices primarily in commercial law and transactions, with a special emphasis in health care, business organizations, acquisitions and divestitures, real estate development, technology services and finance. He is a magna cum laude graduate of Bowling Green State University and received his doctorate of jurisprudence, magna cum laude, from the University of Tennessee College of Law. He has been with the firm since 2007.

NONPROFIT

n Rachel Scudiere has been hired as executive director for the Childhood Language Center, a Charleston-based nonprofit that provides free speech and language therapy to children in an eight-county area.

A Morgantown native, Scudiere is a graduate of Brigham Young University and earned a master's degree from King's College London.

In addition to Scudiere, has also added Jim Crawford, Bill Minear, and Jack Rossi to its board of directors.

Compiled by Jared Hunt

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