Crosslin & Associates
Crosslin & Associates has added Darryl MacQuarrie as a senior manager in its forensics and valuation services department.
MacQuarrie most recently worked as a financial services consultant to various Fortune 100, Fortune 500, and other privately-owned companies at DRM Financial Services. He also has served as a manager and financial analyst at regional and national public accounting firms.
He received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Texas Christian University. MacQuarrie is a member of the national Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute, the CFA Society of Nashville, and the William- son County Chamber of Commerce.
Nashville-based public relations and government affairs firm Hall Strategies has announced the addition of Logan Moore as public relations coordinator. Moore recently served as an intern with the firm over the summer.
Moore is a spring 2016 graduate of Auburn University, where she majored in public relations with an emphasis in nonprofit and philanthropy studies. During her time at Auburn, she served as the university’s chapter president of the Public Relations Student Society of America and interned with Auburn University’s Office of Com- munications and Marketing.
Moore previously worked at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center as a public affairs intern. In 2013, she interned with Lighthouse Family Retreat, a nonprofit organization that serves families living through childhood cancer.
Moore’s hiring marks the company’s increasing focus on offering a full range of strategic public relations and marketing services to clients.
Neal & Harwell, PLC
Erik C. Lybeck has joined Neal & Harwell, PLC, as an associate. Lybeck will focus on complex litigation.
Lybeck earned his J.D. at Vanderbilt University Law School where he was managing editor of the Vanderbilt Law Review. He received the Light-foot, Franklin & Wright Best Brief Award and was involved in numerous campus activities. He graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in English from the University of South Carolina Honors College.
Originally from Avon, Con- necticut, Lybeck and his family live in the Belmont/ Hillsboro area and attend St. John Chrysostom Greek Orthodox Church.
Polsinelli Law Firm
One year after Polsinelli, an Am Law 100 firm, moved into its downtown Nashville office, it has announced the addition of shareholder Brian Bewley.
Bewley comes to Nashville with more than a decade of experience handling health care regulatory compliance and civil fraud cases for the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General and the Department of Justice.
Bewley, who joined Polsinelli in January 2014 in the firm’s Kansas City office, serves as co-chair of two of Polsinelli’s health care practice areas, compliance (fraud and abuse), and government audits and investigations. Bewley frequently presents nationally on various health care regulatory fraud and abuse issues, and acts as lead counsel for several for-profit and non-profit health care companies dealing with complex compliance issues resulting from day-to-day operational challenges and in structuring various joint ventures and related transactions. Bewley is also primary outside legal counsel for several companies defending against civil false claims act investigations frequently brought by whistleblowers.
RubinBrown announces that Bryan Hinton, CPA, has joined the firm as a partner in its Nashville office. The announcement was made by RubinBrown Chairman, John F. Herber, Jr., CPA, CGMA.
Hinton has spent more than 30 years working with the construction industry. He has audited and consulted with general contractors, heavy highway and road builders, and specialty subcontractors. He also has extensive experience working with sureties and banks. Hinton spent six years with an international construction company and possesses 25 years of experience in public accounting.
In addition to his audit and consulting work, Hinton has been involved with more than 300 merger and acquisition engagements since 1996. Hinton has performed numerous internal audit and acquisition integration engagements and has extensive experience with ac- quisition tax strategies.
Hinton has been published in The Journal of Construction Accounting & Taxation in 1999 and 2002, as well as CFMA’s Building Profits in 2002. He has also served as a speaker at the AICPA National Construction Industry Conference and the ASA/CFMA Construction Con- ference.
Hinton graduated from David Lipscomb University in 1984, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting.
Talia Koronkiewicz has been named the assistant vice president for Student Services at Volunteer State Community College. In her new role she will manage the student conduct and discipline process, as well as supervise the offices of Student Life and Diversity, TRIO, and Disability Services. She comes most recently from McHenry County College in Illinois where she was manager of Student Conduct and Campus Life. She also served as the student conduct officer and coordinator of Student Life and Campus Activities at McHenry.
Koronkiewicz holds a Doctor of Education degree in Community College Leader-ship from Ferris State Univer-sity in Michigan. She has a master of arts from Ball State University in Indiana and a bachelor of science degree from Carroll College in Wisconsin.