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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 12, 2002

Birmingham-Southern names local leaders to Norton Board

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-Twenty-eight corporate, community, and government leaders from the Birmingham area are the newest members of Birmingham-Southern College's Edward Lee Norton Board of Advisors for Management and Professional Education.

Established in 1974 to honor the memory of the late businessman and Birmingham-Southern alumnus, the board provides "a perpetual forum for mixing the academic and theoretical wisdom of the college with the practical advice of the Birmingham business and professional community." Within the Norton Board are advisory committees for accounting, business administration, education, health careers, Hess Center for Leadership and Service, international programs, learning technology, liberal arts, mentoring, Master of Arts in Public and Private Management, pre-engineering, and pre-law.

New BSC Norton Board members are:
William P. Acker III, principal and co-founder, Private Capital Corp.; Dr. Frank E. Adams Sr., director of education and community service, Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame; J. Lester Alexander III, principal and COO, Tait Advisory Services LLC; Robert Brissie, medical examiner, Jefferson County; Kelli J. Busby, audit senior manager, KPMG LLP; Dr. Natalie M. Davis, professor of political science, Birmingham-Southern College; Antionette Smith Epps, COO and administrator, Cooper Green Hospital; Cathy O. Friedman, sales director, City Paper Co.; J. William Hamer Jr., senior vice president and chief human resources officer, Protective Life Corp.; Constance L. Hill, executive director, Birmingham PATH/Bread and Roses; David Hosokawa, former retired CEO and vice chairman, TMP Worldwide; David P. Kassouf, director of Audit Services Group and Financial Services Group, L. Paul Kassouf & Co. PC; Dale Lloyd, general manager of technical services, Alabama Power Co.; Dianne Mooney, vice president/executive director, Southern Living at Home, Southern Progress Corp.; Jack L. Naramore, Birmingham regional president and CEO, Colonial Bank; William M. Owens, partner, Ernst & Young LLP; G. Russell Smith, senior vice president and CFO, Active Services Corp.; Sharon A. Spencer M.D., associate professor, UAB School of Medicine; Yvette Spencer, clinical nurse, HealthSouth Medical Center/health service coordinator, Birmingham-Southern College; Barrie B. Stokes, senior associate counsel, Protective Life Corp.; Judge Sandra H. Storm, presiding circuit judge, Family Court of Jefferson County; William J. Tapscott M.D., Frey, Robinson, & Tapscott PC; Kimberly M. Taylor, disease intervention program supervisor, Alabama Dept. of Public Health; Jack W. Trigg Jr. M.D., retired, Southview Medical Group; Douglas J. Turner, president, Censeo Inc.; Cynthia M. Vice, director of internal audit, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama; Cassandra Winston-Griffin RN/CRNP, UAB; and Timothy W. York, senior manager, Dixon Odom PLLC.

 

 
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