Rogers joins Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain
Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain has added Kelsey Rogers  as a human resources representative in the Share Services/Human Resources Department.
Rogers will focus on assisting with Continuing Professional Education training, college recruitment and various employee development tasks for the department.
Rogers, who previously worked for Cowan Benefit Services as an employee benefit clerk, is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with a human resources management degree.
McNeely Pigott & Fox adds staff associate
McNeely Pigott & Fox Public Relations has hired Sarah Shea  as a staff associate.
Before joining MP&F, Shea completed several internships, including at international firms Weber Shandwick and Finn Partners in Chicago, where she coordinated blogger campaigns and tracked traditional and social media efforts.
Shea graduated from the University of Alabama with a bachelor’s degree in communications, majoring in public relations with minors in English and Spanish.
Habitat for Humanity announce new hires
Joshua Smith joins Habitat as construction manager. He has prior experience in residential construction.
Marty Smith is a ReStore sales associate and donation pickup driver. He provides customer service at Nashville’s two Habitat ReStores.
Flow was hired as development associate.
She works with Habitat’s development department, building relationships with Habitat’s donors, organizing special events and working with volunteers and partner families.
Flow is a recent graduate of the University of Virginia and formerly served as an intern for First Lady Crissy Haslam.
MTR Family Law adds associate
April Watkins  has joined MTR Family Law firm (formerly Moses Townsend & Russ PLLC) as an associate.
In a release, MTR Manager and Founding Partner Marlene Eskind Moses said Watkins will represent clients with a range of family law services including counseling, negotiation, mediation and litigation.
“April brings a high level of professionalism to MTR Family Law,” Moses said. “She has a diverse legal background and a number of community interests that mirror our commitment to serving the Nashville community with both our time and legal services.”
Watkins earned her juris doctorate at the New England School of Law in Boston. She completed her undergraduate work at Belmont University, from which she graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree.
A trained Rule 31 mediator and a collaborative divorce law practitioner, Watkins is a member of the Harry Phillips American Inn of Court, the Nashville Bar Association, the Tennessee Lawyer’s Association for Women and the Tennessee Association for Justice. She is also active in both the Nashville Junior Chamber and the Junior League of Nashville.
Centerstone names board directors
Centerstone, a not-for-profit provider of community-based mental health and addiction services, has announced its board of directors for the Centerstone Foundation, the organization’s fundraising arm.
They are as follows:
Chair: Jack Wallace, senior vice president, Willis of Tennessee (Nashville)
Secretary: Garry Kleer, First Bank Richmond (Richmond, Ind.)
Immediate Past Chair: Lisa Campbell, community leader (Nashville)
* Linda Brooks, community leader (Atlanta)
* Richard Fitzgerald, retired, SunTrust Bank (Nashville)
* David Guth, CEO, Centerstone of America (Nashville)
* Philippa Guthrie, vice president and general counsel, Indiana University Foundation – (Bloomington, Ind.)
* Lee Ann Ingram, community volunteer and philanthropist (Franklin, Tenn.)
* Phil Krebs, senior managing partner, Avondale Partners (Nashville)
* George Stadler, founding partner, HMS Capital Management (Nashville
* Dr. Kay Whittington, retired CEO of Dunn Mental Health Center (Bloomington, Ind.)