Fifth Third Bank announces personnel moves
Fifth Third Bank has announced the following personnel moves:
Eric Soloway has been promoted to financial center manager for the Cool Springs banking center.
Clay Evans has been promoted to financial center manager for the Fairview Banking Center.
Todd Rutland has been promoted to financial center manager for the Mill Creek Banking Center in South Nashville.
Shay Martin  joins Fifth Third as assistant vice president and financial center manager for the Madison banking center. Martin was previously employed at Regions Bank as a branch manager. She is a graduate of Georgia Southern University with a BBA in marketing.
Mark McClure  joins as assistant vice president and financial center manager for the Bell Road banking center. He was previously employed at U.S. Bank as a branch manager. McClure is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University with a degree in marketing.
CMT adds Wyatt as VP of consumer insights
CMT has brought on board a veteran media researcher to help guide its show development and programming initiatives.
Justin Wyatt joins Nashville-based CMT as vice president of consumer insights and research, a new post at the television network. He was most recently at NBCUniversal, where he was VP of primary research and helped lead research projects for the E!, Style, G4 and FEARnet networks as well as some digital properties.
“We talked to many of the brightest minds in Research about this position,” said CMT President Brian Philips. “The sheer range and depth of Justin’s knowledge and experience in television research is stunning. He’ll provide essential guidance for the network as we continue to grow.”
Wyatt, who recently moved to Nashville from Los Angeles, is based out of CMT’s headquarters downtown and will work with Viacom Media Network’s New York-based research team. Before his time at NBCUniversal, Wyatt was a senior research consultant for the Hypothesis Group. He also spent four years at the ABC Television Network, where he was VP of research, and worked in Frank N. Magid Associates’ Entertainment Division.
Applied Health Analytics adds West as VP of communications
Nashville-based population-health management consultant and developer Applied Health Analytics, LLC, has hired communications veteran Holley West  as vice president of corporate communications.
West, who will be responsible for communications and public relations, has more than 14 years of experience, previously working for KVBPR and Borders Group, Inc.
West earned a bachelor’s degree in English and English literature from Washington University in St. Louis and is accredited in public relations (APR). She is a member of Leadership Health Care, the Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development and serves as Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) chairperson for the Public Relations Society of America – Nashville Chapter.
"Applied Health Analytics' software platform offers a comprehensive suite of application that supports health system interest in the execution of a commercial-market strategy,” Robert Chamberlain, co-founder, chairman and CEO at Applied Health Analytics, said in a release. “The complexity associated with this strategy and its execution required us to seek the guidance of a true communications professional. We are thrilled with Holley's decision to join our team. With Holley and the skills and experience she brings, we will better focus our messaging to support our continued acquisition of new business and 100-percent rate of contract renewal."
The Collins Law Firm opens
Grover Christopher Collins has announced the opening of The Collins Law Firm, PLLC, at which he will serve as owner and attorney.
The Collins Law firm is located at 222 Second Ave. N. Suite 360M, at Washington Square, in downtown Nashville.
Collins formerly served as assistant district attorney with the Davidson County District Attorney’s Office.