• Mary Katsikas recently was promoted to regional clinical vice president at The McNabb Center. She will oversee nearly half of the center’s clinical services, including the children and youth continuum in Knox County, co-occurring family treatment services and all services in Blount, Cocke, Hamblen and Sevier counties.
Katsikas has been with the McNabb Center for 20 years, and in that time she has created, developed and implemented new programming through new funding avenues. In addition, she has overseen the expansion of programming dedicated to families, children and young adults.
• Pellissippi State Community College Media Technologies majors, Tom Sidorski and Josh Wilson, recently won the bronze medal for Television (Video) Production at SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference this summer. Despite this being the first year Pellissippi State has participated in SkillsUSA, Sidorski and Wilson also won gold at the state competition in March.
• Jennifer Enderson, president of Emory Valley Center, recently was selected by Vistage Worldwide Inc. to be a member of a chief executive peer advisory board in Knoxville. She joins more than 300 senior executives, business owners and CEOs across Tennessee who are Vistage members. A Memphis native, Jennifer earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology from the University of Tennessee and has been employed with Emory Valley Center since 2001.
• The Christman Company, with a regional office in Knoxville, was ranked No. 92 on Engineering News-Record’s 2021 “ENR 400” ranking of the top 400 contractors nationally based on 2002 construction revenue.
• More than 51,000 alumni and friends of University of Tennessee, Knoxville, invested in students, committing to more than $202 million to UT. This meant more than 7,400 students were awarded more than 9,500 privately funded scholarships for a disbursed total of more than $21 million.