Business people, Dec. 6
- Millie Marshall has been promoted to president of Toyota Motor Manufacturing West Virginia, Inc., the fifth person to serve as president of the Buffalo plant since its groundbreaking in 1996.
Marshall, who replaces Yoji Suzuki, will begin serving as a corporate adviser at the Buffalo plant in January. Marshall had been serving as senior vice president at the West Virginia power plant. She began her career with Toyota at the company's Kentucky vehicle and engine assembly plant in 1991.
- Bruce Martin has been elected chairman of the West Virginia Board of Risk and Insurance Management's board of directors.
Martin is the president and CEO of WesBanco Insurance Services Inc., and president of the Independent Insurance Agents of West Virginia. He has served on the BRIM board since 2001.
- Kendra Huff and Kelly Calder Mowen have joined Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP as associates in the firm's West Virginia office.
Huff practices in the areas of commercial litigation, consumer financial services, insurance coverage and bad faith and employment litigation. She previously worked as an attorney at a Michigan law firm handling state and federal employment cases and general commercial litigation
Mowen focuses her practice on appeals, civil litigation, product liability and class action and mass torts. She previously worked as a legal intern to a public law firm in West Virginia aiding indigent and other vulnerable individuals with primarily landlord-tenant and family law matters.
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