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University and was recognized
by Phi Kappa Phi for her
academic excellence. Shortly
thereafter, she became adjunct
faculty at Troy University
Montgomery and Auburn
• Britton Bonner (1996)
has been named to the
Board of Directors of the
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that are occurring between
people during conflict
Jim Hattaway (1988)
insurance examinations
supervisor for the Alabama
Department of Insurance,
was recognized during the
fall meeting of the National
Association of Insurance
Commissioners (NAIC) for
achieving the organization’s
top education designation,
the Senior Professional in
Insurance Regulation. The
designation is awarded
to regulators who have
completed experiential
activities and coursework
in the area of regulatory
leadership. Only four
regulators in the United States
have earned this designation.
Hattaway represents the State
of Alabama as a member of
various working groups and
task forces with the NAIC
and serves a chairman of the
Risk Focused Surveillance
Working Group and the Anti-
Money Laundering Subgroup.
Col. Samuel C. Mahaney
recently took
command of the 458th Air
Refueling Wing, Joint Base
Andrews, Md. He is leaving
the Westover Air Reserve
Base, Mass. and his position as
the 439th Operations Group
Elijah Rollins I I I (1989)
was recently named vice
president of West Alabama
Bank and Trust and city
president of the Marion
Office of West Alabama
Kevin Killingsworth (1991)
is the new principal at New
Brockton High School.
Todd Reynolds (1994)
is now the head coach for
the girls’ basketball team at
Alumna among those selected as Chancellor’s Fellows
Alumna Dr. Jan Oliver, associate professor and chair of the Department of Education on the Troy
Campus, was among five TROY faculty and staff members selected to participate in the 2012
Chancellor’s Fellows Program. Dr. Oliver, who joined the TROY faculty in 1999, holds bachelor’s and
master’s degrees in elementary education, as well as an education specialist degree from TROY.
From left to right are: Dr. John Kline, director of the University’s Institute for Leadership Develop-
ment and director of the program; fellow Olga Casey, technical services librarian on the Dothan
Campus; fellow Dr. Elizabeth Blum, associate professor of history on the Troy Campus; Dr. Jack
Hawkins Jr., Chancellor; Dr. Oliver; fellow Dr. Trellis Riley, assistant professor and interim chair of
Education Leadership and Administration on the Phenix City Campus; and fellow James Smith,
associate dean of student services on the Montgomery Campus.
Stanhope Elmore High School
in Millbrook.
Daphne Beagles (1995)
now directing and supervising
the home health division of
the Geneva County Health
Department. Beagles has
assisted in providing direct
patient care and serving the
residents of Geneva County
for more than 15 years.
Donna Addkison (1996)
was recently named president
and chief executive officer
of Wider Opportunities for
Women, a national, non-profit
agency that seeks to improve
economic security for women
through job training and
career literacy programs.
Maranda Henderson Brown
(1996, 1999)
graduated with a Doctorate
of Philosophy in Counselor
Education from Auburn
Baldwin County Economic
Development Alliance.
Bonner, who is the partner in
charge at Adams and Reese
law firm’s Mobile Office,
began his term in January.
Carl Cole (1997)
, a partner
with the EysterKey law firm
in Decatur, was recently
selected for inclusion in
SuperLawyers Magazine. For
the second year in a row Cole
was selected as a “Rising Star”
for lawyers under 40. Cole
also received an “AV” rating
from Martindale-Hubbell, the
highest rating available from
the leading peer review rating
system for lawyers. According
to Martindale, an “AV” rating
denotes “preeminence, that a
lawyer has reached the height
of professional excellence, has
usually practiced law for many
years, and is recognized for