Chuck Couch has been promoted to the position of Corporate Vice President of Sales for Mizuno USA. Starting out in customer support, Couch has worked in various departments at Mizuno, including sales, marketing and product development. Couch will transition from his current role as Golf Division Vice President of Product Management onto the Mizuno USA leadership team, using his over 20 years of experience and inspirational leadership style to guide Mizuno forward.
The Georgia School of Orthodontics will feature a new three-year residency program to extend educational opportunity to dental students seeking to become orthodontists. The program will operate out of a state-of-the-art location in Sandy Springs and will be open to dentists across the nation. The school is set to begin serving patients in April of this year for approximately half the cost of private practice orthodontic care.
WellStar Health System makes it easy for patients to have a clear record of their doctor visits. Their new electronic medical record patient portal, WellStar MyChart, allows patients to access their providers’ notes, instructions and next steps, medication lists and test results whenever they want. WellStar is the first Georgia-based health system to offer this service to patients.
Kate Atwood, Vice President of Marketing at Metro Atlanta Chamber, and winner Austin Mueller.
Austin Mueller took home the title of ChooseATL’s Ultimate Job Interview Contest winner, along with a cash prize of $10,000. Competing for a dream job interview with some of Atlanta’s biggest companies, the three finalists presented themselves before a live audience and a panel of five judges, including representatives from The Home Depot, PGI, Cardlytics, General Assembly and SPANX®. As part of his winner’s experience, Mueller secured a meeting with Dragon Army’s CEO, Jeff Hilimire, and a helicopter ride over the city.