MARIETTA — Dr. Stuart Tasman of Marietta was recently selected by his peers to serve as president of the Georgia Optometric Association. Founded in 1904, the GOA is a statewide professional organization with 750 members throughout the state.
Dr. Tasman received his optometric degree from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis and his undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.
He is a founding partner of Tasman Eye Consultants in Kennesaw. He and his wife, Mary, live in Marietta and have two grown children.
Energy consultants win award
KENNESAW — Windward Consulting Group, LLC, received the 2012 “Project of the Year” award from the Project Management Institutes’ Atlanta Chapter at the organization’s annual awards banquet June 11. The award recognizes leadership excellence for Windward’s role in planning a $150 million, 41.5-megawatt biomass electrical generation plant in La Crete, Alberta, Canada.
Windward founder and CEO David Tennant accepted the award in the category of manufacturing, engineering and construction. The award also recognized Cobb County engineering firm International Applied Engineering, which produced the technical design for the plant and the client, Mustus Energy, headquartered in Calgary.
* WellStar Health System has promoted Michelle M. Robinson to vice president, marketing, PR & internal communications. She was previously assistant vice president in the division of public and government affairs. Robinson, of Acworth, joined WellStar in 1989 as director of marketing and public relations at Paulding Hospital.
* Marietta-based accounting firm Moore Colson has hired Kenneth Griffin as senior associate in the lender services practice. He will perform collateral reviews for the firm. Moore Colson, founded in 1981, is a full-service accounting and consulting firm providing tax, assurance, management consulting, estate and financial planning, lender advisory services, IT audit consulting, and corporate accounting services.
* Acworth direct mailer Mudlick Mail has appointed Lynch Allison to the new position of creative director. He will manage the company’s art department and oversee the design process between the sales staff and design team.