Business management firm FBMM (Flood, Bumstead, McCready & McCarthy, Inc.) has promoted Shelley Grayson and Sarah Marshall to account manager, Ariel Ham and Ben Huddleston to account executive, and Lindsay Coffey and Stewart Doka to senior account assistant.
“These team members are invaluable not only to our clients, but to the FBMM family as a whole,” said Jamie Cheek, president of FBMM. “We look forward to watching them grow in their careers and continue providing clients with exemplary service. Their commitment to guiding clients to reach and surpass their financial goals is admirable, and we are excited to give each of them new responsibilities on our team.”
Grayson has been with FBMM since 2011 and is now an account manager. Her previous work experience includes interning at Red Light Management and working at Fridrich, Pinson & Associates. She also served as a special events intern at the Jackson Hole Wine Auction. She received her bachelor’s degree in managerial finance and investments from the University of Mississippi.
Marshall came to FBMM in 2013 and is now an account manager. Before her time at FBMM, she interned at Michael Smith & Associates, Vector Management, Capitol Records Nashville, and Word Entertainment. She graduated from Belmont University with a degree in music business. While at Belmont, Marshall volunteered with the Belmont Service Corps and worked events for ACM, CMA, CMT and the Grammys.
Ham began working at FBMM in 2014 and is now an account executive. Before working for FBMM, she served as an intern for Trey Turner & Associates. Ham graduated from Middle Tennessee State University in 2014 with a degree in mass communications.
Huddleston joined the FBMM team in 2016 and has been promoted to account executive. His previous work experience includes serving as an intern at the Georgia Theatre and Farris, Self, & Moore, LLC. Huddleston graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in finance from The University of Georgia.
Coffey has been with FBMM since 2015 and is now a senior account assistant. Her previous work experience includes interning at Washington Street Publishing, Artist Growth, Writer’s Den and Oglesby Writers Management. She received her bachelor’s degree in music business from Belmont University.
Doka joined FBMM in 2016 and has been promoted to senior account assistant. Before working at FBMM, he served as an intern for Vector Artist Management and EMI Christian Music Group. He also toured the country as a bass player. He graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a degree in music business and audio production.
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