Prior to his new role at the SEC, Mr. Marchman was at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) as Executive Vice President and Head of the Market Regulation Department’s Legal Group. Mr. Marchman also served as Chairman of NYSE Diversity Council from its inception in 1999 until his departure from the NYSE. Mr. Marchman’s involvement in civic affairs includes Board membership service on organizations such as Operation HOPE, PFLAG, CEE, University of Pennsylvania Law School and the Community Coalition on Race of South Orange – Maplewood, New Jersey. Mr. Marchman, the first African American Executive Vice President at the NYSE, has been the recipient of several awards for professional accomplishments as well as community and civic service
"I’m obsessed with leveling up the playing field. As the founder of LevelUp Social Marketing, an agency focused on customer-centric marketing, my goal is to elevate small businesses in the digital arena, something that was once out of reach due to cost. Leveraging knowledge from my career as an award winning Director of Sales and Marketing for National hotel brands such as Marriott, Hilton, and IHG makes customer centricity second nature. Every client we represent has seen tremendous growth in revenue and repeat/loyal customers. Being a lover of all things marketing, I’m the consumer who will buy any new product with great packaging. When I’m not building brands and making business owners visions a reality, I’m competing with the person running next to me on the treadmill, reading marketing data, window shopping online (leaving my items in the cart and never checking out), and watching back to back episodes of Law and Order SVU."
Dave Case has taught at Hood River Valley High School in Hood River, Oregon for 27 years. During that time, he's taught everything from Driver Ed to Freshman English and AP U.S. History, while also coaching several sports and advising the school paper and Gender and Sexuality Alliance. His favorite part of teaching is building relationships with students then seeing them grow into happy, contributing members of the community.
Dr. Anita Haugabrook’s journey in medicine began at a young age when she declared to her parents at the age of 7, she wanted to be a doctor. She knew that whenever she went to the doctor, she left feeling better…and she decided, she wanted to do the same for others. Her first desire was to be a Pediatrician because of her positive experience with doctors as a child. With a heart of determination, she pressed forward to pursue and fulfill her dreams. After graduating from Warner Robins High School, she went on to obtain her Bachelors of Science in Biology from Georgia Southern University. From there, she went on to obtain her M.D. degree from Morehouse School of Medicine, 1995. She continued her journey, moving to Memphis TN for her residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics (a double board program). After residency, she returned to practice Primary Care in the West Georgia area. After 8 years of working in Primary Care (including being a managing owner/partner in her practice), Anita shifted her focus to inpatient (Hospitalist Medicine) which remains her focus/area of expertise to date. In 2017, she took a leap of faith and began independent contracting as a Hospitalist. This allowed her to pursue her lifelong desire to do medical mission work. To date, she has provided much needed care in Panama, Haiti, Guatemala, and Guyana South America. In her spare time, Dr. Haugabrook loves to travel the globe, exploring other cultures. She is a workout fanatic, an avid golfer (that’s a work in progress), serving on multiple ministries at her church, and spending quality time with family and dear friends.
Tim has a knack for helping others achieve their goals, especially in the Metro Atlanta residential real estate market. In addition to being an Atlanta REALTORS Association Top Producer, Tim is also a certified Christies International Real Estate Luxury Specialist. Regardless of who his clients are, he provides the same level of luxury service to all. Prior to joining Harry Norman, REALTORS, Tim dedicated more than thirty three years at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Having spent most of his career in leadership roles, Tim developed and mentored many employees and always sought to bring out the best in everyone. His ability to bring together others to achieve success for the American Taxpayers was evidenced in the many accolades he received, including the IRS Commissioner’s Award. Tim keeps in touch with former employees as an unofficial mentor, and he also volunteers his time as a Master Gardener at a nearby park and at the Midtown Assistance Center.