Chris Sanders, client market advisor for Collins Group Realty, has earned the Pricing Strategy Advisor (PSA) designation from the National Association of Realtors.

The PSA certification is specifically designed to enhance a licensed Realtor’s skills in pricing properties, creating CMAs, working with appraisers, and guiding clients through the anxieties and misperceptions they often have about home values.

Sanders began his real estate career on Hilton Head Island more than 20 years ago as a residential Real Estate Appraiser. For the past seven years, he has been a licensed Real Estate Broker for Collins Group Realty.

For more information, please contact Ashley Lindblad 843-837-6700 or Ashley@CollinsGroupRealty.com

Chris Wells has joined High Tide Restoration and Cleaning as vice president.

Wells has been a Lowcountry resident since 1997 and most recently was director of operations for 12 years at Uniform Work & Sport. Prior to that, he was a high school business teacher for 11 years.

Well also has coached high school baseball on Hilton Head since 1997 and is currently the head baseball coach at Hilton Head Prep. Wells earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of South Carolina and is an avid Gamecocks fan.

High Tide is located at 322 Spanish Wells Road on Hilton Head Island. For more information, call 843-682-2000 or visit hightiderestoration.com.

• Two part-time coordinators have joined the team at Second Helpings, a nonprofit organization that rescues food for soup kitchens and food pantries in Beaufort, Jasper and Hampton counties.

Angela Ziuraitis is the new North of the Broad coordinator for Beaufort and the Sea Islands. Ziuraitis was movement control coordinator with a global services provider following four years in the U.S. Marine Corps.

Her experience includes serving as a supply management specialist and distribution manager. She holds a bachelor’s degree in organizational management and is working on a master’s degree in project management. She can be contacted at beaufortcoord@secondhelpingslc.org.

Paula Fanelly joins Second Helpings as South of the Broad coordinator for Bluffton and Hilton Head Island. Fanelly is an entrepreneur who founded and owned an alternative health care enterprise. She is a long-time volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, past president of Women in Networking, and a volunteer therapist with a women’s shelter.

Fanelly has a bachelor’s degree in technical education, holds a clinical hypnotherapy certification, and is a certified nurse assistant. She can be contacted at blf.hhi.coord@secondhelpingslc.org.

Second Helpings is powered by 350 volunteers who staff the eight refrigerated trucks and distribute 3 million pounds of food a year.

Jennifer Gatlin, RN, BSN, MHA has been hired as the new director of patient care at Volunteers in Medicine Hilton Head Island. Gatlin joins the clinic after many years as a nurse at Hilton Head Regional Healthcare. Most recently she was the facility’s director of acute care services.

Gatlin has a longstanding connection to the clinic. Her mother, Angie Greenfield, was the first clinic director and is a former board member. Gatlin replaces long-time director Julie Copp, who recently retired after 17 years in the position.

Opened in 1993, Volunteers in Medicine Hilton Head provides more than 28,000 patient visits annually with services in 23 medical specialties, including dental and mental healthcare. For more information, visit vimclinic.org.

• SCORE SC Lowcountry and TD Bank will offer a series of online workshops designed to help businesses protect their finances during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The next session will be held at 9 a.m. Aug. 13.

There is no charge for these Zoom virtual workshops; however, they do require advance registration.

The world of business has changed dramatically with the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. As the country and South Carolina reopen, these sessions offer businesses a roadmap to ensure they emerge from the crisis in the best financial position possible.

These workshops are specially tailored to guide small businesses in these confusing and troubled times. They are free and open to the public.

To register, email Ellen Maloney at ellenmaloney@scorevolunteer.org.

For information about the local SCORE office, call 843-785-7107 or visit SCORE SC Lowcountry at sclowcountry.score.org.