Dr. Amelia Bostwick

Dr. Kristen Snipes

• Two physicians have joined Memorial Health University Physicians (MHUP), a network of primary and specialty care practices. Dr. Amelia Bostwick and Dr. Kristen Snipes, both OB-GYNs, will bring their experience to MHUP’s Women’s Care practices serving Savannah, Pooler and Bluffton.

Dr. Bostwick will provide safe, high-quality obstetrics and gynecology care for women in the Savannah area. She will practice at the MHUP Women’s Care locations in Pooler and on Lexington Avenue in Savannah.

Dr. Bostwick is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. She completed medical school at Mercer University School of Medicine – Savannah Campus and the OB-GYN residency program at Memorial Health. Prior to joining MHUP, Dr. Bostwick practiced at the Women’s Health Center at Wayne Memorial Hospital in Jesup. She also served as the Chief of Staff for Wayne Memorial Hospital in 2017.

Dr. Snipes will bring the same high-level of personalized care for women of all ages in the Bluffton area. She comes to her new post with a background focus in determining pregnancy risks through noninvasive prenatal testing. Her practice will be located at the MHUP Women’s Care Bluffton location in Okatie.

Snipes earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Wofford College and her medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina in 2016. She completed her OB-GYN residency and served as Chief Resident at Memorial Health.

To make an appointment with either Dr. Bostwick or Dr. Snipes, patients may call 912-350-5937 or schedule an appointment online at MemorialHealthDoctors.com.

Carole May

Carole May has joined StoneWorks Inc. as an outside sales representative. In her new role, May will be responsible for developing professional relationships and connecting different industries with the StoneWorks mission.

Born in Philadelphia, May moved to the area after spending the past 25 years in Charlotte. Her professional background includes sales positions in the wholesale and retail industries, including the furniture industry, and outside sales for soft goods. May also successfully owned and managed a lifestyle boutique for 15 years.

May and her husband Jeff moved to Beaufort in March.

For more information, contact StoneWorks at 843-689-6980 or online at hiltonheadstone.com.

• Partners Minto Communities USA, Margaritaville Holdings and The St. Joe Company have announced that construction has started on 13 model homes at Latitude Margaritaville Watersound, the companies’ planned 55-and-better community in northwest Florida. Models are projected to open in April 2021.

Model homes have been designed to capture the “no worries” tropical vibe that is a part of life at Latitude Margaritaville.

Latitude Margaritaville Watersound is located on Northwest Florida’s Emerald Coast between Pensacola and Panama City, near Panama City Beach, and just a short drive from the famed Scenic Highway 30-A corridor. The area is the embodiment of the relaxed, beachy vibe that is at the heart of the Latitude Margaritaville lifestyle.

Latitude Margaritaville Watersound is the third Latitude Margaritaville community to be developed by Minto and Margaritaville, and the first to be developed in partnership with St. Joe. The first two Latitude Margaritaville communities have opened in Daytona Beach, Florida and near Hilton Head, South Carolina.

Kaziah Howard

Kaziah S. Howard of Columbia has joined SmartMarketing Communications (SMC)  as creative director.

Howard previously served as the director of marketing and brand strategy for the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce. While at the Chamber, she was responsible for planning, developing and executing all marketing activities for the organization and rebuilding the Chamber’s image and character to investors, prospective investors, policymakers, and the public.

Howard brings more than a decade of experience in creating award-winning projects, campaigns and materials, spanning from nonprofits to corporations, and across industries. Most recently, this was reflected via an award-winning national commercial campaign. As creative director, Howard will serve as project manager on all marketing, design, advertising and branding projects for clients.

A graduate of UNC Wilmington, Howard stays active in many professional and philanthropic organizations, including serving on the editorial committee of Strategies Magazine, the board of Killingsworth Home, as a program instructor for Junior Achievement’s “Be Entrepreneurial” Program, and on the marketing and communications committee for United Way Women in Philanthropy.